17:00 - 17:35
Songs of Praise
Aled Jones visits Liverpool Cathedral at the start of Holy Week for the final rehearsals of their Passion plays. While there he also climbs the bell tower to ring the highest and heaviest peal of church bells in the world. Plus congregational hymns for Palm Sunday.
17:50 - 18:00
BBC London News Weather
18:00 - 19:00
The Big Painting Challenge
Seascapes. Una Stubbs and Richard Bacon travel to Dartmouth for the final of the art competition. The four amateurs set up their easels at the Royal Naval College and are asked to capture a sense of Britain s seafaring heritage - and with just three challenges left one contestant takes a big risk to impress the judges. That s followed by a quick sketch of a platoon of naval cadets marching on the parade ground before the final painting of the competition in which they have to capture the atmosphere of Dartmouth harbour. It s then up to judges Daphne Todd and Lachlan Goudie to decide who will be the first Big Painting Challenge winner. Last in the series.
19:00 - 20:00
Hampshire. The show comes from Hampshire where Matt Baker meets the farmers who started with nothing more than a handbook and an empty field four years ago. Charlotte Smith discovers the links between farming and fashion and Helen Skelton meets world champion darts player and farmer s son Scott Mitchell whose success on the oche has allowed him to help his father.
20:00 - 21:00
Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral 2. Fiona Bruce and the team return to Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral where finds include a sketch by LS Lowry a 17th-century longcase clock a model of a local ship that was once the fastest to cross the Atlantic and a miniature piano that opens up to reveal a couple of secrets inside. The Dean of the Cathedral asks for help in identifying a mysterious chest found in 2009 having been bricked up behind a wall and expert Andy McDonnell tells a tale of skulduggery when he encounters work by glass-maker Elizabeth Graydon-Stannus.
21:00 - 22:00
News of Ross and Demelza s marriage shocks the locals although Charles s reaction to the union is the most unexpected of all as his amusement at the situation brings on another heart attack. Verity befriends her cousin s new bride and sets about teaching her the art of being a lady - something that will come in handy when the couple are invited to spend Christmas with the Trenwith Poldarks. Demelza is introduced to the fearsome Aunt Agatha a woman known to never mince her words.
22:20 - 22:30
BBC London News Weather
22:30 - 23:10
Have I Got a Bit More News for You
Have I Got a Bit More Old News for You. Actor and comedian David Mitchell hosts an extended edition of the satirical quiz from May 2014 with comedy screenwriter Andy Hamilton and comedienne Susan Calman joining team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop as they ridicule those in power and laugh at recent news stories.
23:10 - 01:05
A federal agent investigating the bombing of a ferryboat in New Orleans is given access by the government to a top-secret device that allows him to see into the past. He focuses on one victim in particular a woman whom he believes holds the key to the crime and becomes convinced that he can prevent the explosion ever happening. Sci-fi thriller with Denzel Washington Paula Patton Val Kilmer and Jim Caviezel.
01:05 - 02:50
A French Foreign Legionnaire deserts when his brother is killed in a failed drugs deal and after discovering an underground fighting circuit he uses his bare-knuckle fighting skills to support his impoverished sister-in-law and niece. Action adventure starring Jean-Claude Van Damme Harrison Page Deborah Rennard and Lisa Pelikan.
02:50 - 02:55
Weather for the Week Ahead
06:00 - 09:15
Round-up of national and international news plus the latest from the money markets.