Man in the Iron Mask Part 2
The piratical adventures of the rumbustious Captain Pugwash and his daredevil crew - not forgetting Tom, the cabin boy.
Stories from the Bible told with pictures
5: Daniel and Jonah
Storyteller RAY SMITH Designers
PAUL BIRKBECK GRAHAM MCCALLUM
Music RAYMOND PREMRU
Adapted for television and produced by MOLLY COX
Introduced by Tony Gubba
Cross-Country from Hickstead
The Wills Hickstead Cross-Country Team Event for the BBC Grandstand Trophy
Show jumpers, eventers, jockeys and lady-jockeys, Army riders, hunting personalities and dress-age experts have entered this exciting new competition. Teams of five competitors jump, simultaneously, round a demanding one-and-a-half-mile course for prize money of £1,000. Commentators
DORIAN WILLIAMS and RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD
SAM LEITCH introduces action, personalities and the latest news on the first day of the holiday fixtures.
Television presentation at Hickstead ALAN MOUNCER
Grandstand producer BRIAN VENNER Grandstand editor ALAN HART
Giant Leeks and Magic Brews
Those southerners who know about the North East leek contests regard them as just a joke. But there is more to them than that. For men like BRIAN SHAVE of Lyton Leek Club, leek growing is a tie with a traditional culture that is firmly held on to despite social change.
Executive producer BRIDGET WINTER
Producer COLIN THOMAS (from Bristol)
A new comedy film series starring the master of the house Grace, and the lady of the house The Chess Game
Albert unavoidably bumps into Trevor, an old school chum who is a notorious snob. When the Duttons go away for the weekend Albert decides - very rashly - to impress Trevor by pretending to be his own wealthy employer.
Albert, the butler:
Jane, the cook:
Told by Ray Brooks
A Good Friday devotion from St Matthew 's, Northampton, the home of two great works of art: Henry Moore 's Madonna and Child and Graham Sutherland 's The Crucifixion.
In their light Canon John Tinsley of Leeds University reflects upon the Christian mystery of life and death.
Readings and prayers led by the Vicar, REV CHARLES MOXON
Organist and choirmaster STEPHEN CLEOBURY
Producer STEWART CROSS
Director MICHAEL SHOESMITH
Introduced by Tony Gubba
Showjumping from the All England Jumping Course, Hickstead
The Wills Ambassador Stakes
Outside broadcast cameras cover the day's main showjumping event - a two-round competition with the top ten horses in the first round jumping off over an enlarged course, for prize money of £800.
Commentator DORIAN WILLIAMS
Rugby League from Warrington
Warrington v Widnes
Commentator EDDIE WARING
4.45 Final Score: classified football results, rugby results and news of the day's main events.
Showjumping DAVID KENNING Rugby RAY LAKELAND
On 20 February 100 boys and girls left the plains of Lincolnshire for a skiing expedition in the mountains of the Massif Central in Southern France.
This is the story of their experiences.
Film editor jim TOBIN
Film cameraman jim SAUNDERS
Producer BRIAN HAWKINS (from Bristol)
with Peter Woods
Weatherman KEITH BEST
(London and South East only: Today's Sport Colour)
Music and comedy introduced by Ray Moore with The Ballet Folklorico de Mexico
The King's Singers Six blended voices
Peter Gloviczki : a sleight-of-hand magician from Hungary
Jeannie C. Riley: a leading country music lady from Nashville
The Dapper Dans
A comedy chorus from the USA Rod Hull and his Emu
An unusual comedy duo
Madeline Bell , Jimmy Helms and Doris Troy in search of soul
Los de Tauro
A Paraguayan quartet
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir A big choral sound
The Hungarian Herdsmen
Master horsemen from the plains
The Chinese Acrobatic Theatre of Shanghai
Oriental grace and charm
Olivia Newton-John sings a duet with George Hamilton IV
Holiday on Ice
An American ice extravaganza
Compiled and presented by DOUGLAS HESPE
Another chance to sample the most popular natural history series ever shown. Now four from the original six films are brought together for a programme entirely on Borneo.
The swamps, jungles and caves are featured and star attractions are the flying snakes, mud skippers, fiddler crabs, the rare proboscis monkey, the strange Punan tribe and the great variety of jungle wildlife around them. Finally, the famous and huge pile of bat guano covered with a carpet of golden cockroaches which
David Attenborough tackles in his search for the story of bird's-nest soup.
Producer RICHARD BROCK (from Bristol)
Attenborough magic (EVENING STANDARD) Marvellous shots of flying squirrels and that terror of the drinking man, flying snakes (SUNDAY TIMES)
by John Elliot
Starring Gayle Hunnicutt, Charles Kay, Barry Foster, Freddie Jones, Patrick Stewart, Lynn Farleigh, Ursula Howells, David Collings
Nicholas: "I intend to maintain the principle of absolute autocracy, as firmly as my dear father."
Witte: "Then your Imperial Highness will have to rely on miracles."
Fall of Eagles, 95p, from bookshops
Gayle force: page 4
with Kenneth Kendall and Peter Woods and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weather
Michael Flanders introduces two international stars from the world of opera, Bulgarian bass Nicolai Ghiaurov and English soprano Catherine Wilson.
From the Royal Ballet Doreen Wells and David Wall make a return visit in pas-de-deux from one of Ashton's most famous ballets.
George Malcolm , master of the harpsichord, and the young Israeli violinist Miriam Fried complete this Good Friday gala.
London Philharmonic Orchestra led by DENNIS SIMONS conducted by John Matheson
Costumes ODETTE BARROW Make-up JAN HARRISON Sound ADRIAN STOCKS
Lighting DAVE SYDENHAM Designer KENNETH SHARP Producer PATRICIA FOY
(Nicolai Ghiaurov , Doreen Wells , David Wall and John Matheson appear by permission of the General Administrator, Royal Opera House Covent Garden; Catherine Wilson by courtesy of Scottish Opera)
starring Laird Cregar
Linda Darnell , George Sanders
George Bone , a mentally disturbed composer, becomes infatuated with a singer but when she rejects him the last vestiges of his self-control disappear.
This atmospheric thriller set in Edwardian London marked the last screen appearance of arch screen villain Laird Cregar who died months after the film was completed. He co-stars with the movies' most famous cad, the late George Sanders.
Screenplay by BARRE LYNDON
Based on the novel by PATRICK HAMILTON Director JOHN BRAHM. Films: page 9
George Harvey Bone:
Sir Henry Chapman:
The Tranquillity of Order
Into the Benedictine Monastery at Ampleforth come two young postulants. Gone are hopes of wealth, marriage and independence. But in their place is the eventual prospect of inner contentment and peace - always provided they can school themselves to reject one world by embracing the disciplines of the other.
Film editor PAM BOSWORTH Director TIM KING
From a rockface in the Peak District of Derbyshire PETER FIRTH concludes a series of meditations for Holy Week. 4: The Ascent