6.50 Housing and the Market
7.40 Seventeenth-Century England: Appleton House
8.05 Innovation on the Rails
8.30 Geology of the Alps
8.55 Pure Maths: Cycles
9.20 Force and Violence
9.45 Arts: The Great Exhibition
10.10 Education: 'Maids the Mad Shooter'
10.35 Maths: Volumes of Revolution
11.00 Calculus: Behaviour of Functions
11.25 Man-Made Macromolecules
11.50 Maths: Newton's Third Law
12.15 Diabetes: Causes and Effects
12.40 Social Problems and Social Welfare
The classic 12-part serial starring Herman Brix as Kioga the Hawk
4: Queen's Ransom
The villainous Solerno proposes a ransom exchange while planning treachery.
A REPUBLIC serial
Introduced by Steve Rider Timetable*
1.35 Motor Racing
2.10 Tennis; 4.30 Football
"Timings are subject to alteration
Tennis from London
Stella Artois Championship Local boy PAT CASH would get a civic reception in Fulham and telegrams from Melbourne were he to succeed Boris. Commentators
DAN MASKELL. JOHN BARRETT
Football from Germany
European Championship Holland play the USSR tonight in Cologne (BBC1 live at 7.05), highlights of England's opener against the Republic of Ireland about 4.30.
Cricket from Ilford
Refuge Assurance League Essex v Sussex
Commentators PETER WALKER and RALPH DELLOR
A quick trip round the Isle of Man, then a hop to Le Mans Television presentation:
Tennis JOHNNIE WATHERSTON HUW JONES
Football ARD/ZDF, West Germany Cricket BOB DUNCAN Studio producer
Assistant editor BRIAN BARWICK Producer MARTIN HOPKINS Editor JOHN PHILIPS
Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton present Britain's most popular financial and business programme.
With Paul Burden Francine Stock David Calder and Henry Harington Studio director SUE TURBETT Editor JONATHAN CRANE
A recording of yesterday's military spectacle in London, at which HM The Queen took the salute on Horse Guards Parade when the Colour of the First Battalion Irish
Guards was trooped.
Also scenes of the fly-past by the Red Arrows and the traditional appearance on the balcony of Buckingham
Palace by members of the Royal Family.
Commentator Tom Fleming Producer IAN SMITH
by JOHN GALSWORTHY A clash between the stubborn John Anthony, owner of a tin plate firm, and the hard leader of his striking workers, vividly portrays what Galsworthy in 1909 called 'the trouble of the century'.
Music composed by FRANCIS SHAW Lighting ALAN HORNE Designer DICK COLES
Script editor STUART GRIFFITHS Producer SHAUN SUTTON
Director MICHAEL DARLOW
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The final televised concert from the Bath International Festival, which this year celebrates the performing arts of America.
From Green Park Station,
Bath Lester Bowie 's Brass Fantasy
From Chicago, trumpeter Lester Bowie leads this virtuoso choir of brass soloists, with percussion, in a programme of inventive arrangements of jazz standards, pop songs and original pieces.
The idea for the Brass
Fantasy goes back 15 years.
Lester says, 'I had an idea for an all-brass group with no saxophones and no keyboards. You see the brass players were overshadowed by the saxophonists for a while in jazz. I wanted to do something to show things you would not normally associate with a trumpet.' Introduced by Michael Berkeley
OB lighting DEREK FAWLEY OB sound GRAHAM HAINES Executive producer TONY STAVEACRE
Producer JONATHAN FULFORD Director RON ISTED BBC Bristol
(Concert presented in association with MarplesHoldingsLimited)
Film-maker Alex Cox introduces a season of classic cult films. Tonight:
Fat City starring
Stacy Keach Jeff Bridges
Billy Tully, an ex-prize fighter on hard times, casually visits a local gym and sees a promising young contender in action. Personally grooming him for success,
Billy finds a renewed hope in life and relationships ...
One of Huston's finest and most personal films, reflecting his own young days as a boxer.
Screenplay by LEONARD GARDNER based on his own novel Produced by RAY STARK
Directed by JOHN HUSTON
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