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From Blackburn Cathedral
Celebrant The Bishop of Blackburn, The Rt Rev Robert Martineau
Preacher The Archbishop of York, The Most Rev Dr Donald Coggan

Hymns (A and M Rev):
Jesus Christ is risen today (134)
The strife is o'er (135)
Lord enthroned in heavenly splendour (400)
Jesus lives! (140)
Motets: Cibavit eos (Byrd)
Therefore, we before Him bending (Sydney Nicholson)
Faithful Shepherd, feed me (Silcher)

Contributors

Celebrant:
The Rt Rev Robert Martineau
Preacher:
The Most Rev Dr Donald Coggan
Organist and Master of the Choristers:
John Bertalot
Sub organist:
Keith Bond
Presented for television by:
Stewart Cross

Pope Paul VI gives his Easter Blessing to the City and the World
Fr Patrick McEnroe describes the scene in the Square before St Peter's in Rome
Presented by the Italian Television Service

Contributors

Commentator:
Fr Patrick McEnroe

Author and narrator of Civilisation, and Chancellor of the University of York, appeals on behalf of the York Minster Restoration Fund.
Donations, preferably by crossed PO or cheque, to: Lord Clark, [address removed]

Contributors

Presenter:
Kenneth Clark

Another chance to see one of the most popular programmes shown last Christmas.
Whales, lions, monkeys, elephants; a million flamingos; grizzly bears fishing; driver ants on the rampage; kingfishers, hippos and crocodiles underwater; the largest herd of animals in existence - two and a half million fur seals; humming birds in ultra-slow motion; the amazing angler fish in action; beautiful plankton, cheetahs and birds of paradise. Remarkable pictures of dragons on land and in the sea, penguins by the thousand, the incredible technique of the black heron and intimate pictures of chimpanzees in the wild. With HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, KG, Kenneth Allsop, Jeffery Boswall, Robert Dougall, Adam Faith, Joyce Grenfell, Rolf Harris, Spike Milligan, Eric Morecambe, Johnny Morris, Eva Rueber-Staier, Peter Scott, Harry Secombe, Tony Soper.
Introduced by Peter Cushing and Dr David Bellamy

(from Bristol)
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter:
Peter Cushing
Presenter:
Dr David Bellamy
Producer:
Richard Brock
Contributor:
HRH The Duke of Edinburgh
Contributor:
Kenneth Allsop
Contributor:
Jeffery Boswall
Contributor:
Robert Dougall
Contributor:
Adam Faith
Contributor:
Joyce Grenfell
Contributor:
Rolf Harris
Contributor:
Spike Milligan
Contributor:
Eric Morecambe
Contributor:
Johnny Morris
Contributor:
Eva Rueber-Staier
Contributor:
Peter Scott
Contributor:
Harry Secombe
Contributor:
Tony Soper

Customers and connoisseurs explore the world of Antiques with Max Robertson.
Customers Imogen Hassall, Nigel Stock
(from Bristol)
(Book £1.75: see page 58)

Contributors

Presenter:
Max Robertson
Resident connoisseur:
Arthur Negus
Guest connoisseur:
Chris Brunker
Customer:
Imogen Hassall
Customer:
Nigel Stock
Director:
Paul Smith
Producer:
John King

Starring Richard Todd, Jean Peters

Peter Marshall, the Scotsman who emigrated to America and became Chaplain to the US Senate, never lost his sense of humour or his humanity.
(This Week's Films: page 9)

Contributors

Screenplay:
Eleanore Griffin
Based on a book by:
Catherine Marshall
Director:
Henry Koster
Peter Marshall:
Richard Todd
Catherine Marshall:
Jean Peters
Miss Fowler:
Marjorie Rambeau
Mrs Findlay:
Jill Esmond
Senator Harvey:
Les Tremayne
Mr Peyton:
Robert Burton
Mrs Peyton:
Gladys Hurlbut
Col Whiting:
Richard Garrick
Barbara:
Gloria Gordon
Peter John Marshall:
Billy Chapin
Mrs Whiting:
Sally Corner

An imperial story in 13 parts.

The Empire virtually began in the islands of the West Indies - and for 200 years they were its richest possession. Huge fortunes were made on sugar plantations worked by millions of slaves brought from Africa, and defended by generations of British soldiers and sailors.

A BBC TV/Time-Life co-production

Contributors

Narrator:
Robert Hardy
Series Editor:
Max Morgan-Witts
Writer/Producer:
Dominic Flessati

Is the Resurrection something which happened to Christ and which we hope will happen to us? Or is it something which is continually going on in our lives?
A view of the great festival in the Christian year from Metropolitan Anthony of Sourozh - view which proclaims the victory of life over death in everyday life.

Contributors

Producer:
Shirley du Boulay

and The Goodies Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graeme Garden, Bill Oddie
and Jack Jones
Alyn Ainsworth and his Orchestra
BBC/ZDF co-production

Contributors

Presenter/Singer:
Engelbert Humperdinck
Tim (The Goodies):
Tim Brooke-Taylor
Graeme (The Goodies):
Graeme Garden
Bill (The Goodies):
Bill Oddie
Singer:
Jack Jones
Dancers:
The Young Generation
Choreographer:
Don Lurio
Musicians:
Alyn Ainsworth and his Orchestra
Musical Adviser to Engelbert Humperdinck:
Laurie Holloway
Special Material:
Ronnie Cass
Writer (The Goodies):
Graeme Garden
Writer (The Goodies):
Bill Oddie
Additional Material (The Goodies):
Tim Brooke-Taylor
Music Arrangements:
Alyn Ainsworth
Music Arrangements:
Laurie Holloway
Music Arrangements:
Alan Roper
Costume Design:
Joyce Mortlock
Sound:
Hugh Barker
Lighting:
Dickie Higham
Designer:
Chris Thompson
Associate Producer:
Klaus Henke
Producer:
Stewart Morris

Starring Frank Sinatra, Gina Lollobrigida
with Peter Lawford, Steve McQueen, Richard Johnson

The commander of a band of guerrillas, stationed in the Burmese jungle, falls in love with the mistress of an arms profiteer while he is recovering from injuries received in an unexpected Japanese attack.
(This Week's Films: page 9)

Contributors

Screenplay:
Millard Kaufman
Based on the novel by:
Tom T. Chamales
Director:
John Sturges
Producer:
Edmund Grainger
Capt. Tom C. Reynolds:
Frank Sinatra
Carla Vesari:
Gina Lollobrigida
Capt. Grey Travis:
Peter Lawford
Bill Ringa:
Steve McQueen
Capt. Danny De Mortimer:
Richard Johnson
Nikko Regas:
Paul Henreid
Gen. Sloan:
Brian Donlevy
Sgt. Jim Norby:
Dean Jones
Sgt. John Danforth:
Charles Bronson

Derek Nimmo riding high on a winning streak that has astounded whist drives, bingo halls and charity fetes takes a look at the mecca of gambling, sometimes known as 'Sin City.' Among those he meets are gamblers, casino owners, showgirls, a sheriff, an old prospector and a priest whose wedding chapel once performed 74 weddings in 24 hours. He also comes in for a word of advice from an old friend - Mr James Bond...
(A ludicrously English Englishman: page 14)

Contributors

Presenter:
Derek Nimmo
Film Cameraman:
Peter Chapman
Film Editor:
Arthur Solomon
Producer:
Richard Drewett

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BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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