Presented by Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams.
(Timetable on Monday)
Visits to Lundy Island and the Lake District.
A chance to go behind the scenes and observe some animal actors at work. Narrated by John Peel.
A meditation for Easter in which Bishop Richard Holloway explores the continuing power and relevance of the story of Jesus's last hours before his death. Martin Jarvis reads the Good Friday story, with music from the Adventist Vocal Ensemble who sing Gospel songs and spirituals including Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen and Where Were You When They Crucified My Lord?
Biblical animation retelling of the story of Jesus, featuring the voices of Ralph Fiennes, Ian Holm, Richard E Grant, Julie Christie, and William Hurt. Review page 58. (1999, U)
An episode from the second series of the classic comedy starring Patricia Routledge.
Hyacinth and Richard join the major for a golfing weekend.
Third comedy in the Love Bug series, starring Dean Jones.
The loveable Volkswagen Beetle is entered in the Paris-Monte Carlo rally. But jewel thieves have hidden a valuable diamond in Herbie's petrol tank and are soon in hot pursuit. Review page 58. (1977, U)
Comedy starring Ardal O'Hanlon.
Arnie is given his powers back so that he can help George with his superhero work.
Fantasy adventure. Pod, Homily and their children Peagreen and Arietty are the Borrowers, a family of tiny people living secretly in the house of young Pete. When Pete's Great Aunt Mary dies, it looks as if the house may fall into the hands of nasty local lawyer, Ocious P Potter.
(Review page 61) (1997, U)
Ocious P. Potter:
Disney's live-action adaptation of the classic tale.
Love blossoms for dalmatian owners Roger and Anita when their pets meet in the park. But the fur-loving Cruella De Vil has her eye on them their new litter of puppies.
Review page 61. (1996, U)
Cruella De Vil:
In the last of the series, Matt Allwright investigates a door-to-door burglar alarm company, which wouldn't take no for an answer. A second series returns later in the year.
A selection of this week's Top 40 singles chart smashes.
BBC Top of the Pops Magazine: Â£1.80
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It's Mark and Lisa's big day and, as Phil gets down to brass tacks, has Pauline finally run out of time?
Episode written by Rob Gittins
(For further cast see Monday and Thursday)
(Repeated 10pm on BBC Choice)
(Omnibus edition next Sunday)
In the fourth part of the new comedy series Miriam is devastated to learn that her teenage daughter is pregnant.
Football Focus presenter Ray Stubbs joins in the fun for the third week in a row in the fifth of Lenny Henry's new six-part comedy sketch show.
Dawn and Jennifer star in their own version of Lord of the Rings, in which they search for an Oscar. Bono and Sophie Ellis Bextor also make unusual appearances.
Now you're Tolkien: page 11
National and international news.
Weather; Regional News
Sir Cliff Richard, Elvis Costello and Carol Smillie guest on this week's edition of Jonathan Ross's chat show.
Katie is convinced that Matthew is seeing someone else. Shown on Sunday at 9pm
Horror starring Suzanna Leigh and Frank Finlay.
Suffering exhaustion, a pop singer searches for peace and quiet on a remote British island but instead finds a colony of killer bees.
Review page 61. (1967) *
Followed by Weatherview
Horror starring Ralph Bates and Kate O'Mara, and featuring David Prowse.
Cold-blooded young student Victor Frankenstein continues his father's horrific experiments in bringing the dead to life.
Review page 61. (1970, 15)
(Postponed from 8 March)