BBC Prime Listings for Saturday 4th April


06:00
Tweenies (Childrens)
Tom Thumb.
Tweenies is an enriching, entertaining and informative show designed to appeal to three-to-five-year-olds. Bella, Milo, Jake and Fizz learn through play, songs, stories and games.
(U, 3 Star)


06:20
Fimbles (Childrens)
Pop Up Book.
Come with us to a magical place, where three very special stripy creatures embark on never-ending journeys of discovery and wonder.


06:45
Boogie Beebies (Childrens)
Every Kind of Weather Song Thursday.
Kids love to dance, so here's a series where kids can learn dance moves - featuring children in different places, demonstrating dances for the viewers to emulate. Time to boogie!


07:00
Big Cook Little Cook (Cookery)
Marco The Mole.
Big Cook Ben and Little Cook Small run their own cafe. All kinds of guests drop in to eat there but Ben and Small always cook up something specially suited to their customers.


07:25
The Roly Mo Show (Childrens)
Chinese Whispers.
Join Roly Mo, the kind, cheerful mole from Fimbles with a passion for books, for stories, games and activities that entertain as well as educate. Little Bo likes having a laugh, Migo hates having a bath. Confusion reigns until Little Bo comes to the rescue!




07:40
Come Outside (Education)
Rabbits.
Take a trip with Auntie Mabel and her mischievous dog Pippin, as they explore both natural and man-made environments in their little aeroplane.


08:00
Cash in the Attic (Consumer)
Eaton.
Antiques programme that turns viewers' hidden treasures into cash, hosted by Alistair Appleton. This programme sees the oldest ever find on the series, in the home of Olivia Eaton.


08:30
Cash in the Attic (Consumer)
Smith.
Antiques programme that turns viewers' hidden treasures into cash, hosted by Alistair Appleton. Will Verity and Ian Smith's collection of valuables raise enough money for them to begin building their dream house in Turkey?


09:00
EastEnders (Soap)
Another visit to the residents of Albert Square, for a daily dose of drama, excitement and tears.


09:30
EastEnders (Soap)
Another visit to the residents of Albert Square, for a daily dose of drama, excitement and tears.




10:00
EastEnders (Soap)
Another visit to the residents of Albert Square, for a daily dose of drama, excitement and tears.


10:30
EastEnders (Soap)
Another visit to the residents of Albert Square, for a daily dose of drama, excitement and tears.


11:00
Antiques Roadshow (Special Interest)
Lichfield Cathedral.
Experts invite members of the public to bring along their antiques for expert examination and valuation. Presented by Michael Aspel. This week's programme is from Lichfield Cathedral.


11:50
Antiques Roadshow (Special Interest)
Lampeter.
Experts invite members of the public to bring along their antiques for expert examination and valuation. Presented by Michael Aspel. This week's programme is from Lampeter. Items include a bust of Dylan Thomas, a book of early silhouettes, and a 10,000 plate.


12:40
Bargain Hunt (Game Show)
Covent Garden 7.
Tim Wonnacott presents the antiques programme in which teams of amateur collectors are challenged to root out bargains at antique fairs and sell them for a profit at auction.




13:25
Bargain Hunt (Game Show)
Kedleston 8.
Tim Wonnacott presents the antiques programme in which teams of amateur collectors are challenged to root out bargains at antique fairs and sell them for a profit at auction.


14:10
Cash in the Attic (Consumer)
Eaton.
Antiques programme that turns viewers' hidden treasures into cash, hosted by Alistair Appleton. This programme sees the oldest ever find on the series, in the home of Olivia Eaton.


14:40
Cash in the Attic (Consumer)
Smith.
Antiques programme that turns viewers' hidden treasures into cash, hosted by Alistair Appleton. Will Verity and Ian Smith's collection of valuables raise enough money for them to begin building their dream house in Turkey?
(Repeat)


15:10
Model Gardens (Gardening)
Using detailed small-scale 3D models, this series offers homeowners to chance to visualise exactly how their new gardens will look before work begins on them - and an unprecedented opportunity to do some hands-on design themselves. With garden designer Sven Wombwell.


15:30
The Weakest Link (Quiz Show)
Anne Robinson is quiz-master in this game of elimination, where nine contestants answer a series of quick-fire general knowledge questions.




