6.40 Maths - Linear Equations. 7.5 Hotel and Catering Industry. 7.30 Human Factors in Aviation.
Story: The Tall Man by URSULA DANIELS Presenters
Carol Leader, Don Spencer
The Embassy World Professional Snooker
DAVID VINE introduces live coverage of the first semi-final. Commentators TED LOWE
JACK KARNEHM , CLIVE EVERTON
Producers NICK HUNTER , RICHARD TILLING BILL TAYLOR , KEITH PHILLIPS
4.50 The Way "f the World. 5.40 Stantanbury: A Curriculum Blueprint. 6.5 Biology of Polluted Water. 6.30 What is Money?
Frame of the Day
DAVID VINE introduces an outstanding frame from today's first semi-final at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.
including sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
In Presidential Election year, America faces mounting problems - of inflation and recession at home, and crisis and uncertainty abroad. How are the Americans reacting, and how will it influence their political choice?
Richard Kershaw reports.
Producer PETER CERESOLE Editor PETER IBBOTSON
A series of nine films 7: Pamela Howard
'I think that designing a play is trying to show the audience with their eyes the things that they are not hearing with their ears.'
PAMELA HOWARD is a leading theatrical designer who has contributed to the success of many distinguished plays. In this film, Designs on Othello, she is seen at work on Ronald Eyres' latest production for the Rsc with DONALD SINDEN in the leading role.
Film cameraman MIKE SOUTHON Film editor PAUL HUMFRESS Series producer JOHN READ
Producer ROSEMARY BOWEN-JONES
Introduced by Phil Drabble with ERIC HALSALL Heat 3: England
The first woman to compete in One Man and His Dog takes her place alongside two of England's top shepherds and competes on equal terms in what is very much a man's world.
JEAN BOUSFIELD with Flash MIKE PERRINGS with Hope ALAN FOSTER with Dart
Technical co-ordinator GEOFF LOMAS Director PETER MASSEY Producer IAN SMITH
Being a reconstruction in six parts of the sad case surrounding Mary Blandy , written by KEN TAYLOR
4: Mr Blandy's resentment of Cranstoun has increased with each day. The answer, says the superstitious Cranstoun, lies in a love-powder bought from a witch in Edinburgh. Against Mary's wishes Cranstoun administers it and the following day Mr Blandy is a picture of smiling tolerance.
For full cast see Tuesday page 45 (Part 5 next Tuesday evening)
Choosing the Sex of Your Baby
From earliest times, people have longed to be sure they will have a baby of a particular sex. There are innumerable ' old wives' tales' offering advice on how to have a girl rather than a boy or vice versa. Now science is entering the field with gels to apply, advice on timing, methods of sperm separation and, in the animal world, the pre-sexing of embryos before implant. In the USA there are even some mothers who have tests to find out the sex of their baby and then seek an abortion if it's not what they want.
What are the ethical implications of such procedures? How well do they work? What are the risks?
If the use of some methods becomes widespread, will this upset the balance between the sexes? Would more people choose to have boys than girls?-Man Alive has commissioned a special poll to hnd out. Jeanne la Chard and Nick Ross investigate.
Research JILL MARSHALL
Producer ELIZABETH SMITH Editor TIM SLESSOR
Peter Brookes ' View: page 74
The Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship
Four players remain from a record field of 53 that originally entered for this richest-ever Championship.
DAVID VINE reports with highlights and the latest news.
Local Election Special
Presented by Peter Snow and John Tusa. Analysis of the results as they come in from around the country, with comment from leading Conservative, Labour and Liberal politicians.