with Carol Leader.
Today it's the Chockagirl on the Chockatruck who puts a block into Chock-a-Block's block slot: and what follows is chock-a-block with rhyming words and pictures. (R)
Weather followed by The Collectors Butterflies
George Thomson has been collecting butterflies since childhood. Today's film follows George on one of his expeditions, and features his wide-ranging and attractive collection. (R)
2.30 King George Stakes (5f)
3.10 Goodwood Cup (2m 5f) Sadeem, the controversial Gold Cup winner on the disqualification of Royal Gait, aims to win this one fair-and-square.
3.40 Schweppes Golden Mile (Handicap 1m)
An open race for the richest handicap ever run at
Goodwood. The ante-post plunge has been on Storm Kitty.
Producer BOB DUNCAN including at
3.00 News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
4.10 Lanson Champagne Vintage Stakes (7f)
Henry Cecil has his sights on this with High Estate.
Introduced by JULIAN WILSON Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN
, JIMMY LINDLEY and JOHN HANMER
Reporter JONATHAN POWELL
International Show Jumping from Hickstead featuring Silk Cut Tankard
The first of four days of show jumping from this beautiful arena. The climax to it all is the Hickstead Derby with prize money this year worth £75,000.
This afternoon's warm-up consists of one round and a jump-off against the clock. Introduced by DAVID VINE Commentators
Producers, show jumping JOHNNIE WATHERSTON WENDY SHEPPARD
continues a season of films starring the two funnymen.
The film capital is never the same after
Buzz and Abercrombie decide to make a young crooner a movie star. Famous guests, disrupted movie sets, a roller-coaster ride and Bud and Lou at their most frantic make this one of their most successful films.
Screenplay by NAT PERRIN and LOU BRESLOW Produced by MARTIN A. GOSCH Directed by S. SYLVAN SIMON
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A soldier, patrolling the border between hostile countries, drops his helmet into enemy territory ... Voices and music
Dizzy Gillespie and Dudley Moore Directed by JOHN HUBLEY (R)
The third of nine films about life in the Soviet Union
The Trial of Tamara Russo
Lyubov Bubulich and Tamara Russo do not mix in the same circles, although they are of an age and live in the same small provincial town in Moldavia. For Lyubov is a judge in the local people's court, a Communist Party member, a high wage-earner and married, while Tamara scrubs floors in a local hospital, is not a Party member, earns a miserable wage and is a widow.
But one day the two women do meet - across the floor of Courtroom No 4.
Tamara is on trial: Lyubov is her judge. The maximum sentence she can impose is five years.
Their encounter is the first that western cameras have been allowed to film inside a Soviet court.
Series producer RICHARD DENTON Directed by ROGER MILLS (R)
Giotto, Rembrandt and Turner
Sir Lawrence Gowing explores the work of three great artists
3: J.M.W. Turner (1775-1851) Elements of Risk Turner's intuition about natural forces was hidden from his time. But his brooding on the irresistible apocalypse of radiation has become familiar to us. He was mad about colour and far worse than that, because the British never mind a madman, he was serious about colour. Turner's view was unsparing; it consumed and enlivened a whole world. J.M.W. Turner was born in London, the son of a barber. He travelled extensively in his own country, in France, Switzerland and Italy, and his output was prodigious - 528 finished and unfinished oil paintings and more than 19,000 drawings.
Film cameraman COUN WALDECK Film editor CAROL OWENS
Directed by CHRISTOPHER BURSTALL
Presented by Penny Junor
The Resort Report - Porec in northern Yugoslavia. Basic facts together with the best and worst points. Plus John Thirlwell 's view of what it's actually like there this summer. Matthew Collins on Special Assignment.
John Kettley comments on the summer weather so far and forecasts what's in store for the weekend.
Plus the late availability bargains and your holiday moans.
Studio director TONY HARRISON
Executive producer ALAN DOBSON
Paul Daniels narrates a grisly tale of "orrible murder and plays host to the Daniels Derby Silver Cup. He also introduces his remarkable guests: from Great Britain,
Vince Bruce with his exciting whip-cracking and rope-spinning skills, and from the USA, Kohl and Company, bringing elegance to grand illusion. Featuring
Debbie McGee , Kate Bellamy Director KEVIN BISHOP
Produced by JOHN FISHER
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Third of six films on the police and the public. Ruling the Streets
The Public Order Act 1986 gave police sweeping new powers over any street gathering. Police say they have to balance the rights of protestors with those of the community at large. But there are fears that the Act - backed by sophisticated riot training and equipment - could undermine basic civil rights and could be used by police to remove anyone they don't like from the streets.
The film looks at the policing of the anti-Alton Bill march in London and the anti-apartheid picket of the South African Embassy and at the case of a group of young people arrested while waiting for a bus.
Narrator Ole Hansen Film editor PAUL WILLEY Producer CHRIS LENT
11: Tom Bernes finished stag-night on the sofa with the best man. (R)
A BBC/Open University production
The Future of Print
Producer GEOFF WHEELER (R)