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Robert Kilroy-Silk with the last of three programmes from the Middle East. In the middle of Holy Week, he is back in Jerusalem - a sacred city for three of the world's major religions. With an audience of Jews, Muslims and Christians, he discusses the significance of religion. Director LINDA NASH
Producer MIRIAM O'CALLAGHAN Editor DAVID WICKHAM

Contributors

Unknown:
Robert Kilroy-Silk
Director:
Linda Nash
Producer:
Miriam O'Callaghan
Editor:
David Wickham

with Simon Parkin
Plavbus which stops today at The Dot Stop
Who's afraid of the big bad wolf? Not the three pigs or Dot or Dash.
Storyteller lain Lauchlan Story: Cassie by EITHNE HANNIGAN Niusic PAUL READE
Producer MICHAEL COLE

Contributors

Unknown:
Simon Parkin
Unknown:
Eithne Hannigan
Unknown:
Niusic Paul Reade
Producer:
Michael Cole
Dot:
Eithne Hannigan

with Peter Barkworth.
Third of seven films using the words of St Matthew in the Authorised Version of the Bible.
'Then spake Jesus to the multitude, and to his disciples, saying, "The scribes and the Pharisees sit in Moses' seat: all therefore whatsoever they bid you observe and do; but do not ye after their works: for they say, and do not."'
Producer JIM MURRAY (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Barkworth.
Unknown:
St Matthew
Producer:
Jim Murray

Weather followed by Daytime Live with Alan Titchmarsh and Judi Spiers.
Join the lunchtime team for another 50 minutes of entertainment and conversation live from Pebble Mill.

Contributors

Unknown:
Alan Titchmarsh
Unknown:
Judi Spiers.

Chrissie and Lucy jump to the wrong conclusion and cause a lot of trouble for Jim. Scott 's exams begin. Written by SALLY WEBB
Directed by ANDREW FRIEDMAN (For cast see page 41.

Contributors

Unknown:
Jim. Scott
Written By:
Sally Webb
Directed By:
Andrew Friedman

Hosted by Henry Kelly. Six remaining European finalists compete for the prestigious title of European Quiz Champion and a trip to Australia's famous goldmining areas and Queensland's Goldcoast. Question writer DR NIGEL LEIGH
Executive producer MICHAEL WHYTE Associate producer KERENSA BUNCE Executive in charge of production BILL
MASON Designer STEVE CHILVER
A REG GRUNDY production in association with BBCtv

Contributors

Unknown:
Henry Kelly.
Unknown:
Dr Nigel Leigh
Producer:
Michael Whyte
Producer:
Kerensa Bunce
Unknown:
Mason Designer Steve
Unknown:
Reg Grundy

starring with special guest star
A Piece of the Pie
Greg calls an impromtu press conference to make a startling announcement. Joshua has a surprising announcement of his own to make while Karen pursues the truth behind Val's missing babies.
Written by PARKE PERINE
Directed by ROBERT BECKER

Contributors

Written By:
Parke Perine
Directed By:
Robert Becker
Gary Ewing:
Ted Shackleford
Val Ewing:
Joan van Ark
Abby Ewing:
Donna Mills
Mack Mackenzie:
Kevin Dobson
Karen Mackenzie:
Michele Lee
Ben Gibson:
Douglas Sheehan
Greg Sumner:
William Devane
Joshua Rush:
Alec Baldwin
Lilimae:
Julie Harris
Cathy Geary:
Lisa Hartman
Ruth Galveston:
Ava Gardner

The game of moral dilemmas, hosted by Simon Mayo.
Guests this week: Peter O'Brien
Barbara Windsor
Julian Critchley , MP Jeremy Hardy and a special guest.
Simon's guests struggle to crack each others' moral code.
Executive producer PAUL JACKSON Associate producer NICK SYMONS Producer JOHN ROONEY
A NOEL GAY TELEVISION production for BBC North West

Contributors

Unknown:
Simon Mayo.
Unknown:
Peter O'Brien
Unknown:
Barbara Windsor
Unknown:
Julian Critchley
Unknown:
Jeremy Hardy
Producer:
Paul Jackson
Producer:
Nick Symons
Producer:
John Rooney

Andy Crane - starting with Barney with the voices of Tim Brooke-Taylor Harry Enfield Jan Ravens Enn Reitel.
Barney's Big Spring Clean Barney and Roger call
Cornelia in to help with their big spring clean. The outcome is not to Cornelia's liking! But Roger is happy. Directed by BOB BALSER
Produced by JOHN COATES

Contributors

Directed By:
Bob Balser
Produced By:
John Coates

Where actions speak louder than words. Space
Introduced by Wayne Pritchett with Compton First School, Ealing, Mime Troupe. The Bodytalk band:
Bill Le Sage (keyboards)
Alec Dankworth (bass guitar) Mark Reader (guitar/vocals) and guest Graham Walters. Written by WAYNE PRITCHETT and NINA TULLAR
Directed by JULIA KNOWLES
Produced by PETER CHARLTON

