Story: "What's That Shape?" by Jean Watson
Cricket: The Gillette Cup
Show Jumping: Hickstead
Further coverage of both events
Technology programmes originally scheduled for next Thurs will be shown instead at 7.5 pm next Mon (TS282/13) and Wed (T100/28)
with Peter Woods; Weather
Written and narrated by Kenneth Griffith
Black Week 1900... a shocked and incredulous British Empire learned of disaster following disaster in the South African War. The humiliations had to be revenged. So that the old warrior-hero Lord Roberts of Kandahar whose only son had been killed during 'Black Week' - was appointed Commander-in-Chief. As the Boer and British veterans recall, the war was about to enter an even grimmer phase.
(My Choice, Kenneth Griffith: page 5)
by Jane Austen
Dramatised in six parts by Denis Constanduros
Mr Elton has returned to Highbury with his bride, who has aroused Emma's dislike. Mr Knightley and Emma have disagreed about Jane, who has been taken up by Mrs Elton.
A series of ten programmes
with Neil Cossons
Higher Mill was once the centre-piece of the Lancashire textile village of Helmshore. Now its lumbering water-driven machines and timeless atmosphere can bring the greatest days of the Industrial North back to life.
An international cabaret from The Talk of the Town, London
Starring Melba Moore, Trio Athenee, Michael Allport & Jennifer, Barry Crocker, Clark Brothers, Pan's People
A BBC/ORTF/ZDF co-production
(Michael Allport & Jennifer are appearing at the Raymond Revue Bar, London)
Starring Nadja Tiller, Peter Van Eyck
The fourth of six films in our summer selection comes from Germany. Shown at the Venice Film Festival in 1958 despite protests from the West German government, The Girl Rosemarie is the true story of a Frankfurt call-girl whose clients included some of the country's leading politicians and businessmen. All went well until she started to mix blackmail with her other activities.
(This Week's Films: page 9)