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: CBeebies: Pablo the Little Red Fox

Pumpkin is teased. (S)

: CBeebies: The Koala Brothers

Mitzi has a big adventure.

: CBBC: Arthur

: CBBC: Krypto the Superdog

New cartoon about the adventures of Superman's dog.
Shown Wednesday at 4.05pm on BBC1

: CBBC: The Queen's Nose

Feature-length episode. When the foster home burns down, the Parker family is faced with separation.

Contributors

Writer: Graham Alborough
Writer: Jesse Armstrong
Writer: Sam Bain
Writer: Phil Hughes

: Meteorites!

Disaster thriller. A sleepy Arizona town's UFO festival is interrupted by a deadly space shower. Review page 64.
Director Chris Thomson (1998, PG)

Contributors

Director: Chris Thomson

: Dragonslayer

Family-orientated fantasy adventure featuring the film debut of AllyMcBeal star Peter MacNicol. In the Dark Ages, the people of Urland beg a sorcerer to help them destroy a terrifying dragon. Review page 64.
Director Matthew Robbins (1981, PG)

Contributors

Unknown: Peter MacNicol.
Director: Matthew Robbins

: The Flying Gardener

In Hampshire.

: The Great War: Please God Send Us Victory

How stalemate on the Western Front prompted a British naval assault on the Turkish Dardanelles straits.
(BW) (Continues next week)

: Nicholas and Alexandra

A sumptuous epic portraying the lead-up to the Russian
Revolution and the downfall of Tsar Nicholas II and Empress Alexandra. Review page 64.
Director Franklin Schaffner (1971, PG)

Contributors

Director: Franklin Schaffner
Tsar Nicholas II: Michael Jayston
Empress Alexandra: Janet Suzman
Princess Anastasia: Fiona Fullerton
Rasputin: Tom Baker
Princess Marie: Candace Glendenning,
Princess Tatiana: Lynne Frederick

: Flog It!

Heirlooms and trinkets alike go under the auctioneer's gavel in Leatherhead, Surrey. (Revised rpt)

: Masterchef Goes Large

Three top restaurant critics are coming to dinner - can tonight's semi-finalists stand the heat?

: Springwatch with Bill Oddie

Have ladybirds already visited your garden this year? Following the survey's launch in January, Bill Oddie , Kate Humble and Simon King ask eagle-eyed viewers to continue recording their first sightings of spring at www.bbc.co.uk/springwatch. The data will be analysed when the series returns in late May. Plus wildlife reports from around Britain, from badgers to rutting red deer. Producer Miles Barton ; Series producer Stephen Moss
Repeated on Easter Day

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Oddie
Unknown: Kate Humble
Unknown: Simon King
Producer: Miles Barton
Producer: Stephen Moss

: Royal Gardeners

2/6. How hyacinths and marigolds, gazebos, roof terraces and fountains adorned the gardens of fashionable Elizabethans. With Alan Titchmarsh.
Director Kath Moore ; Executive producer Dick Colthurst

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Titchmarsh.
Director: Kath Moore
Producer: Dick Colthurst

: Gardeners' World

It's time to dig out those wellies in readiness for the UK's busiest gardening weekend. Monty Don sows a five-strong dahlia trial, while Chris Beardshaw spots trends at Amsterdam's international Horti Fair.
Producer Andy Vernon ; Series producer Sarah Moors RT DIRECT: book Gardeners' World - Gardening from Berryfields, E18 (RRP E20) incl p&p. To order, call [number removed]7979 (national rate)

Contributors

Unknown: Monty Don
Unknown: Chris Beardshaw
Producer: Andy Vernon
Producer: Sarah Moors

: Princess Margaret: a Love Story - Timewatch

Her romance with a dashing fighter pilot was the stuff of fairy tales - yet the prospect of marriage between the Queen's sister and Group Captain Peter Townsend , a divorced commoner, divided opinion. In 1955 she ended two years of tabloid speculation by choosing duty over love - but was it a needless sacrifice?
Director Sam Starbuck ; Editor John Farren Duty and heartbreak: page 37

Contributors

Unknown: Captain Peter Townsend
Director: Sam Starbuck
Editor: John Farren

: Dear Television

8/10. Astute, amusing and occasionally bizarre letters from TV viewers. More next week.

: Grumpy Old Women

4/4. Stuck in the Middle. Apparently they enjoy too much leisure time. Children? No, it's the elderly who irritate grouchy Sheila Hancock , Germaine Greer , Nina Myskow and others. Alison Steadman narrates.
Producer Judith Holder ; Executive producer Stuart Prebble

Contributors

Unknown: Sheila Hancock
Unknown: Germaine Greer
Unknown: Nina Myskow
Unknown: Alison Steadman
Producer: Judith Holder
Producer: Stuart Prebble

: Outlaws

11/12. A Dying Breed. Duplicitous Dunbar is tempted by a grubby financial carrot from a cannier class of criminal. Writer Jimmy Gardner First shown BBC3
11.00 12/12. The Decline of English Murder. Defending a teenage pervert could be the last straw for Dunbar. Writer Steve Coombes Cast on Sun First shown on BBC3

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Gardner
Unknown: Steve Coombes

: Smilla's Sense of Snow

Ponderous mystery thriller starring Julia Ormond , Gabriel Byrne and Richard Harris. Exiled Greenlander Smilla calls upon her scientific expertise to probe a friend's death in Copenhagen. Review page 65.
Director Bille August (1996, 15)

Contributors

Unknown: Julia Ormond
Unknown: Gabriel Byrne
Unknown: Richard Harris.
Unknown: Greenlander Smilla

: The Black Bargain

Kiefer Sutherland directs this noir-style tale about a Chicago mobster's downfall. Part of the Fallen Angels strand.

: BBC Learning Zone

[web address removed]
Repeats not indicated.
Open University/General Interest
2:00: The Museum of Conflicting Histories
2:30: Open Advice: Study to Succeed
3:00: A Question of Identity: Berlin and Berliners
4:00: Insights into Violence
4:30: Ever Wondered?
5:00: P-Y Gerbeau's Rules of the Game: Paying the Penalty
5:30: Renaissance Secrets: The Riddle of the Dome








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