6.40 Semiconductors. 7.5 J. S. Bach. 7.30 The Imperial Roman Army.
4.59 Control of Education. 5.15 Maths - Isomorphisms. 5.40 Rich Law, Poor Law?
6.5 China: Politics and Social Change. 6,30 Man-Powered Aircraft (3).
Spring Special from Clacks Farm with Peter Seabrook and Arthur Billitt
The first of three programmes devoted to spring work in the fruit and vegetable gardens, greenhouse and ornamental garden. This evening Arthur and Peter concentrate on the care of lawns, spring bedding and, under glass, sowing half-hardy annuals for the summer display, and peppers and celery.
Produced by BARRIE EDGAR BBC Birmingham
including a news summary with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
David Holmes , the BBC's Political Editor, presents a weekly insight into the world of politics and outlines the conflicts and the consequences.
Editor PAUL NORRIS
Six films about inner cities now-seen through the eyes of people who live and work in them.
You Don't Know You're Born
' Everybody's more selfish, families aren't close anymore ... I'd rather have lived 50 years ago than be my age now.'
Janice, 18, and already facing a whole lifetime's problems alone. With ten others she's thrown into a two weeks' course in search of a job and a sense of belonging.
Film editor TONY WILLIAMS
Producer BILLY LYONS
BBC2 Snooker Championship
The ' best of three frames' Final for the 1979 Pot Black Trophy, and a first prize of £1,000. featuring the two Welsh ' wizards' of snooker, Ray Reardon the 1978 World Champion against Doug Mountjoy the 1978 Pot Black Champion
Presenting the awards, including the Highest Break Prize, the Joe Davis Trophy and the Pot Black ' Personality ' Award,
Sir Ralph Richardson , June Davis Pot Black celebrates its 11 th Grand Final in this special edition. Introduced by ALAN WEEKS Commentator TED LOWE Referee SYDNEY LEE
Designer JIM HATCHARD
Director PHILIP FRANKLIN Producer REG PERRIN BBC Birmingham
' We don't want to be second-class men ... what we must be is first-class women.' What price femininity in the military ' man's world '? In the second programme in this three-part series on women in the armed forces in Britain, America and Israel, Diane Harron looks at some of the advantages, and the disadvantages, of integrating men and women in the military. What do you do with soldier mothers? And what lessons can the three countries teach each other about coping with healthy young men and women when they're thrown together in this disciplined and enclosed environment?
Film editor MARGARETTE BENDALL Producer JANE DRABBLE
Executive producer FRANK SMITH
This Sunday is the 90th birthday of Sir Adrian Boult, founder-conductor of the BBC Symphony Orchestra, friend of Elgar, Vaughan Williams and Holst and one of Britain's most loved and respected musicians.
This programme uses recordings of Sir Adrian's own voice from radio and film archives to link a programme of music conducted by him, including the march from ' Things to Come ' by BLISS, ballet music from ' The Perfect Fool' by HOLST, an excerpt from ' Job' by VAUGHAN WILLIAMS and Romance in F by BEETHOVEN in which the soloist is Yehudi Menuhin. Introduced by Owain Arwel Hughes Played by the LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Film editor MIKE GOLDSMITH
Music sequences directed by BRIAN LARGE and ROY TIPPING
Executive producer HERBERT CHAPPELL Produced by RON ISTED
(Sir Adrian's Desert Island Discs tomorrow on Radio 4UK and 90th Birthday Concert on Sunday, Radio 3)
Introduced by Pete Drummond This week: The Police from Hatfield Polytechnic
Robert Powell reads from Psychopolis by IAN MCEWAN , who is profiled in The Book Programme tomorrow evening.