6.50 Urban Development: Planning
7.40 St Pauls Cathedral
8.5 Learning from the Box
8.30 Geology: Glaciers
8.55 Pure Maths: Space-time Geometry
9.45 Inner City Story (2)
10.10 Manpower Services and School
10.35 Maths: Modelling Stock Control
11.0 Calculus: Geometric Vectors
11.25 The Pure Gamete
11.50 Maths: Partial Differentiation
12.15 Biology: Digestion
12.40 Energy Sources: Petroleum
1.5 Education: Sailing on Course
Introduced by Steve Rider from Donington Timetable*
5.0 Show Jumping
* Timings are subject to alteration
Shell Oils British Grand Prix It's been a long time coming, but Freddie's back. The double world champion has been repaired, thankfully, and SPENCER fans will flood to Donington in support.
He's miles behind in the championship, but no one will be trying harder today - 500cc, 250cc and sidecars are on the bill.
MURRAY WALKER and BARRY SHEENE commentate
Show Jumping The Silk Cut Derby
PAUL SCHOCKEMOHLE 'S back, too, going for a hat-trick of wins at Hickstead. There's huge prize money, huge fences and huge crowds - these are the best bits. Commentators
Refuge Assurance League Somerset v Glamorgan
Not much to choose between these two on paper, so it should go to a last-over finish. Commentators PETER WALKER
RALPH DELLOR. PAT POCOCK
Hewlett Packard National
Long Course Championships Day two of the domestic season's major meet. Commentators
ALAN WEEKS. HAMILTON BLAND Television presentation:
Motorcycling KEITH MACKENZIE Show jumping
JOHNNIE WATHERSTON Cricket BOB DUNCAN
Swimming WENDY SHEPPARD
Studio producer CAMPBELL FERGUSON Assistant editor BRIAN BARWICK Producer MARTIN HOPKINS
Editor JOHN PHILIPS
starring Garry Shandling The Graduate
Garry encounters the seductive Mrs Robertson , goes out with her daughter Elaine, and finds that the mother is an angry woman with a habit of hurling car keys into aquariums ... sound familiar?
Written by ALAN ZWEIBEL and GARRY SHANDLING
Directed by ALAN RAFKIN
Bruce Oldfield in conversation with Russell Harty
Designer for royalty, show business and the purely chic, former Barnado boy
Bruce Oldfield invites Russell to his Fulham studio where he talks about his work and the influences that have shaped it. He shows favourite dresses by other designers, visits London bridges and takes Russell back to his roots. Producer MICHAEL KERR
Three award-winning films about wildlife of the Andes. 1: Ice, Wind and Fire
This condor's-eye view reveals a landscape of stunning beauty and contrast, from the remote tempestuous shores of Cape Horn and the glaciers of Tierra del Fuego - the land of fire - past the wind-lashed forests and peaks of Patagonia to a land of 2,000 volcanoes. No less remarkable are the animals, because for 70 million years South America was cut off from the rest of the world. Narrator Andrew Sachs Film cameramen
HUGH MILES . RODGER JACKMAN Produced by MICHAEL ANDREWS BBC Bristol (R)
BBC Invitation Pairs Crown
Green Bowling Tournament from Nobles Park, Douglas, Isle of Man.
In tonight's second quarter-final joint favourites
Tommy Johnstone and Eddie Hulbert , champions in 1984, meet Cliff Johnson and Roy Peach , winners of five pairs competitions during the past two years. Introduced by Richard Duckenfield
Commentator HARRY RIGBY Producer KEITH PHILLIPS BBC North West
Paul Daniels is joined by Lionel Jeffries on a magical journey to Sherwood Forest to explore the legend of 'Robin Hoodini '. He also introduces his guests: from the USA John Twomey with his unusual musical skills, and from Japan Fukai with his modern approach to classical sleight-of-hand. Special guest appearance Professor Stanley Unwin featuring DEBBIE MCGEE Musical director KEN JONES
Programme associate ALI BONGO Technical consultant GIL LEANEY Director MICHAEL LEGGO Produced by JOHN FISHER
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
opens a major season of films from New Zealand. Starring
Bruno Lawrence New Zealand, the 1870s.
Following the savage massacre of a peaceful Maori village by colonial soldiers, Te Wheke , a Maori scout, vows 'Utu' retribution. He assumes his former status as a chieftain and sets out with his warriors on a trail of revenge. One of his victims is the wife of a settler. In turn the husband declares war on Te Wheke ...
GEOFF MURPHY. KEITH ABERDEIN Producers
GEOFF MURPHY. DON BLAKENAY Directed by GEOFF MURPHY
(First showing on British television)
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Shell Oils British Grand Prix For the first time the British Grand Prix comes from Donington Park, the highlight being the ninth round of the world series for the 500cc championship.
Competing over 30 laps of the 21-mile circuit are
EDDIE LAWSON , the current world champion, WAYNE GARDNER and RANDY MAMOLA , either of whom could take this year's title, and top British riders
RON HASLAM , NIALL MACKENZIE and ROB MCELNEA.
Injury-jinxed FREDDIE SPENCER plans to make an appearance. Commentators
MURRAY WALKER , BARRY SHEENE Producer KEITH MACKENZIE