6.50 Technology: A Milk Run
7.15 Statistics: Regression
7.40 The Marriage of Figaro
8.5 Social Impact of Industrialisation
8.30 Physics: Gaseous Diffusion
8.55 Pure Maths: In Perspective
9.20 Victorians and the Art of the Past
9.45 Conflict 2: The Steel Strike
10.10 Adult Literacy: Cape Verde
10.35 Maths: Scalings and Powers
11.0 The Kenyan Small Farmer
11.25 Falling Leaves and Beating Hearts
11.50 Maths: Differential Equations
12.15 Biology: Osmoregulation
12.40 Where has all the Granite Gone?
1.5 Education: A Policeman's Lot
1.30 Carbonyl Chemistry
Introduced by Desmond Lynam
1.55 Motor Racing
4.30 Cricket; 6.30 Golf
Shell Oils British Grand Prix The only thing going for
Ferrari at Silverstone is likely to be oodles of nostalgia from the Silverstone types. In the 50s it was Gonzalez, Ascari, Fangio and Collins, since then zippo. Over to you signores Alboreto and Berger. Blast off at 2.30, MURRAY and JAMES reporting.
Refuge Assurance League
Hampshire v Worcestershire Ian Botham and Graham Hick face Malcolm Marshall and Cardigan Connor.
Commentator PETER WALKER
Lee Trevino allegedly remarked in 1972 that God must have been a Mexican when he beat off
Tony Jacklin. BRUCE CRITCHLEY looks back with TONY and LEE and previews the 1987 Open at Muirfield.
Television presentation: Motor Racing
JIM RESIDE, KEITH MACKENZIE Cricket ALAN GRIFFITHS
Studio producer CAMPBELL FERGUSON Assistant editor BRIAN BARWICK Producer MARTIN HOPKINS Editor JOHN PHILIPS
Starring Garry Shandling Grant Gets Broken
When the question of chest hairs puts a marriage at risk it's time for a weekend away - but can Pete and Jackie trust Garry to look after their son?
Written by ALAN ZWEIBEL. GARRY SHANDLING Directed by ALAN RAFKIN
Germaine Greer in conversation with Russell Harty
The brilliant and controversial writer and critic tells Russell about her favourite clothes, animals, plants and pleasures. She talks about the author she most admires, shows off a precious machine, prepares a favourite meal and gives a surprisingly domestic glimpse of her life away from the demands of celebrity. Producer MICHAEL KERR
The first of two programmes in celebration of the many-sided genius of George Gershwin , who died 50 years ago yesterday. 1: From Tin Pan Alley to Carnegie Hall starring, in alphabetical order: Leonard Bernstein
Gregg Burge , The Copasetics Peter Donohoe , Madeline Kahn Nigel Kennedy , Larry Kert Cleo Laine , The Manhattan Rhythm Kings
Julia Migenes , Erie Mills and Bobby Short
This journey through
Gershwin's creative life is narrated and conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas , one of the world's foremost Gershwin intarpreters. The music includes Gershwin's earliest pianola-roll, a rag called
'Rialto ripples', and his first published song, 'If you want 'em you can't get 'em'. Other highlights: 'Rhapsody in blue' - in the Paul Whiteman jazz version with soloist Michael Tilson Thomas , 'Naughty baby', Preludes, 'The man I love', the Finale of the Concerto in F with soloist Peter Donohoe , 'How long has this been going on?', 'But not for me', 'Someone to watch over me' and 'The king of swing'. With the Orchestra of St Luke's, The Manhattan Rhythm Kings,
London Symphony Orchestra led by MICHAEL DAVIS
A co-production with Channel 13/WNET New York
Given at the Brooklyn Academy of Music
Produced by ARTHUR WHITELAW with choreography and stage direction by PATRICIA BIRCH and designs by EDUARDO SICANGCO Studio designer DEREK DODD Associate producer JOHN WALKER Producers
DAVID HORN. DENNIS MARKS Director HUMPHREY BURTON
Continuing a season of films starring the versatile American actor. Tonight also with Sally Field and Arnold Schwarzenegger Despite money, a family mansion and connections with the smart set of Birmingham, Alabama, Craig Blake is not satisfied with his life. But during a property deal he buys a gymnasium, only to find it being used by a group of bodybuilders preparing for a Mr Universe contest. Craig becomes intrigued with the whole idea and is introduced to a lifestyle radically different to his own, but his involvement brings new problems....
This witty film is also notable for introducing
Arnold Schwarzenegger to a wide audience.
Screenplay by CHARLES GAINES and BOB RAFELSON
Based on the novel by CHARLES GAINES
Produced by HAROLD SCHNEIDER and BOB RAFELSON
Directed by BOB RAFELSON
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Back at Silverstone this year, this is one of the quickest circuits on the Grand Prix tour. Britain's Nigel Mansell needs to win to keep the pressure on Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost. It was Prost who won the race when it was last held here in 1985 - a whole lap ahead of the rest of the field.
Changes to the circuit mean that the renowned Woodcote Comer has had the chicane removed and a tight left-right turn added - but they'll still be going pretty quickly and there's plenty of high-speed action expected.
(German Grand Prix: 26 July)
Christopher Jones reports on another week of debates in the House of Lords, and talks to peers of all parties on the politics and proceedings of the Upper Chamber. Editor ELLIE UPDALE