A magazine for Asian viewers Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL
Director ASHOK RAMPAL (Birmingham)
10.45 Pope Paul 's Easter Mass celebrated in the open air at an altar in front of St Peter 's, in a vast assembly of Holy Year pilgrims from many lands.
11.55 Urbi et
Orbi pope PAUL 'S Easter Message and Blessing to the City and the World.
Introduced by FR PATRICK MCENROE
Presented by the ITALIAN TELEVISION SERVICE
Exploring the spiritual world of a new generation
Presenters Alex Dolphin and Alastair Pirrie
This special edition of the programme is the BBC entry to the Fourth International Christian Television Festival at Brighton.
Producer PETER ARMSTRONG
Introduced by DAVID RICHARDSON Almost Eggs and Bacon
Backyard bantams used to provide a breakfast egg in many homes. DOUG MOORE is still breeding and showing them ... and in Northern Ireland they're saving £2 on the production of a bacon pig.
Producer JOHN KENYON (Birmingham)
Weather for farmer;
Mr Benn and the Big Game Hunter
Story and illustration by DAVID MCKES Told by RAY BROOKS
with Victor Moore
Helen Broderick , Eric Blore
Lucky Garnett 's great weakness is gambling. When a crap game makes him late for his wedding with Margaret Watson , his bride-to-be's outraged father forbids the match until Lucky has made 25,000 dollars. He arrives in New York with just 25 cents ...
Music by JEROME KERN
Director GEORGE STEVENS
This Week's Films: page 19 THE FRED ASTAIRE STORY: a RADIO TIMES SPECIAL, 50p from newsagents
The Secrets of the Pirate's Inn Part 1
Retired sea-captain McCarthy has three enthusiastic young assistants in his search for the legendary hidden treasure of Jean Lafitte - but also an unknown enemy.
A series of six programmes 4: The Isle of Wight
Did you know that Queen Victoria once smoked? Lord Mountbatten, Governor of the Isle of Wight, reveals this in an exclusive interview. Valerie Singleton visits the island in Cowes Week and tells the story of Queen Victoria's idyllic life at Osborne House: 'Our perfect little paradise.'
ROYSTON HA1.LADAY, PHIL MEHEUX Film sound ARTHUR CHESTERMAN Film editor PETER COULSON Producer EDWARD BARNES Director SARAH HELLINGS
Two paperbacks (some title): Hong Kung and Malta, 40p; Isles of Skye, Man, and Wiuht, 40p: from bookshops
from the All England Jumping Course, Hickstead
The Wills Hickstead Tankard
Action from the International Arena where top riders compete for more than E700 prize money, and the right to compete in the British Jumping Derby in August. Introduced by DAVID VINE
CommentatorsDORIAN WILLIAMS andANN MOORE
Television presentation by FRED VINER
by ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON dramatised in six parts by MARTIN WORTH
Henry has killed James in a duel in the grounds of Durrisdeer. Or has he? When Mackellar, the steward, returns to the scene of the fight, he finds the body has gone!
Cast in order of appearance:
Script editor ALISTAIR BELL Designer GRAHAM OAKLEY
Producer MARTIN LISEMORE Director FIONA CUMMING
Weatherman JACK SCOTT
One of the real questions about the Resurrection of Jesus Christ is whether - if He rose - He is alive today, and can be known by His followers. Three Christians: Jenny Hall , actress
Harry Martindale , policeman Walter Stockdale , doctor describe how they have come to know Jesus, and the difference knowing Him has made. All three are connected with the Church of St Michael-le-Belfrey, in York, scene of tonight's Songs of Praise...
Producer RAYMOND SHORT
A special Easter celebration from the Church of St Michael-le-Belfrey, York
Introduced by REV DAVID WATSON featuring THE FISHERFOLK
Jesus Christ is risen today iLlanfair) My song is love (Love unknown)
0 Sacred Head (Passion Chorale) The strife is o'er (Vulpiusi
I know that my Redeemer lives (Church Triumphant)
Thine be the glory (Maccabeus)
Conductor ANDREW MARIES Organist ANDREW SHEPHERD
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
The family of superstars in a fast-moving musical entertainment Donny, Marie, Alan, Wayne Merrill , Jay and Jimmy with their guests Andy Williams George Osmond , Isaac Hayes
(Programme recorded in America)
John Wayne with Dean Martin , Ricky Nelson Angie Dickinson Walter Brennan
When Sheriff John T. Chance of the Texas border town of Rio Bravo arrests Joe Burdette for murder, he finds the town blockaded by Joe's powerful rancher brother. Chance gathers around him a small band of supporters -Stumpy, his regular deputy; Dude, former lawman but now a self-pitying drunk; Pat Wheeler , a wagonmaster; and his young assistant Colorado - and prepares for the inevitable showdown.
Screenplay by JULES FURTHMAN and LEIGH BRACKETT Producer and director
This Week's Films: page 19
John T Chance:
with Richard Bake * Weather
Tonight's programme is the story of a remarkable journey made by the composer/explorer David Fanshawe
That journey inspired a unique composition - energetic and exuberant, like the composer himself - a setting of the Latin Mass incorporating actual ' field ' recordings discovered as Fanshawe hitch-hiked with a tape-recorder 2,000 miles from the Mediterranean down to Lake Victoria and Mount Kenya, and from the mountains of West Sudan right across to the coast of the Red Sea.
The film retraces the places he visited and the people he met-an enormously colourful range, from belly-dancers in Cairo to Masai warriors, and shows how these impressions sparked off the creative imagination of a young Englishman as he travelled through a modern Africa that is changing constantly.
Film cameraman PETER BARTLETT Editor DAVE KING
Executive producer MIKE WOOLLM Producer HERBERT CHAPPELL