Tales about Polkaroo and his friends.
Animated adventure with the collection of cool cats.
Science-fiction cartoon. Repeat ..........................
A compilation edition of highlights from the anarchic game show series concludes the run.
First shown FullyBooked
Shown on Easter Monday at 2pm
Then Rewind Shown yesterday BBC1
Cartoon. Repeat .........................
Teen sitcom, combining live action and animation, about pupils who create a comic book.
Teletubbies playa a hiding game.
North Devon, 1927: a pregnant otter, spared by local huntsmen, gives birth to a cub named Tarka, who is soon discovering the delights of living in the wild. But there are many dangers to be faced from both nature and man. Narrated by Peter Ustinov.
Director David Cobham (1978, PG) * See Films: pages 64-71
Masterofthe otter hounds:
Island of the Monkey God. A documentary about Balinese macque monkeys, which are revered in legend as protectors of the island and its temples.
Repeat Subtitled ................................
Business and consumer news.......
Today's leisure programme has reports on a voluntary mountain rescue team, badger watching, tennis and flamenco dancing. Plus the challenge is to look better without spending a fortune.
Live coverage from day two of Aintree's s Grand National meeting, which features the 2.35 MellingChase. Plus the 3.10,
3.45 and 4.20. Introduced by Clare
Balding and Richard Pitman. Commentary is by Jim McGrath , TonyO'Hehir, John Hanmer , Peter Scudamore , Jonathan Powell and Angus Lough ran. A preview Programme, The Night before the National, is at 7pm.
Digital widescreen Including at 2.45 and 3.25 News and Regional News Subtitled Weather
Esther Rantzen takes a look at various dance floor fads, both new and old, including salsa and Morris dancing, and Lionel Blair leads a lesson in line dancing.
Celebrities are challenged to identify homeowners
Double bill of animated comedy.
6.00 Homer the Vigilante. The town is victimised by a burglar.
Then at 6.20 Bart Gets Famous.
An accident on TV propels Bart to fame as the "I didn't do it" boy. Repeat
Videoplus code for6.00-6. 20pm Codefor6.20-6.45pm ............ Code for 6.00-6.45pm (not PDC).395828
Martine McCutcheon talks about single Perfect Moment, there's an item on the musical
Mamma Mia , which features the music of Abba, and group 21st Century Girls go tank shopping. Producer Jennifer Chatham ; Executive producer Chris Bellinger Repeated tomorrow during Live and Kicking Subtitled.
With less than 24 hours to go before the 152nd Grand National,
Clare Balding , Jim McGrath and Angus Lough ran visit the Aintree course and report on all the latest news and views on the 30-fence, four-and-a-half-mile steeplechase. The race is covered in Grandstand tomorrow.
Producer Martin Hopkins
A series of five off-the-cuff talks in which
Brian Walden reflects on why people considered to be vilhans are allowed to play prominent roles in human affairs. Hitler. Walden focuses on Adolf Hitler , making the case that he gained control of Germany because he managed to seduce voters with reassuring messages that caused them to ignore his real ambitions. See today's choices. Director/Producer David Cox
* The Andrew Duncan Interview with Brian Walden : page 26
Janet Street-Porter tackles the third leg of herEdinburgh-to-
Greenwich, south London, walk. In Yorkshire, Street-Porter hears the story of the butter sculptress Miss Mudd, learns about rearing champion horses and isjoined by comedian Vic Reeves at his childhood home in Headingley. Director Carl Hindmarch
Gay Search's garden-design course reaches the stage when she gives a guide to choosing flowers and foliage.
Pippa Greenwood pricks outtomato seedlings and sows carrots, parsnips and cauliflowers in her organic kitchen garden, while Stephen Lacey explores the garden rooms surrounding a former vicarage near the Norfolk coast. Alan Titchmarsh imparts advice from his Hampshire home. Series producerColette Foster Executive producer Tony Laryea
Digital widescreen Subtitled ........ BBC GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: available from newsagents
♦ See Alan Titchmarsh : page 48
Live coverage from Augusta,
Georgia, as the second round of the US Masters championship reaches a crucial stage.
Introduced by Steve Rider ...
Then Video Nation Shorts
News analysis, with Martha Kearney. Including at
11.00 News headlines.
' Period drama starring
Greta Scacchi France in the 18th century: Thomas Jefferson arrives in Paris as the American ambassador at the court of Louis XVI. Still grieving his wife's death, he begins seeing the flirtatious married socialite
Maria Cosway. Widescreen.
Director James Ivory (1995, 12)
♦ See Films: pages64-71 ***
' Thriller starring
7 Dorothy McGuire
A murderer stalks a small
New England town at the turn of the century. His victims are all women with some kind of physical disability: women like Helen, a servant in an old, dark Gothic mansion who has been mute since childhood.
Director Robert Siodmak (1946, PG)
Black and white
♦ See Films: pages 64-71
Followed by Weatherview
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