from Banner Cross Methodist Church, Sheffield.
A meditation in music and word
Led by the Minister, The Rev Richard Williams with the Vicar of Ecclesall, The Rev John Collie and Fr Thomas Keegan
The Service introduced by The Rev Sidney Booth
During this Service, shared by a congregation drawn from local churches and a choir from Notre Dame High School, a Procession of Witness will be moving through the town.
The service will be broadcast on Radio Sheffield so members of the Procession can listen as they walk and join in singing in the hymns.
(from BBC North)
Service led by:
The Rev. Richard
The Rev. John
The Rev. Sidney
Presented for television by:
Have you ever had the urge to fly? In this film a new boy to the air tells of his despair and delight from the mystery of the first lessons in theory to the excitement of his first solo flight.
The new boy is Dudley Foster
Written and directed by Richard Wade
from Whitfield Mount, Blackheath. Every year on Good Friday people from 20 churches converge on the Heath, carrying three great crosses. At the end ministers and priests lead a united act of worship introduced by Fr Patrick McEnroe
Introduced by Frank Bough featuring Motor Racing from Oulton Park and Rugby League from Hull.
3.5; 4.30* Motor Racing: The Guards Formula '5000' Championship Meeting
(sponsored by the Daily Express) Peter Gethin, the 1969 Formula 5000 champion, and Mike Hailwood are among the entries for today's big race at Oulton Park. The meeting also includes races for sports and GT cars.
3.45* Rugby League: Hull KR v Hull
The second half of today's big Derby game from Craven Park promises very attractive football with Hull KR semi-finalists in the Rugby League Cup and Hull holding the Yorkshire Cup.
4.55* Results Service including Football and Rugby League results, news and League Tables.
Commentator (Motor Racing):
TV Presentation (Motor Racing):
Commentator (Rugby League):
Television Presentation (Rugby League):
Tom and Jerry playing cat and mouse in a selection from the world-famous award-winning cartoon films.
by Lewis Carroll
With Bernard Cribbins
Adapted for television by Jeremy Swan
The story of the young teacher Annie Sullivan who brought a blind and deaf child to realise that she also had the ability to make a great contribution to the world.
The Galloping Gourmet
Graham Kerr takes a lighthearted look at one of his favourite recipes and cooks it with an expert eye
(A series of programmes made in Canada)
Can you stay with the younger generation, as they accept the challenge of this new and exciting presentation?
Two points, one point, or a bonus can be won for:
Feats of Memory, Quick Reaction, Depth of Knowledge, Powers of Expression
Question-Master Geoffrey Wheeler
Questions set by:
A film series starring James Drury as The Virginian.
Randy falls in love with a rancher's daughter and finds himself involved in a family feud.
by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson
Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert Steptoe, Harry H. Corbett as Harold Steptoe
This week: Steptoe and Son and Son
Featuring Ann Beach as Daphne, Glynn Edwards as George
Original theme by:
by John Galsworthy.
Dramatised by Lawrie Craig.
Starring Kenneth More, Eric Porter, Nyree Dawn Porter
Monty has returned. Jolly has died in South Africa. Soames has caused a summons for divorce to be served on Irene, citing Jo as co-respondent.
(Eric Porter is a member of The Royal Shakespeare Company)
Mischa De La
With Kenneth Kendall and Weather
from Sadler's Wells Opera at the London Coliseum
Margot Fonteyn, Rudolf Nureyev, Teresa Stratas, Placido Domingo, John Ogdon
Introduced by Keith Michell
Sadler's Wells Orchestra
Leader Barry Collins
Conductor Charles Mackerras
The ballet "Le Corsaire" conducted by:
Another chance to see the award-winning film
In September 1968 a priest called Padre Pio died in a remote convent near Foggia in the South of Italy. For 50 years he had borne on his body five bleeding wounds corresponding to the five wounds of Christ. Countless people believed he worked miracles - that he cured the sick, was capable of being in two places at once, and that he had a terrifying insight into men's minds. A hundred thousand people attended his funeral; they included scientists and doctors, bishops and cardinals, as well as the local people who loved him and who had built up a thriving tourist industry during his lifetime.
Filmed in the last months of his life, this is the story of the life and death of the priest they called a saint.
This film received the first prize in the documentary category at the First International Christian Television Week at Monte Carlo
Written and narrated by Patrick O'Donovan
God's understanding of human suffering is epitomised in the Crucifixion. For 1,500 years many sections of the Christian Church have expressed this thought in a special service called the Good Friday liturgy.
This short devotional programme explains the meaning of this ancient ritual.
(From BBC South and West)