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7.10 Spot and His Grandparents Go to the Carnival
Spot is taken to the carnival in a fire engine.

7.40 Sparky's Magic Piano
Animation.

8.30 The Silver Brumby
Animation. (Repeat)

9.00 Inch High Private Eye
Animation.

9.25 The Midas Touch

Two-part drama about a boy given the gift of King Midas.

9.55 Teletubbies
Finding Chocolate Eggs. The fun-loving foursome look in on a chocolate egg hunt. (Repeat)

10.20 World of Peter Rabbit and Friends
Animation.

10.50 News
Regional News and Weather

From Palestine, Pam Rhodes presents a programme of words and music for Good Friday, with actors John Nettles and Kevin Whately , baritone Jonathan Veira , and the Coventry Chorale. Hymns include The
Holy City, God So Loved the World, When Survey the Wondrous Cross, Were You
There, There Is a Green Hill Far Away, and My Song is Love Unknown.
Producer R Medwyn Hughes : Editor Hugh Faupel

Contributors

Unknown:
Pam Rhodes
Unknown:
John Nettles
Baritone:
Kevin Whately
Baritone:
Jonathan Veira
Unknown:
Medwyn Hughes
Editor:
Hugh Faupel

Adramatisation of the events leading up to Christ's crucifixion, incorporating music and dance. Featuring the City of London Sinfonia and Choir of St Paul's
Cathedral, conducted by John Scott.
NarratorJESSYE NORMAN . Pontius Pilate ROBERT HARDY,
Procula Pilate PATRICIA HODGE , Judas KEVIN WHATELY
. Donkey minder RON MOODY. Centurion THOMAS ALLEN. The Spirit of Christ JONATHAN COPE Dramatised by Jane McCulloch ...........

Contributors

Conducted By:
John Scott.
Narrator:
Jessye Norman
Conducted By:
Pontius Pilate Robert Hardy,
Conducted By:
Procula Pilate Patricia Hodge
Conducted By:
Judas Kevin Whately
Conducted By:
Donkey Minder Ron Moody.
Conducted By:
Centurion Thomas Allen.
Dramatised By:
Jane McCulloch

Time-travel comedy adventure starring Michael J Fox

When teenager Marty McFly tries out Dr Emmett Brown's time machine he is sent to 1955, where he unwittingly changes his parents' destiny. Can he put things right and return to the future before it's too late?
(1985, PG) (Digital widescreen) (Subtitled)
See Films: pages 52-61 *****

Contributors

Director:
Robert Zemeckis
Marty McFly:
Michael J Fox
Dr Emmett Brown:
Christopher Lloyd
Lorraine Baines:
Lea Thompson
George McFly:
Crispin Glover
Biff Tannen:
Thomas F. Wilson
Jennifer Parker:
Claudia Wells

Stuart Hall , John Fashanu and David Dickenson host a swapping roadshow, while Mary Nightingale referees to ensure fairplay. Subtitled .........................

Contributors

Unknown:
Stuart Hall
Unknown:
John Fashanu
Unknown:
David Dickenson
Unknown:
Mary Nightingale

' Comedy starring
Charles Grodin
A St Bernard puppy escapes from dog catchers and finds his way to the Newton household. They name him Beethoven, but not only does he grow enormous and spread chaos, he also seems to be foiling George Newton 's business expansion plans.
Director Brian Levant (1992, U)
♦ See Rims: pages 52-61 ****

Contributors

Unknown:
Charles Grodin
Unknown:
George Newton
Director:
Brian Levant
George Newton:
Charles Grodin
Alice Newton:
Bonnie Hunt
DrVamick:
Dean Jones
Ryce:
Nicholle Tom
Ted:
Christopher Castile
Emily:
Sarah Rose Karr

The hits from this week's top 40, featuring live performances, videos, the top 20, and the best-selling single.
Repeated on Saturday Subtitled ........89
WEBSITE: [web address removed]
TOP OF THE POPS - THE MAGAZINE: available from newsagents

