The lunar worm is feeling out of sorts.
At a Scooby Snacks factory.
Where does cash come from?
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Digital viewers can find out how to join in with the show, and a Football Focus commentary competition, via the red button
Tips from the England hero on improving defence and ball control.
Nostalgic sci-fi adventure starring Peter Cushing and Roy Castle. The Doctor teams up with the Thais, a kindly people whose future is threatened by the Daleks. Review page 67. Director Gordon Flemyng (1965, U)
Totally Doctor Who is on BBC1 at 5pm; repeats of the last series of Doctor Who conclude on BBC3 at 7pm; and the new series begins next Saturday on BBC1 It's nearly Time...: page 12
Business news with Adam Shaw and Adrian Chiles.
The series continues on 24 April.
Capers with the streetwise TC and his pals.
r Comedy drama set during the Second World War, starring
Oliver Reed. An Allied PoW who works in a zoo hatches a bold plan to escape across the Alps - on an elephant. Review page 67. Director Michael Winner (1968, U)
9/10. At Eastnor Castle, James Martin prepares Herefordshire beef, while Alistair Appleton views a Gothic treasure.
A couple seek a nest for their new adoptive family.
Entrepreneur Simon Woodroffe and The Apprentice's Saira Khan take care of business.
Will the quiz veterans meet their match?
At a tearoom and farm in Devon, chefs John Burton Race and Michael Caines learn how to clot cream and churn butter as their contest to create a menu for the Queen's 80th reaches the dessert course.
See Monday's choice.
New series 1/3. The stories behind three paintings that encompass traditional Easter themes.
The Last Supper by Leonardo Da Vinci. Dan Brown 's blockbuster The Da Vinci Code may have brought the fresco to a new audience, but historian David Rosand argues that the book suffers from a basic misreading of the painting; here, he guides us through the work's life story. Narrated by Samuel West. Dalf's Christ of St John of the Cross is assessed tomorrow at 7pm. Producer Ian Michael Jones ; Series editor Jeremy Bugler Passion in art: page 33
Vivid autumnal displays.
Director Ewan Keil ; Producer Sarah Davis
3/8. Vann. WD Caroe was a pioneer in the Arts and Crafts movement, and his son, grandson and great-grandson all followed his lead. Jeremy Musson visits Vann, the rambling Surrey home of this architectural dynasty, where he suffers a nasty bout of vertigo.
Director Spike Geilinger ; Series producer Richard Trayler-Smith
The black chair awaits another quartet of contestants. Specialist subjects are Verdi's operas, Inspector Morse, Anne Boleyn and the locomotives of Sir Nigel Gresley. John Humphrys is quizmaster.
Contestants: to apply, go to [Web address removed] or write to: [Address removed]
New series 1/6. For Brazil's poor, one of the few ways out of the slums is through football. Now, in a shocking new crime, kidnappers are targeting their heroes' mothers for cash; Real Madrid's Robinho paid US $75,000 for his mother's release. This intense film follows the intertwining lives of three people who all came from the favelas - football superstar Robinho; Brazil's most notorious kidnapper; and the bossa nova-loving head of Sao Paulo's anti-kidnapping squad. Director Benito Montorio ; Exec producer Karen O'Connor
New series 1/6; series two. Pitch-black sitcom written by and starring Julia Davis as a monstrous beautician. Jill agrees to marry daft-as-a-brush Glen.
Director Dewi Humphreys ; Producer Alison MacPhail
First shown on BBC3 www.bbc.co.uk/comedy
With Gavin Esler.
9/10. The cheeky edit-suite monkeys make mischief with snippets of Toyah Willcox and Dubya.
11.50 10/10. Doctored news footage has Tony Blair hiding his bare-faced cheek with a balloon.
Producer Geoff Atkinson ; Director Steve Connelly
Schools Repeats not indicated
2.00 GCSE Bitesize Spanish.
4.00 GCSE Bitesize Art.