A look at homes. (SL) (AD)
Followed by Fimbly Songtime
Josie tells the story of Anansi.
The Pinky Ponk rocks back and forth while stuck up a tree.
Animal antics with the wise elephant and her friends.
Polluto tries to steal Tommy's imagination and create a more polluted planet.
An Easter special with big egg rolling. (S)
Game show with Abs and Rani.
Ella celebrates her 13th birthday.
The lions are in the Mood for love, while the gorillas would prefer a slap-up veggie feast. Plus a chance to meet the firefighters who protect Longleat House.
Murray-mania could well go into overdrive this weekend as Great
Britain take on the Netherlands in the Davis Cup. The home side's squad should be its strongest for years With Andy Murray , his broth'er Jamie, a promising doubles player, plus Tim Henman and Greg Rusedski among those vying to play, victory over the next three days at the NEC in Birmingham would help bring a world-group play-off a step closer. Producer Micky Payne
Editor Ron Chakraborty
Digital viewers can access live coverage from 2.00pm until the end of play
Celebrity panellists put their heads together to identify the homes of the rich and famous.
The team visit historic Bath, where
Catherine Southon and Jethro Maries are on hand to provide expert advice. (RXS)
TV gardeners Sven Wombwell and Chris Collins join chefs Nick Nairn and James Tanner.
Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
The heat is on maximum as Galston Blackiston and Sat Bains prepare their entire menus for the panel's delectation and a place in the national final.
New series 1/4. Haystacks. Julia Bradbury explores the work of renowned fell walker and author
Alfred Wainwright. In the first programme, she walks to the summit of Haystacks - Wainwright's favourite fell.
Director Lizzie Wingham ; Executive producer Eric Harwood
The Outer Hebrides off the west coast of Scotland, and a quest for an invisible bird - the rare and elusive corncrake. Along the way Bill enjoys close-up views of breeding birds, and an obliging otter.
Producer Stephen Moss ; Exec producer Fiona Pitcher
3/6. It's June and there's a hose pipe ban in place.
Horticulturalist Christine is determined not to let her plants die. She digs over her beds and prepares the garden for summer, but finds time to head north.
Series producer Rupert Miles ; Exec producer Sarah Moors
The Easter weekend sees Monty replanting one end of the long borders with perennial plants. Carol is planting up her tiny vegetable plot and starting off some potatoes in bags while, in the anniversary garden, Joe starts to build the wall, steps and pathway.
Producer Louise Hampden ; Series producer Rosemary Edwards GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: the April issue looks at 40 years of the programme. On sale 27 March, priced E3.20
Alan Titchmarsh solves your gardening problems: page 50
Live coverage continues with the second round from Augusta, Georgia. Top golfers are contesting the first Major of the year with the priority being to make the cut and return for the weekend's final two rounds.
Further coverage on BBC1 at 10.55pm. (HD)
Award-winning biographical drama starring Salma Hayek.
Despite suffering a crippling injury as a young woman, controversial Mexican painter Frida Kahlo went on to live life to the full as both an artist and as the wife of a notorious muralist. Review page 78.
Director Julie Taymor (2002, 15)
This week's premieres: page 65
David Alfaro Siqueiros:
Elegant romantic drama based on the novel by F Scott Fitzgerald , starring Mira Sorvino and Toby Stephens. Jimmy Gatz returns from the First World War and amasses a fortune through illegal activities and sets out to win back his first love. Review page 78.
Director Robert Markowitz (2000)
Journey to Babel. A group of feuding aliens board the Enterprise.
3.10 Friday's Child. The unexpected presence of Klingons jeopardises a Federation treaty.
Malcolm is made a magazine editor. <R) IS)