6.55 Education: A Second Chance
7.20 Weekend Outlook
Although the language presented in this programme is French, the issues raised will be relevant to other modern languages. Producer patti LANGTON BBC Milton Keynes
Further coverage of the day's main races
Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
4.0 The Mail on Sunday
Three-year-old Series Handicap Stakes dim)
Producer FRED VINER
Jay Griffiths previews some of the new series for schools coming up in the Autumn
Term, including programmes on Primary Maths, Secondary Science, Media Studies and a new production of A View from the Bridge.
Specially recommended for parents and teachers.
with subtitles, followed by Weather
... a wildlife quiz in which Johnny Morris
Sheila Anderson and Jeremy Cherfas are faced with a skipper in the mud, wings in jaws, iodine in an axolotl and birds on the black notes.
Chairman Michael Jordan (R)
A season of films featuring the Man from U.N.C.L.E. with and The dauntless U.N.C.L.E. duo are caught in the crossfire between enemy T.H.R.U.S.H. agents and retired gangland mobsters when they are despatched to Sicily.
Screenplay by PETER ALLAN FIELDS Produced by BORIS INGSTER Directed by JOSEPH SARGENT 0 FILMS: page 23
Arturo 'Fingers' Stilletto:
Enzo 'Pretty' Stilletto:
Federico 'Feet' Stilletto:
Dr Heinrich von Kronen:
Mrs 'Fingers' Stilletto:
Vastiana Belfon introduces the weekly magazine from
Britain's black communities. This week a report from
Parklands Secondary School in Preston where nearly three quarters of black pupils achieve exam success compared with the national figure of six per cent.
Headmaster Len Scott talks about his radical education policies.
Plus Trinidad poet and musician Brother Resistance who blends soul, rap and calypso in the music he calls Rapso.
Executive producer JOHN WILCOX Producer JULIAN HENRIQUES
A series of films in which people can let off steam, grind their axe or simply have a chuckle. Beryl Cook
A highly successful yet totally untrained artist, she only started painting in her late 30s. Her subjects are mostly women, usually middle-aged and nearly always enjoying themselves. Plymouth, where she lives with her car-salesman husband, provides the setting for many of her pictures - the Hoe where she walks the dogs, the shops and market, and above all the pubs. Film cameraman JOHN ELSE
Producer JONATHAN STEDALL (R)
Presented by Geoff Hamilton and Clay Jones
Eva Ninnis 's love of the open countryside is reflected in the informal design of her garden - and while other gardens are fading from their best at this time of the year, the long double-herbaceous border is awash with colour from plants chosen for their blooms, berries, hips and foliage effects. 'In my garden foliage plants are the backbone of all seasons,' says Eva, and the plants she's chosen reflect the colour of the changing seasons. Production assistant
Executive producer JOHN KENYON Producer DENIS w. GARTSIDE BBC Pebble Mill
in a new translation by DON TAYLOR Antigone starring
The war is over. Both of Oedipus' sons have been killed in the battle and Creon now rules supreme in Thebes, determined to establish law and order to save the state from further carnage. As a warning to any future rebel he decrees that the body of Polynices, who attacked the city, shall remain unburied, on pain of death for anyone who transgresses. Antigone, the dead man's sister, decides to defy the decree.
Chorus of Theban Senators:
PATRICK BARR. PAUL DANEMAN
DONALD ECCLES ,
ROBERT EDDISON. PATRICK GODFREY
EWAN HOOPER , PETER JEFFREY
NOEL JOHNSON , ROBERT LANG
JOHN RINGHAM ,
FREDERICK TREVES. JOHN WOODNUTT
Classical adviser GEOFFREY LEWIS Music composed and conducted by DEREK BOURGEOIS and played by THE ENDYMION ENSEMBLE
Camera supervisor DAVE MUTTON Make-up FRAN NEEDHAM
Script editor STUART GRIFFITHS
Producer LOUIS MARKS
Directed by DON TAYLOR
Presented by Peter Snow Donald MacCormick and Olivia O'Leary
Ian Smith and Jenni Murray with a round-up of news Producers
JANA BENNETT , TIM GARDAM
MARK THOMPSON. DIANA MORTON Directors JAMES
GOULD JOHN WILKINSON. CHRIS FOX Assignment editors
NICK GUTHRIE. ADRIAN MILNE Deputy editor TIM ORCHARD Editor RICHARD TAIT
starring with Irving the Explainer
Rockford is unwittingly drawn into the search for a missing Watteau painting when he undertakes to do some research for 'writer'
Karen Hall on the late Nazi film director Alvah Korper.
Written by DAVID CHASE
Directed by JAMES COBURN (R)