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: World Snooker

World Professional Snooker Championship
Seven days in and Round 2 gets under way in earnest in Sheffield. But durability is only one of the characteristics needed to win this title. If you can't win 13 frames, you won't make the quarter-finals!
STEVE DAVIS plays frames 9-17 against MIKE HALLETT - live coverage of that continuing match - and news, too, of the opening eight frames between TONY KNOWLES and SILVINO FRANCISCO.
Introduced from the Crucible Theatre by DAVID ICKE.

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Davis
Unknown: Mike Hallett
Unknown: Tony Knowles
Unknown: Silvino Francisco.
Unknown: David Icke.

: Fingermouse

A See-Saw programme with lain Lauchlan and Jane Hardy Percussion
Of all the percussion instruments which Music-
Man shows to Fingermouse, the triangle is his favourite. Music by RICHARD BROWN Puppets by JOANNE COLE Graphics CLARKE BEATON
Designer RICHARD BRACKENBURY Producer MICHAEL COLE (R)

Contributors

Music By: Richard Brown
Unknown: Joanne Cole
Unknown: Graphics Clarke Beaton
Designer: Richard Brackenbury
Producer: Michael Cole

: Weekend Outlook

: World Snooker

Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship Round 2
Welcome back! There's been a 20-minute lunch break ... now on with further news of the morning's play, plus the opening eight frames in the match between ALEX HIGGINS - if he's survived his first-round encounter with Tony Drago - and DENNIS TAYLOR. On the other table
STEPHEN HENDRY and JIMMY WHITE play the middle eight frames of their match - and only a tournament like this could throw up a second-round clash certainly worthy of being a semi-final! Good viewing just the same.
DAVID ICKE introduces tales of the tussles from the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield. including at 2.00 and 3.00 News and Weather
3.50 News and Weather
Regional News and Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Alex Higgins
Unknown: Tony Drago
Unknown: Dennis Taylor.
Unknown: Stephen Hendry
Unknown: Jimmy White
Introduces: David Icke

: The Glorious Gloucesters

The year is 1951, the people of Britain are rebuilding their lives after the Second World
War, prices are spiralling and Festival magic is in the air. Yet on the other side of the world, men from the Gloucestershire Regiment are about to fight an epic battle in a forgotten war - on the Imjin River in Korea. Outnumbered 30 to one, with no food, no sleep and dwindling ammunition, barely 1,000 Gloucesters held two Chinese armies at bay for four days and nights.
Thirty-seven years on, the veterans of that conflict remember the gallantry of those who died and the cruelty and privation suffered at the hands of their captors.

: World Snooker

World Professional Snooker Championship
Further coverage from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, as Round 2 matches continue.
Introduced by DAVID VINE Commentators
TED LOWE
JACK KARNEHM
CLIVE EVERTON
Summarisers
JOHN SPENCER
JOHN VIRGO
EDDIE CHARLTON
Television presentation MIKE ADLEY WENDY SHEPPARD
PETER HAYWARD
Producers KEITH MACKENZIE and KEITH PHILLIPS
Executive producers IAN EDWARDS and NICK HUNTER

Contributors

Introduced By: David Vine
Unknown: Ted Lowe
Unknown: Jack Karnehm
Unknown: Clive Everton
Unknown: John Spencer
Unknown: John Virgo
Unknown: Eddie Charlton
Unknown: Mike Adley
Unknown: Wendy Sheppard
Unknown: Peter Hayward
Producers: Keith MacKenzie
Unknown: Keith Phillips
Producers: Ian Edwards
Producers: Nick Hunter

: Young Musician of the Year

String Semi-Final Humphrey Burton introduces 11 of this country's most promising young string players who compete tonight to go forward to next Thursday's final. The panel of adjudicators includes violinist Pan Hon Lee , cellist Robert Cohen , harp player Marisa Robles , music administrator Louis Carus and resident adjudicator
Professor Alun Hoddinott. The last Young Musician of the Year in 1986 was the first time a string player had won. Will one of tonight's players repeat Alan Brind 's triumph? Sound GRAHAM HAINES Lighting RON MINTY
Administrator ROSEMARY SADLER Executive producer ROY TIPPING Director HILARY BOULDING

Contributors

Introduces: Humphrey Burton
Violinist: Pan Hon Lee
Harp: Robert Cohen
Unknown: Marisa Robles
Unknown: Louis Carus
Unknown: Professor Alun Hoddinott.
Unknown: Alan Brind
Unknown: Rosemary Sadler
Director: Hilary Boulding

: On the House

Pattie Coldwell offers a step-by-step safety guide to choosing and using ladders, while Rick Ball sees what's new in modern British design. Harry Greene goes round the houses giving advice on exterior timber treatments at Number 1 Pebble Mill and restoring the bay sash window at Number 50. Producer ANDREW MEIKLE
Series producer STEPHANIE SILK BBC Pebble Mill
For fact sheet send a cheque or postal order (payable to Housefax) to:
Housefax,[address removed]; 95pfor double issue (5 and 6) or £4.30 for whole series (1-10)

