Series four. A new care worker is not what she seems.
A ghost story comes true.
Animated fantasy adventure in - which the friends battle an evil marauder. Review page 60.
Directors Jim Malone and Kunihiko Yuyama (2002, PG)
I-Animated comedy musical. A
- super-intelligent dog longs to be human. Review page 60. Director Timothy Bjorklund (2004 U
An investigation into how noise can be damaging to more than just your hearing. With voiceover.
Presented by Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.
Live coverage of day one of the World Short Course championships from Manchester. Coverage continues at 7pm.
Armed Response. When Jessica fractures her leg, she finds she has plenty of time to investigate a doctor's murder.
With singer Sinitta and celebrity stylist Nick Ede. BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: recipes from the Ready Steady Cook chefs in the May issue. On sale 4 April, price E3.10
A couple looking to move to
Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
The chefs from Wales, Angela Hartnett and Stephen Terry , present their main courses, which are roasted fillet of veal and salt duck breast, respectively.
Further live coverage of the opening day of the World Short Course championships from the Manchester Arena. Including the men's 200m freestyle and the women's 200m butterfly finals. Presented by Clare Balding , with commentary from Andy Jamieson and Adrian Moorhouse. More coverage tomorrow at 1pm. Producer John Graham ; Editor Michael Cole
Digital viewers can see additional live coverage of the World Short Course championships from Manchester, 7.00-9.30pm
RT Reindeer Girls. The frozen wilderness of northern
Norway is home to one of Europe's last indigenous peoples - the Sami. For thousands of years their survival has been dependent on their relationship with the reindeer. In modern Europe it wouldn't be surprising if this demanding lifestyle were in decline, so what can a life following the reindeer offer young Sami? Two teenage cousins Elle and Inga belong to reindeer-herding families. As they follow their animals through the seasonal migrations, this enchanting film chronicles the highs and lows of their year. Producers John Capener and Steve Nicholls
Series editor Tim Martin
BBC WILDLIFE MAGAZINE: May issue is on sale 10 April, price E3.25 RT's animal covers: www.radiotimes.com/animal-covers
The spectacular landscape of Badlands National Park provides an arena for huge male bison to go head-to-head for the right to breed. Producer Rosie Gloyns ; Exec producer Vyv Simson
RT 2/8. The immutable fact of death and how architects have responded to it is the focus this week as the architectural historian continues his worldwide survey, In the Czech Republic, he visits a macabre chapel decorated with human bones and examines the Yaxha Mayan pyramids in Guatemala - sites of grisly human sacrifice. In Egypt, he explores the pharaohs' elaborate mortuary temples then visits Staglieno Cemetery in Genoa, home to a collection of erotic statues. Finally he comes face to face with death at the sacred Hindu town of Varanasi in India.
Directors/Producers John Hay. Andrea Illescas , John Mullen and Helen Nixon
3/12. Pub grub is on the menu tonight but who has had their chips? Picking over the bones of failure are MasterChef maestro John Torode , comedian Jo Brand and Heat magazine editor Mark Frith.
Series editor Sally Dixon www.radiotimes.com/the-apprentice
With Jeremy Paxman.
A look ahead to the 72nd Masters from the Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia, USA. Presented by Gary Lineker. Coverage begins tomorrow at 9pm.
Schools Repeats not indicated.
Key Stage 3 Bitesize: Science 2