Three children attempt to sneak ex-soccer star Lee Sharpe into their house.
Tim Lovejoy and Amanda Hamilton invite singer Marti Pellow to the studio to enjoy a Sunday lunch prepared by chef Simon Rimmer. Series producer Catherine Mann
Executive producers Henrietta Conrad and Sebastian Scott BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE:
Simon Rimmer 's relaxed weekend dishes in the March issue. On sale now, price E2.99: plus Simon's brunch recipes in the March issue of OLIVE MAGAZINE. On sale now. price E3.20
Feeding time at Longleat sees Ben Fogle giving tigers Sonar and Kaddu their tea. Series producer Susanne Curran
Executive producers Annette Clarke and Chris Powell
Documentary offering an insight into the steeplejack's love of restoring engines.
Highlights of the weekend
Premiership fixtures, including the clash between Bath and London Wasps. Introduced by Andrew Cotter and Brian Moore.
Omnibus. Stacey is rushed to hospital following her collapse.
Cast on Thursday/Friday
Dawn *** Second World
War drama starring Eric Portman and John Mills.
Dispatched to destroy the Nazis' latest battleship, the British submarine Sea Tiger finds herself short of fuel a long way from home. Review page 48. Director Anthony Asquith (1943, U)
Historical drama starring Burt Lancaster 1879: the King of the Zulu nation is goaded into making war so that the British Army can mobilise against him, but the Imperial forces underestimate the resourcefulness and passion of their adversaries. Review page 48.
Director Douglas Hickox (1979, PG)
Colonel Anthony Durnford:
Sir Henry Bartle Frere:
5/8. Graham Bell 's Alpine adventure takes him into Italy, where he visits Cinque Torri and Mount
Lagazuoi, home to a series of trenches and tunnels that remain intact from the First World War. He also goes into the Adamello Brenta Nature Park in search of the last indigenous brown bears in the Alps.
Producer Gabrielle Cook
Digital viewers can watch highlights of the men's World Cup slalom in Zagreb, 8.00-9.00pm
2/4. South Africa to Madagascar This leg of Simon Reeve 's epic journey along the tropic of Capricorn cuts through southern Africa, Mozambique and the Island of Madagascar. He comes face to face with the dramatic Zimbabwean refugee crisis, encounters giant rats and sees thousands digging for sapphires. Producer Sophie Todd ; Series producer Sam Baganall
Repeated on Thursday at 11.20pm RT DIRECT: hardback book by Simon Reeve available for only E16.50 (usually E17.99). Call [number removed] (landline calls cost max 8p per min from a BT line; other networks may vary) quoting RT or visit www.rtdirect.sparkledirect.com. UK delivery only
4/10. South America: Brazil/Argentina/Chile. Monty visits the continent with the most diverse climate and range of landscapes on the planet, starting his journey in Rio de Janeiro, where he visits the private garden of artist Burle Marx before travelling to the ingenious floating gardens of the Amazon. He also views the crumbling "estancia" on the Argentinian pampas and finishes on the craggy coast of Chile, where one man has created a garden in keeping with the landscape. Director Patty Kraus ; Series producer Sarah Moors
Repeated on Wednesday at 7pm (HD) RT DIRECT: hardback book is just E18 incl p&p. Call 0870 (landline calls cost max 8p per min from a BT line; other networks may vary) quoting RT or visit www.rtdirect.sparkledirect.com. UK only Alan Titchmarsh 's tips: page 40
A deeply personal, moving, unexpectedly funny and completely frank documentary about the last months of the larger-than-life jazz singer and writer's life, a man determined to entertain to the very end.
Director/Producer Katie Buchanan First shown on BBC4
Storyville documentary. A disparate bunch of Oxford students learn about themselves while training for the varsity boxing bout against Cambridge. Review p50. Director Stevan Riley (2006, 15)
Highlights of this weekend's matches. Shown on BBC1 North at 1pm
Drama set in Alaska, starring
Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio and David Strathairn.
A resident of a small community tries to make a fresh start - only for disaster to strike. Review p50. Director John Sayles (1999. 15)