A vintage selection of songs and dances to celebrate the arrival and festive mood of spring. Presented and produced by SALEEM SHAHED
5: The Need to Know
This film looks at the problems of communication in the workplace. How much or how little should a supervisor tell his or her colleagues? What do they need to know? Do the timing and the choice of means affect the message?
Assistant producer SALLY KIRKWOOD Producer ROBERT CLAMP
5: What did Sir Joshua Reynolds , Queen Victoria, Gladstone,
Queen Alex andra and Sir Winston Churchill have in common?
They aU used hearing aids - and theirs are only some of the historic hearing aids that we show in this programme. This week's sketch is set in the outpatients' department of a hospital.
Director JOHN BROOKE
Producer BRIGIT BARRY
The last of five lectures from the Royal Institution on a theme for the 80s.
PROFESSOR A. B. HALSEY
Director FRANK ASH ASK
Producer ROGER OWEN
Professor A. B.
from St George's
Cathedral, Southwark Chief concelebrant of today's special Mass, broadcast live, is
MICHAEL BOWEN , Roman Catholic Archbishop of Southwark. The theme of the Mass is the disabled, some of whom will be taking part in readings and in the offertory procession.
Hymns: Ye sons and daughters of the Lord (French melody, 17th century); Seek ye first the kingdom of God (Karen Lafferty); Jesus Christ is risen today (Lyra bavidica 1708); This joyful Eastertide (Dutch melody, 17th century); Our Father (setting by Rimsky-Korsakov)
Communion Anthem: Hallelujah Chorus from Messiah (Handel)
Administrator THE REV JAMES PANNETT Director of music ANNE ADAMS Organist SHAUN MACCARTHY
TV presentation by RALPH ROLLS
Pope John Paul II gives his Easter Blessing to the city and the world. FR CRISPIAN HOLLIS describes the scene in the square before St Peter 's in Rome.
Presented by the ITALIAN TV SERVICE
With JOAN GREENWOOD
LYNDON BROOK and VIRGINIA STRIDE The last of a ten-part series Written by N. F. SIMPSON The Birthday Party
With PHILIP WRIXON and DAN CHERRINGTON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers
Eight programmes for parents 5: Could Do Better?
What should you do if you think your child could be doing better at school? This programme gives you a list of questions to ask yourself and some ideas for finding help.
Series producer JENNY ROGERS Produced by MARY SPRENT
For further advice on this week's topic you can ring [number removed]on Tuesday 28 April during office hours
For free information sheets on this series, please send a 15p sae, 12in x 9in, to [address removed]
starring and It all begins on a drowsy, summer day by the Thames. The Liddell sisters are having a picnic but Alice is feeling so sleepy, she hardly notices when Mr Dodgson starts telling one of his stories ...
Produced by josef SHAFTEL Written and directed by WILLIAM STERLING. Films: page 12
the White Rabbit:
the Mad Hatte:
the Mock Turtle:
the Cheshire Cat:
the King of Hearts:
the Queen of Hearts:
the March Hare:
the Knave of Hearts:
Two of Spades:
Introduced by Frank Bough featuring
International Diving from Crystal Palace
The Martini European Cup
The Men's Highboard and the Women's Springboard Finals
East Germany and the USSR between them won ten of the 12 Olympic diving medals in Moscow, including all six in today's classifications. An in-form CHRISTOPHER SNODE will be hoping to break their domination in the 10m event. Commentators
ALAN WEEKS and BRIAN PHELPS and International
Show Jumping from Hickstead featuring
The Kerrygold Cup
The major class of this Easter meeting consists of two rounds and a jump-off against the clock if required. The total prize money is E15,000, with a third of that going to the winner. Commentators
Plus news from the Embassy World Professional Snooker Championships Television presentation: Diving JOHN philips
Show Jumping JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
Producer Grandstand MARTIN hopkins Editor Grandstand HAROLD ANDERSON
Introduced by Jimmy Hill
Highlights of yesterday's Football League action with comments and analysis from the personalities involved.
