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6.50 Ethnic Minorities
7.15 Life History Interviews
7.40 A Woman's Hospital?
8.5 Music: Harmony
8.30 A Year with Three Children
8.55 Maths Methods: Forecasting
9.20 A Woman's Place?
9.45 Maths: Area Games
10.10 Pure Maths: Continuity
10.35 Computing: Simplex Method
11.0 Technology: More Than Meets the Eye
11.25 Education: Class 32
11.50 Biology: What is Development?
12.15 Immigration Officers
12.40 'Who's Your Teacher. Mum?'
1.5 Michelangelo
130 Canal and Harbour Modelling

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced from the World Snooker Championship by Desmond Lynam
World Snooker
And it's the Embassy
'Worlds', and it's big first prize that dominates this afternoon's offering, with eight frames more for your delectation. Should that be precisely to your liking, can you be tempted further by some....
Squash from London
Davies and Tate British Open Championship
...in the breaks. More finals from the big glass box at
Wembley where something strange has happened to the little black ball.
Commentating on the snooker are TED LOWE,
JACK KARNEHM. CLIVE EVERTON and Time in for fast and furious actionforsquashhonours
JIM MEADOWCROFT , with STUART STOREY at the squash. Television presentation: Snooker NICK HUNTER Squash HOW JONES
Assistant editor BRIAN BARWICK Producer MARTIN HOPKINS Editor JOHN PHILIPS

Contributors

Unknown: Desmond Lynam
Unknown: Jack Karnehm.
Unknown: Jim Meadowcroft
Unknown: Stuart Storey
Editor: Brian Barwick

: News Review

Moira Stuart looks at the best news pictures of the week. With subtitles.
Editor BOB MCDOUGALL

Contributors

Unknown: Moira Stuart
Editor: Bob McDougall

: World Snooker

The Embassy
World Professional Snooker Championship from the Crucible Theatre,
Sheffield
The Final (frames 24-35)
Seventeen days ago the 32 top players in the world began the trail to glory to win the world crown. Now two remain and have already completed 24 frames of the toughest match in this sport. The last 11 frames this evening will decide who will be the 1985 World Snooker
Champion and a small matter of E60,000 for being the title winner.
DAVID VINE introduces live coverage of this final session, together with the magic moments of this afternoon's session.
Commentators
TED LOWE , JACK KARNEHM
CLIVE EVERTON
Technical co-ordinator GEOFF LOMAS Producers KEITH PHILLIPS
KEITH MACKENZIE , KEITH ADLEY PETER HAMILTON
Executive producer NICK HUNTER

Contributors

Unknown: Ted Lowe
Unknown: Jack Karnehm
Unknown: Geoff Lomas
Producers: Keith Phillips
Unknown: Keith MacKenzie
Unknown: Keith Adley
Unknown: Peter Hamilton
Producer: Nick Hunter

: Bleak House

by CHARLES DICKENS
Dramatised in eight episodes by ARTHUR HOPCRAFT starring Diana Rigg Denholm Elliott
3: Lady Dedlock's interest in the dead law-writer has waned. She has instructed Tulkinghorn to cease enquiries.
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur Hopcraft
Unknown: Diana Rigg
Unknown: Denholm Elliott

: World Snooker

The Embassy
World Professional Snooker Championship
Highlights of the Final.








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