(Granada, 9.55am). Mr Noah's Holiday. The Eurovision Song Contest (BBCI, 8.00pm). This year, they seem to have chucked out Israel in favour of Turkey and Morocco. Other delights, Father Penguin by a Luxemburger, and a song in Finnish, an Asiatic tongue. The Lost Weekend (BBC2. 11.30pm). Ray Milland as an alcoholic. A must for hacks and others for whom Lent dragged on.
SUNDAY Night Train to Munich (BBCI,
I.55pm). A 1940 spy lilm, with Rex Harrison, Margaret Lockwood and Basil Radford. Should help the Yorkshire pud settle.
Birdspot (BBC2, 8.00pm). Tony Soper encourages the curious to dust their binoculars as he looks at different kinds of tits.
Coronation Street (ITV, 7.30m). The offering for St George's day is 'a story of suspense concerning Hilda Ogden's luck at Bingo. Henry V (BBCI, 9.25pm). For viewers who have just switched over, this play is by Shakespeare
and touches on the themes of war and patriotism, Chronicle: Black Napoleon (BBC2, 7.40pm). John Julius Norwich talks about Haiti, the first modern slave-free black republic, and its fight against Napoleon.
Question Time (BBC], 11.12pm). The well-known Lilliana Archibald and Tessa Blackstone are billed for a hair-raising gallop round ringmaster Robin Day's big top. Lord Lever swoops around on the trapeze above. He's not looking too well lately.