6.55 Adult Literacy: Cape Verde
7.20 The Future of Print
12.30 An Introduction to Information Technology
12.55 Computer Aided Engineering
from Down Royal featuring the Ulster Harp Derby
Introduced by JIM NEILLY It's the first of Northern Ireland's two-day July holiday meeting - a day when the racing fraternity is joined by those from the Province's business, industrial and political life all intent m enjoying a good day's sport.
2.00 KPMG Peat Marwick Novice Chase (2m)
2.30 James Nicholson Piper
Champagne Handicap Hurdle (2m)
3.00 Ulster Harp Derby (Hm)
3.30 BBC Radio Ulster Maiden (7f)
4.00 British Telecom Handicap (ljm)
Commentator JULIAN WILSON Summariser JOHN FOWLER
Reporter WENDY AUSTIN Producer RUPERT MLLLAR BBC Northern Ireland including at 1.55 and 2.55 News and Weather
1: The Good and Quick
Written and narrated by Stanley Reynolds who traces the bloody path of the Spanish conquistadores. Producer BILL LYONS BBC North West (R)
Sally Duxbury 's Painted Women
Places like Hebden Bridge, Heptonstall have become Yorkshire's Bohemia: craftsmen and artists have poured in over the last few years, none more energetic than Sally Duxbury. Producer JOHN GRAHAM BBC Leeds (R)
Joy Beverley , of Beverley Sisters fame, tells
Dilys Morgan about her first date with Billy Wright. Producer ROBERT TONER
Series producer JEANNE LA CHARD
A series of 13 films
Presented by Peter Thoday with Head Gardener
Harry Dodson 8: July
The soft fruit is ready for picking. Peter visits
Goostrey in Cheshire where the extraordinary Victorian tradition survives of pitting one gooseberry against another to find the heaviest. Harry feeds his plants with homemade liquid manure. And Peter tells the story of the Victorian craze for bedding plants.
Producer KEITH SHEATHER BBC Bristol (R)
The Heir Apparent
The future of a small foreign democracy is threatened. (R)
The first in a new series of films which look at the career, past and present, of prominent members of the pop establishment This week reluctant superstars, the Pet Shop Boys with exclusive footage from their new feature film.
Videotape editor COLLO CAULTON Researcher RORY SHEEHAN Produced and directed by DAVID G. CROFT
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A Present for the Past
The Australian Bicentennial celebrations began, earlier this year, in a grand ceremony of welcome in Sydney Harbour.
Among the arrivals was
Great Britain's birthday gift to the Australian people - a sail training vessel, the Young Endeavour.
From flat steel plate to finished craft, follow the ship and her crew to the presentation. Narrator Tom Salmon Photography PAUL MORRIS
JEREMY HUMPHRIES , GILES NUTTGENS Film editor ANDREW HASSENRUCK Director DAVID BARRETT. Producer BRIAN HAWKINS. BBC Bristol
Presented by Lewis Wolpert Issues from science today Invisible Wounds
Last year three sailors were admitted to the Royal Naval Hospital , Haslar, and discovered the key to their common problem was the Falklands conflict.
Antenna revisits the hospital six months on, to see if therapy has changed a condition that's now the focus of medical attention. The New 'Big Eyes'
Astronomers are hoping that massive new telescopes with mirrors up to ten metres wide will collect light from deeper in space than ever before.
Three different groups race to be the first to open a new window on the stars.
Minds, Machines and Minsky Can a machine be built to let our minds live for ever? Prof Marvin Minsky explains why the hardest problem could be to give it common sense. Directors
TESSA LIVINGSTONE. OLIVER MORSE Executive producer DAVID PATTERSON
Series producer JANA BENNETT
Written by JOHN D. HESS
Directed by HARRY MORGAN (R)
by RIB DAVIS
'I'm doing 15 years, three years at a time, and when I come out I'm going to be the same man as when I came in. The same man!'
But even hard man Danny Monk can't foresee the consequences when he barricades himself in a cell during a prison riot with a prison officer as hostage ...
Camera supervisor GEOFF FELD Designer AUSTIN RUDDY Script editor
STEPHEN JEFFERYPOULTER Producer GRAHAM MASSEY Director JOHN BRUCE
Prison Officer Green:
Principal Prison Officer Whittaker:
Senior Prison Officer Mills:
Prison Officer King:
3: Heather Wilkins is 15 and hates school. She wants to be a hairdresser but the recently amended Education Act has raised the school-leaving age to 16. (R)
11.45 Public Health: Noise
How good is your hearing? Now's your chance to find out with studio f audiometry tests. 0 Producer MARTIN WRIGHT
12.10 Patterns of Development
Science is beginning to unravel the mysteries of how genes regulate development.
Producer NEIL CAMERON