Link (all ITV 10.30 am). ATV's magazine for disabled people is to be fully networked as from today and will he seen at the latest time of 10.30 am, Catering for all kinds of handicapped people, Link has proved very informative and popular in those areas where it .has been already shown. This week's edition considers the right of people in mental hospitals to have the vote. There is also film about an infant school in Kent which has been integrating mentally handicapped children.
Saints Alive (all ITV except STV/UTV), 6.25 pm). Cliff Richard talks about his faith, his trip to Russia and his new autobiography. There is music with a touch of the Caribbean from the Holt School Steel Band and Dr Michael Hornsby-Smith discusses the result of the Catholic Herald Gallup Poll Survey.
Songs of Praise (BBC 1, 6.40 pm).
Representatives of all
denominations meet in the modern Corpus Christi Catholic Church at Wokingham, to sing hymns selected by local people. Everyman (BBC I , 10.20 pm approx). The less we possess, the happier we are. In order to examine this unlikely-sounding recipe for happiness, reporter Peter France meets: An Irish dosser who sleeps rough and eats out of dustbins.
A self-made millionaire who has learned what happiness money can buy.
A London journalist who's given up her job to go and live in a remote part of Wales. The leaders of an Essex community who refuse gifts of money and choose to live with as few possessions as possible.
Mother Teresa of Calcutta and some of her Missionaries of Charity.
In addition, Peter France goes to Assisi at the time of the 750th anniversary of St Francis.
Open Door: To be Seventeen In Belfast (BBC 2). Four I7-year-olds who grew up together in East Belfast. Nothing to do, nowhere to go (safely) and who cares'? Discussing the problems illustrated by these lour boys will be Lord Meichett, Mairead Corrigan and representatives from the RUC and Army. Panorama: Pollee Power (BBC I). As the traditional keeper of law and order, the British policeman has very few civil rights himself. He can't take a second job, he can't join a union and he can't go on strike. Should the policeman be unionised?
Everyman (BBC I, 10.20 approx) The new General of the Salvation Army talks about his job and the relevance of the Salvation Army to the age of the Welfare Slate.
Choral Evensong (Wednesday, Radio 3, 5.30 pm) comes from St Alban's Abbey. The speaker in this week's Thought For The Day (Radio 4, 7.45 am) is Bishop Michael Marshall of Woolwich.
A new series of Songs of Protest (Radio 2, Wednesday, 10.30 pm) begins in the 14th century with the Peasants' Revolt. Throughout the series songs will be presented in Categories rather than chronologically race, working conditions, political, anti-war, etc.