6.50 Exmoor: a Self Portrait
7.15 The History of Mongolism
7.40 The Rebuilding of London
8.30 Geology: Glaciers
8.55 Maths: Non-Euclidean Geometry
9.20 Marketing in Action: Opening Principles
9.45 Stand by Your Banner!
10.10 Basic Education for Adults
10.35 Maths: Fibonacci Numbers
11.00 Calculus: Logarithmic Function
11.25 Science: a Day in the Life
11.50 Maths Methods: Vibration Absorbers
12.15 Biology: The Vertebrate Kidney
12.40 Mental Handicap: Finding a Voice
The classic serial starring Herman Brix as Kioga, the Hawk Ambushed
A REPUBLIC serial
Introduced by Steve Rider
2.00 Rock Racing
3.00 Motor Racing
4.00 Show Jumping
*Timings subject to alteration
Show Jumping from Hickstead: Dubai Olympic Cup
On paper, this is one round and a jump-off away from Seoul in September, ie the final British team trial.
BRIAN BARRON describes what's in store for them from Korea with RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD and STEPHEN HADLEY in Sussex.
Motor Racing from Hockenheim: German Grand Prix
Fifty years ago to the day British driver Richard Semen won this race. Chances might seem remote for an anniversary success in view of the invincibility of McLaren's French and Brazilian pilots. Commentators MURRAY WALKER ; JAMES HUNT
Motorcycling from Mallory Park: British Road Racing Championship
At its best a graceful, seat-of the-leathers affair, frequently exciting, always dangerous. Commentator BARRY NUTLEY
Cricket from Cardiff: Refuge Assurance League: Glamorgan v Yorkshire
Only ten wins between them last season. It was five each, so it may be close.
Commentators PETER WALKER and RALPH DELLOR
Rock Racing from South Yorkshire
One of the very few sports you can do going upwards against the clock, with minimal assistance.
Reporter RON PICKERING
Show jumping JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
Motor racing ZDF GERMANY
Motorcycling JIM RESIDE
Cricket BOB DUNCAN
Rock racing NOVA FILMS
Studio producer CAMPBELL FERGUSON
Assistant editor BRIAN BARWICK
Producer MARTIN HOPKINS
Editor JOHN PHILIPS
Narrated by Glenn Close
A chance meeting aboard the QE2 between Glenn 'Fatal Attraction' Close and director Jon Blair resulted in their collaboration on this documentary, telling the story of a year in the life of the tiny cow-town of Big Piney, Wyoming. When
Close's parents settled there 12 years ago, she would occasionally accompany her father, who became the town's doctor, on his rounds. She thus encountered a host of people whose recollections she became determined to record on film before they and their way of life died out completely.
Film editor JOHN LEE
Written and directed by JON blair
The second of three programmes recorded in Middle Temple Hall, London, in which the pianist
Alfred Brendel plays the last three sonatas of Franz Schubert.
Tonight we hear the Piano Sonata in A which Brendel describes as 'the most interesting and shattering' of the three.
Sound VIC GODRICH
Lighting ALAN WOOLFORD
Producer HUMPHREY BURTON
The 1988 Formula One Championship
German Grand Prix
A win for McLaren here would give them the best winning sequence for 35 years, and after
AYRTON SENNA 'S dominant
Silverstone performance two weeks ago who would bet against that happening?
British fans will be hoping that NIGEL MANSELL 'S stirring performance can be repeated, and watch out for the March and the Benetton teams on a circuit which should suit the non-turbo cars.
MURRAY WALKER and JAMES HUNT
Television presentation ZDF, Germany
Producer CHARLES BALCHIN
(Hungarian Grand Prix will be shown on Sunday 7 August)
a four-part serial by CAROL BUNYAN Original story by RON HUTCHINSON with 3:
Dean's life is at stake, perhaps only Courtney can save him. Meanwhile, Michael's plans seem dangerously at odds with the scenario mapped out for his safety.
Music ILONA SEKACZ Lighting DEREK PRICE
Video-tape editor STEPHEN NEILSON Script editor FIONA FINLAY Producer BRENDA REID Director TIM KING
First civil servant:
Second civil servant:
Film-maker Alex Cox introduces a season of classic cult films. Tonight:
The Long Hair of Death starring Barbara Steele Giorgio Ardisson
Accused of witchcraft, Adele Karnestein is burned to death on the orders of Count Humbolt. She dies cursing him and his descendants - a curse that is to have horrific significance in the years to follow. British actress Barbara Steele stars in this stylish 'spaghetti horror'.
Mary ..............BARBARA STEELE Kurt GIORGIO ARDISSON Lizabeth .....HALINA ZALEWSKA Von Klage..........ROBERT RAINS Count Humbolt
Grumalda ......LAUREEN NUYEN Frate .....JOHN CAREY MeSSO JEFFREY DARCEY Screenplay by ROBERT BOHR
Produced by FELICE TESTA GAY Directed by ANTHONY DAWSON (Black and white)
(First showing on British television)
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