Presented by Mishal Husain and Charlie Stayt. (5)
Shown yesterday at 10.20pm
An Easter Day celebration live from the Spring Harvest festival in Minehead, Somerset. Steve Chalke
and Rachel Orrel lead the service, while hymns include In Christ Alone and Thine Be the Glory. With Diane Louise Jordan. Director David Kremer
Producer Hugh Faupel
Pope Benedict XVI delivers his first Easter message and blessing to "the city and the world", live from St Peter 's Square, Rome.
With Denis Nowlan. IS)
John Craven visits a stately home said to have inspired Brideshead Revisited. Plus artists who have created a record of the changing way of life of Northumberland's hill farmers. Includes Weather for the week ahead.
Funds for a school in the Gambia. Director Andrew Pearce ; Series producer Andrew Snowball
Hyacinth is out to impress Emmet. Writer Roy Clarke
Fantasy adventure. The house n which a family of tiny people secretly live is threatened by a nasty lawyer. Review paqe 68.
Director Peter Hewitt (1997, U)
Zbe Wiliams meets Jim Broadbent p40
Ocious P Potter:
For cast see page 52
The story of the first Easter is told at Lincoln Cathedral. Actor John Bowe delivers the message while music is from the Stuart Townend Band, the cathedral choir and congregation. Hymns include Christ the Lord Is Risen
Today. With Aled Jones.
Sports stars including
Graeme Le Saux and Colin Jackson brave acidic Anne Robinson to try to raise cash for charity.
7/9. Who's That Talking to Lenny? Gullible Lenny has heard a voice from above. Can his friends ensure he is set up for receiving further communications?
Writer Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell
Man in boat:
In the second visit to Renishaw Hall in Derbyshire in March 2003, items included a collection of bronzes, a portrait by Stanley Spencer and an important - and valuable - marble-top table. Michael Aspel hosts.
Producer Mchele Burgess Exec producer Christopher Lewis Homes & Antiques magazine: May edition out now, price £3.30
With Darren Jordon. Regional News
Weather with Peter Gibbs.
6/8. Mayo's faltering attempts to ask Alex round for dinner are not aided by the arrival of Mike Dean , a drugs-squad detective looking into the murder of a geography teacher with serious gambling debts.
Writer Danny Miller ; Producer Rebecca Hedderly
Director Fraser MacDonald www.bbc.co.uk/drama
Dl Gil Mayo:
DS Alex Jones:
DC Martin Kite:
DS Mike Dean:
2/2. This intimate portrait of the monarch captures her at events last summer that marked the 200th anniversary of Trafalgar and 60 years since the end of the Second World War. Plus a glimpse of the weekly meeting between the Queen and the PM and a look back at the 1990s, when divorce and death shook the monarchy to the core. Andrew Marr narrates.
Producer Sally Norris ; Exec producer Nick Vaughan Barratt The Queen at 80: Live from Windsor marks the milestone, Friday 12 noon
Presented by Darren Jordon.
Weather with John Hammond.
Oscar-winning crime drama starring Kevin Spacey , Russell Crowe and Guy Pearce. Three detectives are embroiled in a labyrinth of corruption, intrigue and murder involving a prostitute who looks like Veronica Lake and a sleazy tabloid editor. Review page 61.
Director Curtis Hanson (1997, 18)
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Capt Dudley Smith:
DA Ellis Loew:
Thriller. When a deaf artist is accused of murder, her lawyer lover has to defend her in court without implicating himself. Review page 70. Director Sidney J Furie (1998, 15)
Followed by Weatherview
Holby City Elliot needs Joseph's help.
3.10 A Passion for Churches 8/12. A couple trying to save
Gorton Monastery in Manchester.
3.40 The Armstrongs 2/8. Will a lack of language skills stop the couple doing business in France?
4.10 Downsize Me 6/10. Weymouth, Dorset.