Stuart McGugan and Chloe Ashcroft say 'Hello again' Story: Grandma Jessie's Outing by SHARON MILLER
Musicians DAVID MELLOR ALAN GRAHAME
Director SHARON MILLER Producer PENNY LLOYD
Series producer ANNE GOBEY Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
Five programmes on being 50 in the 80s.
4: Loss and Change
Presenter Kay Carmichael Director JOHN BROOKE
Producers IAN WOOLF , BRIGrr BARRY
A series of programmes on survival and success in small business.
Raising Finance (1) Director GEOFF GRIFFITHS
Producer JOHN TWITCHIN Book, Small Business Guide £6.50 from booksellers. For 'Local Link' details send large sae to: [address removed]
A weekly focus on issues, topics and personalities as they affect Asian communities in the United Kingdom.
The Choir of Asian Christian Fellowship, Southall, sing an Easter song.
Producer BISH MEHAY
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
A series of eight programmes 3: Memories are Made of This Bad memory hampers efficiency. Tony Buzan explains how to make yours better.
Director IAN ROSENBLOOM
Producer NANCY THOMAS
for Easter Day
A celebration of Mass from the Roman Catholic Cathedral of Our Lady of Good Aid,
Motherwell Celebrant and preacher
The Rt Rev Joseph Devine with the MOTHERWELL
Organist JOHN PITCATHLEY Conductor KAY BARNES
Hymns: Christ the Lord is risen today (Lyra Davidica): 0 King of night and splendour (Aurelia);
Rejoice aU ye that sorrowed sore (Laetamini); Thine be the glory (Maccabaeus)
Readings: Acts 10. w 34, 37-43
I Corinthians 5, vv 6-8: John 20. w 1-9
Sound BOB GILLIES Lighting ROY SMITH
TV presentation WILLIE MCDADE and MICHAEL A. SIMPSON
The first day of the week. Mary Magdalene discovers that Jesus' tomb is empty and his body missing.
Paul Alexander tells, in the words of John, what happened next.
The discovery of a cave packed with treasure is everyone's dream. But the reality for Devon cavers was thousands of animal bones in a time capsule revealing the nature of the county's prehistory.
It happened at Buckfastleigh in the 1930s and led to the setting up of Britain's leading Cave Study Centre. Can it happen again? In the second of two programmes Andrew Cooper joins the cavers and scientists working against mud, boulders and rising water in their search for a new cave. Written and directed by ANDREW COOPER
Producer DAVID WAY
with Philip Wrixon and Dan Cherrington Producers
KEN POLLOCK , MARTIN SMALL
Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
Caution: Easter Bunny Crossing
A gang of determined but inept Easter dudes seek to become notorious bandits but fail to reckon with an embarrassed Hoss disguised for a charity Easter egg hunt. Written by LARRY MARKES Directed by BRUCE BILSON
Little Joe Cartwright:
An omnibus edition by Michael Robartes and Valerie Georgeson.
Narrated by Peter Ustinov
HENRY WILLIAMSON 'S novel, published in 1927, has delighted generations of readers across the world and is widely regarded as one of the finest animal stories ever written. This faithful screen adaptation follows the adventures of the mischievous otter, Tarka, from his birth to fatherhood amid the waterways of Devon. But always in the background is the threat of Man and his otter hounds led by Deadlock, Tarka's arch enemy.
Screenplay by GERALD DURRELL and DAVID COBHAM
Produced and directed by DAVID COBHAM
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Behind every new car lie years of planning. This week William Woollard visits
Ford's top secret proving ground at Lommel in Belgium, to experience for himself the testing of the new Granada. But how will it fare in the market place? Sue Baker compares the Granada with some of its rivals, the Renault 25, Volvo 740 and Rover 2300.
How thief-proof is your car? Why do cars worth many thousands of pounds have vulnerable locks costing only a few pence? Frank Page gets locked into the world of car security and also test drives the new Rover 216.
Producer BRIAN STRACHAN
Executive producer DENNIS ADAMS
starring Cliff Richard
Special guest Larry Norman Since he became a Christian nineteen years ago, rock legend Cliff Richard has remained a favourite in the charts. He has also at the same time become Britain's top Rockspell singer. In this special programme, Cliff explains why he calls his new music Rockspell and sings a dozen of his best-loved songs.
Designer PAUL MUNTING Lighting DEREK SLEE Sound HUGH BARKER Producer jim MURRAY
Introduced by Hugh Scully
Kendal, gateway to the Lake District, is the venue for this week's programme. The familiar team of Roadshow experts discover a wide variety of interesting items from a tiny snuff box to a huge oriental bed; from a fine 19th-century Lakeland
Painting to an astonishingly intricate home-made Tiffany lamp.
