Stories from the Bible told with pictures
3: Moses-The First Great Leader i
A chance for teachers and parents to join MICHAEL BARRATT in a preview of some of the programmes for teenagers at school in the next school year, including excerpts from Geography, Going to Work, Scene, English and the controversial new reading series from the USA, The Electric Company.
Director DAVID HAMILTON JONES
Executive producer RONALD SMEDLEY
With BOB LANGLEY, MARIAN FOSTER DAVID SEYMOUR and DONNY MACLEOD Family advice with Claire Rayner Weatherman JACK SCOTT at 1.30
Do We Really Need the Railways? Britain's railways were the engineering triumph of the industrial revolution but, say some economists, they are outmoded in the 20th century.
Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
Editor BRUCE NORMAN Producer GLYN JONES
Take a new look at the afternoon with Alan Towers and Iris Chapple Guests you may like to meet and some items from programmes you may have missed-plus Wednesday's regular features....
2.55* Exercise the lazy way With JOANNA LEWIS
3.0* Dr David Delvin talks about ... when your child has a temperature.
3.15* News Headlines
3.17* Dig This! takes a look at lawns. Can we have instant real grass? Do we need to bother about moss and weeds? Is plastic grass the answer? Donny MacLeod investigates. Our experts design another garden and answer some pot plant problems.
Producer JEREMY PALLANT (Birmingham)
3.45* Shopping Basket
A weekly check on food prices
3.50* Delia Smith with cookery hints and ideas
Producer JANET HOENIG
3.58 Regional News
A cartoon film from Russia
A little bear decides to explore the world outside his home
with Bernard Holley Butch and Box 3: Butch
with Joe Brown, Maureen Smith, Brian Brocklehurst and the Aston High School Orchestra
The second of a new series of programmes in which Roy talks to his guests about the lives they lead and the experiences they've encountered during their careers as professional musicians.
Music adviser JOHNNY PEARSON Designer IAN ASHURST
Executive producer MOLLY cox Producer ALAN RUSSELL
With Richard Baker ; Weather
bringing you news and views in your region tonight
(including Regional Weather)
A new film series starring with Tonight: No Place to Go
Ben is forced into driving a young gunman to Mexico - but there is something he insists on attending to first.
Dr Ben Elliot:
Wade Granger jOHN:
Betty Lou Yeager:
Clete Yeager Sr:
starring Ronnie Corbett
Written by BARRY CRYER and GRAHAM CHAPMAN No more insurance. Ronnie and Laura embark on a new life in the company of the Prince of Denmark.
Signature tune by DENIS KING Costume JANET THARBY Make-up LILIAN BRAGG Lighting JOHN DIXON SoundRICHARD CHl'BB
Designer ROGER MURRAY-LEACH Producer DOUGLAS ARGENT Have a short! paye 4
Ian Hendry , Wanda Ventham with Stefan Gryff Guest stars
Maurice Denham , Ronald Howard Paul Maxwell , Susan Engel in A Kind of Treason by MICHAEL J. BIRD
The Shepherds are back in Aghios Nikolaos. Ann remembers fragments from the past ... a past about which Erik learns the truth.
Series created by MICHAEL j. BIRD Producer MICHAEL GLYNN Director VIKTORS RITELIS
Chief Supt Fowler:
Sir Hugh Russell:
with Richard Baker and Richard Whitmore ; Weather
The ups and downs of a real-life family captured week by week in this 12-part documentary serial.
THE WILKINS FAMILY of Reading have a BBC film crew living with them. Will it be a national disaster or a petty squabble that the Family must face this week?
Director FRANC RODDAM Producer PAUL WATSON
The 1974 World Ice Hockey Championships
The Soviet Union, world champions for ten of the past 11 years, v Czechoslovakia who finished third in last year's event, from the Helsinki Ice Hall.
Commentator ALAN WEEKS International Swimming
An international involving Scotland, England, Bulgaria and Czechoslovakia from the Royal Commonwealth Pool, Edinburgh. Commentator BOBBY MCGREGOR
Tony Gubba introduces Sportsnight with news and views from sport at home and abroad.
Ice Hockey: THE FINNISH TV SERVICE Swimming: CHARLES MUNRO Producer JONATHAN MARTIN Editor SAM LEITCH
Introduced by Ludovic Kennedy including Submarine
This Easter there will again be demonstrations against what the CND calls Britain's ' deadly white elephant,' our four Polaris-carrying submarines. Midweek sails with the men of HMS Resolution as they take nuclear missiles out on a two-month underwater patrol, and sees how they cope.
' When you are away for two months it's two months entirely out of your life.'
'As you approach the jetty you think ... I wonder if my wife's there, I wonder if she's paid the mortgage -and all the problems loom up in front of you ...'
Producer DAVID MILLS
Editor PETER PAGNAMENTA
Push-button sailor: page 4
PETER FIRTH continues a sequence of meditations for Holy Week. 2: In Need of Others