Annie Webster reviews the news, and Andrew Neil interviews the main newsmakers of the day.
With Brian Alexander and Clare Balding.
Fi Glover , former government spin doctor
Charlie Whelan and Andrew Pierce present the show that takes an entirely different look at Sunday mornings, tracking down dodgy deals, off-message politicians, sporting failures and lost souls. Featuring the Outsider's Guide to
Hollywood, and Posh Talk with Jim Bowen.
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Jeremy Paxman investigates the plight of the salmon.
With some rivers seeing the lowest catches in 91 years, where have they all gone, and what is being done about it?
Liza Kliman asks whether it is inherent sexism within the sport that contributes to the small percentage of women who particpate in motor racing.
With Eleanor Oldroyd.
Tennis The final day of the Davis Cup tie between
Great Britain and the USA.
Rugby Union The Tetley's
Bitter Cup semi-final between Wasps and Gloucester.
Golf The Bell South Classic in Georgia, USA.
Cricket The Fourth Test between the West Indies and Australia in Antigua.
6.00 The Scottish
Will Shindler introduces commentary from
McDiarmid Park on St
Johnstone v Rangers.
Bob Ballard at the Nynex Arena in Manchester.
Steve Lefevre discusses the weekend's big issues.
With Richard Dallyn.
Easter Day begins on the holy island of Lindisfame with Don Maclean (R2,
7am) before moving to the other end of the country for an Easter Morning Service
(R4, 8.07am) from Hove....
There's a completely different spin on proceedings in the company of Charlie Whelan on Sunday Service
(R5 Live, 10am) ... Miriam Margoyles takes us on a trip to Belarus in Sentimental
Journey (R4, 12.30pm) ... Charlotte Bronte's dark, gothic tale of a woman's sexual awakening comes to life in the Classic Serial:
Villette (R4, 3pm) ... The people of Belfast celebrate in Easter Glory (R2, 8pm) ... Brian Kay presents a performance of Handel's Messiah, written for Holy Week, in Choir Works (R3, 9pm).