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An exploration of the meaning of Easter through music, movement and words, by members of the congregation of QUEEN'S CROSS CHURCH, ABERDEEN Minister REV DR EDMUND JONES
This joyful Eastertide (CH3 271: Vruechten)
Christ the Lord is risen today (ch3 275: St George's, Windsor)
Thine be the glory (cH3 279: Maccabaeus)
The strife is o'er, the battle done (CH3 266: Vulpius)
Lord of the dance (trad, arr Sydney Carter)
Organist DR JAMES MCCLOY
Television presentation RALPH SMITH BBC Scotland

Contributors

Unknown:
Dr Edmund Jones
Organist:
Dr James McCloy

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

An Abbey for Prinknash
A glimpse of the old monastic life at Prinknash, and the Benedictine community's hopes for the future in their £400,000 new abbey. Narrated by JOHN NORMAN
Producer PETER CRAWFORD (Bristol)

Contributors

Unknown:
John Norman
Producer:
Peter Crawford

Introduced by PHILIP WRIXON A Study in Compromise
How to maintain the landscape without damaging profit margins.
Producer JOHN KENYON (Birmingham) (Postponed from 31 March)
Weather for Farmers

Contributors

Introduced By:
Philip Wrixon
Producer:
John Kenyon

A new six-part series
Dr Douglas Dorward , Senior Lecturer in Zoology at Monash University, Melbourne, a specialist in animal behaviour and ecology, acts as narrator, and Australian artist John Olsen sketches on location.
2:Across the Strait
Bass Strait islands (the Furneaux Group, and Glennie Island, which is still uninhabited) between Australia and Tasmania, where are found the Cape Barren goose, black swan, red-necked stint, chestnut teal, spur-winged plover and cormorant.
An Australian Broadcasting Commission production

Contributors

Unknown:
Dr Douglas Dorward
Artist:
John Olsen

David Vine introduces two of this afternoon's major and traditional events. BBC outside broadcast cameras bring you
4.10 The Easter Parade from Battersea Park
Join the crowds in London's jolliest park to see the parade of carnival characters, festival floats, bands - and bonnets galore.
Commentator BRIAN JOHNSTON
Director WILLIAM CAVE
4.35* International Show Jumping from the All England Jumping Course at Hickstead, Sussex.
Action from the International Arena where the main featured class is
The Wills Hickstead Tankard
An international competition for total prize money of E750.
Commentator DORIAN Williams
Director ALAN MOUNCER

Contributors

Introduces:
David Vine
Commentator:
Brian Johnston
Director:
William Cave
Commentator:
Dorian Williams
Director:
Alan Mouncer

3: Valerie Singleton reports on Dublin
Valerie visits a pub for singing and stout, a castle for a strange tale of a pirate queen's curse, a church for a glimpse into the world of Dracula, and a prison - Kilmainham Jail - to hear the sad story of the Easter Rising.
Film cameraman HUGH MILES Sound recordist RON BROWN Film editor IAN PITCH
Producer EDWARD BARNES Director HARRY COWDY

Contributors

Unknown:
Valerie Singleton
Unknown:
Ron Brown
Producer:
Edward Barnes
Director:
Harry Cowdy

This listing contains language that some may find offensive.

OV Blue Eyes is Back
A special concert celebrating Sinatra's return to show business with guest star Gene Kelly and featuring standards like' I've Got You Under My Skin.'
Music arranged and conducted by GORDON JENKINS and DON COSTA Director MARTY PASETTA
Producer HOWARD w. KOCH

Contributors

Unknown:
Gene Kelly
Conducted By:
Gordon Jenkins
Conducted By:
Don Costa
Director:
Marty Pasetta
Producer:
Howard W. Koch

Novgorod - Father of Russia
' The invasion of love to their country, the peaceful invasion of space ... ' That's how DMITRY SERGEYEVICH HKHACHEV , member of the Soviet Academy, describes the building of the churches of Novgorod, a town in the Soviet Union, birthplace of Russian history - ' The Father of Russia.'
Omnibus tells the story of Novgorod, the present-day city and its heroic past: its icons, frescoes and cathedrals, and famous prince ALEXANDER NEVSKY.
Narrator DAVID WOOD
Chronicler TONY CHURCH
Cameraman BORIS MODESTOV Film editor JOHN NEEDHAM
Executive producer MIKE WOOLLER
Written and directed by COLIN NEARS
(Tony Church is a member of the RSC)

Contributors

Unknown:
Dmitry Sergeyevich Hkhachev
Narrator:
David Wood
Narrator:
Chronicler Tony
Unknown:
Boris Modestov
Producer:
Mike Wooller
Directed By:
Colin Nears

One of the most scenic railway journeys in this country, the 63-mile route from Dingwall to Kyle of Lochalsh, has been threatened with closure for over ten years-recently it was granted another stay of execution.
Derek Cooper travels along the line, meeting some of those who live along it and work on it.
Director BARRY TOOVEY
Producer MICHAEL MARSHALL BBC Scotland

Contributors

Unknown:
Derek Cooper
Director:
Barry Toovey
Producer:
Michael Marshall

BBC One London

About BBC One

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

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