16:15
Holby City (Drama)
Wants and Needs.
Medical drama set in the same hospital as Casualty, following a close-knit team operating at the cutting edge of medicine.
Starring: Ian Aspinall, Alisa Bosschaert, Chezzney Clarke, Tim Frances, Jamie Glover, Tina Hobley
(2004, 3 Star)


17:15
Holby City (Drama)
Great Expectations.
Medical drama set in the same hospital as Casualty, following a close-knit team operating at the cutting edge of medicine.
Director: Simon Massey
Starring: Kelly Adams, Madeline Appiah, Ian Aspinall, Glen Barry, Luisa Bradshaw-White, David Bedella
(2005, 3 Star)


18:15
One Foot in the Grave (Sitcom)
Hole in the Sky. Series 5, episode 5.
Patrick looks forward to staying with Pippa's brother. The Meldrews employ some very strange workmen.
Director: Susan Belbin
Starring: Richard Wilson, Annette Crosbie, Angus Deayton, Janine Duvitski, Michael Fenton Stevens, Hilary Mason
(Repeat, 1995, 3 Star)


18:45
One Foot in the Grave (Sitcom)
The Exterminating Angel. Series 5, episode 6.
Award-winning quirky black comedy starring Richard Wilson as Victor Meldrew, a grumpy senior citizen who always seems to provoke people into taking extreme action against him. Also starring Annette Crosbie as his long-suffering wife. In the last of the series, Margaret tries to organise an unlikely love affair between Nick Swainey and his mother's nurse, and Victor takes to the road as a chauffeur.
Director: Susan Belbin
Starring: Richard Wilson, Annette Crosbie, Barbara Ashcroft, John Bird, Owen Brenman, Annette Kerr
(Repeat, 1995, 3 Star)


19:15
Red Dwarf VI (Sitcom)
Legion. Series 6, episode 2.
The crew of Red Dwarf awake after 200 years in suspended animation to find the star ship has been stolen. The sixth series of the cult sci-fi comedy. The crew of Red Dwarf find supplies are low, then a malfunctioning guidance beam drags the dwarfers to a deserted space station.




19:45
Red Dwarf VI (Sitcom)
Gunmen of the Apocalypse. Series 6, episode 3.
The crew of Red Dwarf awake after 200 years in suspended animation to find the star ship has been stolen. The sixth series of the cult sci-fi comedy. Kryten contracts a deadly computer virus. Rimmer and the crew are forced to enter his electronic mindscape and find themselves in a wild west town, facing metaphorical gunslingers.


20:15
Jam and Jerusalem (Sitcom)
Written by Jennifer Saunders (Absolutely Fabulous) and starring some of the best-loved names in British comedy (such as Dawn French, Joanna Lumley), Clatterford is set in the Women's Guild of the small West Country town of Clatterford, which is a small town with more than its fair share of lovable eccentrics with a strong sense of community and where everyone knows everybody's business. The thriving Women's Guild's is the centre of village life whether it likes it or not. Sal is getting used to living on her own, but misses her job at the surgery. When she sneaks in to give someone an emergency treatment, she is caught red-handed by an unimpressed James. She has to hand over her keys but worries that James has no idea of the community's real needs from their local doctor.
(Repeat)


20:45
Sensitive Skin (Sitcom)
Meet Al and Davina Jackson. He's a pundit for a broadsheet newspaper, paid to find imperfection in everything. She works in an Art Gallery and is paid to make life more beautiful. A chance meeting with an old school friend prompts Davina to reminisce on her childhood.
(Repeat)


21:15
Tittybangbang (Comedy)
This female-led sketch show features a collection of outrageous, exaggerated and perverse comedy characters, performed by some of the brightest new talent on television.


21:45
Tittybangbang (Comedy)
This female-led sketch show features a collection of outrageous, exaggerated and perverse comedy characters, performed by some of the brightest new talent on television.




22:15
The Mighty Boosh (Comedy)
Electro. Series 1, episode 7.
Howard and Vince, two workers in a run-down zoo, are often called upon to put their jobs before their pride. That includes dressing up as animals and sitting in cages because their boss, American entrepreneur Bob Fossil, can't afford any real animals. Vince is convinced that The Human League invented music. According to Vince, Howard's past career as a jazz trumpeter does not measure up.


22:45
The Mighty Boosh (Comedy)
Hitcher. Series 1, episode 8.
Howard and Vince, two workers in a run-down zoo, are often called upon to put their jobs before their pride. That includes dressing up as animals and sitting in cages because their boss, American entrepreneur Bob Fossil, can't afford any real animals. Bob Fossil has a big problem at Zoo-niverse. Ivan, the bear has developed some very anti-social habits and attacks Fossil.


