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Science Day
Today's story is ' The Big River ' by ELIZABETH and GERALD ROSE Presenters
CHLOE ASHCROFT, LIONEL MORTON
Pianist HARRY HEYWOOD Designerjanet budden
Scriptwriter and director ANN REAY
Series producer CYNTHIA FELGATE

Contributors

Unknown: Lionel Morton
Pianist: Harry Heywood
Designer: Janet Budden
Director: Ann Reay
Producer: Cynthia Felgate

: Closedown

: Newsroom

Reporting the world tonight JOHN TIMPSON , PETER WOODS and the reporters and correspondents of BBC News and Weather

Contributors

Unknown: John Timpson
Unknown: Peter Woods

: Sinai, Mountain of God

An award-winning documentary about the extraordinary peninsula from which three of the world great religions derived their inspiration; about the biblical mountain itself and the unique
Greek Orthodox monastery of bt
Catherine where men have prayed, studied, and worshipped uninterruptedly for over 1,400 years. Written and narrated by DAVID HOLDEN
Directed by KURT HOFFMAN
Photographed and produced by BASIL MAROS
A Bavarian Television/BBC co-production

Contributors

Unknown: David Holden
Directed By: Kurt Hoffman
Produced By: Basil Maros

: The Seven Last Words of Christ from the Cross

by HEINRICH SCHUTZ
Jesus:
John Shirley-Quirk (baritone) The Evangelists:
April Cantelo (soprano) Maureen Lehane (alto) Robert Tear (tenor) Don Garrard (bass) with CHARLES SPINKS (chamber-organ) ROBERT spencer (chitarrone) HEINRICH SCHiiTZ CHOIR and ENSEMBLE OF STRINGS conducted by Roger Norrington
The Seven Last Words which Jesus spoke as he died on the Cross form the central point of Christian meditation on Good Friday. Heinrich Schutz , the greatest German composer before Bach, was a devout Christian. This work, written about 1645 is a simple, concise setting of Christ's last words, linked by narrative.
In this performance the production reflects this symmetry and the underlying drama of the work. Schutz drew his text from all four Gospels: it will be sung in an English translation adapted to modern idiom. The performance was recorded in the beautiful Wren church of St Stephen Walbrook in the city of London and includes Rembrandt paintings of the Passion of Christ.
Lighting ALAN ROBERTS Sound VIC CODRICH
Costume VERENA COLEMAN
Design Richard MCMILLAN-SMITH Directed by DENIS MORIARTY
Produced by WALTER TODDS

Contributors

Unknown: Heinrich Schutz
Baritone: John Shirley-Quirk
Soprano: Maureen Lehane
Bass: Don Garrard
Unknown: Charles Spinks
Unknown: Heinrich Schiitz
Conducted By: Roger Norrington
Unknown: Heinrich Schutz
Unknown: St Stephen
Directed By: Denis Moriarty
Produced By: Walter Todds

: Daniel Deronda

by GEORGE ELIOT dramatised in six parts by ALEXANDER BARON
Part 2: Pursuit

Contributors

Unknown: George Eliot

: Wheelbase: Sixty Miles on a Gallon?

Gordon Wilkins covers the world of motoring with Michael Frostick.
Petrol is often the most expensive part of a motoring holiday, and this Easter weekend 8 million cars are expected to be on the road. How far can extra mpg cut the cost of motoring? Some petrol companies claim that their fuel gives added mileage: is this true? Wheelbase looks for some answers along the 1,000-mile route of the Mobil Economy Run, an annual event in which 40 family motorists use good maintenance and every kind of driving technique to cover the maximum number of miles on a gallon.

Contributors

Presenter: Gordon Wilkins
Presenter: Michael Frostick
Director: Chris Berry
Producer: John Mills
Editor: Brian Robins

: World Cinema: Aleksandar Petrovic's Happy Gypsies

A new series of outstanding feature films from more than twenty different countries
This week: from Yugoslavia starring Bekim Fehmiu, Gordana Jovanovic, Bata Zivojinovic
A young feather trader falls in love with his rival's stepdaughter and disrupts the life of the gypsy community.
Bekim Fehmiu, who stars in the new Harold Robbins film The Adventurers, gives a lively performance as Bora.
Photographed by TOMISLAV PINTER
Script by ALEKSANDAR PETROVIC

Contributors

Unknown: Bekim Fehmiu
Unknown: Gordana Jovanovic
Unknown: Bata Zivojinovic
Unknown: Bekim Fehmiu
Unknown: Harold Robbins
Script By: Aleksandar Petrovic
Bora: Bekim Fehmiu
Lence: Olivera Vuco
Mirta: Bata Zivojinovic
Tisa: Gordana Jovanovic
Father Pavle: Mija Aleksic
Bora's wife: Etelka Filipovski








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