6.5 Space in the City. 6.30 Housing in Birmingham: 1. S.55 Maths: Matrices and Networks. 7.20 Food Productions: Today's Beef. 7.43 What Value Nuclear Protests?
Story: The Chicken Book written and illustrated by GARTH WILLIAMS Presenters
Chloe Ashcroft , lain Lauchlan
Book, Play School Stones, 95p. from booksellers; Play School. Hello (record REC 425. cassette zcm 425) from retailers or Teledata (phone [number removed])
The Lawn Tennis Championships direct from the All England Club
The pick of the matches on the Centre Court and No 1 Court with semi-final places at stake as The Ladies' Singles championship reaches the quarter-final stage.
Scores and reports on Ceelax
Book, Wimbledon: Centre Court of the Game, £9.95 from booksellers
with subtitles. followed by Weather
Traditional songs: modern singers. Four films featuring some of the pioneers of the folk song revival. 3: Martin Carthy and Frankie Armstrong believe that traditional music is too important and too powerful to be confined simply to the folk clubs. For Martin it is a chain linking past, present and future human experience. For Frankie it is the vehicle that can take her audience on a ' journey'. She proves her point with an electrifying performance of the ghostly ballad ' Tarn Lyn '.
Filmed at the Co-op Folk Club. Nottingham.
Film cameraman BERNARD HEDGES
Executive producer PHILIP DONNELLAN
Compiled and edited by ANDREW JOHNSTON BBC Bristol
A duel of words and wit between Arthur Marshall
Lynsey de Paul , Robin Bailey and Frank Muir
Clare Francis , Patrick Llchfield Referee Robert Robinson
Devised by MARK GOODSON and BILL TODMAN
Produced and directed by PAUL CIANI
starring Anita Harris
with guests Irving Davies, Kenny Clayton
Director Don Sayer, Anita and her team take over an empty theatre and show just what it takes to put a television show together, starting with nothing!
Presented by Maria Aitken
In the last programme of this series A. J. P. Taylor and Barbara Castle succumb to Maria's good-natured probing and provide a fascinating insight into their private lives.
Peter Skellern supplies the music.
Assistant producer NICHOLAS SHAKESPEARE Director DAVID G. CROFT
Executive producer FRANCES WHITTAKER Producer LAVINIA WARNER
A series of four films 3: Sponooch
Five of the original members of the very successful HOT gossip left to form their own group - Sponooch. They struggle to be independent, democratic and uncompromising, trying to elevate their reputation and their cultural credibility. Over six months the film follows their attempts to find the work, the money and the management that will enable them to keep on trying.
Film editor SAXON LOGAN
Written and produced by RICHARD DENTON
Match of the Day
DESMOND LYNAM introduces highlights of The Ladies' Singles quarter-finals. Plus the day's news from GERALD WILLIAMS.
Producer JOHN ROWLINSON
Executive producer HAROLD ANDERSON
John Tusa , Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick , with Joan Bakewell and Linda Alexander , present the reports and interviews that matter with the analysis that counts.
11.55 Semiconductors and the Sun
Electricity directly from sunlight is the promise of a technological device: a large-scale photoelectric cell.
12.20 am Telephone Systems: A Case Study. A computer which automatically routes unanswered telephone calls to another extension is just one of the features filmed at this experimental telephone exchange at the University of Essex.
12.45 Feature Films as Propaganda
The programme looks at the characteristics and methods of propaganda displayed In feature films. It looks in detail at three films from the Soviet cinema, and shows how the methods altered with the needs of the regime.