Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Children train rescue dogs.
Shown last Thursday
The kids think the Dumping Ground has been cursed.
Celebrity visitor challenge.
The third pair are eliminated.
Shown last Thursday on BBC1
A behind-the-scenes look at the show.
Shown last Monday on BBC1
Elaine undergoes a transformation.
Followed by Bernard
The first of two programmes following profoundly deaf flautist Ruth Montgomery as she travels to Russia to perform with the St Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra. Voiceover and in-vision subtitles. Repeated on Tuesday at 2.10am on BBC1 www.bbc.co.uk/seehear
Patrick Moore commemorates
50 years of the series.
Shown last Sunday on BBC1
Kumali the lion cub tests the pride's patience with his playful antics.
- Biblical epic starring
Jeffrey Hunter , chronicling three elements of the New Testament: the life of Christ, Herod's tension with the Romans and the story of Barabbas. Review page 45. Director Nicholas Ray (1961, U)
7/13. United We Stand. Mozart is allowed to return to the family.
Shown last Sunday
5.00 8/13. The Enemy Within
Youssarian abandons his duties and leaves Flower's pups alone.
Shown last Sunday
Period romantic drama starring Jodie Foster and Chow Yun-Fat . Bangkok, 1862: King Mongkut of Siam hires recently widowed Englishwoman Anna
Leonowens to tutor his son. When she arrives at the palace, Anna's total faith in the Western way of life is undermined by B ritish attempts to foster war with Burma. Meanwhile, she also becomes involved in the King's more personal affairs. Review page 45.
Director Andy Tennant (1999, 12)
General Alak Randall:
Prince Chowfa Lim:
In the last of the current run, mavericks take centre stage. Comedian Frank Skinner takes his life in his hands when he celebrates the 50th birthday of the Fall's irrepressible hell-raiser Mark E Smith. Actor John Simm joins Lauren Laverne at the bar to talk about the last ever episode of Life on Mars (on Tuesday at 9pm on BBC1), while Mark Kermode hits the streets of Nottingham to meet uncompromising film director Shane Meadows for a pint in his local and Andrew Graham-Dixon is in Wakefield for the opening of land artist
Andy Goldsworthy 's exhibition. There's also a look at the amazing creations of designer Hussein Chalayan at Paris Fashion Week. The series returns on 5 May. Series producer Sam Starbuck ; Exec producer Edward Morgan
Repeated at 2.05am www.bbc.co.uk/cultureshow
Live coverage of the third round of the 71st Masters from Augusta, Georgia. The remaining golfers have survived yesterday's cut and will be competing to finish top of the leaderboard, giving them the chance to don the famous green jacket at the end of tomorrow's final round.
At this stage last year, many players' rounds were delayed due to a thunderstorm, and some had to complete the course early on Sunday morning. This break obviously hurt the European golfers, as most fell away from the leaders with only Northern Ireland's Darren Clarke staying in contention. Even Tiger
Woods seemed affected by the break, with an untidy game on the back nine only rescued by a great birdie on the 18th to keep him among the top players going into the final round. Commentary from Peter Alliss , Ken Brown , Wayne Grady and Sam Torrance. Introduced by Gary Lineker. See tomorrow's choice. Producer Kate McKeag ; Exec producer Paul Davies (HD)
Bittersweet drama starring Val Kilmer , Mira Sorvino and Kelly McGillis. When architect Amy Benic falls in love with blind masseur Virgil Adamson , she encourages him to have a radical operation to restore his sight. But Virgil does not adjust well to seeing the world for the first time and their relationship begins to suffer. Review page 45.
Director Irwin Winkler (1998,12)
Dr Charles Aaron:
Colourful biographical drama starring Bob Hoskins as the one-time CIA informer who ruled Panama until he was finally toppled and arrested for drug offences at the end of the 1980s. Review page 45. Director Roger Spottiswoode (2000, 15)