Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Ben and Small name their rabbits.
Fun-packed magazine with Barney Harwood and Kirsten O'Brien.
11/12. Tim Lovejoy and Amanda Hamilton welcome guests Lemar and Phil Daniels, before delving into the classic TV archives and enjoying a Sunday lunch served up by chef Simon Rimmer.
BBC Good Food magazine
Simon Rimmer shares recipes from the series in its April issue. On sale now, priced £2.95
5/10. Vanessa Redgrave talks about her culinary tastes.
Shown last Friday
There's a new boy in the lion enclosure - will he make the grade? Series producer Chris Powell ; Exec producer Annette Clarke
Musical fantasy starring Brandy and Whitney Houston.
Cinderella lives a life of misery with her cruel stepmother and stepsisters, but her fortunes are set to change.
Review page 50. (1997, U)
Period spy thriller based on John Buchan 's novel, starring
Robert Powell. As Europe stands on the brink of the First World
War, engineer Richard Hannay is inadvertently embroiled in a deadly conspiracy. Review page 50. Director Don Sharp (1978, PG)
Second World War drama starring Robert Mitchum and Curt Jurgens. A game of cat and mouse is played out between the captain of a destroyer, and his deadly rival beneath the waves, the captain of a U-boat who is leading his vessel to an important rendezvous.
Review page 50. 1957 (PG) (BW)
Kapitan von Stolberg:
Eight weeks of competition reach their climax in the grand final, as the three finalists are tested to the limit. Director Dave Crerar ; Series producer David Ambler
Shown last Thursday
World freediving champion Tanya Streeter comes face to face with humpback whales in the Caribbean. Producer James Honeyborne ; Series producer Wendy Darke
3/13; series two. Young Blood. A new family enters
Whiskers territory, and a conflict ensues.
7.35 4/13. Iron Lady. Flower moves the burrow.
First shown on Animal Planet Rptd next Saturday
The story of Operation Chariot, dubbed the original "mission impossible", the daring commando raid on the dry-dock of St Nazaire in the Second World War. The objective was to deny the Axis the ability to deploy their fearsome battleship, Tirpitz, in Atlantic waters, by ramming the dock gates with an old destroyer packed with explosives. But to achieve their aims the commandos had to move up the heavily defended Loire estuary, and fight their way past 4,000 German troops to get back to safety. Director Richard Pearson ; Producer Andy Wilman
Repeated next Saturday Dock busters: page 12
Adam Curtis examines how politicians in the 1990s applied ideas based upon the freedom of the market to the whole of society. The assumption was that people act like simplified robots and were rational calculating machines whose behaviour can be predicted by numbers.
4/5. Hugh Dennis stars as spoof Panorama correspondent David Andies , who reports from a Friday night out on the town in Nottingham.
Writers Richard Thomas and Stewart Lee ; Director Tim Kirkby ;
Producer Stephen Abrahams
Police chief/Friar Tuck:
Brian Bryant/Fighting lad:
Highlights of Aston Villa v Liverpool, Charlton
Athletic v Newcastle United and Everton v Arsenal.
Producer Ian Finch : Editor Mark Demuth
4/13. The talk-show host presents an uncut, extended version of last Thursday's show. (Revised rpt)
The Father, the Son and the Holy Fonz
Stewie gets stuck in a bubble.
2.05 Brian Sings and Swings. Brian has a near-death experience. First shown on BBC3
Atmospheric psychological thriller starring Lana Turner. Ralph Bates and Trevor Howard. Review page 50.
Director Don Chaffey (1974, 15)