with Frank Bough and Fern Britton
For regular features see Monday
Gardening Tips from Alan Titchmarsh between 7.30 and 7.45
Pop News between 7.45 and 8.0
Food and Cooking with Glynn Christian between 8.30 and 9.0
with Richard Whitmore and Frances Coverdale Weather IAN MCCASKILL
(London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Travel editor Jill Crawshaw has some pre-Easter advice, Alan Price provides the music and Peter Seabrook has more gardening hints.
A See-Saw programme
Beak In, Chest Out, Strut About
Birds display in the spring; swans nest, have young, and swim witn cygnets on their backs. Music and narration by DEREK GRIFFITHS Film editor ANDREW JOHNSTON
Producer MICHAEL COLE
with John Loder
In the second of two films from her most popular era, Gracie Fields plays an ambitious working-girl infatuated with the star of a musical. A hilarious adventure ensues when she goes backstage to get a closer look at her idol.
Undaunted by setbacks, our Gracie still hopes to become his Queen of Hearts.
Screenplay by H. F. MALTBY. ANTHONY KIMMINS. DOUGLAS FURBER and GORDON WELLESLEY Produced by BASIL DEAN Directed by MONTY BANKS
Films: page 14
Bob Langley and the Chris Barber Band visit the jazz shrine of New Orleans. This unique musical excursion by British jazzmen through the historic and infamous French Quarter, along the Mississippi on the steamboat Natchez, with concerts at Tipitinas and the Fairmont, also includes conversation with jazz pianist Dr John and legendary drummer Freddie Kohlman.
Film cameraman MICHAEL WILLIAMS Producer TONY RAYNER BBC Pebble Mill
Presenter Shireen Shah
Guests Sarah Long , Lionel Morton When Willy Went to the Wedding Written and illustrated by JUDITH KERR
Musical director JONATHAN COHEN Graphics TOM BROOKS. Designer MAGGIE CARROLL Director MARTIN FISHER
Series producer ANNE GOBEY Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
Hawkwing by Iain BLAIR
Hawkwing , a young brave, wants to marry the chief's daughter. Scar Eye, the medicine man, has other ideas.
Producer ANGELA BEECHING
Director MARILYN FOX
A series of six programmes starring Richard Morant as Captain Zep with Tracey Childs as Professor Vana and Ben Ellison as Jason Brown 5: The Tree of Life by COLIN BENNETT
Test your powers of observation against those of the students of the SOLVE Academy. There are special SOLVE logos to be won if you can answer Captain Zep's final questions. Case No 5: Captain Zep is called up to investigate why the famous Tree of Yath is dying. Zep knows of the tree and is very concerned. Yath depends entirely on the one vast tree for its source of food. Without the fruit from it, the people will starve. Is the tree dying of natural causes, or is it sabotage? If it's sabotage, who is behind such a terrible crime?
Illustrator PAUL BIRKBECK
Graphic designer RAY oGden Director MICHAEL FORTE
Producer CHRISTOPHER PILKINGTON
The News with tonight's Weather and Regional Magazines
Presented by Sarah Kennedy and Beverly Anderson with news read by Jan Leeming Your Sixty Minutes countdown
5.40 The News
5.55* Regional Magazines
6.38* Closing headlines
(For regional details see Monday)
Today: Pink Bananas; Crane Brained and Pinktails for Two
Pink Panther theme by HENRY MANCINI
A quiz show with Paul Daniels
In this first programme, five new contestants compete against Dave Berry , the winner from the final show last year, as they all try to find out which word, picture or music clue is the odd one out.
Sound LAURIE TAYLOR Lighting DEREK SLEE
Designer PHIL ROBERSON Director DAVID TAYLOR Producer JOHN BISHOP
Produced by arrangement with RALPH EDWARDS PRODUCTIONS and ACTION TIME LTD. based on an original format devised by MARK MAXWELL-SMITH
Starring as the staff and students of New York's celebrated dream factory, the High School for the Performing Arts,
Christopher and Michael are recruited to coach two rival street gangs, the Enforcers and the Silhouettes, who have agreed to a 'Breakdance' competition rather than the traditional brawl. Meanwhile, Doris brings a twinkle to the eye of one Silhouette named Snake....
Written by MICHAEL MCGREEVE Directed by MICHAEL PETERS
with Noel Edmonds
Radios 1 and 2 are on the air for the first time, Roy Wood and Carl Wayne are watching 'Flowers in the rain', flying saucers land in Wiltshire, and Flower Power lives. Noel re-creates this busy month in the 60s which was a magical moment for tonight's special guest.
Research DEBORAH PERKIN
Assistant producer ROSALIND GOLD
Produced and directed by HENRY MURRAY
0 FEATURE: page 10
with Sue Lawley and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weekend Weather BILL GILES
Tough and rough -but likeable and friendly. Two young cops walk a tight-rope in the world of crime. starring
When Texan tycoon Zack Taylor is attacked and his wife brutally assaulted and murdered, Starsky and Hutch have to move at breakneck speed to track down and arrest the vicious murderers before the agonised widower takes the law into his own hands.
Written by MICHAEL MANN
Directed by JACK STARRETT
written by ROY CLARKE starring with and Potter and his friend the Vicar go for a quiet drink in the pub and are rather startled by the arrival of a man in a boat.
Designer PAUL ALLEN
Produced and directed by BERNARD THOMPSON
Man with boat:
starring Peter Finch with John Fraser
Yvonne Mitchell , James Mason
Oscar Wilde was tried and convicted while at the pinnacle of his career as a playwright and the height of his fame as a wit and socialite. He was pilloried not only for his homosexuality but because of his refusal to accept the hypocrisy of those around him.
Peter Finch - often associated with extrovert and adventure roles gives a memorable performance as the victim of one of the most infamous trials in legal history.
Screenplay by KEN HUGHES
Based on the play The Stringed Lute by JOHN FURNELL and The Trials of Oscar Wilde by MONTGOMERY HYDE Produced by HAROLD HUTH Directed by KEN HUGHES Films: page 14
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