10 10 The Pre-School Child: Going Shopping 10.35 Energy in the Home: Cutting
Your Losses. 11.0 Countdown to the ou: 4. 11.25 What's it All About?
The Benson and Hedges Masters from the Wembley Conference Centre The Final: part 1
This is the eighth year of the Masters and past winners include TERRY GRIFFITHS , RAY REARDON , JOHN SPENCER , DOUG MOUNTJOY and the holder ALEX HIGGINS - the only player to have won this title twice. All are back this year as is STEVE DAVIS , attempting to win one of the few titles that escaped him last year. DESMOND LYNAM introduces live coverage of this afternoon's eight-frame session. Commentators TED LOWE
JACK KARNEHM , CLIVE EVERTON Summariser REX WILLIAMS
TV presentation NICK HUNTER , BILL TAYLOR Book, Pot Black, £2.00 from booksellers, from 22 February
Hundreds of horseshoe crabs; a male pipefish giving birth: a newly hatched turtle - some of the creatures in this close-up look at a year in the life of the marshlands and creeks of Pleasant Bay on America's New England coast.
Adapted for "Horizon" by:
The Benson and Hedges Masters Further coverage of the Final
The World Championship* from Schladming
The Men's Downhill
Once every four years the world's fastest skiers compete in the thrilling blue riband event of these Alpine Championships.
Among the favourites on the 3,500-metre Planai course in the heart of Austria are p^ter MUELLER and toni BiERULER from Switzerland, plus Canada's STEVE podborski and KEN READ; but the Austrians are out to retain the title won by Josef Walcher at Garmisch four years ago, and who can discount their World Cup Downhill Champion HARTI WEIRATIIER or the revitalised Olympic hero FRANZ KLAMMER ?
Commentator DAVID VINE
TV presentation by AUSTRIAN TV SERVICE Producer jim RESIDE
The Thorn-EMl County Championship Final North Midlands v Lancashire from Moseley.
Starting as underdogs, North Midlands, under the captaincy of the wily Les Cusworth , will hope to repeat their surprise victory of 1978 at the same ground.
In their centenary season, Lancashire, under the captaincy of BILL BEAUMONT, have already eliminated holders Northumberland and runners-up Gloucestershire in the previous rounds.
NIGEL Starmer-Smith introduces highlights of yesterday's match, as well as news and views of the weekend's rugby.
Series producer Huw JONES
Book. The World of Rugby. 6.25; theme music on Sporting Themes (record REH 348, cassette ZCR 348), from retailers
A digest of the news of the week and other world matters of interest seen by news cameras around the world; the interesting and the picturesque, the important and the dramatic plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. with Jan Leeming
Editor RICHARD GAMBLE
Presented by Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton Britain 's most popular business and economic programme reporting from far and near on money, large and small.
Featuring this week: The Doxford Affair
Last month M. L. Doxford , a firm of commodity brokers with a list of clients that included some of the richest people in Britain, went bust. With the company's total debts amounting to more than E7 million, Doxford's clients are unlikely to see much of their money back. Paul Barry investigates what went wrong and talks to Professor Gower, the man charged by the Government with proposing new regulations for protecting clients' money.
And as the Moneymaker investment competition begins in earnest, which unit trusts have the experts selected as the best for 1982?
Producer SUZANNE FRANKS
Deputv editor ANDREW CLAYTON Editor DAVID LLOYD
0 MONEY MAKER: page 85
Presented by Eric Robson
For those in work, life has never been better. Living standards are rising and record numbers are booking holidays abroad. For those out of work, prospects have not been bleaker since the 30s. Jobs are getting harder to find and some benefit payments have been reduced. This special programme examines the real divisions and the attitudes that separate the 20 million with work and the three million without it.
From the industrial north-west, David Henshaw reports on how ' proud Preston' is losing its prosperous image, and sliding towards a two-nation town. And in the studio, the people of Preston get the chance to question top representatives of industry, trade unions and politics. With 1,000 new jobs a day needed between now and 1985, just to reduce the dole queues to two million, can we ever get back to full employment? If not, how can a society built on the expectation of work cope with the strains? A specially commissioned opinion poll reveals how much the working nation is prepared to sacrifice to support those who are denied jobs.
Assistant producer CLAIRE walmslet Producers BRIAN JAMES , CHRIS OXLEY Editor COLIN ADAMS BBC Manchester
by IRIS MURDOCH, dramatised in four parts by REG GADNEY
3: During the lazy summer days at Imber, tensions grow. Toby's life is in confusion. Desperate to see Dora he finds she has unexpectedly left for London.
Music composed and conducted by MARC WILKINSON
Producer JONATHAN POWELL Directed by BARRY DAVIS
with Jan Leeming; Weather
The Benson and Hedges Masters from the Wembley Conference Centre
The Final - Conclusion f8,000 awaits the winner of tonight's final session, as the best-of-17-frame final reaches its climax. DESMOND LYNAM introduces the highlights.
Graham Kennedy , John Hargreaves The futility and brutality of war is the main theme of this ambitious Australian film portraying a Special Air Service regiment on a tour of duty in Vietnam. Four of the men on a year's active service become firm friends, their comradeship made increasingly stressful by the personal pressures and the dangerous patrols which they undertake.
Screenplay by TOM JEFFREY
Based on the novel by WILLIAM NAGLE
Produced by SUE MILLIKEN , TOM JEFFREY
Directed by TOM JEFFREY. Films: page 13
Thirty minutes of non-stop music for brass band, starring
David Moore on euphonium from Belfast:
The Templemore Band conductor JACK BURCH
Designer JOHN Armstrong
Lighting ERNEST J. COOKE. Sound KEN ELLIOTT Production ALAN TONGUE BBC Northern Ireland