6.5 Modern Art: Kirchner. 6.30 Oceanography: Waves. 6.55 Power Plants of the Cell. 7.20 Electrons and Atoms. 7.45 The Peak Experience.
Story: Josh Jolly 's Party by JOYCE THOMSETT Presenters
Rosalind Wilson , Don Spencer
World Professional Championship from The Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
Today the Championship moves into the quarter-final stages.
This morning the final pair of second-round matches are concluded; this afternoon at 3.15 the quarter-finals continue as the original field of 73 is narrowed down to the eight who are in contention for the really big money - and the world title.
Commentators TED LOWE
JACK KARNEHMj CLIVE EVERTON
No school thinks it has enough money, but London schools are luckier than most. In London, through the AUR scheme, ILEA ensures that schools have a bigger say in the money they get and the way they spend it. RON GLATTER looks at how the scheme works in two contrasting primary schools.
Producer NICK BRENTON
A BBC/Open University production
in the company of David Hepworth and Mark Ellen takes its own look at the rock scene.
With studio guests Pale Fountains and Big Country
On video Neil Young
Plus news, views, clues and reviews.
Director tonc CORCORAN
Producer MICIIAEL apputton"
Frame of the Day
DAVID VINE introduces a -vital frame as well as the latest news of this evening's quarterfinal matches from The CrAierble Theatre, Sheffield. - ..' :
with subtitles, followed by Weather
opens a season of films starring Hollywood's legendary actress.
Also starring Tom Ewell with Evelyn Keyes, Sonny Tufts
Billy Wilder's screen version of George Axelrod 's famous comedy firmly established Marilyn as a major star and sex symbol. She displays an enormous talent for comedy as 'The girl' who rents an apartment upstairs from a middle-aged business executive and who innocently becomes the object of his sexual fantasies. In the role he originally created on Broadway, Tom Ewell is at his deadpan best as the grass widower with the 'itch' for infidelity.
4: Strategies for Survival
From the moment of their birth birds must struggle for survival. As fledgelings they must learn to fly and avoid predators, then in winter they must grapple with the danger of starvation. Only the strongest and cleverest survive until the next breeding season.
Film editor AL GELL
Producer RON BLOOMFIELD
by PETER ADAWON
Ten yea on the borderlands of the Sahara, thousands of people starved to death during the Great Sahel Drought. Since then the yearly rainjs. have returned, but each year millions of people still struggle to grow enough food to make "one harvest stretch to the next. This' film tetts the'story of just two of them.
After two visits to a small village in Upper Volta, Peter Adamson has re-created the story of Minata and Boureima. It tells of their personal struggle to survive and of the 10-year-old daughter who was about to become a woman - in the week of Sweet water.
Photography bavib south Sound DAVID BRINICQMBE
Production assistant JANINA kolodziej Film editor fetebiooIe Producer david wiLLACt
World Professional Championship from the Crucible theatre, Sheffield
DAVID VINE introduces highlights
( For details see BBC1 at 9.0)
Introduced by DAVID VINE
A iorry manufacturer's problems are used to investigate what critical path analysis can accomplish
12.40 Psychology: Landing an Aircraft
Using the problem of landing an aircraft the programme discusses the cues for perception-of distance, height and speed.