Yesterday's Premiership action. Shown yesterday 10.25pm (S)
The children's soccer series returns for six programmes. Today, England's fortunes in the World Cup qualifying stages and interviews with Edgar Davids and David Beckham. With Katy ! Hill and Matt Smith.
David Frost interviews the news makers and reviews the papers with his guests. Including, at
9.00 News plus weather later.
Editor Barney Jones (S) (W)
Toyah Willcox goes on demanding weekend retreat, and Donny Osmond shares his life philosophy with Alice Beer. Hosted by Juliet Morris and Phil Hammond. Plus live studio debate. Producer Abigail Saxon ; Executive producer Chris Loughlin (W) COMMENTS: [number removed] (maximum cost 8p) or e-mail email@example.com
This morning's recipes include a nougatine variety with a summer fruits compote. (R) (S)
John Craven with the rural affairs programme. Includes weather for the week ahead. (S) (W) E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
John Humphrys presents topical interviews and political reports. i Including, at 12.00 News.
Editor David Jordan (S) (W)
Repeated on BBC Choice at 10.05pm
Cast on Thursday (S) (W)
Classic comedy about a French cafe owner's wartime problems.
Comedy. A couple's bargain-price dream house becomes a DIY nightmare as they set about renovating their prized property. Reviews pp 62-67.
Director Richard Benjamin (1985. 15)
Sofa So Good. Lee and Stuart destroy Heather's sofa.
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Stephanie Hughes hosts a Palm Sunday edition from Reading in which guests include Boney M singer Liz Mitchell. Music, sung in Douai Abbey, includes Ride
On! Ride On in Majesty, My Song is Love Unknown, When I Survey the Wondrous Cross and God So
Loved the World. (S) (W) BBC MUSIC: Songs from the Holy Land, CD or cassette available from retailers
A film that reveals the grizzly bear as a complex, intelligent and adaptable animal. One which is just as good at prizing barnacles from rocks and digging for clams, as it is pursuing elk and swimming for salmon. Producers Patrick Morris. Jeff and SueTurner
Executive producer Neil Nightingale (S) See also Wildlife Special - Polar Bear on Wednesday at 9.05pm
Continuing the long-running comedy about rural pensioners. The Art of the Shorts Story. Howard panics when Pearl asks him why one of his undergarments is missing.
Written by Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan J W Bell (S) (W)
Peckham. Charlie Dimmock, the green-fingered expert, and her team visit Peckham, south-east London. Over the course of three months they help residents turn a dumping ground into a beautiful garden.
Series producer Abigail Harvey ; Executive producer Owen Gay
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Classic seventies comedy. Eric visits a car accessories shop and Ernie thinks he's come into some money.
Producer John Ammonds (R) (S)
Vincent needs a leap of faith if he is to be true to his best friend. The arrival of a faith-healer and a truculent Father Mac only adds to his problems.
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Second in this three-part series in which Jeremy Bowen re-creates the life of the man known as Jesus of Nazareth.
Scientific discoveries are throwing new light on Jesus's mission - including a first-century fishing boat found in the Sea of Galilee and a computerised re-creation of the Temple in Jerusalem. See Choice.
Series director Jean Claude Bragard; Executive producer Ruth Pitt (S) (W) INFORMATION PACK: an educational videopack is available to accompany the series. Send a £5 cheque payable to BBC Education to [address removed] Credit card order line [number removed]
How modern technology has brought Jesus's world back to life: p33
With Fiona Bruce. Weather Michael Fish. (S) (W)
Action thriller. A pair of research scientists go on the run when their discovery of pollution-free energy draws the attention of some sinister characters. Reviews pp 62-67.
Director Andrew Davis (1996, 12) (S) 902214 i Followed by Weatherview (w)
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Thriller starring Dennis Hopper. Young newspaper reporter Elden Tolbert returns to his home town to cover the murder trial of ex-lover Elsie Townsend. Reviews pp 62-67.
Director Kikuo Kawasaki (1999) (S) (W)