Easter 2013: best films on TV today, Saturday 30 March

March of the Penguins, Gone with the Wind, Incredible Hulk, Jumanji, Robin Hood, Goodfellas and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.

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March of the Penguins – 12.55pm, ITV

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Nature documentary following the annual life cycle of emperor penguins in Antarctica, narrated by Morgan Freeman.

Gone with the Wind – 2.30pm, 5USA

A classic romantic drama set in the bloody American Civil War, following the love affair of manipulative Southern belle Scarlett O’Hara (Viven Leigh) and roguish Rhett Butler (Clark Gable).

The Incredible Hulk – 3.20pm, ITV

Sci-fi action adventure starring Edward Norton as army physician Bruce Banner who is exposed to gamma rays during an experiment causing him to turn into a fierce green giant in moments of stress. 

Jumanji – 5.00pm, Comedy Central

In 1969 young Alan gets trapped in a magical board game which is discovered by two children over 60 years later. Eventually released as an adult, Alan (Robin Williams) realises they need to get to the end of the treacherous game in order to be free.

Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves – 9.00pm, 5*

Robin (Kevin Costner) and his friend Azeem (Morgan Freeman) escape from prison in the Holy Land and decide to return to England, only to find Robin’s father murdered and King Richard exiled. After meeting a group of thieves, they join forces to try to overthrow the wicked Sheriff of Nottingham.

Goodfellas – 10.00pm, Alibi

A Scorsese thriller starring Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci about Irish-Italian schoolboy Henry Hill (Ray Liotta) who gains favour with the local Mob by parking cars for them and eventually rises through the ranks of the Mafia.

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo – 11.15pm, Film4

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The Swedish version of Stieg Larsson’s bestseller (with subtitles) follows Mikeal, a renowned journalist accused of libel, who decides to investigate the disappearance of a wealthy industrialist’s niece, recruiting tattooed computer hacker Lisbeth Salander who’s clearly battling demons of her own.