Followed by Doodle Do Making Moments
3/13. Digby is given a hopeless story to cover.
Samuel, Muffin and Rudy each make up a silly song - but which to perform?
Then Mr Tumble Shorts
Tombliboo Fee cannot decide what to do.
David Attenborough studies the giraffe, the world's tallest animal, revealing how it copes with its height and helps to shape the landscape of East Africa.
Live coverage of the Chancellor's Budget statement including analysis from Robert Peston, Stephanie Flanders and Nick Robinson and instant reaction from the business leaders, the City and from around the country. Presented by Huw Edwards. Viewers can submit questions and comments via www.bbc.co.uk/budget Coverage of the Opposition and backbench responses continues on BBC Parliament until 7.30pm
Having made it to the Crucible for a record 29 years, Steve Davis will be hoping to beat Australia's Neil Robertson and book his place in the next round.
Plus racing action with three starts from Epsom, at the meeting which marks the opening of the new Â£23 million grandstand. Digital viewers can access live coverage with a choice of two tables, from 10am to 11pm
Clare Smyth prepares a roast rack of spring lamb with "Irish Stew" and sauteed sweetbreads, while Danny Millar makes a beef shin, stout and oyster pie with champ, cabbage and angels on horseback.
Stephen Maguire starts out against qualifier Jamie Burnett. while Ryan Day and Stephen Lee bring their first-round match to a conclusion. Digital viewers can access live coverage with a choice of two tables, from 10am to 11pm
6/8. It's time for the six remaining teenagers to become political. Former New Labour spin doctor Alastair Campbell mentors the youngsters in the powers of persuasion, and breaks down the techniques of US President Barack Obama. The contestants then speak on local issues to the people of Egham, Surrey, who then vote for the most persuasive speaker.
Griff Rhys Jones presents a look back at the architectural treasures featured on the three series of Restoration. He reveals what has happened to the three winning properties, talks to the campaigners who helped save them and looks ahead to what the future holds for the restored buildings.
Producer Joff Wilson ; Executive producer Annette Clarke A new series about English Heritage begins on Friday at 9pm
Restoration dramas: p25; The Inside story: p88
5/12. Adrian Chiles catches up with the show's rejected candidate. He is also joined by comedian Jenny Eclair, retail guru Mary Portas and Robert Senior, chief executive of Saatchi and Saatchi-Fallon, to discuss what has happened in this week's episode.
Series editor Sally Dixon Repeated tomorrow at 11.35pm THE BEST ACCENT ON TV: www.radiotimes.com/accent
With Jeremy Paxman.
Followed by Weather
The Chancellor of the Exchequer explains his Budget.
The final sequence of Bach's Orgel-Buchlein.
11/13; series two. The Jet Set. Don's work ethic is put to the test when he arrives in California a day before the aeronautics convention and ends up driving a new friend to Palm Springs. See choice, p82.
Shown yesterday at 10pm on BBC4 Repeated on Friday at 11.30pm on BBC4 and next Saturday on BBC2 Simulcast in HD on BBC HD
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Highlights from tonight's matches introduced by Ray Stubbs.
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