7.15 Biology: Chicken or Egg?
7.40 17th-century England
8.30 For Reasons of State
8.55 The Ombudsman
9.20 Social Sciences: The Real World
9.45 Maths: Calculus
10.10 Arts: Appearance and Reality
10.35 Energy and Rockets
11.00 Community and Order
11.25 Sociology: Principles of Caste
11.50 Hamlet Workshop (1)
12.15 Images: Holography at Work
12.40 Physical Chemistry: Methanol
1.05 Conflict of Value in Cornwall
1.30 Geology: Inside Volcanoes
Introduced by Desmond Lynam
Belgian Grand Prix
The song and dance about pole position is well illustrated by the fact that JIM CLARK won at Spa four times in 1962, 63, 64 and 65 and was on pole once, in 1967 - when DAN GURNEY won!
MURRAY and JAMES at
Francorchamps from 2.0.
The Race Against Time
At 4.0 BST, a rocket goes up in New York, and in 100 cities around the world athletes, and those who just want to help, set off running for the lives of the starving masses in Africa, an unprecedented Band Aid/UNICEF/United
Nations venture - like you'd expect with BOB GELDOF.
The Whyte and Mackay PGA Championship
By the time you get to
Wentworth, around 5.0, they'll be finishing. The second-round leaders should be on the tenth and coming into camera range.
Canada v England
The last kick of the ball for England before the big one starts in Mexico. BARRY
DAVIES with highlights of last night's match in Vancouver. Television presentation:
Motor Racing RTBF. Belgium
Athletics JOHNNIE WATHERSTON Golf HAROLD ANDERSON
FRED VINER. ALASTAIR SCOTT
Studio producer CAMPBELL FERGUSON
Assistant editor BRIAN BARWICK
Producer MARTIN HOPKINS
Editor JOHN PHILIPS
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with Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton Reporters PAUL BURDEN
LUKE CASEY , MARK ROGERSON and MALCOLM WILSON Studio director DON HARLEY
Producer VICTOR VAN AMERONGEN Editor JONATHAN CRANE
Introduced by Tony Soper with lain Guest Devious Ducks
It's nesting time and this year the parasitic cuckoo has been upstaged by a precocious duck from Argentina. Predatory Fish
The traditional food fishes of Lake Victoria are becoming scarce. A voracious predator has virtually wiped them out. Can balance be restored?
Editor ROBIN HELLIER. BBC Bristol
'She'll be right mate -just watch out for the 'roos, and take enough water.'
Take 40 old bangers and buses (one of them with John Newcombe at the wheel), line them all up outside the Sydney Opera House, wave the whole circus off to an obscure destination on the other side of the continent.... and you've got a 2,500 mile Outback Bash.
You can gain points by cheating. You can lose them by taking things too seriously. You can even bribe the officials - if you can find one. After all, it's all in a good cause - organised by round-the-world-flyer Dick Smith. After six days, there's a winner - the oldest car in the race. There's a runner-up and everyone else comes equal third. It's all very Australian. Too right!
Film editor DICK ALLEN Film cameramen
ALEX HANSEN. MIKE BRIGGS
Associate producer ANDY STEVENSON Producer TONY SALMON Series editor TIM SLESSOR
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Last month Alan Brind , an amazingly assured young violinist from Norwich, won the coveted title 'Young Musician of the Year'.
Tonight he competes with talented young musicians from all parts of the Eurovision transmission area in the Concert Hall of Danish Radio in Copenhagen.
Hans Graf conducts open rehearsals with competitors from 16 different countries.
The best five will appear live in next Tuesday's final. The competitors are: Alan Brind (UK)
Rhonny Ventat (Belgium)
Janne Thomsen (Denmark) Jan Erik Gustafsson (Finland)
Sandrine Lazarides (France) Pauline Oostenrijk (Holland) Seamus Conroy (Ireland) Shira Ravin (Israel)
Carlo Balzaretti (Italy)
Aleksander Madzar (Yugoslavia)
Ellen Margrete Flesjo (Norway)
Marian Rosenfeld (Switzerland)
Peter Jablonski (Sweden)
Martin Menking (Germany) Gunter Voglmayr (Austria) Introduced by Humphrey Burton with expert comment by the British jury member, John Manduell
Television production by DANISH TELEVISION
Producer HELEN MORTON
Executive producer ROY TIPPING
The 1986 Formula One World Championship
The Belgian Grand Prix
Just when you thought it was safe to go back on the Grand Prix track, McLaren score another win double.
Their 1-2 at Monaco followed ALAIN prost's San Marino victory, and the diminutive Frenchman now leads the Drivers' Championship from arch rival AYRTON SENNA. The Spa-Francorchamps circuit in Belgium proved to be to the Brazilian's liking last year, when he beat our own NIGEL MANSELL to the chequered flag. Commentators
MURRAY WALKER , JAMES HUNT Television presentation RTBF. Belgium
Producer ROGER MOODY
continues a season of films new to television.
Christopher Plummer Maggie Smith
Lily Wynn , a successful writer of stage and cinema, has just completed a brilliant new screenplay. Her husband - usually her leading man - is delighted at the chance to play the key role. He is less delighted to be told that she wants someone younger, more romantic and - preferably - Italian. Fitz decides that drastic action is called for ...
This frothy comedy is set in New York and Budapest and uses locations there to tell its story of romance, intrigue and the crazy world of 'show business'. Fitzroy Wynn /
Screenplay by FRANK CUCCI Produced by ROBERT HALMI Directed by KAROLY MAKK
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