Director YVONNE DEUTSCHMAN Producer CHRISTOPHER LEWIS BBC Bristol
with Jan Leeming Weather News
for Easter Day from Taize
Taize in France is a unique monastic community. Each year thousands of young
people from all over Europe are drawn to share the brothers' life of prayer and witness. It was founded in 1944 by Roger Schulz as a Protestant community in a tiny village in Burgundy; its commitment to reconciliation and unity and the style of its worship has had a world-wide appeal.
There are now Catholic and Orthodox brothers, and the spiritual power of Taize is recognised by the Pope and the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Geoffrey Wheeler visits the community and meets the brothers and their young guests. Join them in the Church of Reconciliation for a special Easter Songs of Praise.
Engineering manager JOHN SCARR Assistant producers
Leila GUINERY-GREEN,.OLGA EDRIDGE
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
The award-winning series by ROY CLARKE starring Bill Owen
Peter Sallis , Brian Wilde in One of the Last Few Places Unexplored by Man
Compo reveals an unnatural desire to have his photograph taken in that most forbidden territory - Nora Batty 's bedroom. What is worse, he chooses to realise this ambition at a time when
Nora is at her most defensive. However, Compo doesn't see this as a serious problem and, with a little help from his friends, he plots a way over her doorstep.
Music RONNIE HAZLEHURST
Designer VALERIE WARRENDER
Produced by ALAN J. w. BELL
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Presented by Simon King
Who'd have thought garden birds were so clever? All over the country, they've been solving intelligence tests faster than they can be designed. Pulling out matchsticks, working levers, pecking coloured discs, landing on see-saws, pushing ping-pong balls.
This programme sets out to find the brightest bird of all, but also asks 'is this really intelligence?' In the countryside, birds display just as much cleverness in their daily search for food.
All the same, the bird which solves the toughest test of all does show remarkable ingenuity - possibly something more than simply trial and error.
Principal wildlife cameraman SIMON KING
Director ALASTAIR FOTHERGILL Producer MIKE BEYNON BBC Bristol
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with Magnus Magnusson The Great Hall of the University of Lancaster is the setting as four more winners of the first-round programmes challenge for a place in the Final of Mastermind 1985.
Elizabeth McCaffrey (solicitor)
The institutions of the European Communities Ian MacKillop
(pharmacy technician RAMC) The history of the British newspaper comic strip Francis Walker (schoolmaster)
The life and poetry of John Milton
Christopher Rowe (history teacher)
The lives and voyages of John and Sebastian Cabot Director LAURENCE VULLIAMY Producer PETER MASSEY
with Jan Leaning Weather News
by J.B. Priestley
starring Claire Bloom as Mrs Conway with Geraldine James as Madge, Phyllis Logan as Kay, Nicholas le Prevost as Gerald Thornton, Mel Martin as Hazel, Susan Wooldridge as Joan Helford, Peter Chelsom as Alan, Keith Drinkel as Ernest Beevers, Simon Shepherd as Robin and Natalie Ogle as Carol
1919: the World War is over. Kay Conway celebrates her 21st birthday and all the family look forward with hope and confidence. Then Time begins to conjure with them and offers a dark glimpse of what the future could really bring.
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Music arranged and played by:
Songs and Souvenirs of Noel Gay Presented by Kenneth Connor
Paula Wilcox , Peter Gale Susie Blake , Sheila Brand Michael Remick with Teddie St Denis
The most prolific songwriter of the wartime years is currently enjoying a come-back in the theatre.
Thirty years after his death, Noel Gay 's cheery tunes are still going strong - 'The sun has got his hat on'; 'Leaning on a lamp-post'; 'Run, rabbit, run'; 'Let the people sing' and, of course 'The Lambeth walk'.
This anniversary programme explores the durable treasures of the Noel Gay song-book, and tells his story through the memories of people whose lives have been touched by his songs. Choreography GILLIAN GREGORY
Musical arrangement and direction JIM PARKER
Research KIT HARVEY
Production managers ROSEMARIE PADVAISKAS , STEPHANY MARKS Directed by KEITH CHEETHAM Written and produced by TONY STAVEACRE
Vivien Leigh Robert Taylor
One of Hollywood's great love stories, Waterloo Bridge tells of a chance encounter during the First World War. This tender, idyllic, yet tragic story about a British officer's love for a beautiful young dancer stars Vivien Leigh , who had just received an Academy
Award for her role in Gone With the Wind.
Screenplay by s. N. BEHRMAN. HANS RAMEAU and GEORGE FROESCHEL Produced by SIDNEY FRANKEL Directed by mervyn leroy
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