|Monday, April 9|
|10 am||Sundance||The Book of Life|
Jesus Christ, who arrives in New York City on New Year's Eve with a mission: to break the Seventh Seal in the Book of Life and bring about the Apocalypse. Directed and written by Hal Hartley.
|3 pm||Check Local Listings||Martha Stewart Living|
Create beautiful Easter eggs with flock, a fiber commonly used to form velvety patterns on cloth.
|5:30 pm||Food Network||Molto Mario: Easter Sunday|
|9 pm||PBS||The Face: Jesus in Art|
Traces the dramatically different ways in which Jesus has been represented in art throughout history and around the world. Check local listings for dates and times.
|Tuesday, April 10|
|7 am||A&E||Christianity: The Second Millennium|
Christianity sees the rise of the modern world; church and state are separated for the first time.
|11:30 pm||Food Network||Molto Mario: Easter Sunday|
|2 pm||Food Network||Cooking Live: Easter With Elmo|
Eggs in a Nest, Mini Heroes, Alphabet Soup, and Strawberry Shortcakes.
|7 pm||Food Network||Cooking Live: Italian Easter|
Italian Easter takes center stage as Aunt Fanny joins Sara to create classics.
|8 pm||NBC||The Fighting Fitzgeralds: The Easter Rebellion|
Marie's teacher prevents Mr. Fitz from distributing candy at school.
|8 pm||Travel Channel||Jesus in the Himalayas|
Explore the popular legend of the Indian subcontinent, namely that Jesus spent part of his life traveling through the Himalayas. (Repeated at 11 pm.)
|10 pm||Food Network||Easter From Martha's Kitchen|
A Southern style Easter feast from Martha Stewart's kitchen.
|All times Eastern Standard Time|