Is an extinct lunar dinosaur about to return?
The cub gets scared of spiders.
Muffy starts up an advice column.
A party is held on Earth.
Top tips in bagpipe playing and information on sleep.
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I Energetic family comedy with viatt Frewer and Rhea Perlman.
A dog's overexuberance costs its owner his job. But, in a neat twist of fate, the animal turns out to have some hidden talent. Reviewpage65.
Director George Miller (1998, U Followed by The Witness
Sprawling swashbuckler, adapted from the books by CS rurester. starring Gregory Peck and Virginia Mayo. With England at war with France and Spain, Captain Hornblower sails on a secret mission to deliver weapons to El Supremo , a bloodthirsty
Spanish rebel. Review page 65.
Director Raoul Walsh (1951, U)
7/10. The imposing Belvoir
Castle in Leicestershire provides the backdrop as James Martin tries to impress the Duke and Duchess of Rutland. RT DIRECT: for great cookware offers and ideas, visit www.blueshoots.com/rtdirect
A property developer splashes out in Staffordshire.
Can chefs James Martin and Gino D'Acampo stand the heat in the kitchen?
With Anne Robinson.
The general knowledge goliaths are challenged by a fresh batch of brainy upstarts.
It's the battle of the fish courses today with John Burton Race serving up a crab plate and Michael Caines preparing pan-fried Cornish lobster. Who will get the royal seal of approval? See yesterday's choice.
7/12. The candidates' next challenge is at Europe's busiest fashion store: Topshop Oxford Circus, central London as they try to get inside the minds of teenagers. The series continues tomorrow at 9pm. Shown last Wednesday RT DIRECT: The Apprentice book. £11.99 inc p&p (UK delivery only). Call [number removed] quoting RT (landline calls cost 8p per min)
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2/6. Strong Fences Make Good Neighbours. With Guy in hospital, Tom's workload piles up as he takes over the daily running of the estate while trying to get his garden plans off the ground. But an enormous hurdle must be faced when a row develops over the ownership of a piece of land that holds the key to the project.
Director Ant Palmer ; Executive producer Richard Klein
3/7. Three months into Dick Strawbridge and his family's quest to live an eco-friendly life in Cornwall, the battery hens arrive and Dick attaches a generator to the waterwheel to create electricity. Meanwhile, the pigs are causing feelings to run high.
Producer Susanna Handslip ; Series producer Lynn Barlow BBC MAGAZINES: Homes & Antiques (E3.30) and Good Homes
(E2.99) both have articles on Dick Strawbridge 's green experiment in their May issues, both on sale 5 April
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3/3. Three underachievers ensure there'll be no plain sailing for Yolande Beckles as she continues in her mission to get school slackers to pull their socks up. Siobhan is an attention-seeker with attitude, Barty shows potential but is easily bored and inconsistent, while Callum has a lack of respect and is disruptive in lessons. Will rebellion lead to rehabilitation?
Director/Producer Philip Jones
1/8. The Georgiou Family. Bed-wetting, tantrum-throwing, breast-feeding four-year-old [text removed] is driving parents Dee and Christina to despair. Dr Tanya Byron has four weeks to lay down a firm strategy and save the warring parents from angst and recrimination. Producer Stephen Maud ; Series producer Sacha Baveystock
First shown on BBC3
With Kirsty Wark.
As Ulster Unionist leader, David Trimble took a bold leap for peace when he signed up to the Good Friday agreement in 1998, only to be ousted seven years later. But what were the reasons behind his fall?
Producer Jonathan Crane ; Exec producer Jeremy Adams
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision Chemistry. Classifying material, changing materials and patterns of chemical behaviour. 23183 4.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision
French 1. Everyday experiences and personal and social life, plus writing, speaking and listening exercises.