6.25 Chemical Reactions
6.50 Exmoor: A Self-Portrait
7.15 Einstein's General Relativity
7.40 Fiction and Publishing
8.5 Social Skills Therapy: 1
8.30 Falling Leaves and Beating Hearts
8.55 Inner-City Story: 1
9.20 Maths Matrices: 2
9.45 The Atomic Clock
10.10 The Rebuilding of London
11.0 Management and the School
11.25 Culture and Community - Spain: I
11.50 Biology: The Vertebrate Kidney
12.15 pm Energy Resources: Coal
12.40 Germinal by Emile Zola
1.5 Language: Discourse Analysis
1.30 Maths: Partial Differentiation
Introduced from the Old Course,
St Andrews , by Harry Carpenter
Golf: The Open
The 113th Championship
Should TOM WATSON win again in Scotland today, can he please play for us in the Ryder Cup?
Watson, who many feel may have Scottish ancestry (some hope!) won at Carnoustie in 1975, at Turn-berry in 1977, at Muirfield in 1980 and at Troon in 1982. (It's something to do with the water). PETER alliss,
CLIVE CLARK , ALEX HAY , BRUCE CRITCHLEY and MARK MCCORMACK prefer it as it comes.
The much-handled Olympic flame arrives in the Coliseum next Saturday, so getting this very special show on the road.
BRENDAN FOSTER , who's been there, seen it, done it, and DAVE MOORCROFT , who's going there hopefully to do it, produce their form guide for Los Angeles.
Golf HAROLD ANDERSON , RICHARD TILLING ALASTAIR SCOTT , HUW JONES Athletics GRAHAM FRY
Assistant editor Grandstand BRIAN barwick Producer Grandstand MARTIN HOPKINS Editor Grandstand JOHN PHILIPS
A digest of the news of the week: plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. With Jan Leeming
Shugborough, Staffordshire with David Howard
The capture of a Spanish ship off the Philippines in 1743 provided the Anson family with the wealth to create Shugborough Hall. Its style and appointments were the best that money could buy. Heraldry expert David Howard unravels some of the family history, while Arthur looks at the furniture.
Director FIONA MCKENZIE
Producer ROBIN DRAKE. BBC Bristol
with Jan Leeming ; Weather
A series of ten programmes
4:Dismissed Workers: Lefray Toys, Aberbeeg, South Wales
Film cameraman STEVE SAUNDERSON Film editor GREG MILLER
Producer PHILIP DONNELLAN
Islands which time passed by, the Seychelles appeared out of the mists of legend only 300 years ago. These tiny granite islands are fragments of a long-lost continent, and even today they retain an air of mystery and fable, for they are home to birds, trees and flowers that are found nowhere else on earth.
On a palm-fringed isle giant tortoises amble in the company of rare magpie robins.... and on another, black parrots, tiger chameleons and blue pigeons live in a forest so primeval that General Gordon of Khartoum believed he had found a lost Eden.
Bernard Levin in conversation with Sir John H. Plumb , who has been called 'one of the most enjoyable of living historians'. As well as the ever-popular England in the Eighteenth Century he has written two highly acclaimed volumes on Robert Walpole ; other important works include The Death of the Past, and the television series Royal Heritage.
Throughout, he has successfully combined scholarship and popular readability. He has, until recently, been Master of Christ's College at Cambridge, where before that he was Professor of Modern History.
Research BETKA ZAMOYSKA
Producer CHRIS HUNT. BBC Bristol
Sir John H.
The 1984 Formula One World Championship
The British Grand Prix
The highlight of the motor racing season from Brands Hatch.
Set in the undulating Kentish countryside, the 2.6 mile circuit is the most popular with the drivers. ALAIN PROST still has a commanding lead in the World Championship but after KEKE ROSBERG 'S fine win in Dallas two weeks ago, only four points separate the next four places.
Commentators MURRAY WALKER JAMES HUNT and BARRIE GILL Lap charter MIKE DOODSON
TV presentation JIM RESIDE , JOHN SHREWSBURY Producer ROGER MOODY
completes the season of films new to television, tonight starring Paul O'Shea
Following the accidental death of his young Maori friend, Nick runs away from his unsatisfactory love-life to live with his eccentric grandfather - a 'relic' of pioneer New Zealand. Together they make a trip to the distant countryside the grandfather knew as a boy. On this journey Nick comes to terms with himself, embarks on his first love affair and the old man learns to face his lonely life.
Screenplay by JOHN O'SHEA and ROLF HAEDRICH based on the novel by MAURICE SHADBOLT Directed by ROLF HAEDRICH
Produced by JOHN O'SHEA. Films: page 15 (First showing on British television)