Secret of the Unicorn 4: Kidnapped
Man in the Iron Mask Part 1
The piratical adventures of the rumbustious Captain Pugwash and his daredevil crew - not forgetting Tom, the cabin boy.
Stories from the Bible told with pictures
4: The Kings and the City of Jerusalem Storyteller RAY SMITH
Barry Norman looks at films for the family over the Easter holiday including Swallows and Amazons. Don Crown and his Busking Budgies tell their own story about the new Peter Sellers film The Optimists of Nine Elms.
Producer PATRICIA INGRAM
Consumers at Large and a chat with today's Weatherman JACK SCOTT at 1.30
The bear visits the King of the birds,
from the International Arena of The All England Jumping Course at Hickstead, Sussex
The five-day Easter International meeting, beginning today at Hickstead, heralds the start of Britain's most important equestrian sporting season. For the next six months hardly a week will pass without significant competitions providing pointers to the two World Championships scheduled for Hickstead and Burghley in July and September respectively. Today: The Wills Castella Stakes Commentators DORIAN WILLIAMS and RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD Introduced by David Vine
ALAN MOUNCER and DAVID KENNING
A programme for children under 5 Presenters
MIRANDA CONNELL , RAY C. DAVIS
Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Telestar and Molecular Mix-up
with Bernard Holley
Butch and Bax 4: Lost
Illustrated by BARRY WILKINSON Director DAPHNE JONES
Executive producer ANNA HOME
with John Noakes
Peter Purves , Lesley Judd
Producer JOHN ADCOCK
Assistant editor ROSEMARY GILL Editor BIDDY BAXTER
2: What are Fathers for Anyway? Pip, Judy and the General go to Victoria Barracks and complicate their father's life still further.
with Richard Baker ; Weather
bringing you news and views in your region tonight
(including Regional Weather) with The Consumer Unit
Presented by VALERIE SINGLETON and RICHARD STILGOE
Raymond Baxter with reporters William Woollard , Michael Rodd introduces the television weekly science report from around the world.
BRIAN JOHNSON , ANDREW WISEMAN Editor LAWRENCE WADE
Introduced by Noel Edmonds TOP OF THE POPS ORCHESTRA
Musical director JOHNNY PEARSON PAN'S PEOPLE
Choreography FLICK COLBY Sound RICHARD CHAMBERLAIN Producer ROBIN NASH
by JEREMY LLOYD and DAVID CROFT Hoorah for the Holidays
In the past, the staff at Grace Brothers have been allowed to take their annual holidays when and where they like. Suddenly, their freedom of choice is threatened. featuring with Designer NIGEL CURZON
Executive producer DAVID CROFT ProducerHAROLD SNOAD
Young Mr Grace:
The audience in tonight's programme is faced with a decision to make - decision that, if the whole country were to make it, might completely alter the British way of life. James Burke presents the evidence in a fast-changing drama that could become an everyday occurrence.
How often have you thought: ' If I were in charge ...' Well -in tonight's Burke Special-you are.
Director ALAN BOYD
Executive producer MICHAEL BLAKSTAD
with Richard Baker and Richard Whitmore Weather and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world
Three for the Fancy by PETER TERSON with Brian Glover as Art Ray Mort as Ern
Douglas Livingstone as Abe Art has a rabbit, Ern a guinea pig and Abe, a mouse. They're off to astound the world of the Fancy with a triple triumph ... but what about the Entwhistles!
Music SIDNEY SAGER
Film editor Oliver WHITE Script editor TARA PREM Producer DAVID ROSE
Director MATTHEW ROBINSON (Birmingham) Brian Glover , Ruy Mort and Douglas Livingstone : In Vision, 11.10 pm, BBC2
The first of ten films on the British countryside
Presented by David Bellamy Signposts
Suppose all our roadsigns mysteriously disappeared, how would we get on? The natural signposts of our countryside are abundant and if you know how to read them, they tell you a lot about your environment.
Producer MIKE WEATHERLEY
Book (same title) 11, from bookshops
A Finn on Tyneside
Down-town Newcastle is hardly the place where most Britons would choose to live, but then few of us really know our own country as well as we think. Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen is a young Finnish photographer who, four years ago, chose to settle in Byker, near the heart of Newcastle. How has she become so involved in the British, or at least Tyneside, way of life and what does she find so fascinating about a faith-healer, a body-builder, a pie-eating competition, a medieval banquet, or for that matter the working men's clubs?
Film editor PETER MARSH
ProducerJOHN. c MILLER . (Manchester) (Postponed from 28 March)
Meditations with PETER FIRTH 3: Man Alone