We have selected one programme for each day of the week from TVB Pearl or ATV World. Enjoy the shows and learn English at the same time. We also recommend the daily news report (7.30-8pm, on both channels) which has English subtitles, helping you follow the news script and improve your pronunciation, listening skills and spelling. March 18: Cold Case (II) - The House (ATV World, 10-11pm) In 1968, legendary singer Johnny Cash's Folsom Prison concert was broadcast to millions of inmates across the US. That night in a Philadelphia prison, during a melee following the broadcast, an inmate was murdered, and his body was believed to be hidden in the prison. The case where human bones were found at the now-closed facility is re-opened. But after discovering that the remains don't belong to the murdered inmate, the detectives begin a new search for the truth of what happened 36 years ago. March 19: The Mask (TVB Pearl, 9.30-11.35pm) When he dons an ancient Nordic mask, Stanley Ipkiss (Jim Carrey) moves at warp speed, knows your every desire and dances like Fred Astaire, Gumby and Barishnikov combined. Carrey and Cameron Diaz star in this story of a sweet, socially inept bank teller who discovers a mask that transforms him into a superhero . . . but one whom you may not want to call for help. March 20: Deep Impact (TVB Pearl, 9.30pm-12am) How would you live your life if you knew the world would come to an end in a year? That's the question faced by a young television reporter and a pair of teenagers and everyone else in the world - in Deep Impact. Scientists discover that a comet is on a collision course with Earth - a comet so massive that its impact will put an end to life. A team of astronauts take on a desperate mission to deflect the comet. March 21: The Real Da Vinci Code (TVB Pearl, 8.30-10.35pm) The recent phenomenal success of Dan Brown's book The Da Vinci Code has once again brought the Holy Grail and its myriad hunters into the spotlight. It may be a novel, but Brown has claimed that his book is based on research and that the art, architecture and secret societies he describes are real. Millions of readers have been hooked , but what do historians think? Has the truth about the Holy Grail been suppressed by the Catholic Church? Has the Grail been kept safe by powerful secret societies? Tony Robinson sets out to find the truth. March 22: The World of Nature - Bilby Brothers: The Men Who Killed the Easter Bunny (ATV World, 9-10pm) This is the story of an extraordinary passion to build a fence that will enclose 25 square kilometres at one of Queensland's most remote and beautiful National Parks, Currawinya, and hopefully save the fast-vanishing bilby from extinction. Bilbies are desert-dwelling, rabbit-sized marsupials with over-sized, furry ears and long tails. They are under constant threat from feral animals like foxes and cats. Cattle destroy their natural habitat and rabbits compete with them for food and habitat. Bilbies could soon be extinct, but two men - Peter McRae and Frank Manthey, the Bilby Brothers - are trying to save them. Peter and Frank work at Queensland National Parks and Wildlife centre in Charleville where Peter is a zoologist and Frank is a senior ranger. They are raising funds to build a fence to save the animals through the sale of chocolate bilbies, instead of the chocolate Easter Bunny. Getting rid of the Easter Bunny is the focus of the Bilby Brothers' campaign. This film is an inspirational story about what can be achieved despite the odds. March 24: Extreme Engineering - Tokyo's Sky City (TVB Pearl, 9.35-10.35pm) With its 24 steel, concrete and glass 'plateaus', each 40 stories high and stacked on top of each other, Sky City rises a full mile into space. It is the tallest, largest, self-sufficient, vertical city ever built. It has 53 billon cubic feet of space, weighs 18 million tonnes and cost a trillion dollars. The plateaus are suspended between 12 supercolumns, each column as thick as the Empire State Building. Sky City has its own university, schools, malls, TV network and film studio. March 23: Food Source Asia (TVB Pearl, 8-8.30pm) This programme showcases the culinary delights of Hong Kong and Singapore, with host Neil Perry finding out why these cities are renowned for fabulous food. Over a bowl of wonton soup at Wu Lung Congee Wonton Noodle Shop, Neil chats with food critic Willie Mark about what makes Hong Kong food so distinctive. Neil also visits the Forum Restaurant, considered one of Hong Kong's finest dining establishments. He watches chef Yeung Koon-yat prepare a special fried rice dish and garoupa fillets with foie gras . Singapore is rapidly becoming a food lover's mecca and here Neil visits friend and food consultant Melina Tao to watch her prepare a Singapore classic, pepper crab (containing both black and white pepper for contrasting flavours and aromas).