6.05 Maths: Functions
6.30 Conflict In the Family
7.20 Occupations: Brian's Britain
7.45 Immigration Officers
Story: Which is My Room? by NICK WILSON. Presenters
Rosalind Wilson , Don Spencer
World Projessional Championship from The Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
According to the seedings, ALEX
HIGGINS (No 1) should be playing STEVE DAVIS (No 4).
DAVID VINE previews both semi-finals and introduces live coverage of the afternoon's session.
Development through education has been the watchword for the new Republic of Tanzania.
Producer SUZANNE CAMPBELL-JONES
A BBC/Open University production
Painter Neil Shawcross goes walk-about with the children of Beechfield Primary School in East Belfast. The resultant murals are exclusively the children's work.
BBC Northern Ireland
A series in nine parts
Episode 8 by BARRY PURCHESE
Although Mr Humphries is certainly a provider of work, Tucker is less than happy with the financial rewards. With his bike to pay for. is it time to flex some industrial muscle?
Series devised by PHIL REDMOND Film editor KEN PEARCE
Film cameramanDAVID south Designer JOHN COLEMAN
Producer DAVID HARGREAVES Director CHRIS MENAUL
Book Forty Days of Tucker J , £5.95 from booksellers
Michelle Passmore /:
Manager of betting shop:
with Nicky Croydon , Bob Goody Lent Harper , Billy Hartman
Trevor Laird and Kjartan Poskitt
Dear Heart magazine zaps on to your screen with a new look for 1983.
Bob's cutting up patients; Trevor's depressed; Leni and Nicky have a new product to improve your figure; and Billy is determined to get into Lincoln green. Flip through the pages for the naughty bits, and grab a laugh on the way.
Choreographer SALLY GILPIN
Musical director MICHAEL OMER Designer BRUCE MACADIE Director DAVID CRICHTON Producer JUDY WHITFIELD
with subtitles, followed by Weather
Frame of the Day The Semi-finals
DAVID VINE introduces a vital frame from this afternoon's first match, and, at 7.30, live coverage of the start of the second semi-final.
The first of five lectures Meryl Streep at the National Film Theatre
Only six years ago Meryl Streep was a little-known actress on the New York stage. Today she is a film superstar, the winner of this year's 'Best Actress' Hollywood Oscar for her performance in Sophie's Choice. Tonight, in her
Guardian Lecture, she talks to lain Johnstone about her films, her leading men - and the ordeal of the Oscar ceremony.
She also answers questions from the audience at the National Film Theatre.
Film extracts include: Kramer vs Kramer
The French Lieutenant's Woman
Director TONY TYLEY
Producer ALLAN KASSELL
The first of ten programmes Presented by Henry Kelly and Susan Grossman with drinks correspondent, Jilly Goolden
This popular programme returns with a varied menu of stories, blending the entertaining and the exotic with items of consumer interest and simple new ideas for an activity common to everyone: eating and drinking.
Among tonight's stories the solution to the great sweetbread mystery; the county where rhubarb has been turned into a . religion; and a careful tasting of the latest wines on the . market, all the way from
Director ROBERT TONER
Producer PETER BAZALGETTE ,
The Embassy World Professional Championship from Sheffield
Ex-world champion RAY REARDON (No 2) and CLIFF THORBURN (No 3) were seeded to meet in tonight's second semi-final. Both men have shown a welcome return to form this year but will have done very we'll to have justified their favouritism.
DAVID VINE introduces highlights.
Mutiny at Invergordon
On Tuesday 15 September 1931 the men of Britain's Atlantic Fleet mutinied. They refused to sail their ships south from their Scottish anchorage at Invergordon in protest against severe pay cuts proposed by the new National Government. The mutiny lasted for little more than 24 hours, but few of the men and officers serving with the Atlantic Fleet have ever forgotten the events of that September over 50 years ago, or for-their promise that there would _ be no victimisation of any of the leading mutineers. Narrated by ANDREW FAULDS
Film editor SAXON LOGAN
Producer CHRISTOPHER COOK
Introduced by Tony Soper
The film that Ronald Reagan would prefer the Americans not to see.
This controversial Canadian film exposes the impact of acid rain on the countryside - a menace that shows no respect for national boundaries.
A NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA film TV preseitation by MARION ZUNZ BBC Bristol
DAVID VINE with further coverage
DAVID VINE introduces the latest news of the semi-finals.
12.15 Measuring with Light
An unknown gas is analysed into its constituents using the Michelson Interferometer. an experiment based on intersecting waves of light.
12.40 Other People's Children
This programme examines how Manchester's planning for sixth form re-organisation was affected by alternative DES proposals.