with Frank Bough Sally Magnusson and Jeremy Paxman with Bob Friend 's view of life across the-Atlantic. Sports news from Sally Jones
Today's edition brings you Hot Seat - your chance to interrogate the people whose decisions affect your life.
Snidely Mounted Police (R)
Presented by the Belfast Gang!
Today's film may ring a bell, and one of the games goes like the clappers. The show is bound to appeal!
with Andy Crane
The third of seven films starring Bernard Hill.
'And when he was come nigh, even now at the descent of the mount of Olives, the whole multitude of the disciples began to rejoice and praise God with a loud voice for all the mighty works they had seen.'
Live coverage from
Canterbury as the nation remembers those who were lost on the ferry, Herald of Free Enterprise, at Zeebrugge. HM The Queen is represented by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh who, with HRH The Princess Anne, joins the international congregation of mourners, survivors and members of the rescue services.
Tom Fleming introduces the service which is conducted by the Dean,
The Very Rev John Simpson with the Archbishop of Canterbury, The Most Rev and RtHon Robert Runcie preaching the sermon. CHOIR OF
CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL conducted by the organist, DR ALLAN WICKS
Lighting DENNIS BUTCHER Sound VIC GODRICH
Television presentation TIM MARSHALL
( Order of Service on page 69. Edited showing on BBC2 at 7.20 pm)
with Bob Wellings and Pattie Coldwell
with Philip Hayton
Weather JOHN KETTLEY
Danny schemes to spoil Maria's dinner party.
(For cast see page 71. Shown again tomorrow at 10.5 am)
devised by CHLOE ASHCROFT and PETER GOSLING
The Piepilot leads a merry dance playing tunes on his Piepipe and provides the obvious song for the song pie: 'Tom, he was a piper's son' (R)
Selina Scott goes to Trentham Gardens,
Staffordshire. Jeff Banks is in action with the styling team, there's advice on make-up from Barbara Daly , hair styling by Trevor Sorbie and millinery by David Shilling. Plus a preview of tonight's final of The Clothes Show
Model Competition, together with the Wedding of the Year. Producer CLARE STRIDE BBC Pebble Mill (Part 2 at 7.35pm)
In one of her most popular films 'our Gracie' 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, 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
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Andy Crane - starting with Caterpillar Trail with Stuart Bradley
What might you spot on a bird table? What's good manners for a monkey? Join Stuart and find out.
Producers PENNY LLOYD. ROY MILANI Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
The Black Sphere: Ulysses discovers a map enclosed in a mysterious Black Sphere. Has he found the lost route back to Earth? (R)
Phillip Schofield is here to listen and comment on what you have to say about BBCtv. He will answer your questions and queries and also invite you to take part in the painting and written TV criticism competition.
This week's studio guest is
John Craven. Will you agree with the views and comments expressed on the programme? If you don't, or if you have any of your own, write to Take Two, BBCtv, London W12 8QT. Let Phillip hear what you have to say. Producer PHILIP CHILVERS
First of three programmes. Paula and Clare overhear plans to turn the glen where they play into a massive car-park. They decide to collect signatures for a petition to stop the development, but The End of the World Man has plans to stop them. Produced by MARIE JACKSON Directed by BILL MISKELLY
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Bert 'adventure is my middle name' Raccoon, snares a fishing catch that leads to a hair-raising race through wild rapids and tunnels and a chest full of secrets and surprises....
Produced and directed by:
Nicholas Witchell and Andrew Harvey present the latest pictures, stories and events of the day from Britain and around the world. Weather MICHAEL FISH
London Plus, Spotlight Points West, Look East Look North, South Today
North West Tonight Midlands Today
Join Terry and his guests for conversation and entertainment, live from the Television Theatre.
Selina Scott and Jeff Banks present the final of The Clothes Show model competition. From over 8,000 entries the 40 finalists arrive at Trentham Gardens where 20 are selected to appear on the catwalk. At stake are modelling contracts for the best male and female. The programme's 'Bride of the Year', Liz SHELDON , becomes Mrs Chris Barnes - dressed by LINDKA CIERACH; wedding video by The Clothes Show. Producer ROGER CASSTLES BBC Pebble Mill
(Part 1 shown at 2.5pm)
The more things change, the more they remain the same.
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Alpha: How to Succeed Without Really Trying
Alaisdair Macbeth likes to go out with girls, but he's frightened to ask.
John Gibbons is frustrated when his young son beats him at rifle shooting. Broadcaster Toni Arthur can't stop her hands shaking when she's under pressure.
The Alpha Plan, claims psychologist Dr David Lewis , teaches you how to solve your own problems - by relaxing.
Can Toni, John and Alaisdair change their own lives in only 12 weeks, using Alpha? Series editor david filkin Producer ROBIN BOOTLE
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Tonight's programme, introduced by Steve Rider , is in two parts, and the first features: Football
Highlights of one of the evening's top matches, with commentary by JOHN MOTSON.
It could be a semi-final replay in the FA Cup, or a crucial First Division fixture. Speed Skiing
Who are the fastest men in the world on skis?
TONY GUBBA reports from the French Alps on the World
Speed Ski-ing Championships in which Britain's WILKIE BROTHERS - Stuart and Graham - were going for gold.
(Part 2 follows at 11.35)
Continuing the series of programmes for Easter exploring the great requiem masses.
Presented and conducted by Owain Arwel Hughes Tonight the Sanctus is examined through the works Of BERLIOZ, BRITTEN. FAURE and VERDI. 'Sanctus', meaning 'holy' in Latin, is one of the moments where the requiem is at one with the ordinary mass in joyous praise of God. It provides an invigorating contrast to the terrors of death or, in the case of this century, an ironic counterpoint to it. with Janice Cairns (soprano) John Graham Hall (tenor) Philharmonia Orchestra leader PETER THOMAS Philharmonia Chorus
Chorus master HORST NEUMANN ('Libera Me' tomorrow at 10.30pm)
The best of tonight's action from the ABA Semi-finals in Preston, sponsored by George Wimpey. The winners go forward to the National
Finals at Wembley on 1 May. Commentator
TV presentation BOB DUNCAN Producer CHARLES BALCHIN Editor JOHN ROWUNSON