Presented by Simon McCoy and Susanna Reid.
Amy the lioness gives birth at Longleat.
A live Easter Day celebration of Holy Communion from the Parish Church of St Peter's, Leeds. The service is led by the Rev Joanna Yates , and the sermon given by the Rev Roger Hutchings. Music includes Jesus Christ Is Risen Today and Thine Be the Glory. Director Matthew Woodward ; Producer Maurice Maguire
John Paul II gives his traditional Easter message and blessing to "the City and the World" live from St Peter 's Square, Rome. With Denis Nowlan.
John Craven and Ben Fogle visit the North Yorkshire town of Whitby to investigate the legend of Dracula, while Charlotte Smith reports from the Isle of Lewis on Plans for a massive wind farm.
Plus weather for the week ahead. Series producer Andrew Tomlinson ; Exec Producer Andrew Thorman
For cast see page 49 (AD)
Entertaining fantasy adventure starring Robin Williams as a grown-up Peter Pan who travels back to Neverland when his children are abducted by his old nemesis Captain Hook (Dustin Hoffman ). Review page 58.
Director Steven Spielberg (1991, U)
Captain James Hook:
Peter Banning/Peter Pan:
Prunella Scales joins Pam Rhodes in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, for an Easter celebration in words and music. The cathedral's new tower is nearing completion and those involved explain what the project means to them, and the town.
Hymns include Thine Be the Glory, Christ the Lord Is Risen Today and Lord of the Dance.
Judith's New Romance. Jean intervenes in Judith's love life.
Writer Bob Larbey
Has Anyone Seen a Peruvian Wart? Nora Batty is pursued by a renowned ladies' man (Roy Barraclough ).
Writer Roy Clarke ; Producer Alan JW Bell
On Boxing Day 2004 the world witnessed the terrible power of the tidal wave. Here, eyewitness accounts and actual footage illustrate its destructive force, while scientific analysis explains what caused the tsunami, and asks whether so many people need have died. Producers Nick Green and Tom Giles
Executive producer Matthew Barrett The Killer Wave of 1607 - Timewatch is on Friday at 9pm on BBC2
With Darren Jordon.
Regional News; Weather with Alex Deakin.
New series A chance to see the Queen in public and private, this short series chronicles a year in the life of Windsor, the world's largest inhabited castle.
1/3. The Banquet. President Chirac of France is coming to stay. The castle must look spectacular, the kitchens must create a meal to impress, and there's the small matter of the after-dinner show. Barbara Flynn narrates. Producer Matt Reid ; Executive producers Andy Goodsir and Martin Davison A favourable Windsor: page 28; Did you know?: page 67
The streets of Dickensian London are the setting for this star-studded drama adapted from the Booker-nominated novel by Sarah Waters.
Conman Richard Rivers enlists the help of petty thief Sue Trinder in his plot to rob a wealthy heiress.
Sarah Waters: Sex and the Victorian City, tomorrow at 8pm on BBC4
What the Victorians do for her: page 26
RT Direct DVD offer: page 27; One to Watch: page 67
With Huw Edwards.
Weather with Alex Deakin.
Intelligent Second World War romantic thriller starring Dougray Scott, Kate Winslet and Saffron Burrows. After suffering a breakdown, brilliant but fragile codebreaker Tom Jericho is given a leave of absence. On his return, he must contend not only with a new Nazi U-boat code, but also the mysterious disappearance of the woman he loves. Review page 58.
Director Michael Apted (2001,15) Film Highlights: pages 52
First-rate political thriller starring Robert Redford and Dustin Hoffman , based on the real-life investigation that led to the Watergate hearings. Review page 58.
Director Alan J Pakula (1976, 15)
Followed by Weatherview