Story: Mr Tumbleweed goes on Television by jo STEVENS Presenters
JULIE STEVENS , FRED HARRIS
2.15 The Sceptre Stakes (5f)
2.45 The Ormonde Stakes (1m 5f 88yds). One of the most important early season events for four-year-olds and upwards.
3.15 The Ladbroke Dragonara Malta Handicap (7f)
3.45 The 161st Year of the Dee Stakes (lm 2f 85yds). A further chance for classic colts to pinpoint their Epsom prospects.
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN and CLIVE GRAHAM
Reporter JULIAN WILSON
Outside broadcast producer RAY LAKELAND
Editor ALAN HART
Getting to Know You
Teachers and parents know different sides of the same children. What value is there in arrangements for pooling information? Introduced by ALAN LITTLE
Director GERRY NORTHAM Producer DAVID ALI. EN
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This week: Race Relations
Does anyone really care about race relations?
Dipak Nandy, Founder, Runnymede Trust, tells three of the new MPs just elected to Parliament where he thinks politicians have gone wrong and what they should do to try to put things right.
Chairman Robert McKenzie
Rowlandson Thomas Rowlandson was a caricaturist whose portrayal of life in the late 18th and early 19th century contained a good deal of humour -some of it rather bawdy. To recapture the spirit of his work, comedian MIKE KEMP describes some of the watercolours and drawings in the Mellon Collection to a lively audience in a London pub.
Arthur Negus answers viewers' questions Introduced by Hugh Scully Directors ROBIN DRAKE , PAUL SMITH Producer JOHN KING (from Bristol
based on the novels of ANTHONY TROLLOPE : written for television in 26 parts by SIMON RAVEN. Part 16
The Pallisers RADIO TIMES SPECIAL. an 84-page colour guide, is on sale at newsagents: price 30p
A new series of programmes featuring the international singing star with The Athenians her special guest Cliff Richard and also featuring The King's Singers
Musical director and special arrangements PETER KNIGHT
Costume designer PETER SHEPHERD Sound ADRIAN BISHOP-I .AGGETT Lighting KEN MACGREGOR
Designer ROBERT MACGOWAN
Producer YVONNE LITTLEWOOD
The hero-figure of the British coalfield - is he real? or imaginary? is he man? or machine?
A documentary film based on the Radio Ballad by EWAN MACCOLL , PEGGY SEEGER , CHARLES PARKER and filmed at Bettws Colliery, Ammanford Betteshanger Colliery, Deal Bilsthorpe Colliery, Notts
Singers EWAN MACCOLL , A. L. LLOYD IAN CAMPBELL , ISLA CAMERON LOUIS KILLEN , JOE HIGGINS
Film editor Oliver WHITE
Adapted and produced by PHILIP DONNELLAN (from Birmingham)
The men who guard the spirit of the pit: page 11
with David Holmes ; Weather
Introduced by Paul Barnes and Chris Dunkley
Can I Really Have My Say?
Is ' access television ' a gimmick or a great step forward? Just over a year ago BBC2's Open Door began. In Vision talks to Rowan Ayers , who started Open Door, and Francis Coleman of London Weekend Television's Speak for Yourself.
Votes for Women
Shoulder to Shoulder, the BBC2 drama series, ends this week.
Lord Brockway and two suffragettes talk about the fact and fiction of women's suffrage.
Producer PETER FOGES Editor WILL WYATT