Presented by Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams.
A visit to Longleat animal park in Wiltshire, where presenters Kate Humble and Paul Heiney meet the animals and staff.
Executive producer Nikki Cheetham : Series editor Annette Clarke
Live from the Cathedral and Abbey Church of St Albans in Hertfordshire, Easter Day
Communion is led by the Dean, the Very Rev
Christopher Lewis. The preacher is the Rt Rev Christopher Herbert ,
Bishop of Saint Albans. Music includes Jesus Christ Is Risen Today. Thine Be the Glory and Ye Choirs of New Jerusalem. Presented by Pam Rhodes. Director David Kremer : Producer
Live from St Peter 's Square in Rome, Pope John Paul II gives his traditional Easter message and blessing, Urbi et Orbi, to the city and to the world. The scene is set by Denis Nowlan.
John Craven presents the rural affairs magazine. E-MAIL: email@example.com
Followed by News; Weather for the Week Ahead
In a 1994 Christmas special of the comedy starring Patricia Routledge and Clive Swift ,
Richard has an unsavoury foot infection which Hyacinth decides is not exclusive enough.
Written by Roy Clarke
Fourth and final film in the Love Bug comedy series about a Volkswagen car with extraordinary powers. En route to Brazil for a race, Herbie and its owners get caught up in a plot to steal Incangold. Review page 51.
Omnibus edition. Time is running out for Pauline as Mark and Lisa's wedding looms. For cast see Thursday and Friday
In a special programme for Easter from Norwich Cathedral, presenter Pam Rhodes is joined by former Brookside actress Sue Jenkins and the cathedral's choirs. The hymns include Christ the Lord Is Risen Today, Led like a Lamb and Thine Be the Glory.
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Talking dogs, rudely-shaped vegetables, musical teeth and singing grannies rub shoulders with hard-hitting consumer stories and tear-jerking tales in this celebration of Esther Rantzen 's long-running TV show, That's Life.
Producer Shirley Pope ; Executive producer Tessa Finch
Michael Aspel and the experts install themselves in the gardens of Houghton Hall, Norfolk, where finds include a rare Anglo-Saxon ring and a collection of silver teething rattles. Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis Repeated with sign language on Tuesday at 3.30am www.bbc.co.uk/antiques BBC HOMES AND ANTIQUES MAGAZINE: price L2.80
King Arthur is one of the most famous figures in British mythology, but was there a "real" Arthur? Mixing live action, computer simulations and archaeology, this documentary goes on a quest to discover the true story behind the legend. Presented by Richard Harris.
Producer Jean-Claude Bragard ; Executive producer Ruth Pitt Who was King Arthur?: page 23
A one-off edition, made for showing in the Millennium Dome, of the historical comedy. A new 21st-century Blackadder, with his servant Baldrick, tumbles through the past in a time machine, with disastrous consequences for the future.
A rerun of Blackadder II begins on Friday at 9.30pm
With Fiona Bruce.
Weather with Michael Fish.
Penultimate episode in the comedy drama. Katie struggles to stay off the booze for her article about living without alcohol.
Written by Oliver Brown ; Producer Christine Langan ; Director Julian Holmes
Repeated on Friday at 11.20pm
Michael Parkinson welcomes controversial funny man
Ali G and Sanjeev Bhaskar , the "star" of the chat show spoof The Kumars at No 42. With music from Jools Holland and his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra, and Sheryl Crow.
Director Stuart McDonald ; Executive producer Beatrice Ballard
High speed drama of racing and romance, starring Tom Cruise , Robert Duvall and Nicole Kidman. A cocky racing driver is recruited to a new team and forced to work with a veteran car builder. Widescreen. Review page 52.
Director Tony Scott (1990.15)
Followed by Weathervlew
Psychological drama starring
Peter Coyote. When Lieutenant Ted Lutz is posted to
Nevada, his commanding officer, Colonel Andrew Chase , takes a shine to his vulnerable wife. Review page 52.
Director Tim Matheson (1994.15)
Patrick Moore is joined by Douglas Arnold to validate the Apollo moon landings.
Producer Ian Russell Repeated next Saturday on BBC2