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The duo become movie stars.
Sam and Mark revisit your favourite Have A Go and Next Level segments.
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A down-on-her-luck Duchess is kidnapped.
TC tries to win a two-week holiday for a sickly Dibble.
Discovering which types of flowers and shrubs thrive in the Cotswolds. (Revised repeat)
Adam Shaw and Paddy O'Connell search for answers to viewers' questions about shares and sharedealing. Plus, Adam quizzes Italian food expert Anna Del Conte on her work and her books.
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A tour of Scotland's west coast. (Revised rpt)
Sequel to the religious epic The Robe, starring Victor Mature and Susan Hayward. After the death of his master. Demetrius is given the robe Christ wore on the way to the cross. After hiding the robe, Demetrius is apprehended and forced to become a gladiator. Review page 47.
Director Delmer Daves (1954, PG)
Three more teams put their
Sudoku skills to the test.
Presenter Paul Martin visits
York's ancient Minster. New series York Minster starts at 8pm
The week's winners perform for a place in the series final. (5)
The lion cubs face a challenge: stealing dinner from mum and dad. Meanwhile, Longleat's top executive goes "back to the floor" to meet a gorilla. (5)
3/4. Work. Ever wondered why your boss earns a fortune, while you're paid peanuts? Tim Harford explains why work can be so frustrating.
Director/Producer Gabi Kent RT DIRECT: Tim Harford 's The Undercover Economist book is only E16.50 incl p&p (UK delivery only). Call [number removed] (landlines max 8p per min) quoting RT; or visit www.rtdirect.sparkledirect.com
New series 1/6. It's Easter at one of the busiest cathedrals in Europe and the new Archbishop of York brings his flamboyant style to the festivities.
Director Gwen Isaac ; Executive producer Colin Cameron The Inside Story: page
New series How has drought affected the garden? From vegetable gardens to herbaceous borders, the team give their top tips for saving parched plants. Producer Louise Hampden : Series producer Rosemary Edwards
www.bbc.co.uk/gardenersworld Alan Titchmarsh answers your gardening queries: p24
6/9. Northern Ireland welcomes Griff Rhys Jones ,
Ptolemy Dean and Marianne Suhr. Candidates for rescue are a Georgian schoolhouse; a house that harboured an infamous British spy: and a church on the coast. The Perfect Village is on BBC4 at 10pm.
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8/8. The Big Yin visits Shelley's grave en route to the Dorset village of Tolpuddle. With strong language. Producers Andy Bates and Kim Turberville
Series producer Steve Brown
With Kirsty Wark.
(Catch up with Newsnight's highlights on this week's podcast, available at [web address removed])
George Jones , Elvis Costello and Allison Moorer contribute to a profile of the late country singer.
Director/Producer Jill Nicholls
1/4. The arts show for young people begins on a beach in St Ives, Cornwall. Featuring photography and Birminghan's punk scene. Producer Gilly Longton Repeated at 2am
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated
2.00 Blast Friday! 83482 2.30 Jazz, Raga and Synthesizers 79289 3.00 The Spanish Chapel,
Florence 89685 3.30 Difference on Screen
4.00 Ever Wondered? 74734 4.30 Jump Over Your Shadow 80314 5.00 Euripides's Medea
5.30 Landscape Mysteries