Hosted by Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Details on Monday
Discussion show. Followed by News; Weather
Home made Easter eggs, favourite holiday walks and more designer ideas for the home. Followed by News; Weather
The lads transform a Perthshire kitchen.
Designers Justin Ryan and Colin McAllister do up a terraced house for a home-buyer in Coventry. Followed by News; Weather
A family auction their antiques, hoping to fund their dream of self sufficiency.
Joe tries convincing Connor to stay. The show returns next
Tuesday after an Easter break. Repeated at 5.35pm
Forget Me Not. A young girl struggles to come to terms with her father's death.
Episode written by Joanna Quesnel
Cast on Wednesday
Deadpan. A critic is suspected of killing a rival after the two clash over a play based on Jessica's novel Mainly Murder. First shown on ITV
Balamory Drama series set in a Scottish island community. PC
Plum asks the children to help him make a scarecrow.
Written by Wayne Jackman
Miss Hoolie Julie:
Mona the Vampire Mona. Zapman and Princess Giant try preventing a sinister plot to take over the world.
4.10 All or Nothing The game show in which teamwork and good luck combine to win prizes. With Jamie Rickers and Tara Maguire.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.10am on BBC2 First shown on CBBC
4.35 Viva S Club The band feel dispirited by their low public profile in Spain.
Written by Paul Alexander and Simon Braithwaite
5.00 SMart Kirsten O'Brien ,
Susan Ribeiro and Mark Speight go on location with this year's Big Draw event.
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth. Including a weather summary.
Details on Monday
Followed by Weather with Helen Willetts.
Michael Aspel takes another star on a trip down memory lane. Producer Sue Green: Series producer Jack Crawshaw
Dot's act of kindness has tragic consequences.
Episode written by Sarah Phelps ; Producer Colin Wratten ; Director Philip Casson Further cast tomorrow Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 Should soaps perform a social function?: page 59
The path of human evolution split in two 300,000 years ago. While the Neanderthal had adapted to the European Ice Age, his African cousin faced a devastating drought. Professor Robert Winston traces our most recent evolutionary history in the last of the four-part series.
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A pair of zookeepers enter the lion's den of interior design, as each lets the other loose on their respective living spaces. Producer Linda Clifford ; Executive producer Linda Clifford
Chaos reigns when George and William palm off cheap fish on Taplows' chef in the second of the new six-part period drama.
Joseph James Daon Broni
Earl of Taplow Jeremy Kitcat Lady Caroline Alexandra Pakenham Mr Prothero David Westhead
Agnes Fraser Polly Frame Paul Samuel Board
Maggie Jackie Downey Llewelyn Ceri Mears
Writer Lucy Gannon ; Producer Harriet Davison ; Director Tim Whitby
Lady Caroline Alexandra
With Huw Edwards. 10.25 Regional News
Weather with Helen Willetts. www.bbc.co.uk/ten
In recent years Ellen MacArthur has dominated the world of single-handed sailing. This Extreme Lives documentary reveals how she adapted to the demands of fronting a highly experienced crew in a race to circumnavigate the globe.
Producer Steve Robinson Postponed from 2 April
From the IRA killer-turned-police informant, to the woman whose two marriages ended after both her husbands had affairs with her sister, Fiona Bruce investigates betrayal.
Director Jill Nicholls ; Executive producer Chris Loughlin
Period drama starring Maggie Smith as an eccentric Scottish schoolteacher whose unorthodox views inspire pupils at an Edinburgh girls' school. Review page 56.
Director Ronald Neame (1969, 15) Postponed from 20 March
Followed by Skiing Weather