Don Maclean presents Good Morning Sunday live from
Lindisfarne or, as it was later known, the Holy Island.
Special guests include the Duchess of Northumberland,
Melvyn Bragg , Maddy Prior, Alan Beith MP and the Venerable Michael Bowering , Archdeacon of Lindisfarne.
Michael Freedland presents a six-part centenary tribute to the dancer and singer, who was born on 10 May 1899. Step One: the Perfectionist
With the voices of Fred, Adele and Ava Astaire , Larry Adler , Irving Berlin, Irene Dunne ,
Rita Hayworth , Jack Lemmon , Hermes Pan and Ginger Rogers. Producer Anthony Wills
* See People: page 22
The people of Belfast gather in St Anne's Cathedral to celebrate Easter. With the Belfast Philharmonic Society, chamber choirs Pavanne and Cadenza and members of the Ulster Orchestra, the choir of St Anne's Cathedral, the boys from St George's
Church, Belfast, and the BBC Radio 2 Choir Boy of the Year, James Fox. Readings, poetry and reflection from actor Lorcan Cranitch and Father Brian D'Arcy.
Presented by Roger Royle.
Producers Clair Jaquiss and Bert Tosh
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