Contributors

Unknown: Rick Ball
Design: Harry Greene

: Weekend

Guy Michelmore presents a live preview of the places to go and things to do in the region, and with reporters Nigel Farrell and Penny
Bustin helps you to make the most of your weekend.
With up-to-the-minute AA road reports and weather. Producer PETER LOWE
Editor COLIN STANBRIDGE BBC South and East
(Regional programme - for variations see below)
0 FEATURE: page 23

Contributors

Unknown: Guy Michelmore
Reporters: Nigel Farrell
Producer: Peter Lowe

: Gardeners' World

from Barnsdale with Geoff Hamilton and Anne Swithinbank
Mei Qing , Komatsuma and Besai are not martial arts but vegetables. Joy Larkcom is back from China with plants and ideas for growing a lot in a small space. The rock garden has got out of hand and needs refurbishing, and there is advice on the best way to take stem cuttings from houseplants.
Bill Symondson , Gardeners' World's slug expert, gives more advice on how to get rid of the varmints. Production assistant CHRISTINE HARDMAN
Producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
Plant list on Ceefaxpage 261
'The Gardeners' World Handbook; with useful and easy-to-follow advice for the keen gardener, including tips from Geoff Hamilton on paving a path and Anne Swithinbank on houseplants. is now available from booksellers, price E4.95.

Contributors

Unknown: Geoff Hamilton
Unknown: Anne Swithinbank
Unknown: Mei Qing
Unknown: Bill Symondson
Unknown: Christine Hardman
Producer: John Kenyon
Unknown: Geoff Hamilton
Unknown: Anne Swithinbank

: World Snooker

World Professional Snooker Championship Round2
A 30-minute soupcon of snooker - with STEVE DAVIS concluding his second round match tonight and TONY KNOWLES and SILVINO
FRANCISCO on t'other table. Back in a couple of hours with more!
Introduced from the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield by DAVID VINE
Commentators TED LOWE
JACK KARNEHM
CLIVE EVERTON
Summarisers JOHN SPENCER
JOHN VIRGO. EDDIE CHARLTON

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Davis
Unknown: Tony Knowles
Commentators: Ted Lowe
Unknown: Jack Karnehm
Unknown: Clive Everton
Unknown: Summarisers John Spencer
Unknown: John Virgo.

: Review

Andy Warhol - at Home
Ten thousand items of art, antiques and contemporary memorabilia hoarded by Andy Warhol are to be auctioned tomorrow by Sotheby's in New York. In Warhol's Manhattan townhouse friends, lawyers, shop owners and bodyguards talk about this massive private collection that belies the public image of the late prophet of pop art. The Mahabharata
Peter Brook's stunning 'epic history of mankind', based on a vast and ancient Sanskrit text, has been hailed as a theatrical masterpiece throughout the world.
David Freeman reports from Glasgow where this nine-hour marathon received its
British premiere.
Directors JAKE AUERBACH
CHARLES CHABOT. ALEX MARENGO Producer JOHN WHISTON Editor JOHN ARCHER

Contributors

Unknown: Andy Warhol
Unknown: David Freeman
Directors: Jake Auerbach
Unknown: Charles Chabot.
Unknown: Alex Marengo
Producer: John Whiston
Editor: John Archer

: Secret Services

The Press
We all demand services few of us would want to provide. The people who do these jobs - who meet our needs and answer our desires - often face ignorance, suspicion, even abuse. This series looks at such 'secret services' and the people who provide them.
Tonight's film examines three weeks in the undercover world of a Sunday Mirror investigative reporter. The popular press has itself had a bad press, with accusations of dubious morals and relentless triviality.
Yet we need a free press - and journalists prepared to dig out the information others want concealed ... Researcher NICK SHEARMAN
Film editor CHARLES ALDRIDGE Photography GRAHAM FRAKE Producer STEVE TIMMINS BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Shearman
Editor: Charles Aldridge
Producer: Steve Timmins

: Newsnight

The last word on world events analysed by Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick with international reports by David Sells
Charles Wheeler Gavin Esler and Julian O'Halloran
Plus political and economic reports from Adam Raphael Nick Clark , Will Hutton Producers MARK DAMAZER LIZ RAMSAY. KEITH BOWERS
DOMINIC CAMERON , EILEEN FITT Editor JOHN MORRISON

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Snow
Unknown: Donald MacCormick
Unknown: David Sells
Unknown: Charles Wheeler
Unknown: Gavin Esler
Unknown: Julian O'Halloran
Unknown: Adam Raphael
Unknown: Nick Clark
Unknown: Will Hutton
Producers: Mark Damazer
Producers: Liz Ramsay.
Producers: Keith Bowers
Unknown: Dominic Cameron
Unknown: Eileen Fitt
Editor: John Morrison

: Weatherview

: World Snooker

Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship
STEVE DAVIS concludes his second round match this evening - one good reason for staying up - and on the other table it should be TONY KNOWLES and SILVINO FRANCISCO playing the second session of their match. It's the best of 25 frames.
DAVID VINE brings further coverage from the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield.

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Davis
Unknown: Tony Knowles








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