In alphabetical order each of the 400 results so far with all the detailsÃ - candidates, votes and totals, who has lost his deposit, which former MPs have failed to get back and, wherever possible, the swing to Lab or Con.
On-screen announcements on BBC1 will tell you when your constituency is about to come up. Repeat starts 8.45 am
Story: The Thrush Written and told by Percy Edwards Presenters
CAROL CHELL , STAN ARNOLD
Pianist BILL LE SAGE
Double bass LENNIE BUSH
Designer ANDREE WELSTEAD HORNBY Scriptwriter JUDY WHITFIELD Director PETER CHARLTON Producer ANNE GOBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
2.30 The Humpty Dumpty Hunters' Chase Amateur Riders (over 3 miles)
3.0 The Greenall Whitley Handi cap Hurdle (over 2 miles)
3.30 The Mad Hatter Novices' Chase (over 2 miles)
Commentators JULIAN WILSON and CLIVE GRAHAM
Reporter TONY GUBBA
Television presentation by RAY LAKELAND
What are appropriate tasks for non-professional helpers in the Social Services; what should the criteria be for their use; how wide can their brief be expanded?
Series editor JOHN RADCLIFFE Producer BRIGIT BARRY
with Robert ErskineÃ
A perspective of animal-figures which helps us assess the efforts of our children.
In the first programme of 1974 Percy Throwir shows the latest in labour-saving equipment for the greenhouse, and Margaret Thrower has some advice on preserving spring flowers for long-lasting arrangements in the house.
Producer BARRIE EDGAR (Birmingham)
Percy Thrower 's Guide to Gardeners' World from booksellers, price 50p
A film portrait for St David 's Day of the Polish Community in Wales. What happens to a person's pride in his nation, or in himself, when he is forcibly separated from the land of his birth? Thirty years ago, the first Polish families settled in Wales. They are still with us. Some are integrated, others are not. No matter what their situation, their spirit seems undaunted. The White Eagle, crowned symbol of old Poland, is never far from their thoughts. In it they see a promise which colours their attitudes to life in exile and also their hopes for a different future.
Producer Richard lewis , BBC Wales
Starring Jeanne Moreau, Stanley Baker
with Virna Lisi
A Welsh miner becomes a successful author overnight and has a destructive affair with a strange, provocative and mercenary French woman, beautifully played by Jeanne Moreau.
Set in Venice and photographed by Antonioni's cameraman, Eve, which was filmed in English and made just before The Servant, marks one of the high points in Joseph Losey's career and is a typical film of the 60s - stylish yet harsh.
Introduced by Barry Askew
A look at the way newspapers reported the 1974 General Election. What is the political impact of the Press?
with Peter Dorling