Pre-school capers with the quartet.
The well-meaning but incompetent rodent gets a curtailed message.
6.45 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Emily loses her lucky stone and, with it, her confidence.
Double bill. Molly and Taz find they have accidentally won a pair of concert tickets, then the Platypus Brothers' decision to clone Taz backfires.
7.20 Looney Tunes
Featuring Daffy Duck's antics as he torments a German film director. (S)
New girl band the 411 are in the studio with their new video and answering viewers' questions, while Blue appear in the second Featured Artist film. There's also a chance to catch up with the Smile Furry rabbits. Plus games and cartoon fun with Noah's Island, Arthur, Jackie Chan Adventures, UGetMe and Cavegirl.
Simulcast on the CBBC channel from 10.00. Hosted by Reggie Yates , Feame Cotton and Barney Harwood.
Continuing the lifestyle series that hears from people who have completely changed their way of life. plus more ideas on various ways of escaping day-to-day drudgery. This week the spotlight is on life by the sea. Presented by Nicki Chapman. Director Kate Dillon
Series producer Ann Banks
John Inverdale hosts the show from the home of Division One champions Worcester as the Premiership reaches its climax. With Jeremy Guscott.
Presented by Steve Rider and Craig Doyle.
12.45 Sport Plus A review of the week's news, including the latest from Athens.
1.15 British Superbikes
Highlights from Oulton Park of round four, with John Reynolds and Michael Rutter battling hard for a place at the top of the standings. Commentary by Charlie Cox and Steve Parrish.
1.45 Rowing Can Britain's recently formed coxless four - including three-time Olympic champion Matthew Pinsent live up to expectations as Poland stages the first World Cup regatta of the year? Garry Herbert , Gillian Lindsay and Dan Topolski provide the commentary, with Steve Redgrave back in the studio.
2.30 Golf Live coverage from
Warwickshire's Forest of Arden course of the final round in the British Masters. Darren Clarke and Justin Rose are among the star-studded field, but the lesser-known players will take heart from Greg Owen 's extraordinary performance last year, when the Englishman secured his maiden tour title at the 158th attempt with a three-shot triumph. Producer Jonathan Bramley Editor Lawrence Duffy
Second World War drama starring John Mills and Eric Portman. The heavily guarded Colditz castle in Germany is considered escape-proof by the Nazis. But the Allied prisoners of war refuse to admit defeat. Review page 55.
Director Guy Hamilton (1954, U) (BW) Postponed from Good Friday
1/6. Wolfgang Petersen's dramatisation of Lothar-Gunther Buchheim's wartime novel Das Boot. Autumn 1941: the officers and crew of German submarine U-96 spend a riotous last night ashore before embarking on a mission to attack British shipping. In German with English subtitles. Episode two follows on BBC4 at 8pm.
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New series 1/10. The show returns with a high-octane race to Monte Carlo. Lining up on the starting grid are
Jeremy Clarkson in a spanking new Aston Martin DB9 and Richard Hammond and James May aboard a high-speed train. Who will get their first? Meanwhile Cold Feet's Fay Ripley is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Executive producer Gary Hunter ; Series editor Andy Wilman See also Car Crash: the DeLorean Story at 9pm on BBC4
New series 1/6. In the run-up to Euro 2004, an insight into the world of football through the eyes of managers, agents and fans, as well as footballers and their wives, beginning with the high-profile turnaround of Chelsea by Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich , and the takeover of Weymouth by journalist-turned-chairman Ian Ridley , plus how publisher John Madejski helped rescue Reading FC.
Director Ian Denyer ; Producer Serena Bird West Brom boss Gary Megson is in So What Do You Do All Day?. Tuesday 11.20pm My club, my life: page 27
New series 1/13. Thy Kingdom Come. Andrew McCarthy stars in Stephen King 's adaptation of Lars von Trier's cult mini-series The Kingdom. When the victim of a road accident is admitted to hospital, he encounters a ghostly figure. The second episode follows on BBC3 at 11.20.
First shown on BBC3 (AD)
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Romantic comedy starring David Schwimmer and Gwyneth Paltrow. Bored unemployed college-leaver Tom is asked by the mother of a school friend to be a pallbearer at her son's funeral. Unable to tell her he has no recollection of her son, Tom accepts. Review page 55.
Director Matt Reeves (1996, 12)
WorkSkillS in Engineering Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 The Complete Guide Traditional industries. electronics and aerospace 21768 3.00 Building Bridges The 1879 Tay Bridge disaster 35010 4.00 Design Challenges Environmental issues 69565 5.00 Tunnels and Towers