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BBC 1 East - channel number 101
01:15BBC News[SUB HD]
06:00Breakfast[SUB HD]
A round-up of national and international news, plus sports reports, weather forecasts and arts and entertainment featuresNational News/International News/General Social/Political Issues/Economics
08:35Match of the Day[SUB HD REP]
Gary Lineker presents highlights of the latest Premier League clashes, including Hull City v Arsenal at the KC Stadium and Tottenham Hotspur v Fulham at White Hart Lane. The Gunners and Spurs were both looking to move a step closer to their aim of finishing in the top four, and would expect to claim three points, with the Tigers seemingly safe in mid-table, and the Cottagers struggling at the bottom. Plus, action from Aston Villa v Southampton, Cardiff City v Stoke City, Newcastle United v Swansea City and West Ham United v Crystal PalaceSport/Football/Soccer
10:00Easter Worship from Leicester[SUB HD]
Bill Turnbull introduces a live service from Leicester Cathedral in celebration of Easter, with hymns led by the Cathedral Choir and musicians from the Graff Orchestra of EnglandSpiritual/Religious
11:00Urbi et Orbi[SUB HD]
The Easter message from Pope Francis, which will be the pontiff's second blessing following his accession in March 2013. With commentary by Mike WooldridgeSpiritual/Religious
11:35Flog It![SUB REP]
Series 7. Episode 39/60: Derby 11
Paul Martin meets people hoping to make a profit from their antiques in Derby, where the finds include an elegant station wall clock, a unique collection of razors and an immaculate working toy train set. The presenter also visits the Marmite factory in Burton-upon-Trent, Staffordshire. With experts Philip Serrell and Michael BaggottAntiques/Collectibles
12:15MOTD2 Extra[SUB HD]
Mark Chapman presents football discussion with the Match of the Day team, focusing on the headlines from yesterday's matches and news ahead of today's fixtures. This programme is simulcast on BBC Radio 5 LiveSport/Football - Club
13:00BBC News[SUB HD]
13:15Bargain Hunt[SUB AD HD REP]
Series 30. Episode 12/32: Cornwall 7
Henry Meadows and Philip Serrell offer advice to competing male and female teams searching for collectibles at the Royal Cornwall Showground in Wadebridge. Tim Wonnacott travels to the coast, where he visits St Michael's Mount in MarazionGame Show/Quiz/Antiques/Collectibles
14:00More Creatures Great and Small[SUB HD REP]
Series 1. Episode 1/15
Documentary following the lives and work of rural vets. In the first edition, farm vet Richard helps a sheep who has suddenly gone blind in Teesdale, and a spaniel proves a handful for small animal vet Steve. Plus, Adam deals with the case of a homeless kitten run over by a car. Narrated by Felicity KendalNature/Animals/Environment
14:30Formula 1 - Chinese Grand Prix Highlights[SUB HD]
Suzi Perry introduces action from the Shanghai International Circuit, where the fourth race of the season took place. This was the 11th staging of the race and Fernando Alonso was hoping to become the first driver to claim maximum points two years running, having won here for Ferrari in 2013. However, given the dominance so far of Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg, Alonso's chances of glory appear slim, although the Spaniard has at least outshone team-mate Kimi Raikkonen this season. With commentary by Ben Edwards and David CoulthardSport/Formula One
16:30Charley Hull - Teenage Tigress[SUB]
James Burridge meets Charley Hull, the 18-year-old from Kettering who is on the verge of becoming a sporting superstar after re-writing the record books in women's golf. Having known Charley for almost a decade, the reporter reveals her growing list of achievements and the sacrifices her family has made to help propel her into successSport/Golf/Documentary
17:00Lifeline[SUB HD]
Fight for Sight
TV presenter Judy Finnigan presents an appeal on behalf of Fight for Sight, a charity that raises money to support medical research into a range of eye conditions. The programme also features a case study of Emma and her son Tommy, who has choroideremia - an inherited condition that will leave him blind in a few years. However, thanks to vital research, doctors now believe they are on the brink of being able to stop the degenerative diseaseGeneral Education/Science/Factual Topics
17:10Songs of Praise[SUB HD]
Easter Sunday
Bill Turnbull visits Yorkshire, where he experiences a traditional Polish Easter meal, learns about the Moravian custom of remembering the dead and visits a Greek Orthodox church. Plus, hymns and songs, including a performance by the Radio 2 Young Choristers of the YearFolk/Traditional Music/Spiritual/Religious
17:45Pointless Celebrities[SUB HD REP]
Series 4. Episode 5/6
Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman invite teams made up of TV chefs, cooks and bakers to come up with the least likely answers to questions posed to the public. The contestants are Rustie Lee, Antony Worrall Thompson, Theo Randall, Rachel Allen, Jean-Christophe Novelli, Paul Rankin, Aaron Craze and John WhaiteGame Show/Quiz
18:35BBC News; Regional News and Weather[SUB HD]
News/Regional News/Weather
19:00Countryfile[SUB HD]
Isles of Scilly
The team heads to the Isles of Scilly, where Ellie Harrison finds out about the problem of rats and the devastating effect they have on the local seabird population. She also visits the privately owned island of Trescoe, to hear how a programme to eradicate the rodents affects the recently imported red squirrels. Matt Baker goes flying with ducklings - boarding a plane with 50 birds destined for a duck farm on Scilly - and back on the mainland, Tom Heap looks at the dangers involved in farming, as well as ways to make it safer, and Adam Henson visits a goat farm. Including Weather for the Week AheadNature/Animals/Environment/Rural/Agricultural
20:00Antiques Roadshow[SUB HD]
Series 36. Episode 18/26: Polesden Lacey 2
Fiona Bruce and the team make a return visit to Polesden Lacey near Dorking in Surrey, in search of more family treasures. Curios on show include a painting of JMW Turner's house on the banks of the Thames, a set of early board game designs and an instrument panel from a Lancaster bomberAntiques/Collectibles
21:00The Crimson Field[SUB AD HD]
Series 1. Episode 3/6
Thomas is struggling with a growing attraction to Kitty, although he is having much more success on the wards with a pioneering system for the treatment of wounds. However, despite a test patient doing well, the captain falls victim to a bullying major who is dismissive of his methods. Meanwhile, the staff members are unnerved by the presence of a terrified patient facing a court-martial, reminding one and all of the perils of overstepping the rules, and Rosalie spots the engagement ring that Joan wears around her neck. First World War medical drama, starring Richard Rankin, Suranne Jones and Marianne OldhamMedical Drama/War
22:00BBC News; Regional News and Weather[SUB HD]
News/Regional News/Weather
22:25Match of the Day 2[SUB HD]
Norwich City v Liverpool, Chelsea v Sunderland and Everton v Manchester United. Mark Chapman presents highlights of the Premier League matches at Carrow Road, Stamford Bridge and Goodison Park, as Liverpool and Chelsea continued their quest for the title against their relegation-threatened opponents, and the Toffees looked to boost their top-four credentials against the championsSport/Football/Soccer
23:35Live at the Apollo[SUB HD REP]
Series 8. Episode 3/6: Kevin Bridges, Phill Jupitus and Sara Pascoe
Kevin Bridges hosts the stand-up show from the Hammersmith Apollo in London, warming up the audience before introducing routines by DJ, Buzzcocks regular and all-round funnyman Phill Jupitus and actress-comedienne Sara Pascoe, making her Apollo debutStand-up Comedy