6.00 News and 24 Hours: 6.30 Meridian Reports; 7.00 Newsdesk
with Barry Johnston and action from the World
7.40 1500m Final (men)
8.00 Javelin Final (women)
8.15 4 x 100m Final
(women); 8.50 4 x 100m Final (men); 9.10 5000m Final (men); 9.50 4 x 400m Final (women)
10.10 4 x 400m Final (men)
Cliff Michelmore goes sailing aboard the 80-foot Creightons.
The first in a NEW 13-part series in which Marjorie Lofthouse takes a countrywide look at what's happening in the business world. This week she goes to Birmingham where the decline in the motor industry has caused new initiative and growth in service industries.
(In association with Open College)
A six-part motoring series. 3: My Little Austin Seven The after-effects of the war, motoring for the middle classes, the caravan and Herbert Austin.
Test drive: Austin Seven .
12.00 Open Forum; 12.22
Maths: Differential Equations;
12.41 State and Society:
Independent Namibia: 1.03
Nuclear Proliferation; 1.22 Social Science Foundation Course:
1.41 Who Controls Technology?
with Jonathan Legard. World Athletics: the final day's competition. Golf: coverage of the final round of the GA
European Open at Walton Heath. Plus cricket and US Open tennis.
7.20 The Novelty of Popular Theatre in London: 7.40
Literature: England of the Mind?;
8.00 Mathematics Miscellany;
8.20 Education Bulletin: 8.40 French 18th-Century Art
Streetgangs in LA
The Big Mama
A mother's intuition helps solve a case for Joe Friday.
with Mike Edgar.