Musical fun and games. (R) (S)
Trainees tackle intense mental challenges.
A look at life on a farm.
Sombre thriller starring Robert Young and Betsy Drake. A successful architect is plagued by a series of accidents following the mysterious death of his wife in a car accident. Review page 54.
Director James V Kern (1951) (BW)
Financial news with Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.
A centenarian tortoise fights for its life. (Revised rpt)
Dominic Littlewood confronts one of the country's largest energy suppliers.
it's a Dog's Life. Jessica investigates a hunting accident. (RMS)
Paul Martin visits a working cotton mill in Bolton. (RMS)
Harry Potter star Warwick Davis and comedian Ninia Benjamin guest.
Sue and Bob bring an Italian theme to the restaurant, but their meatioaf recipe goes down badly with diners. Continues weekdays at 5.15pm.
Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
Series producer Rob Dean ; Executive producers Mike Beale ,
Andy Culpin and David Young
New series Series three. Some of the leading chefs in Britain compete to win the honour of preparing a meal at a prestigious event. The competition begins in earnest weekdays from tomorrow at 6.30pm.
Series producer Bernice Daly ; Exec producer Nicola Moody
1/4; series one. Julia Bradbury walks to the summit of Haystacks fell. Another episode Good Friday, 7.30pm. Director Lizzie Wingham ; Exec producer Eric Harwood
Specialist subjects in the last semi-final are the Barsetshire novels of Anthony Trollope ; Mary, Queen of Scots: American Civil War general William Sherman ; and the Poldark novels of Winston Graham.
Director Derek Hallworth ; Producer Jon Kelly
2/3. Central African Republic. Saba Douglas -
Hamilton takes a journey into the heart of the country's rainforest, where she meets the Bayaka tribe, forest elephants and lowland gorillas. Episode three is on Good Friday at 6.30pm.
Producer Tom Hugh-Jones ; Exec producer Vyv Simson BBC WILDLIFE MAGAZINE: April issue available 13 March, E3.25
2/6. Delia Smith 's easy-to-prepare recipes feature tinned mince and sauce in a jar for spaghetti bolognese, while canned crab is just the thing for fish cakes.
Series producer Nick Woodroffe (HD) OLIVE MAGAZINE: Delia Smith discusses her TV comeback in the April issue. On sale now, price E3.20
Photo gallery: www.radiotimes.com/delia-smith
New series 1/3. Hypnotherapy. Professor Kathy Sykes investigates the world of alternative remedies, talking to practitioners and patients across the world. In this edition she looks at hypnotherapy and meets a man who aims to quit smoking and a chocoholic woman. Series producer Emma Walker FREE OPEN UNIVERSITY BOOKLET: obtain a booklet accompanying the series by calling [number removed] (landline calls cost max 8p per min from a BT line; other networks may vary) or by visiting www.open2.net The feel-good factor: page 42
Class. Lifting the lid on the class system, from the toffs who've run out of money to the footballers who are treated as royalty. Another episode tomorrow at 10pm. Producer Judith Holder
6/8. Fruck. Final three short dramas, showing on consecutive nights. In Iraq, UN weapons inspectors visit a dairy in Saddam's home town of Tikrit. Starring Kerry Shale and Stephane Cornicard. Writer Ronan Bennett ; Director Bruce Goodison
Executive producer Colin Barr
Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
Editor Peter Barron www.bbc.co.uk/newsnight Followed by Weather
Drama documentary recalling Captain
Scott's doomed 1912 Antarctic expedition.
Producer Suzanne Lavery ; Director Damon Thomas
Schools Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Vocational Bitesize Double bill.