6.40 The Chemistry of Detectives. 7.5 A woman's Place? 7.30 Microfossils.
Story: Archie and Auntie written by SHIRLEY GEE Presenters
Chloe Ashcroft , Dev Sagoo Guest presenter Brian Cant
The Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.
This morning's second-round matches-best of 25 frames-should concern STEVE DAVIS and EDDIE CHARLTON. This afternoon features the conclusion of the first round with both CLIFF THOBBURN and PERRIE MANS completing their matches.
DAVID VINE introduces highlights of these matches. Commentators TED LOWE , JACK KARNEHM
CLIVE EVERTON , VERA SELBY
2.0 Racing from Chester
The final day of the meeting
2.15 The Sceptre Maiden Fillies' Stakes (5f)
2.45 The Ormonde Stakes (lm, 5f, 88 yds)
Henry Cecil is the trainer to follow in this prestigious event, named after the most famous horse bred in Cheshire, Ormonde.
3.15 The Ladbroke Hotels Handicap Stakes (7f)
3.45 The 169th Year of the Dee Stakes (1m, 2f, 85 yds)
Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN JIMMY LINDLEY , JOHN HANMER
KEITH PHILLIPS , BILL TAYLOR , MIKE ADEY HAZEL LEWTHWAITE , PETER HAMILTON Executive producer NICK HUNTER Racing
Producer RICHARD TILLING
This programme looks at pre-war housing estates (known as Siedlungen) in Berlin. The development of the Siedlungen is traced from one area to another and the work of various architects, such as Taut and Scharoun, are compared, together with how political ideas of the time influenced the designs of this ' garden city ' planning.
Producer NICK LEVINSON
A BBC/Open University production (Rpl)
The classic serial in 12 episodes 8: Revolt of the Zuggs
(Episode 9 next Monday)
Presented by Charlotte Allen
Teams from YARSLEY TECHNICAL CENTRE, BRITISH TELECOM and DATAC are given just three hours to set their sights on a rather unusual target.
Joining Heinz Wolff this week is Claude Blair from the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Studio director CIIARLES HUFF Producer PETER BRUCE
Seven programmes for the young motorcyclist
5: Round the Bend with Neil Walker
Getting a corner right is one of biking's great joys. But a lot of riders come to grief on bends.
Film editor SHELAGH BRADY Directed by MIKE COCKER Producer IAN WOOLF
DAVID VINE reports with the latest news of today's matches.
Book, Pot Black, £2.00 from booksellers
The last of 12 programmes
Eddie has lost his chairmanship, is losing his party and could lose his family. However, he receives two offers: one from Sir Michael, the other from Pam.
Serial written and devised by PHIL REDMOND. Title music by MARTIN COOK Designer PAUL MUNTING Producer BRIAN SPIBY
Director JEREMY SUMMERS
Sir Michael Gunther:
Sandra Wright Smith:
With subtitles for the hard-of-hearing followed by Weather
Return of the award-winning series.
Seven films of early exploration introduced from the Royal Geographical Society by the pioneer
Antarctic explorer Duncan Carse.
1:Everest-First, Attempt (1922) d
Mount Everest is great and beautiful. Marvellously built: majestic, terrible.'climbers
So wrote one of the first climbers to stand beneath the peak of the highest mountain in the world. Yet these early pioneers were to get within 1,700 feet of the summit: bivouac through. a blizzard; get frost-bite and windburn; and at the end of their triumphs and tribulations, return with a classic fillm of early mountaineering.
Narrator ALEXANDER JOHN , Film editor KEN BERRY
Assistant producer DAWN A. SWERLING. Producer RICHARD ROBINSON
The Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship
STEVE DAVIS should be concluding his second-round match tonight while
RAY REARDON plays his first frames
between Frank Muir
Kate O'Mara , Godfrey Smith and Arthur Marshall
Victoria Wood Tim Brooke-Taylor Referee Robert Robinson
Devised by MARK GOODSON , BILL TODMAN Directed by JOHN BISHOP Producer PAUL CIANI
Victoria Wood Tim
Last in this Forty Minutes documentary series: Bruce Anderson is at home but not at work. It is an anxious time. A low-fat diet, telephone calls and frequent trips from Colchester to
Harefield are a heavy financial burden. Although Kay Anderson now goes out to work, one by one family heirlooms are sold to pay the bills. Peter Lobo continues to maintain the perilous equilibrium between infection and rejection. He too is building a new life at home, which is much interrupted by regular and worrying setbacks. In East Lothian, the Glass family are also adjusting to a new life. Peter Lobo is alive only because 17-year-old Hazel [text removed] died in a road accident.
Film cameramen IAN HILTON, IAN MCDONALD
Film recordists RICHARD MANTON, JULIAN BALDWIN Film editor CHRISTINE GARNER
Executive producer Roger Mills
Series producer LOUISE PANTON
Directed by A. R. JOHNSTON
In the studio: Spandau Ballet Gang of Four
Vintage OGWT: Kevin Ayers (1973)
Introduced by Anne Nightingale and David Hepworth
Director TOM CORCORAN
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON
Today the people of Britain go to the polls in the first major test of national opinion since the formation of the Liberal/SDP Alliance. David Dimbleby introduces the programme with comment and interpretation from Peter Snow and Ivor Crewe and regular summaries from BBC newsrooms around the country. With Sir Robin Day
The Rt Hon Jo Grimond , MP Neil Kinnock , MP
The Rt Hon David Owen , MP and The Rt Hon James Prior , MP
Research LINDA ANDERSON Director TOM GUTTERIDGE
Producers DAVID DICKINSON and RICHARD TAIT. Editor RONALD NEIL