The Cramp Twins
At the annual barbecue, Lucien and Tony play a trick on Wayne.
7.10 Yvon of the Yukon
Yvon becomes the leader of a gang of snowmobile riders.
7.35 Looney Tunes
Classic cartoon favourites, including Daffy Duck, Sylvester and Tweety, and Bug Bunny.
8.05 The Wild Thornberrys
It's April Fool's Day and Eliza and Marianne play tricks.
On the interactive show teen rock band Natural perform live in the studio. Plus animated fun with Rugrats, Looney Tunes, Ace Lightning, The Scooby-Doo Show, and The Mummy.
Presented by Fearne Cotton, Reggie Yates and DJ Devstar.
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Singer Chris Rea is the guest on today's show. Aled Jones takes a look at the week's news, comedian Dominic Holland investigates what Mormons believe. Rajesh Mirchandani looks at funerals, and Philippa Forrester and Ross Kelly host the regular studio debate.
producer Julie Bradshaw
Series producer Abigail Saxon
A look at issues of concern in the countryside, presented by John Craven. Plus weather for the week ahead. EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Topical interviews and political reports, with John Humphrys. Including 12.00 News.
Editor David Jordan www.bbc.co.uk/otr
Presented by Clare Balding, Hazel Irvine and Damian Johnson.
1.00 G Two An overview of the week's sporting news, plus a preview of forthcoming events.
1.30 Motorcycling Highlights of last week's climax to the British Superbikes season. Sean Emmett was looking for a spectacular finale at Donington to pip Steve Hislop to the crown.
2.20 Racing The Prix de I'Arc de Triomphe at 4.30 is the highlight of this afternoon's card from Longchamp, with the famous French race attracting a strong field. Last year's Arc was won by the English thoroughbred Sakhee, ridden by Frankie Dettori. Other races are at 2.35, 3.10 and 3.45.
5.00 Snooker The first world ranking tournament of the new season, the LG Cup, continues at Preston's Guild Hall. Six-times world champion
Steve Davis is among those in action today, hoping to book a match with long-time adversary Jimmy White in the next round. Racing producer Gerry Morrison Racing editor Carl Hicks
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Highlights of the event held earlier today in which around
47,000 people ran a half-marathon course from Newcastle to South Shields and millions of pounds were raised for charity. Introduced by Sally Gunnell , with commentators
Steve Cram and Brendan Foster and reports from Suzi Perry , Carol Malia , Wendy Gibson and Simon Thomas.
First-round action continues at the Guild Hall in Preston.
Six-times world champion Steve Davis is looking for a second-round spot against Jimmy White as he takes on Scotland's Jamie Burnett. Win or lose, he will be joining Hazel Irvine and John Parrott in the studio to take a look back at the day's highlights.
Another chance to see Simon Schama evoking key moments of Britain's dramatic past in this flagship series.
Burning Convictions. Henry VI II's passion for Anne Boleyn set in motion a tidal wave of religious upheaval.
Simon Schama tries to explain how, only three generations after Henry VIH 's excommunication as a result of his marriage, Britain ceased to be a Catholic country.
Director Tim Kirby : Producer Martina Hall
Rogers Rangers. Pioneering British frontiersman, Robert Rogers was a childhood hero of Ray Mears. Returning from a raid during the Seven Years War against France in New England and Canada, and with winter rapidly setting in, Rogers kept his soldiers alive in the harshest of wildernesses - a remarkable feat of survival re-created by Mears.
Director Ben Southwell ; Series producer Dick Colthurst
The latest in a series of contemporary black celebrity profiles charts the extraordinaryjourney of the Queen of Motown, Diana Ross, from the days of her Motown hits with the Supremes to her nomination for an Oscar for her role as singer Billie Holiday. The film also looks at her achievement of running her own lucrative business empire as well as being the mother of five children. With contributions from Bonnie Greer, Boy George and June Sarpong. Narrated by Mica Paris.
Producer Marie Wynter
Series producer Paul Blake
Comedian Dave Gorman follows his final set of instructions given to him by a panel of astrologers. He dresses as Chris Eubank and walks around a Dubai golf course in pursuit of Ian Woosnam. Will the conclusion of the experiment be that it is wise to follow horoscopes? Written and produced by Dave Gorman and Danny Wallace
Director Gareth Carrivick
Stephen Lee begins the defence of his title tonight in the first of this year's second round matches. Hazel Irvine introduces highlights of this best-of-nine frames encounter.
Western. Determined to become a cowboy, 16-year-old
Ben Mockridge buys a$4 pistol and joins a cattle drive. But a gun battle with rustlers soon brings a brutal reality to his idyllic view of the Wild West. Widescreen. Review page 55.
Director Dick Richards (1972)
Repeats are not indicated.
Curriculum Development 2.00 Blast
Languages 4.00 The French Experience (parts 1-4) Webwise for Business 5.00 Using the Internet Open University 6.00 How We Study Children
6.30 An English Accent