Contributors

Introduced By:
Wayne Pritchett
Bass:
Alec Dankworth
Unknown:
Graham Walters.
Written By:
Wayne Pritchett
Directed By:
Julia Knowles
Produced By:
Peter Charlton

by BARRY MURRAY starring Paul Daniels The Wobblers (2)
The Wobblers are giving all the Puzzleopolians a big problem. Wizbit solves the situation with the help of an Ogle Box.
Directed by PHIL BISHOP (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Barry Murray
Unknown:
Paul Daniels
Directed By:
Phil Bishop

by BERNARD ASHLEY. Last of six episodes.
Ben decides to go back to the hospital, but as he returns home that night, he stumbles across West and the others loading up more crates of stolen chemicals.
Music composed by DAVID FERGUSON Videotape editor
MALCOLM J. BANTHORPE
Costume designer DENNIS BRACK Make-up designer
CHRISTINE GREENWOOD Producer BRENDA ENNIS Director COUN CANT
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Contributors

Unknown:
Bernard Ashley.
Composed By:
David Ferguson
Unknown:
Malcolm J. Banthorpe
Designer:
Dennis Brack
Unknown:
Christine Greenwood
Sir Richard Johnson-Marshall:
John Barcroft
Dr Skellman:
Bronwyn Baud
Adam Roberts:
Mark Burdis
Charmaine:
Claire Callaghan
Lyn Westcott:
Helen Duvall
Martouf:
Barrie Houghton
Dave Westcott:
Nigel Humphreys
Brit:
Tony London
Ted:
Eric Mason
Lady Johnson-Marshall:
Lollie May
Scot:
Joe Mullaney
Barbara James:
Janet Palmer
Stephen West:
Marc Sinden
Ben Westcott:
Jeremy Sweetland
Alice Westcott.:
Mary Wimbush

Last in the series.
Further extracts of 50 years of film entertainment produced by Rank.
Narrated by Sir John Mills. This week:
Gotta Sing, Gotta Dance
Tuneful British toe-tappers take to the floor with Jessie Matthews in It's Love Again, Arthur Askey in Miss London Ltd and Petula Clark in Here Come the Huggetts.
Written by MAURICE SELLAR and LOU JONES Produced by MAURICE SELLAR and ROBERT SIDAWAY
A BEST OF BRITISH FILMS production

Contributors

Unknown:
Sir John Mills.
Unknown:
Jessie Matthews
Unknown:
Arthur Askey
Unknown:
Petula Clark
Written By:
Maurice Sellar
Produced By:
Maurice Sellar
Produced By:
Robert Sidaway

starring
The Switch.
Sue Ellen's movie mogul ambitions move nearer home as she gives Cally advice about becoming the leading lady in a certain Ewing man's life. Carter McKay makes his first moves as Weststar's new chairman and JR is about to discover that there are families and Families....
Written by LEONARD KATZMAN Directed by IRVING J. MOORE
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Contributors

Unknown:
Carter McKay
Written By:
Leonard Katzman
Miss Ellie:
Barbara Bel Geddes
Bobby:
Patrick Duffy
Sue Ellen:
Linda Gray
JR:
Larry Hagman
Clayton Farlow:
Howard Keel
Cliff Barnes:
Ken Kercheval
Lucy:
Charlene Tilton
April Stevens:
Sheree J Wilson
Carter McKay:
George Kennedy
Cally Ewing:
Cathy Podewell
Tracey Lawton:
Beth Toussaint
Tammy:
Irena Ferris
Bruce Harvey:
Jonathan Goldsmith
John Ross:
Omri Katz
Christopher:
Joshua Harris

Tim Rice takes over
Anne Robinson 's postbag for a look at your comments on BBCtv programmes.
Producer WARWICK CROSS
0 WRITE TO: Points of View,
BBCtv Centre. London W128QT.
0 RADIO TIMES LETTERS: page 88

Contributors

Unknown:
Tim Rice
Unknown:
Anne Robinson

Riddle of the Shroud
Is the riddle of the Turin Shroud solved at last?
Scientific dating says its cloth was made after AD1250. The Shroud is a medieval fake. The mystery is over. Or is it? Where was the Shroud made? How? Why has it many details that ought to have been unknown to a forger 600 years ago?
Are there clues to be gained from a present-day parallel to the Shroud - the imprint ot a dead man's body which appeared in a Merseyside hospice eight years ago.' Series editor DAVID FILKIN
Producer ROBIN BOOTLE (R) revised 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Introduced by Steve Rider and featuring:
FA Cup Football Highlights from the sixth round replays of the FA Cup; the prize a place in the last four of the competition. World Cup Snooker
The last of the quarter-finals features Northern Ireland, winners three years in a row 1985-7, against Canada, over the best of nine frames. Forza Ferrari!
It's over a decade since Britain had a world champion, and nearly as long since Ferrari had one, but Nigel Mansell could change all that.
Murray Walker has been to Italy to watch Britain's top driver prepare for the 1989 Grand Prix season.
Television presentation.
Football JOHN SHREWSBURY Snooker KEITH MACKENZIE
Assistant editor GRAHAM FRY Producer CHARLES BALCHIN Editor JOHN ROWLINSON
(Brazilian Grand Prix next Sunday on BBC2)

Contributors

Introduced By:
Steve Rider
Unknown:
Nigel Mansell
Unknown:
Murray Walker
Unknown:
Keith MacKenzie
Producer:
Charles Balchin
Editor:
John Rowlinson

BBC One London

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