Contributors

Director/Producer:
Chris Cowey

A year ago, Alan Titchmarsh , Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh were given just two wet and windy days to transform a patchy and very public Whitley Bay front lawn. Beach pebbles, bubbling water and two tons of gravel helped turn it into a low-maintenance seashore gravel garden. In tonight's programme they return to see how the refurbishment has fared since their work was completed.
Producer John Thornicroft ; Executive producer Carol Haslam Revised repeat
Digital widescreen

Contributors

Unknown:
Alan Titchmarsh
Unknown:
Charlie Dimmock
Unknown:
Tommy Walsh
Producer:
John Thornicroft
Producer:
Carol Haslam

An edition of the domestic design challenge series that revisits former contestants to find out if they genuinely approved of the makeovers their rooms received. Presented by Carol Smillie, with Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, Linda Barker, Graham Wynne and Anna Ryder Richardson.
See today's choices.
The decoration game: page 6

Contributors

Presenter:
Carol Smillie
Unknown:
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen
Unknown:
Linda Barker
Unknown:
Graham Wynne
Unknown:
Anna Ryder Richardson
Producer:
Caspar Peacock
Executive Producer:
Linda Clifford

A psychological thriller in two parts, based on a novel by Minette Walters.
Starring Dervla Kirwan, James Wilby, Paul Freeman.

Following a car crash, photographer Jinx Kingsley wakes from a coma to find she has lost her memory of the previous two weeks, and is suspected of murdering her ex-fiance and his new lover.
Contains strong language and some violent images.
(Part two can be seen tomorrow)
See today's choices.

(Digital widescreen) (Subtitled)
The dark side of Dervla: page 26

Contributors

Author:
Minette Walters
Dramatised by:
Niall Leonard
Producer:
Tony Redston
Director:
Graham Theakston
Jinx Kingsley:
Dervla Kirwan
Dr Alan Protheroe:
James Wilby
Adam Kingsley:
Paul Freeman
DI Arthur Maddox:
Nicholas Gecks
DS Susie Blake:
Connie Hyde
Andrew Greenhall:
David Foxxe
Miles Kingsley:
Robert Hands
Caroline Harris:
Joanna David
Simon Harris:
Joseph Bennett
Rachel Harris:
Pandora Ormsby Gore
Sarah Materson:
Penny Bunton
DC Gary Fraser:
Martin Walsh
Trish:
Emily Corrie
Mrs Helms:
Marlene Sidaway
Mr Helms:
Peter Russell
Bernard Weston:
Peter Gunn
Donald Grant:
Bernard Padden
DCI Cheever:
Robert Demeger
DC Charlie Xavier:
Richard Laing
Meg Harris:
Charlie Fane
Leo Wallader:
Daniel O'Grady
Dr Clark:
Craig Crosbie
Bobby Franklyn:
Lee Ingleby

In the last in the current series, Michael Parkinson realises a long-held ambition to interview the American comedian and film-maker Woody Allen, who gives his first British chat-show interview in 35 years. Parkinson will return next year.
See today's choices.

The Andrew Duncan Interview with Woody Allen: page 16

Contributors

Presenter:
Michael Parkinson
Interviewee:
Woody Allen
Director:
Stuart McDonald
Executive Producer:
Beatrice Ballard

the Street
Crossing the Bridge. A year after the Good Friday Agreement, the Rt Rev James Jones travels to
Northern Ireland to meet some victims of the Troubles. The series concludes tomorrow

Contributors

Unknown:
James Jones

Romantic period adventure, starring
Tom Cruise , Nicole Kidman
Western Ireland, 1892: when tenant farmer Joseph Donelly tries to kill his landlord to avenge his father's death, the landlord's daughter intervenes and persuades Joseph to accompany herto the NewWorld.
Director Ron Howard (1992, 15)
* See Films: pages 52-61
Followed by Weather

Contributors

Unknown:
Tom Cruise
Unknown:
Joseph Donelly
Director:
Ron Howard
Joseph Donelly:
Tom Cruise
Shannon Christie:
Nicole Kidman
Stephen:
Thomas Gibson
Daniel Christie:
Robert Prosky
Nora Christie:
Barbara Babcock
Danty Duff:
Cyril Cusack

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