with Frank Bough sally Magnusson and Jeremy Paxman
with Lynn Faulds Wood and John Stapleton
Inspector Dudley Do-Right (R)
with Andy Crane
Presenter Jane Hardy Guest Mike Amatt
Story: The Lock-keeper's Pie by MIKE AMATT
Musical director JONATHAN COHEN Woodwind MARTIN FRITH Producer ROY MILANI
Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE (R)
starring Bernard Hill in the fifth of seven films
'And when they were come to the place, which is called
Calvary, there they crucified him, and the malefactors, one on the right hand, and the other on the left.
Then said Jesus, 'Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do.'
Morning worship for Good Friday from the Cathedral and Abbey Church of St Alban 'Christ became obedient unto death, even death on a cross.'
The Dean of St Albans,
The Very Rev Peter Moore , follows the events of Holy Week, and considers the triumphs of the Cross in readings, meditations, and music with the cathedral choir.
Master of music COLIN WALSH Assistant organist ANDREW PARNELL
Director STEVE BENSON Producer david CRAIG
Tom and Debbie look at the highlights of their visits to Londonderry, Bradford and Liverpool.
with Philip Hayton
Weather JOHN KETTLEY
Jim tries to talk some sense into Danny.
(For cast see page 71. Shown again on Tuesday at 10.5 am)
Cutting the Ties that Bind Ciji is pregnant and appalled by Chip's reaction.
Written by MICHAEL GRACE Directed by ERNEST PINTOFF
as Laura Avery:
Fifty today! Daffy Duck made his first appearance on 17 April, 1937 in the cartoon Porky's Duck Hunt. Here, in three separate adventures,
Daffy Duck proves yet again that he hasn't learned any of life's lessons.
Executive producer HAL GEER (R)
starring Tatum O'Neil Nanette Newman Christopher Plummer Anthony Hopkins A love of horses dispels the unhappiness of 14-year-old Sarah, an orphan sent from America to live with her Aunt Velvet in England. Determined to buy the last foal sired by Pi, the horse which Velvet once rode to victory in the Grand National, Sarah takes the first step on the road to her dream of becoming an Olympic horsewoman. The drama and tensions of international eventing are central to this exciting sequel to the much-loved National Velvet. Suggested by the novel National Velvet by ENID BAGNOLD Written, produced and directed by BRYAN FORBES
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with Debbie Thrower
Weather MICHAEL FISH
The Sealink British Ferries
Presented by Mike Smith and Stirling Moss
The fourth year of this special pro-celebrity driving competition. It is hosted first by The Royal
Armoured Corps at
Bovington and then the Royal Armament Research and Development
Establishment at Ringwood. The competition includes driving a Chieftain tank,
Rallypoint, driving blindfold and a go-kart race!
Stunt motorcyclist Eddie Kidd joins International Cricketer of the Year Chris Broad.
Champion Ari Vatanen tearr up with stage and television' Roy Marsden.
World Sports Car Champion Derek Bell is with Evita and Starlight Express star Stephanie Lawrence. Formula One's
Derek Warwick joins comedian Gary Wilmot.
Televised in collaboration with MG PRODUCTIONS
Event producer MARGOT GREEN Engineering managers
GEORGE JAKINS. IAN DOW Television production
PETER HYLTON CLEAVER
starring Syd Little and Eddie Large special guests Janet Brown
Dave Lee Travis Frank Bruno with DREAM ACADEMY
MARY HOLLAND. LEN LOWE
RONNIE HAZLEHURST AND HIS
Written by GAVIN OSBON
JOHN JUNKIN. LAURIE ROWLEY WYN EDWARDS
Designer CECILIA BRERETON Produced and directed by BILL WILSON (R)
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Tonight, the star of
20.000 Leagues Under the Sea, Spartacus and Gunfight at the OK Corral - the legendary actor Kirk Douglas - in conversation with the almost-as-legendary Terry Wogan. Researcher DIANA HENRY Director TONY NEWMAN Producer PETER ESTALL Series producer JOHN FISHER
Raymond Burr Barbara Hale William Katt
Television's most famous legal eagle is back. When his long-time assistant Della Street finds herself on trial for murder, Perry Mason resigns as a judge and steps back into the courtroom to defend her. The odds seem impossible - the evidence overwhelmingly against her. Can Perry really Pull this one round?
Raymond Burr and Barbara Hale reprise their original roles from the TV series.
Screenplay by DEAN HARGROVE
Produced by BARRY STEINBERG Directed by RON SATLOF
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Paul Drake Jr:
Debbie Thrower presents the latest pictures, stories and events of the day from Britain and around the world. Regional News
Weekend Weather MICHAEL FISH
Ten films in which Alan Whicker talks to Brits
Who have gone to live in the USA.
4: / Wanted to be Disgusting, and Rich ...
Ralph Murphy produced 300 records before making the Journey from Saffron Walden to Nashville. Along with Roger Cook , who's written more hits than anyone except Paul McCartney , and Michael Snow from
Liverpool, he's part of the British contingent bridging the gap between pop and country and western. In Palm Beach, Whicker meets Guy and Hilary Wyatt who started a landscaping business; Bill Burt who left the Scottish Daily Mail in 1961 and now edits one of America's outrageous tabloids; and Pam Symes , a widow who tells of the other side of life in the millionaires' enclave.
The series reconfirms Alan Whicker as one of the best, and certainly the mostdurable,oftelevision'sgrandee reporters ... (DAILY TELEGRAPH) Film editor IAN PITCH
Producer JONATHAN STEDALL BBC Bristol (R)
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To complete the series of programmes for Easter exploring the great requiem masses,
Owain Arwel Hughes tonight conducts a complete performance of Verdi's choral masterpiece.
Verdi's Requiem has an electrifying and emotional appeal that has made it one of the most popular requiems ever written. Here is the romantic artist imprinting his genius on the ancient liturgical Latin text with a brilliance rarely matched. Soloists:
Natalia Troitskaya (soprano) Alexandrina Milcheva (mezzo-soprano)
Dennis O'Neill (tenor) Martti Talvela (bass) Halle Orchestra leader PAN HON LEE
Huddersfield Choral Society Chorus master
Sound ROY BRADSHAW
Directed by JOHN VERNON