9.38 Colour Out of the Past Chicken in the Basket
10.0 Colour Look and Read The Hero
10.25-10.45 History 1917-73 The Cold War
11.0 Colour Watch!
Eggs for Easter: decorating hens' eggs. A collection of unusual Easter eggs. Making a chocolate egg. Easter cards. Presented by JEAN ROGERS and STEPHEN BRADLEY Producer ELIZABETH BENNETT
11.18 Going to Work
What's in it for Me?
11.40 Colour USA: California
12.5 pm A Job Worth Doing?
Dog Training the Easy Way with Barbara Woodhouse
Weatherman MICHAEL fish at 1.30
2.2 Music Time: 20
2.25 Television Club
Would You Believe It?
Stories about police work
Introduced by DAVID SEYMOUR With MIKE DORNAN
Director MIKE LLOYD (Birmingham)
How tough will it be? One month after the Election, the reckoning comes at 3.30 this afternoon. As the Chancellor of the Exchequer announces each change, Alastair Burnet analyses what it will mean to Britain - and to you - with ... Halmer Hudson , chartered accountant-the effect upon everyone's income; Anthony de Angeli , editor of The Grocer-the effect upon everyday prices, Peter Oppenheimer , economist - the effect upon Britain.
Whatever measures the Labour Government might like to have taken, will the measures they have felt obliged to take as the minority government satisfy the House of Commons?
Alan Watson reports upon the mood at Westminster.
Robin Day talks to the politicians. Paul Griffiths sums up at
4.30, 5.0 and 5.30.
Producers PETER CERESOLE , TAM FRY Editor MIKE TOWNSON
with Kenneth Kendall ; Weather
(including Regional Weather) Presented by MICHAEL BARRATT FRANK BOUGH , BOB WELLINGS and SUE LAWLEY
with David Vine
50 years of world sporting action Cliff Morgan and Bobby Charlton captain two teams
Cliff Morgan Bobby Charlton Peter Collins Mary Peters
Brian Huggett Rodney Marsh
Director keith PHILLIPS
Producer HAZEL lewthwaite (Manchester)
Peter Collins Mary
Brian Huggett Rodney
The Time of Their Lives with Marjorie Reynolds , Binnie Barnes 1780. When Horatio Prim and Mistress Melody Allen are mistakenly shot by George Washing ton's soldiers, they are condemned to a ghostly existence for 166 years in the colonial mansion Danbury Acres. But the shades' peace is disturbed - and the fun begins - when the old house is restored and people move in. Director Charles BARTON
This Week's Films : page 9
Dr Ralph Greenways:
by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais
Bob becomes more and more depressed by Thelma's absence and Terry's housekeeping.
Book based on previous series, 50p; see page 74. Record BBC RESL10 available from record shops, price 48p
with Kenneth Kendall and Peter Woods ; Weather
The Chancellor of the Exchequer Rt Hon
Denis Healey , MP for the Government
(On BBC2 at 10.45; R4 at 10.10 pm)
It was called ' Operation Chariot' and produced five VCs, 78 other medals and 51 mentions in dispatches, between 611 men. Winston Churchill recognised it as one of the key successes of the war - and an act of almost incredible courage on the part of 600 sailors and commandos.
At midnight on 27 March 1942, a combined force of Royal Navy and commandos sailed up the River Loire, under heavy fire from German shore batteries. Their objective: to destroy the giant Normandie dock at St Nazaire, prospective Atlantic base for the dreaded battleship Tirpitz. The story is written and told by one of the survivors, former commando captain Michael Burn, MC, who finished the war in Colditz.
Producer TONY BROUGHTON
A BBCtv/ORTF co-production
(London only: see Variations)
Barry Norman looks at the new films, including Blume in Love starring George Segal , Papillon starring Steve McQueen and Dustin Hoffman , and Mean Streets.
Producer PATRICIA ingram
Introduced by Ludovic Kennedy
A Triangular Look at the Bible Brian Morris in a discussion with Kit Pedler and John Vincent
Producer R. T. BROOKS