23:15
One Foot in the Grave (Sitcom)
Hole in the Sky. Series 5, episode 5.
Patrick looks forward to staying with Pippa's brother. The Meldrews employ some very strange workmen.
Director: Susan Belbin
Starring: Richard Wilson, Annette Crosbie, Angus Deayton, Janine Duvitski, Michael Fenton Stevens, Hilary Mason
(Repeat, 1995, 3 Star)


23:45
One Foot in the Grave (Sitcom)
The Exterminating Angel. Series 5, episode 6.
Award-winning quirky black comedy starring Richard Wilson as Victor Meldrew, a grumpy senior citizen who always seems to provoke people into taking extreme action against him. Also starring Annette Crosbie as his long-suffering wife. In the last of the series, Margaret tries to organise an unlikely love affair between Nick Swainey and his mother's nurse, and Victor takes to the road as a chauffeur.
Director: Susan Belbin
Starring: Richard Wilson, Annette Crosbie, Barbara Ashcroft, John Bird, Owen Brenman, Annette Kerr
(Repeat, 1995, 3 Star)


00:15
Jam and Jerusalem (Sitcom)
Written by Jennifer Saunders (Absolutely Fabulous) and starring some of the best-loved names in British comedy (such as Dawn French, Joanna Lumley), Clatterford is set in the Women's Guild of the small West Country town of Clatterford, which is a small town with more than its fair share of lovable eccentrics with a strong sense of community and where everyone knows everybody's business. The thriving Women's Guild's is the centre of village life whether it likes it or not. Sal is getting used to living on her own, but misses her job at the surgery. When she sneaks in to give someone an emergency treatment, she is caught red-handed by an unimpressed James. She has to hand over her keys but worries that James has no idea of the community's real needs from their local doctor.




00:45
Sensitive Skin (Sitcom)
Meet Al and Davina Jackson. He's a pundit for a broadsheet newspaper, paid to find imperfection in everything. She works in an Art Gallery and is paid to make life more beautiful. A chance meeting with an old school friend prompts Davina to reminisce on her childhood.


01:15
Red Dwarf VI (Sitcom)
Legion. Series 6, episode 2.
The crew of Red Dwarf awake after 200 years in suspended animation to find the star ship has been stolen. The sixth series of the cult sci-fi comedy. The crew of Red Dwarf find supplies are low, then a malfunctioning guidance beam drags the dwarfers to a deserted space station.


01:45
Red Dwarf VI (Sitcom)
Gunmen of the Apocalypse. Series 6, episode 3.
The crew of Red Dwarf awake after 200 years in suspended animation to find the star ship has been stolen. The sixth series of the cult sci-fi comedy. Kryten contracts a deadly computer virus. Rimmer and the crew are forced to enter his electronic mindscape and find themselves in a wild west town, facing metaphorical gunslingers.


02:15
Tittybangbang (Comedy)
This female-led sketch show features a collection of outrageous, exaggerated and perverse comedy characters, performed by some of the brightest new talent on television.


02:45
Tittybangbang (Comedy)
This female-led sketch show features a collection of outrageous, exaggerated and perverse comedy characters, performed by some of the brightest new talent on television.




03:15
The Mighty Boosh (Comedy)
Electro. Series 1, episode 7.
Howard and Vince, two workers in a run-down zoo, are often called upon to put their jobs before their pride. That includes dressing up as animals and sitting in cages because their boss, American entrepreneur Bob Fossil, can't afford any real animals. Vince is convinced that The Human League invented music. According to Vince, Howard's past career as a jazz trumpeter does not measure up.


03:45
The Mighty Boosh (Comedy)
Hitcher. Series 1, episode 8.
Howard and Vince, two workers in a run-down zoo, are often called upon to put their jobs before their pride. That includes dressing up as animals and sitting in cages because their boss, American entrepreneur Bob Fossil, can't afford any real animals. Bob Fossil has a big problem at Zoo-niverse. Ivan, the bear has developed some very anti-social habits and attacks Fossil.


04:20
Fimbles (Childrens)
Pop Up Book.
Come with us to a magical place, where three very special stripy creatures embark on never-ending journeys of discovery and wonder.


04:50
Boogie Beebies (Childrens)
Every Kind of Weather Song Thursday.
Kids love to dance, so here's a series where kids can learn dance moves - featuring children in different places, demonstrating dances for the viewers to emulate. Time to boogie!
(Repeat)


05:05
Big Cook Little Cook (Cookery)
Marco The Mole.
Big Cook Ben and Little Cook Small run their own cafe. All kinds of guests drop in to eat there but Ben and Small always cook up something specially suited to their customers.
(Repeat)




05:25
The Roly Mo Show (Childrens)
Chinese Whispers.
Join Roly Mo, the kind, cheerful mole from Fimbles with a passion for books, for stories, games and activities that entertain as well as educate. Little Bo likes having a laugh, Migo hates having a bath. Confusion reigns until Little Bo comes to the rescue!
(Repeat)


05:40
Come Outside (Education)
Rabbits.
Take a trip with Auntie Mabel and her mischievous dog Pippin, as they explore both natural and man-made environments in their little aeroplane.
(Repeat)


05:55
Tweenies (Childrens)
Tom Thumb.
Tweenies is an enriching, entertaining and informative show designed to appeal to three-to-five-year-olds. Bella, Milo, Jake and Fizz learn through play, songs, stories and games.
(Repeat, U, 3 Star)