Link (9.30 am? various ITV). As a prelude to the new fully-networked series starting on May 22, ATV are putting out three episodes of their programme for disabled people, "Link," on Sundays March 6, April 3 and May 1. In the first one, Charles Pocock of Rempluy answers criticisms levelled at his company's policy towards employing disabled people. Let's Celebrate (BBC 1, 9.45 am). The Promised Land: The story of the Exodus mimed by secondary schools in the Maidenhead area. Faith In Place (ITV, 10 am). Mass from the Catholic Cathedral in Portsmouth.
Come To Think Of 11 (BBC 1, 11.50 am). A Sunday meditation featuring a simple talk-in.
It's My Belief (BBC I, 6.15 pm). Greek Orthodox. Last year in a series called "It's My Belief," children of different faiths talked about themselves and their worship. Before showing these programmes again, BBC producer Molly Cox brought the children together to watch all the films and to question each other.
Craftsmen For Christ (ITV, 6.15 pm). Maurice Eglinton, organbuilder.
Patterns of Youth (ITV, 6.35 pm). Archbishop Antony Bloom.
Songs of Praise (BBC 1, 6.50 pm) from Hackney, East London. Michael Barrett asks members of black and white Christian communities how they work out their Christian commitments in the face of bad housing. unemployment and racial tensions. The Light of Experience (BBC 2, 7.10 pm). A Journey: Baroness Vera von der Heydt was born in Germany. She is trained as an analyst and is a former chairman of the Analytical Psychology Club and of the Guild of Pastoral Psychology. She has recently written "Prospects For The Soul,' published by Dorton, Longman and Todd.
Help! (Thames ITV, 11 pm). Tonight Joan Shenton shows viewers how they can enjoy a holiday while at the same time helping others to have one too. The number to ring if viewers are interested is 01-388 2345. And anyone wanting to take part in the "Can I Help'?" campaign should write for a sticker and booklet to: Help! Thames Television, 306 Euston Road, London, NW I.
Morning Service (Radio 4, 10.30 am). Throughout Lent the theme will be "Living Under The Cross." This Sunday, a former Head of Religious Programmes (Television) will preach from the United Reform Church. Palmers Green, on "The Cross and Freedom."
Sunday Rending (Radio 4, 7.50 am). Vernon Sproxton will read from "Confessions of St Augustine. The first of four programmes about Prayer at 11 pm is by the Rev Donald English, lecturer at Wesley College, Bristol.
MONDAY TO THURSDAY Thought for the Day (Radio 4. 7.45 am). Robert Rietty.
WEDNESDAY The Bare Essentials (Radio 4, 9.20 pm). The second speaker in the series will be Mary Craig.