Introduced by Steve Rider
Motor Racing from England Shell Oils
Grand Prix of Europe from Brands Hatch
Good win double: ALAIN PROST to become the first ever
French World Champion by 4 o'clock and Sagace for a home win in the Arc by half-past. MURRAY and JAMES on the first leg.
Horse Racing from France The Trust House Forte Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe a Longchamp
Sagace, 'une machine a galloper', ran away with it for France last time and hasn't been headed so far this season. Shernazar prepared at Newmarket, with Swinburn W. up, beat
Cauthen, Slip Anchor, and the course record, at
Kempton last month. Should be one or the other.
Helpful huh? The second leg from JULIAN WILSON.
Athletics from Australia World Cup IV
And finally, pure muscle power from the final track and field spectacular. DAVID COLEMAN RON PICKERING and STUART STOREY report on Canberra.
TV presentation: Motor Racing JIM RESIDE JOHN SHREWSBURY Horse Racing TFI
Athletics ABC AUSTRALIA
Assistant editor BRIAN BARWICK Producer MARTIN HOPKINS Editor JOHN PHILIPS
0 FEATURE: page 12
The second of six piano concertos played by artists the same age as Mozart was when he wrote them.
Tonight Marie-Noelle Kendall plays the Concerto in D (K 175) written when the composer was 17.
The orchestra is the BBC Scottish Symphony under its principal conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk
The series is presented by Jane Glover
Sound RON ALLAN
Lighting DAVID OGLE
Designer GUTHRIE HUTTON Producer MITRE NEWMAN BBC Scotland
Jan Leeming looks at the best news pictures of the week. With subtitles.
Editor BOB MCDOUGALL
Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton present Britain's most popular financial and business programme.
With LUKE CASEY, NICK CLARKE and MARK ROGERSON reporting from home and abroad on your money ... and other people's.
Including this week:
Motown Blues: more and more Japanese motor manufacturers are setting up plants in America. Do they bring much needed jobs or a Trojan Horse to US industry? Plus The Golden Hello: how
City high fliers are tempted to change jobs by offers they can't afford to refuse; and Champagne that Goes Flat: why some growers want their region declared a disaster area.
Studio director DON HARLEY Producer MICHAEL SCHOOLEY Editor MICHAEL HOGAN
On the Verge of Life
Hemmed in, buffeted, flattened or deafened by the passing traffic, you might think motorways are not a home for wildlife. Would it surprise you, then, to learn that in less than 30 years these concrete corridors have become one of Britain's largest nature reserves?
Forbidden to people, their verges conceal a world where animals and plants flourish: hedgehogs and weasels; voles and mice and their arch-enemy, the kestrel; butterflies and bees; vivid carpets of cowslips, bluebells and poppies, even a rare orchid. Amazingly, all these and more thrive within a few paces of thundering vehicles. Narrated by Martin Jarvis Photographedby
London Scientific films
Film editor KRYSTYNA KAPLAN Produced by PATRICK UDEN for Uden Associates
Series editor PETER JONES BBC Bristol
0 FEATURE: page 9
St Mark's Square, the Doge's Palace, Harry's Bar and Mary Martin are all institutions in their own right - if you happen to be in Venice that is. Sample them all in the company of Russell Harty.
by ROBERT ARDREY
Introduced by CHARLES DANCE and starring Charles Dance Anna Massey and David De Keyser
August 1939. As the world moves towards war,
Charleston, a disillusioned writer, seeks isolation as keeper of Thunder Rock lighthouse in the middle of Lake Michigan. But he finds escape not so easy, as his lonely world is shared by mysterious visitors.
Sound RICHARD CHUBB Designer DEREK DODD
Script editor DAVID SNODIN Producer LOUIS MARKS Directed by MIKE VARDY
0 FEATURE: page 85 and WODDIS ON: page 78
from Brands Hatch
At 2.15 this afternoon Alain Prost started the longest race of his life. One-and-a-half hours later, and after 75 laps of Brands Hatch, this 30-year-old son of a furniture manufacturer could have become the first ever French World Champion. Last season he missed the title by half a point. Today his luck should have changed. Feature: page 12
Gene Hackman Liv Ullmann
When Zandy Allan , a tough pioneer, decides to get married he dispenses with formalities and sends for a 'mail-order bride'. Much to his dismay Hannah Lund turns out to be a strongwilled, independent woman who refuses to be treated as a chattel....
Screenplay by MARC NORMAN based on The Stranger by ULLIAN BOS ROSS
Produced by HARVEY MATOFSKY Directed by JAN TROELL
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Robert Cohen (cello) plays
Sarabande from BACH'S Suite in E flat major.