6.50 Community Education in Belfast
7.15 Curriculum in Action
7.40 Changing Britain, Changing World
8.5 Britain: Granary for the Roman Empire?
8.30 Database: Data Dictionaries
8.55 Maths: Partial Differentiation
9.20 Inner City Story: 3
9.45 Maths: Complex Numbers
10.10 Pure Maths: In Perspective
10.35 Topology: Winding Number
11.0 Ethnic Minorities: To Bedford from Busso
11.25 Modem Art: St Ives
11.50 Biology: Digestion
12.15 Solving the Problem
12.40 Language Opportunities
1.5 Making Steel
1.30 Against the Public Interest?
Introduced by Steve Rider
Motor Racing from Nurburgring
German Grand Prix
Maximum mph to start with. The British race two weeks ago went very quickly to ALAIN PROST with MICHELE ALBORETO second and that's the way the Championship looks too - the other way round, of course.
Commentators BARRIE GILL and JAMES HUNT
Motorcycling from Silverstone
Marlboro British Grand Prix
Juice applied by the right hand now and to its most alarming effect by American FREDDIE SPENCER who's on line to win both the 500cc and 250cc world titles.
MURRAY WALKER and BARRY SHEENE
Show Jumping from Dinard, France
The European Championships Just one horse power here, but bags of hands and heels with scant regard to aerodynamics. The British team made silver at Hickstead in 1983. Commentators
RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD and STEPHEN HADLEY
Athletics from Budapest
Nothing but homosapien energy in the final event.
STEVE CRAM is the fastest of his species over 1500m and should be attending. Commentators
RON PICKERING , STUART STOREY
Programme timings will be screened on the hour and half hour, where appropriate TV presentation:
Motor Racing GERMAN TV SERVICE Motorcycling JIM RESIDE
Show Jumping FRENCH TV SERVICE Athletics HUNGARIAN TV SERVICE Assistant editor BRIAN BARWICK Producer MARTIN HOPKINS Editor JOHN PHIUPS
Moira Stuart looks at the best news pictures of the week. With subtitles.
Editor BOB MCDOUGALL
The continuing saga of the working actor, in a further compilation of authentic anecdotes reflecting the ups and downs, the triumphs and disasters, the dreams and nightmares of this perilous profession. Tonight's contributors include Jane Asher
Frances De La Tour Sheila Hancock
Freddie Jones , Roy Kinnear Maureen Lipman
Ron Moody , Denis Quilley Anton Rodgers Victor Spinetti
Robert Stephens , Max Wall Editors MIKE SPAREY , CHRIS WADE Producer TONY STAVEACRE BBC Bristol
BBC2 Invitation Pairs Crown Green Bowling Tournament Second quarter-final
Welshmen Charlie Robbings and Gary Roberts face the Merseyside pairing of Frank Kitchen and Michael Eccles , who have already won one open doubles title.
Introduced by Richard Duckenfield from the GEC
Club, Stretford, Manchester. Commentator HARRY RIGBY Producer KEITH PHILUPS BBC Manchester
Introduced by Robert Robinson
A literary quiz without prizes, buzzers or bells, in which Jonathan Raban Gillian Reynolds Carmen Callil
Adam Mars-Jones try to identify passages read by Prunella Scales and give vent to their passions and prejudices about the books and their writers. Designer MARTIN CHILDS
Assistant producer YABA BADOE Director TONY TYLEY
Executive producer PHILIP SPEIGHT Producer CHRIS MOHR
Ronnie Barker and Ronnie Corbett with their special guest Elaine Paige featuring tonight Plop of the Flops
Dave Lav Trellis introduces chart toppers....
Little Steamy Winder, Big Momma and our very own Status Who.
Written by GEOFFREY ATKINSON DENNIS BERSON. ERIC BILLINGSLEY ROBERT A. GRAY. DAVID RENWICK COLIN BOSTOCK SMITH
PETER VINCENT. GERALD WILEY Script associate IAN DAVIDSON Designers
ANDREW HOWE DAVIES , JAMES GRANT Produced and directed by MARCUS PLANTIN
continues a season featuring the popular Hollywood star also starring Art Carney
Conny Van Dyke
W.W. sees himself as the Robin Hood of the Deep South - every time he robs a petrol station he gives the attendant a share of the loot. But, with the Georgia police hot on his trail, W.W. disguises himself as a country music promoter and heads for Nashville, complete with band. There he finds that robbing petrol stations is a great deal easier than breaking into the music business....
Screenplay by THOMAS RICKMAN Produced by STANLEY s. CANTER Directed by JOHN G. A VlLDSEN 0 FILMS: page 14
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W W Bright:
Deacon John Wesley Gore:
Good ole boy:
Motorcycle Grand Prix from Silverstone
A real treat for motor sports fans today. At Silverstone all eyes will be on FREDDIE SPENCER looking to regain his 500cc and 250cc titles. Commentators
MURRAY WALKER and BARRY SHEENE Motor Racing
German Grand Prix from the Nurburgring
In Germany ALAIN PROST, after that superb victory in the British Grand Prix two weeks ago, now trails Italian MICHELE ALBORETO by just two points in the drivers' championship. But both will be aware that
AYRTON SENNA 'S luck just has to change and the Brazilian could still be the biggest threat.
Commentators BARRIE GILL and JAMES HUNT
Television presentation: Motorcycling JIM RESIDE and JOHN SHREWSBURY
Motor Racing ZDF. GERMANY
Gordon Hunt (oboe) with Jean Anderson (piano) plays PIERNE