SUNDAY Meeting Place (BBC I, 11.25 am). A studio discussion by a panel of consultants on the previous three programmes on the theme of the power of Jesus. The panel expand the subject. by calling in writers, speakers and actors engaged in creating fresh forms of worship. God, Our Help? (all ITV, 6.25 pm). is belief in God a real help in times of trouble? First programme of a three-part series which will look at three areas of human need: coping with physical handicap, adolescence and bereavement. In today's programme we see a typical morning in the life of 8-year-old Eamonn who suffers from spina bifida, and discover how his family — and particularly his mother cope with the problems raised. Songs of Praise (BBC 1, 6.40 pm). Not from a church but from the General Infirmary at Leeds, where one of the interviews is interrupted by a staff porter, the disc jockey Jimmy Saville. As one of the consultants of this infirmary was Florence Nightingale, the programme includes readings from her notes to nurses. The people interviewed by Michael Barratt are all connected with the hospital one of the porters, the catering manager, a West Indian nurse, a consultant surgeon in the Casualty Department, and a patient who has lost both his legs. Everyman (BBC 1, 10.20 pm). New-look Anno Domini.
MONDAY The Education Debate (BBC 2). Are standards declining in schools? It's a matter of deciding on goals, says Professor Denis Lawton, Professor of Curriculum Studies at the London University Institute of Education.
TUESDAY Play for To-day: A Choice of Evils (BBC 1). Each year in Italy on March 23, the massacre of 335 innocent Italians is commemorated by a march to the Ardeatine Caves, the scene of their deaths. The play tells the story of the massacre, using fictional characters with the sole exception of Pope Pius XII.
THURSDAY Royal Heritage: New Royal Documentary Series. New nineweek documentary on Britain's Royal Builders and Collectors, from the medieval kings to Elizabeth II. The BBC's major contribution to the Silver Jubilee celebrations.
FRIDAY Matter of Morals: You Shall Not Kill (Thames TV only, 6 pm). How seriously do we take this commandment? Is it ever right to take human life? The panel of guests includes doctors and others who have had to face up to issues of life and death.
SUNDAY Morning Service (10.30 am) will come from the Franciscan Friary in Olton, Solihull, Birmingham. The celebrant an preacher will be Fr Thomas More Mann, OFM.
In Sounds Like Sunday (7.30 pm) Leonard Pearcey will be talking to Gayle Hunnicutt and Lord Harewood about their 'Sympathy with Sounds'.
Dr John Greer, lecturer in religious education in the New University of Ulster ate coleraine, looks at the stages of our growth in faith from infancy to adolescence (People's Service, 11.30 am).