6.5 The God that Rules
6.30 Roman Interior Decoration
6.55 Modelling by Maths: Sundials
7.20 Argument on Television: 2
7.45 Industrial Relations
Continuing the coverage of the first day of the April meeting.
4.20 The Holman Cup Handicap Steeplechase (2m)
Introduced by JULIAN WILSON Commentators
PETER O'SULLEVAN , RICHARD PITMAN
Producer RICHARD TILUNG
Students at Hastingsbury School, Bedford, are beginning a project which involves compiling a guide to their local area. Join them as they discuss their overall objectives.
Producer DAVID SELIGMAN
A BBC/Open University production
with subtitles, followed by Weather
A small group of travellers are stranded in the Arizona desert. Their only hope of survival is a military patrol -but the soldiers have been wiped out by a band of marauding Apaches....
Screenplay by WARREN DOUGLAS
Based on a story by OLIVER DRAKE Produced by LINDSLEY PARSONS Directed by HAROLD SCHUSTER Films: page 17
Captain Matt Riordan:
Marshal Bill Haney:
The Big Six by ARTHUR RANSOME dramatised in four parts by MICHAEL ROBSON
1: When Dick and Dot arrive back in Norfolk at the start of a new holiday, they discover that the 'Death and Glory' boys are PC Tedder's prime suspects in an outbreak of criminal activity.
Music composed and conducted by PAUL LEWIS. Film editor DICK ALLEN Photography ALEC CURTIS. Script editor
MERVYN HAISMAN. Designer BRUCE MACADIE Producer JOE WATERS
Director ANDREW MORGAN
A Picture of Health
'It looked like an army camp in drag. That was the first impression ot a Lincoln hospital by an artist employed to brighten things up for both patients and staff. For the past year three artists, Terry Burbridge , Kan Furre and Dave Halliwell , have been working in two of the city's hospitals. This last Open Space in the present series follows the artists through their year's work and gets a refreshingly different view of hospital life.
Film editor RAY HOUGH
Producer MARY DICKINSON
Made by the COMMUNITY PROGRAMME UNIT
British Motorcycle Grand Prix 1979
When the best in Britain is matched against the best from America, the audience anticipates a feast of skill and excitement. So was the scene set as BARRY SHEENE made ready to meet KENNY ROBERTS.
Of the 25,000 car fires in Britain each year less than two per cent are caused by collision. So what makes your average saloon catch light? And if it does, how do you cope? Sue Baker looks at the increasing problem and shows you how to deal with a fire.
And liquid engineering William Woollard asks how much motorists actually know about the oil they put into their engines.
Executive producer DENNIS ADAMS BBC Pebble Mill
The best-of-three-frames grand final for BBC2's Pot Black trophy.
Featuring: John Spencer (England), three times World and Pot Black Champion, against Terry Griffiths (Wales), the former World Champion, hoping to win the Pot Black trophy for the first time. The presentation is by Paul McGann , star of BBCtv's hit series Give Us a Break.
Introduced by ALAN WEEKS Commentator TED LOWE Referee JOHN WILLIAMS
Producer JOHN G. SMITH. BBC Pebble Mill A BBC video, The People's Champion, BBCV 5018 from retailers
In a modern north country museum a strange affinity develops between Polly, a young cleaner, and Fanny, a lacemaker whose work now lies in a glass showcase. Their bond is formed by a baby's lace bonnet pains-takingly worked by Fanny - 150 years ago.
Lighting DENNIS CHANNON. Script editor ALISON ROUX. Designer GERRY SCOTT Producer TERRY COLES Director BILL HAYS
A Stop at Willoughby starring
An advertising executive finds he's caught an earlier train than usual - by about 75 years!
Written by ROD SERLING . Directed by ROBERT PARRISH
12.10 Topology: The Projective Plane
This plane twists back on itself-but you can't detect this without travelling past infinity!
12.35 Microbes and the Microscope
Present understanding of disease resulted from a fascinating combination of painstaking research, accidental discovery, and advances in the microscope.