Commentators DAVID COLEMAN BARRY DAVIES , JOHN MOTSON News round-up BOB WILSON
Producers JOHN SHREWSBURY, JOHN WATTS Series producer FRED VINER Editor MIKE MURPHY
with Peter Woods ; Weatherman
This week: Monmouth
Arthur Negus and a team of Britain's leading experts from the world of art and antiques continue on the road. They meet the Public informally and discuss treasured possessions brought along for their assessment.
Presented by Angela Rippon
Director ROY CHAPMAN
ProducerROBIN DRAKE. BBC Bristol
appeals on behalf of St Loye's College, Exeter where the physically disabled are trained for work in commerce and industry.
Donations, preferably by crossed PO or cheque to Sir Douglas Bader, St Loye's College for Training the Disabled, [address removed]
from St Albans
Choirs and congregations gather in the Abbey overlooking the fields of Roman Verulamium, in which Britain's first Christian martyr died. He was Alban, a Roman soldier, and the first Abbey was built to his memory. Michael Barratt sees the meaning of Easter through the eyes of local people who sing their favourite hymns in the Cathedral and Abbey Church of St Alban.
Jesus Christ is risen today (Easter hymn): 0 sacred head (Passion chorale); God of mercy and compassion (Au sang qu'un Dieu); Our father God, thy name we praise (Mit Freuden zart); Holi thou my hand! (Strength and stay): For all the saints (Sine Nomine): Come down, 0 love divine (Down Ampney); All my hope (Michael) Conductor STEPHEN DARLINGTON Organist ANDREW PARNELL
Producer CHRISTIAN FORSSANDER Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
The last of a seven-part comedy series by Roy Clarke
Starring Ronnie Barker and David Jason
with Lynda Baron
Nurse Gladys Emmanuel:
The sumptuous luxury of the most famous train in the world makes a fitting setting for the most famous murder investigation by Agatha Christie's inimitable detective, Hercule Poirot.
Shortly after its departure from Istanbul, the Orient Express makes an unscheduled stop during the night. Snow is blocking the line. The passengers sleep on. Except for a small, moustachioed Belgian with indigestion and another man - a murderer ...
Screenplay by PAUL DEHN
Produced by JOHN BRABOURNE and RICHARD GOODWIN
Directed by SIDNEY LUMET Films: page 12
Christians and Jews in Oberammergau
An Everyman film for Easter-
Oberammergau - a tiny village in the Bavarian Alps, but a world-famous one. For one summer season every decade the villagers perform the Passion of Christ, and hundreds of thousands of spectators come to see it. The play is a spectacular act of faith: it goes back nearly 350 years, involves virtually every member of the village, lasts five hours in performance and is, in scale and longevity, unique.
But for more than a decade, the play has also been the source of great controversy. Is it anti-Semitic? Does it project the right image of Christianity? Should it be replaced, or changed, or even stopped? The controversy has been considered at the highest levels of the Roman Catholic Church, and has also divided the village into warring camps, as first one faction, then another, has gained control. Oberammergau performed the play last summer for the 34th time. In this special Easter film Everyman presents excerpts from it, and reports on a controversy whose implications go to the very roots of Christianity.
Narrator PETER FRANCE
Film cameraman KEITH HOPPER Film editor JOHN LYTE Producer DANIEL WOLF
Everyman editor ANDREW BARR
A series of eight films made by the BBC, Danmarksradio, Radio-Tele-Luxembourg and ZDF Wiesbaden about the way the outside world sees Western Europe.
4: The Turkish Gamble (part 2)
Turkey's future, in Europe or out of it, depends on an enormous technological and political gamble. This second BBC film looks at the odds.
Reporter NICK HARMAN
Film editor Richard SEEL Producer PETER DUNKLEY
as Sergeant Bilko
The one and only Bilko continues to con everyone in sight.