Presented by Bill Turnbull and Jules Botfield.
Topical discussion with David Frost and guests. Including
9.00 News, plus weather later. Editor Barney Jones
A live celebration of Mass for Easter Day from the Catholic Cathedral of St John the Evangelist in Portsmouth. Music includes Jesus Christ Is Risen Today, This Joyful Eastertide and Thine Be the Glory.
Producer Pamela Hossick ; Executive
Producer Hugh Faupel
Pope John Paul ll's Easter message live from St Peter 's
Square in Rome. Denis Nowlan sets the scene.
John Craven is at fellow presenter Adam Henson 's farm to see his Easter lambs. Plus weather for the week ahead.
Sci-fi adventure starring Jeff Bridges. While trying to prove that his ideas have been stolen by his boss, a computer games designer becomes a competitor in a life-or-death video game. Review page 53. Director Steven Usberger (1982. PG)
Of Mice and Ben. Abi makes a documentary about family life. Written by Steve and Jim Armogida
Terry Wogan presents viewers comments and criticisms. Email: email@example.com or telephone
Craig Doyle reports from
Belize, where he has a chance encounter with actress
Cameron Diaz. Meanwhile Jilly Goolden and her aunt travel across Arizona. Holiday: Tamzin Outhwaite and Kate Thornton Down Under Thursday at 7pm
The Project. Can Dillon and his new friend foil the PM's plans to introduce an extra hour's homework a day -just for boys?
Written by Ian Hislop , Nick Newman Rrst shown on CBBC channel
Detective Andy Sharp:
Jonathan Edwards and Diane Louise Jordan host an Easter special from Spring Harvest, the largest Christian event in Europe. Featuring Casualty's Russell Boulter , the London
Community Choir and Graham Kendrick. Hymns include Christ the Lord Is Risen Today, Thine Be the Glory and Give Thanks to the Lord.
Maxine Mawhinney. Weather Michael Fish.
A new instalment of TV howlers, including Laurence Llewelyn -Bowen botching a piece to camera. With Paul O'Grady.
Director Sue McMahon : Producer Clare Finnett
Filmed across Italy and marking the 500th anniversary of the Mona Lisa , a three-part, semi-dramatised biography of Leonardo da Vinci , written and presented by Alan Yentob. The Man Who Wanted to Know Everything. Da Vinci unveiled his masterpiece The Last Supper in Milan during 1497, having learnt his craft at the heart of the Renaissance movement in Florence. He was also a practical engineer, designing an armoured vehicle for warfare and a parachute. Featuring Mark Rylance as Leonardo, Che Cartwright as Salai and James Faulkner as Sforza.
Producers Sarah Aspinall and Tim Dunn ; Executive producer Michael Mosley www.bbc.co.uk/leonardo Venl.vidl, da Vinci: page 20
The rural drama set in the 1950s returns for a second, ten-part series, starring James Bolam and Michael French.
It's business as usual in the Yorkshire village of Ormston as an abandoned child proves a mystery for Tom.
Written by Chris Chibnall
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The sounds of the 50s: page 15
Tamzin Outhwaite stars in Deborah Moggach 's dark two-part drama. On the surface Swindon-based Natalie has it all -good looks, a steady job and a reliable boyfriend. In reality she's bored to tears and short of cash, so when she hatches a scam that could be financially beneficial there's no holding her back. Concludes tomorrow at 9.10pm.
Producer Joy Splnk ; Director Tom Vaughan More cast tomorrow Holiday: Tarmin Outhwaite and Kate Thornton Down Under on Thursday 7pm Simon Pegg - Face of the Week: p67; Tamzin Outhwarte 's TV CV: pl46
With Maxine Mawhinney.
Weather with Michael Fish.
Romantic comedy. n Andrew Shepherd finds it a tough call being the US President.
Then one day he meets Sydney Ellen Wade and a certain chemical reaction takes place that makes running the country seem very easy. Widescreen. Review page 54.
Director Rob Reiner (1995, 15) Behind the Camera: page 49; Film Trivia: page 57
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Sydney Ellen Wade:
Robin McCall Anna:
Comedy. The promise of sun and sea lures the staff of Grace Brothers to holiday on the Costa Plonka. Widescreen. Review page 54.
Director Bob Kellett (1977, PG)