Jelly feels helpful. (R) (S) (SL)
Then Fimbly Songtime
Igglepiggle learns how to jump.
Polluto takes the planet's paper supply.
A chess fan manages Lil' Chris for a week. Plus inline skating.
Sports comedy starring
Walter Matthau and Tatum O'Neal.
There is no doubt that the Bears are the worst team in the children's baseball league. Their parents are so embarrassed that they try to have the team disbanded, prompting beerswilling coach
Morriscouple Buttermaker to bring in a couple of new recruits to help reverse their fortunes. Review page 76.
Director Michael Ritchie (1976, PG)
Relive last year's tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia, when Phil Mickelson won the title for the second time in three years.
Golf: the Masters Preview is at 7pm
Business and consumer news with Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.
Two actors want to leave London for Gloucestershire.
The homes of celebrities are put under scrutiny.
The experts value antiques in Twickenham, while Paul visits an archaeological dig in the grounds of Syon Park.
Gymnast Beth Tweddle and her coach join the cooking contest.
Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
Galton Blackiston and Sat Bains cook their main courses. Presented by Jennie Bond.
Gary Lineker looks ahead to the first Major of the season at the Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia, which gets under way tomorrow at 9pm with Tiger Woods favourite to win for a fifth time.
Producers Jo McCusker and Peter Small (HD)
The celebrated seafood chef enjoys some Irish hospitality as he samples herb celery around
Strangford Lough and enjoys monkfish and mussels. Director/Producer David Pritchard
New series 1/6. Midnight Margaritas. Singer Neneh Cherry and DJ Andi Oliver have been cooking together for years and tonight they prepare a tapas-inspired feast, washed down with the ultimate margarita, for 12 of their friends who have flown from all over Europe to join them.
Series producer Kaye Godleman Food of love: page 50; The Inside Story: page
New series 1/6. Celebrity chef James Martin delves into his culinary past to find his favourite puddings. Starting off in Castle Howard in Yorkshire where he first started cooking, James re-invents some British classics and tries to uncover the origin of sticky toffee pudding, before sharing his puds with his dad. Producer Emma Robertson ; Series producer David Vaiiance BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: James Martin shares his favourite indulgent deserts, including croissant butter pudding, in the May issue. On sale 27 March, priced E2.99
New series 1/11. Toki's Tale. The four years Simon King has spent trying to raise orphaned cheetah cub Toki and return him to the wild have given him a unique insight into the high-speed hunter's world. This film follows him as he shares Toki's hunting routine and fends off an attack from a rabid cheetah. Producer Simon King ; Series editor Tim Martin Cheating death: page 38
The incredible scenery of Alaska, which is home to the world's largest gathering of bald eagles. Producer Mark Flowers ; Exec producer Vyv Simson
2/12. Two weeks in and another candidate's hopes of working with Sir Alan Sugar have been dashed.
Director Stuart McDonald ; Series editor Saiiy Dixon
With Jeremy Paxman.
A controversial Kansas church known for protesting against homosexuality. See Sunday's choice.
Shown on Sunday at 9pm
Comedy drama directed by and starring Steve Buscemi , and co-starring Chloe Sevigny. An unemployed mechanic finds a new lease of life when he starts driving an ice cream truck and strikes up a friendship with the niece of a former girlfriend. Review page 76. (1996, 15)
Double bill. Historic events.
Schools Repeats not indicated.
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