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
John Noakes and Shep review From Southampton to Penzance
Captain and ship's dog begin their epic cruise around the British coast-line.
Your ideas, games and activities Presented by the children of the Cardiff Why Don't You... ? gang.
Presenter lain Lauchlan Guest Jane Hardy
Story: The King who Hated Noises by KATHY SQUIRES
Musical director PAUL READE Flautist MARTIN FRITH
Percussion ALAN GRAHAME
Photographs by JOHN JEFFORD Designer CHRIS WEBSTER
Directors GREG CHILDS , JANE PROWSE Producer SUE PETO
Series producer ANNE GOBEY Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
A series of seven films written and presented by Tom Fleming 5: Skull Hill
Three hours before sunset a party of soldiers arrived on Skull Hill with mallets to break the criminals' legs and finish them off. But the young Galilean's mouth gaped open on his chest. His dull eyes stared, they prodded him with a spear but he was dead.
Jesus His Life and Teaching The Crucifixion
In past weeks the programme has looked closely at what Jesus taught. Eventually Jesus' presence was such a challenge and irritant to the authorities of his day that he was removed, by execution. The story and its meaning is followed in a service of worship which includes a 'veneration of the Cross'. From St Luke's Church, Stanmore, Winchester. Speaker THE REV PAUL BATES. Celebrant and Vicar
THE REV NEIL CRAWFORD-JONES with ST LUKE'S CHOIR
Organist DAVID DENNIS and THE GOODWORTH SINGERS Director of Music
DR ALAN LLOYD-DA VIES
Introduced by RAYMOND SHORT
Reading: John 18, v 28 - 19, v 42
Hymns: When I survey (Rockingham); 0 sacred head (Passion Chorale)
Sound ALAN TAYLOR. Lighting HARRY THOMAS Director MICHAEL WOOD
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
A thriller in two parts starring
1: Young Rosebud Doyle is determined to reunite the family her feckless stepfather has separated. She hitches a ride in a luxury trailer, unaware that its owners have just pulled off a daring bank robbery ...
A WALT DISNEY production (Part 2 on Easter Monday morning)
Lt Ray Phillips:
C L Doyle:
with Jan Leeming
Weather IAN MCCASKILL
1.2 Regional News
(London and SE: News Headlines, with subtitles)
Andrew Cooper sets out to explore Fox Tor Mire , one of Dartmoor's most dangerous bogs-for which reason it is unspoiled by man. Desolate in winter, the bog comes to life in summer when it reveals its secrets.
Filmed and produced by ANDREW COOPER Executive producer DAVID SPIRES
The feature film starring Charlton Heston
Ava Gardner , David Niven
June 1900. As Major Matt Lewis rides into Peking with a detachment of marines, he is appalled to see a British missionary killed by men wearing the red-patched robes of the Boxer rebels. Within a few days isolated riots have escalated into open war against the city's foreign legations. The fate of China and the prestige of the colonial powers is at stake, as well as the lives of the ambassadors and their families as the siege of the legations intensifies.
Screenplay by PHILIP YORDAN and BERNARD GORDON. Produced by SAMUEL BRONSTON
Directed by NICHOLAS RAY. Films: page 18
Major Matt Lewis:
Sir Arthur Robertson:
Fr de Beam:
Baron Sergei Ivanoff:
Johnny Morris , the man who captivated a whole generation of children-and often their parents too - by making friends with animals. Today, JOHNNY MORRIS looks back on more than 400 editions of Animal Magic, spanning 21 years and meets lots of his old friends again - Ann the orang-utan, Delilah the gorilla, Dotty the lemur, Nina the polar bear cub, Wendy the elephant: all grown-up now, even middle-aged, but still Johnny's magical friends.
Researcher PAM JACKSON
Producer JOHN DOBSON. BBC Bristol
(Animal Magic in Japan next Tuesday) 0 BACK PAGE: 90
with Jan Leeming ; Weather
The world of Walt Disney films introduced by Noel Edmonds.
