Last of five programmes Developing a Strategy
Breaking into an export market may require careful 'positioning' of your product to maximise sales potential. A BBC/OU production (R)
Crowning Ceremony Rhyl and District
Television cameras join the assembled members of the Gorsedd of Bards in the National Eisteddfod Pavilion in Rhyl to bring live coverage of one of the principal ceremonies, the crowning of the winning Bard.
Commentary by Alun Williams Television presentation by HUW BRIAN WILLIAMS BBC Wales
The Cornhill Insurance
England v Australia from Old Trafford Final day
PETER WEST introduces further coverage of this afternoon's play.
The Killer Legend
Tom Wade , an ex-convict and fast gun, has come to Laramie to prove his innocence and seek revenge on the man who sent him to jail. Acting
Deputy, Jess Harper , soon discovers that Wade's vengeance is aimed at the law itself.
Written by ROD PETERSON and JOHN CHAMPION Directed by HOLLINGSWORTH MORSE (R)
Having suffered the indignity of an auditioning and examination, two potential megastars, frozen by terror and turned to stone by fear, head for Plymouth for their first attempt at presenting a rock music TV show. Jeremy Legg and Lisa Maxwell look at the city, track down what s going on in the area, sample the life of Devon and introduce some of the finest sounds ever recorded. Writer JONATHAN KING
Production PETER HAMILTON BBC Manchester
Pozzuoli: Death of a City with Anthony Clare
Question: Who would ever live in a place where there are 25 earthquakes a day?
Answer: 30,000 Italians in the city of Pozzuoli on the coast near Naples.
For the last 16 years their city has been rising over three inches a month. Now the earthquakes are becoming larger ... and the people are starting to leave.
Series editor DAVID FILKIN Director FISHER DILKE
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Sixth of eight programmes Bob Langley and Malcolm McKeag are in Amsterdam for a spectacular festival of sail, brigs and barquentines, ships and schooners, from 27 nations, gathered at the city of canals, which also harbours a boat-yard where some of the world's most luxurious motor yachts are built and fitted. On the Hamble, meanwhile, Debbie Rix meets the stars who will bring love, intrigue and sailing action to your screens this autumn. Directors
CHRIS WRIGHT and MARK KERSHAW Producer TONY RAYNER BBC Pebble Mill
starring Spike Milligan
John Bluthal , Keith Smith with David Adams
Suzanne Sinclair , Alan Clare Mike O'Malley , Linzi Drew and special guest appearances of David Jacobs , Peter Woods Film stuntman and free-fall parachutist SPIKE MILLIGAN comes out of hospital for tonight's special thrill-a-minute show. Written by SPIKE MILUGAN and NEIL SHAND
Lighting BERT POSTLETHWAITE Produced and directed by ALAN J. W BELL (R)
by RONALD EYRE based on a story by NIKOLAI LESKOV
A comedy about injustice set in St Petersburg in 1839. The Tsar has tightened up security and mounted a round-the-clock guard at his palace - the Peter and Paul Fortress. Unfortunately for Private Postnikov, he hears the cries of a drowning man and goes to his rescue. The rest follows.
Crew supervisor GEOFF FELD
Lighting director DENNIS CHANNON Designer MICHAEL YOUNG Producer ROSEMARY HILL
Director ANTHONY GARNER
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S uperintendent of police:
John Tusa , Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick with Jenni Murray Olivia O'Leary and Ian Smith present the reports and interviews that matter with the analysis that counts.
The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v Australia from Old Trafford
RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights from the final day's play.
Executive producer NICK HUNTER
12.10 Visual Illusions: Now You See it....
A variety of visual illusions supply clues about normal perceptual processes. Viewers are invited to participate in these illusions.
12.35 The Plough and the Hoe (5) A Time for Change
The programme looks at West
Bengal, where the Marxist state government is attempting to implement a policy of agricultural modernisation, combined with increased social justice.