6.50 Education: Literacy in Jamaica
7.15 Biology: What is Development?
7.40 17th-century Navigation
8.30 Potsdam: The Aftermath
8.55 Social Sciences: The Newcomer
9.20 A Woman's Place?
9.45 Maths: Area Games
10.10 Mendelssohn's Dream
10.35 Science: Elements Discovered
11.0 The Language of Advancement
11.25 An Introduction to Sociology
11.50 The Romantic Poets in the Alps
12.15 Images and Information
12.40 Chemistry: Reaction Mechanisms
1.5 More than Meets the Eye
1.30 Minerals Under the Microscope
Introduced by Steve Rider Motor Racing San Marino Grand Prix
If a car travels at 119 mph for 94.5 minutes and two men talk separately at an average speed of 140 wpm, what's it got to do with an Italian and a water lily, and what did MURRAY WALKER have for breakfast? Answers elsewhere please. The 'go' at 2.0. Ice Hockey Heineken League
Championship Play-offs The frozen equivalent of the World Series. Fife won last time, Durham took the League. If either or both made the semis, they get on at 3.30 and ALAN WEEKS.
World Snooker Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship
Should be SILVINO FRANCISCO and TONY KNOWLES , snappier dressers in the ranks there are not. Jeans are permitted, though seldom chosen by the commentators.
Squash Hi-Tec British Open
The men's final. JAHANGIR hasn't been too well and might not have played, which will come as a relief to the trophy engraver. (He's won four times).
STUART STOREY and IAN ROBINSON reporting.
Television presentation: Motor Racing RA1. Italy
Ice Hockey JOHNNIE WATHERSTON Snooker NICK HUNTER Squash HUW JONES
Studio producer CAMPBELL FERGUSON
Assistant editor BRIAN BARWICK Producer MARTIN HOPKINS Editor JOHN PHILIPS
Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton with PAUL BURDEN
LUKE CASEY , MARK ROGERSON and MALCOLM WILSON
The Modem Major-General
A profile of Graham Day , who next Thursday takes over as Chairman of British Leyland. Canadian-born, scourge of British shipbuilders and lover of Gilbert and Sullivan, Day once directed TV musicals in his spare time. In the last three years he has closed shipyards, sacked managers and cut his work-force with cool single-mindedness.
What are his plans for British Leyland?
Studio director DON HARLEY Producer MIKE SCHOOLEY Editor JONATHAN CRANE
The Concerto Final
Tonight the cream of this year's entry to BBCtv's competition - a pianist, a wind player, a string player and a brass player - compete in the Free Trade Hall in Manchester for the title and a place in the Eurovision Young Musician of the Year competition in Copenhagen on 27 May.
The final takes place in the presence of the Patron of the competition, Her Royal
Highness The Duchess of Kent. Bryden Thomson conducts the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra leader DENNIS SIMONS
Introduced by Humphrey Burton with expert comment by the conductor Jane Glover
The distinguished members of the jury are Jack Brymer Erich Gruenberg , John Lill Harry Mortimer , David Ellis Alun Hoddinott
John Manduell and Bryden Thomson
The result will be announced by the chairman of the jury, Lady Barbirolli.
Sound GRAHAM HAINES Lighting HENRY BURDIN Producer HELEN MORTON
Executive producer ROY TIPPING Director VINCENT DOWDALL
An 11-part series starring
Marita Breuer Jorg Richter
Gudrun Landgrebe 9: Little
Hermann Maria 's adolescent son,
Hermann, is her pride and joy, until his unconventional initiation into love shocks his mother and divides the family.
(A German series with English subtitles. Part 10 tomorrow at 9.0pm)
Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship
CLIFF THORBURN (seeded 3) and KIRK STEVENS (5) hope to represent Canada's expectations tonight.
DAVID TAYLOR (seeded 14) and EDDIE CHARLTON (12) are expected to provide the opposition.
DAVID VINE introduces highlights of this evening's second-round matches from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.