6.40 Biology: The Retina. 7.S Tropical Forest. 7.30' Statistics: Using Computers.
The State Express Classic from the West Hants Club, Bournemouth.
Quarter-finals day in this Grand Prix tournament with over t55,000 prize money on offer.
After his two marvellous victories in the Davis Cup in Rome earlier this year, Buster Mottram should be expected to win through to tomorrow's semi-finals.
The programme looks at changes in working patterns brought about by technological progress.
Producer peter trowsdale
A BBC/Open University production (RpO
helps you plan your weekend by previewing daytime programmes of special interest from the Open University. This week it includes an extract from Peak Experience, the film of Peter Habklek 's attempt to conquer Everest without oxygen equipment. There are also clips from programmes about special English teaching for children, and the workings of the human brain; Landing an Aircraft, Infant Cognition and Perception: Cues and Schemas.
A season of classic feature films The Phantom of the Opera starring Lon Chaney
' Man of a Thousand Faces '
Master of the macabre, LON chaney gives a superb performance as the mad musician who haunts the sewers of Paris. A hopeless victim of his own ugliness, he kidnaps Christine, a beautiful singer.
This spectacular classic is shown in a restored tinted version with an added musical soundtrack.
B;ised on the novel by CASTON leroux organ music by gaylord carter Director rupert JULIAN
Films: page 16
Raoul de Chagny:
The show made by young people.
Bradford's dark satanic mílls are the backdrop for the powerful designs of Indian fashion student litlil
PullingThrough,about survival; and for a local club where new bands from different cultures can play together. Despite this creamWM that black people are being mugged by the State. Funboy
Three join them aH, live, in the studio.
Made with the help of the COMMUNITY PROGRAMME UNIT.
This week's theme: The Nude and the Naked
Matisse (1869-1954) "Blue Nude"
at the Museum of Art, Baltimore
This picture, painted in 1907, belongs to a period in Matisse's life when he was the leader of a group of young painters called "Les Fauves" (Wild Beasts). They sought a new style, intuitive, direct and simple. Many people find this picture inept, barbaric and childlike, but there is no denying it has vitality, powerful form, vigorous drawing and intense, vibrant colour.
Written and narrated by Milton Brown.
with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
Geoff Hamilton and Clay Jones visit Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens, Dorset, a magnificent collection of azalea, magnolia and rhododendron in a woodland setting.
But such plants only grow well in acid conditions, so for gardens with chalky soil, John Kelly constructs a peat bed, and shows that even the most difficult seeds can be made to germinate.
Producer DENIS w. GARTSIDE BBC Birmingham
A Special Deal for Blacks?
The riots in the inner-cities last summer sparked off a continuing argument about the problems of Britain's ethnic minorities and how to remove the disadvantages facing them in housing, jobs and education. Lord Scarman's report argued that these groups should enjoy a ' positive discrimination' in their favour. But would special treatment be fair? And how far should it go, for example, in seeking to guarantee special quotas for the minorities in jobs and universities?
Margaret Jay reports.
Producer willum trehabne JONES Editor peter whotson
by DENIS CANNAN
An anthropologist observed by one of his erstwhile victims-a sophisticated comedy.
Fight directed by WILLIAM HOBBS Sound NORMAN BENNETT Lighting PETER CATLETT Designer SUSAN SPENCE Producer ROSEMARY HILL Director NICHOLAS RENTON
The Quiz of the News of the Week Richard Stilgoe recalls the last seven days in a lighthearted way with Barry Fantoni , Griff Rhys Jones Miles Kington , Jane Walmslcy
Director CHRIS hunt
Producer COLIN GODMAN BBC Bristol
Elegant egrets, dazzling bee-eaters, fabulous flamingos: some of the jewels of the Camargue - the wind-swept marshland of Provence. Narrator DOUGLAS LEACH
Photography RONALD EASTMAN Presented by keith hopkins BBC Bristol
Presenters PETER snow, john tusa and DONALD maccormick bring you the major events of the day, and the pictures, interviews and analysis that explain their significance. From the programme's team of correspondents: film reports shot in Britain and around the world on the issues and topics which are making the headlines.
JOAN bakewf. ll has the first news of stories from the arts; DAVID ickk and Marshall have the stories from behind the world of sport.
The State Express Classic from the ' West Hants Club, Bournemouth.
Highlights of today's quarter-final matches.
Introduced by harry davies Commentators DAN maskell JOHN BARRETT , MARK COX
A BBC i-itlcobook Play Tennjs (hbcv 1010) £37.95 (rorn retailers