Pocket Dragon Adventures
A pot of gold is up for grabs.
7.10 Blue Peter
(Shown last Friday BBC1)
7.35 The Scooby, Scrappy and Yabba Doo Show
8.00 Xchange Xtra
A new ten-part run of the craft show.
8.25 Looney Tunes
Every weekday for the next two weeks, viewers will have the chance to choose between two programmes. A stack of the winning show will be shown at 8.30, 9.00. 9.20 and 9.45. Today it's Cavegirl or Tracy Beaker. Voting details Thursday. Ends 10.00.
Mum pays Roast to babysit. With Stacey Cadman.
(B) Tracy Beaker
Can Tracy find Cam a man?
8.50 Looney Tunes
Bugs Bunny wages war with a bull.
A troupe of acrobats provide entertainment.
(B) Tracy Beaker
Tracy and Elaine have a row.
9.15 Looney Tunes
Cartoon fun with Sylvester and Tweety.
A humiliated Dad leaves the village.
(B) Tracy Beaker
A new girl causes disruption.
9.35 Looney Tunes
Daffy gets caught up with a bank robber.
A tribe of women win over Cavegirl.
(B) Tracy Beaker
Tracy improves her behaviour.
A new two-week Easter strand. Ends 11.00.
Max, Bella and Jake find some tulips. (R) (S) (W)
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Dipsy stands on top of the house. (R) (S)
10.50 The Little Polar Bear
Animated arctic adventures. (R) (S)
10.55 Beebie's Tails
Today, Beebie and the Lost Sheepdog. (S)
**** Disney adventure. Two dogs and a cat embark on ajourney. Review page 5L Director Fletcher MarMe (1963. U)
Presented by Adam Shaw.
John Hess recounts the Wall
Comedy starring Cary Grant. Admiral Matt Sherman agrees to Lt Holden's odd schemes.
Widescreen. Review page SL Director Blake Edwards (1959. U)
Rim Trivia: page 51
A profile of the ex-star actress Brigitte Bardot.
Two car enthusiasts want a rural home in Yorkshire. iAnother episode tonight at 8.30pm
Then Party Election Broadcast By the Labour Party.
Beginning a nightly run this week of the hectic game show.
Dermot Mumaghan and Suzi Perry try to find and solve hidden clues around the world, following guidelines laid down by two contestants. Prize money - potentially f 2,000 - increases as each clue is solved. Tonight two contestants from London face a set of clues in San Francisco.
Series producer Hester Davies ; Executive producer Malcolm Heyworth
The first of five trawls this week of the Top of the Pops archive by Marion and Geoff's Rob Brydon.
Blowout. Armed with a budget of L85,000, DJ John "00" Fleming from Hove, East Sussex, wants to ditch his Porsche Carrera 4 for a faster, more luxurious motor. In the last of the series, Dominic Littlewood and Jason Barlow impart advice, but there's a surprise in store for their client - driving lesson from a very famous ex-Formula One driver.
Director Ewan Keil ; Series producer Karen Mackinder
Four members of the Royal Institute of British Architects take on a quartet from the Royal Society in the second of a new series. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions.
Director Tracey Rooney ; Producer Peter Gwyn
Walsall to Devon. While searching rural Devon for a country home for three generations of a Midlands family, Nick Page gets to find out what one member of the family thinks about moving in with his mother-in-law. Another episode is tomorrow at 3.25pm. (Revised repeat)
Never Mind the Buzzcocks Brian Molko from Placebo, DJ Roger Sanchez , ex-East 17 member Tony Mortimer and impressionist Jon Culshaw guest. Refereed by Mark Lamarr , with team captains Phill Jupitus and Sean Hughes. Director John L Spencer ; Producers Simon Bullivant and Warren Prentice
The satirical series that puts lookalikes of the famous in amusing and often shocking situations continues. Contains strong language.
Director Alison Jackson ; Producer Catherine Bailey
Nell McAndrew , Hugh Feamley-Whittingstall and Michael Winner guest on Vic and Bob's quiz.
Director Richard valentine; Producer Lisa CfamRptd on Easter Day BBC VIDEOS: Shooting Stars Unpicked and Plucked. £9.99 and Shooting Stars Unviewed and More. £12.99 from www.bbcshop.com
Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer present I Love 1991 on Good Friday at 11.35pm
Analysis of the news, with Gavin Esier.
Editor George Entwistle
Beginning a four-part series looking at how people from other countries adapt to living in Britain. Tonight two young Kurds who live in the shadow of armed gangs in north London, plus a Zimbabwean woman trying to make a fresh start after the murder of her husband. Continues on Thursday at 11.20pm.
Series producer Leo Telling; Executive producer Sandra Jones
Behind Bars. The director general of Her Majesty's Prison Service, Martin Narey , spends a week working as an officer at Parkhurst on the Isle of Wight. Director Hugh Dehn ; Executive producer Robert Thirkell
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 In Pursuit of Pleasure - Off to Town 55825 1.00 Composing: George Fenton in Conversation 15844 1.30 One Fact, Many Facets
National Test Revision 2.00 Key Stage 3 Bitesize Revision: Maths 1
Languages 4.00 Japanese Language and People 3-4
Working In the Community 5.00 Communicating to Raise Funds -how improving skills can help charities
Open University 6.00 The British Family: Sources and Myths 31450 6.30 Open Advice - Staying on Course