Films include: Lady and the Tramp, Never Cry Wolf , Dumbo, Tea for Two Hundred and Sword in the Stone.
Producer RICHARD EVANS
The Multipart Challenge
Presented by Mike Smith and Stirling Moss from Tidworth and Thruxton
An ingenious new test of driving skills in which professional drivers are teamed with famous personalities as they race chieftain tanks, trials cars, bigger trucks, articulated lorries, rally cars and then - have a puncture!
The teams: Rowan Atkinson with top British rally driver Tony Pond, Malcolm Macdonald with Britain's top Grand Prix driver Nigel Mansell, Anneka Rice with hot-rod and rally-cross star Barry Lee, Murray Walker takes a break from commentating with three-times Le Mans 24-hour winner Derek Bell
Televised in collaboration with MG Productions
A quiz show with Paul Daniels
Will last week's champion manage to beat the challenge of five new contestants as they all try to find which word, picture or music clue is the odd one out?
Based on an original format devised by MARK MAXWELL. SMITH
Sound LAURIE JOHNSON. Lighting DEREK SLEE Designer PHIL ROBERSON Director DAVID TAYLOR Producer JOHN BISHOP
Produced by arrangement with RALPH EDWARDS PRODUCTIONS and ACTION TIME LTD
Holly struggles with her own feelings when faced with apparent indifference from the man she loves. Lydia also has a fight on her hands -with Quentin Morloch who tries to introduce a new student, a former baseball great, into her dance class.
Written by LEE GRANT
Directed by MICHAEL PETERS
The Lynmouth flood disaster, the Harrow rail collision, the Farnborough air crash all occurred at this time in the 50s. Despite the disasters it is a Particularly good time for singers
Dennis Lotis and Lita Rosa , and also for an up-and-coming comedy actress who is given a break by Peter Brough in the top-rating radio show Educating Archie.
Noel Edmonds re-creates this magical moment for tonight's special guest.
Research LINDA CLEEVE
Produced and directed by HENRY MURRAY
with Jan Leeming
Weekend Weather IAN MCCASKILL
Terry Wogan introduces a special Programme featuring some of the memorable and amusing highlights ot his recent series. Among those appearing: Mel Brooks , Boy
George French and Saunders, Lee Marvin Victoria Principal , Cliff Richard Joan Rivers , Lynn Redgrave and Tracey Ullman
Programme associate CHRIS GREENWOOD
Compilation videotape editor PETER BIRD Directors GORDON ELSBURY , DAVID TAYLOR Producer MARCUS PLANTIN
The Passion of our Lord commemorated in words and music from Worcester Cathedral.
Stuart Burrows (tenor) Gwynne Howell (bass) Reader Isla Blair
The Worcester Cathedral Choir Conductor Donald Hunt
Organist Adrian Partington
Sound GEOFF ATKINS. Lighting JOE HAKENEY Producer j. MERVYN WILLIAMS. BBC Wales
Seven films written and presented by Tom Fleming 6: Life Goes On
The hardest thing of all for the Galilean followers that Friday was that life went on. A prospect as forbidding as the sky brooding black and oppressive over the Jerusalem rooftops on an otherwise ordinary spring afternoon.
Film cameraman COLIN CASE
The feature film starring
Richard Johnson , Carol Lynley Gordon Jackson , Diana Dors
In the first of three thrillers for the Easter holiday, Richard Johnson plays Jonas Wilde of the British Secret Service, an expert eliminator of potential enemies. Tired of his work, he seeks an early retirement and marriage to his patient girlfriend. Nevertheless, his superior pressures him into a final mission - to deal with a Czech scientist defecting to the West who is being held by the CIA at a country house. But this assignment reveals a tangled web of cross and doublecross that leads Jonas to wonder just whose side he is really working for.
Screenplay by MEADE ROBERTS
Based on the novel The Eliminator by ANDREW YORK. Produced by MAX J. ROSENBERG and MILTON SUBOTSKY
Directed by SETH HOLT. Films: page 18