There’s truly no need to be bored during the coronavirus crisis, even if your door is closed to the outside world.

The Worcester News has cast its judicious eye over the BBC iPlayer offerings and BBC listings for this weekend, and it’s put together a list of ten not-to miss offerings.

Find thrills with Hidden - series 2, episode 6, at 9pm, BBC 4. Cadi and Mia, the hunted and the hunted, come face to face. Disturbing stuff.

If that’s not to your taste, there’s even a decent adventure hero movie to watch, in the shape of Marvel’s Avengers Assemble, on BBC 1 at 7pm on Saturday March 21.

And what about “Super Powered Eagles” a Natural World special on BBC 2, from 3pm, also on Saturday March 21?

The eagles are rightly ‘billed’ as “the most powerful birds in the sky”.

Why not try a brain teaser on BBC 1 with Celebrity Mastermind on Saturday March 21, from 7.15pm?

In the famous black chair will be Kelly Gallagher, Stephen Bailey, Daniel Lawrence Taylor and Bobby Seagull.

And comedy’s on offer at Mrs Brown’s, at 9.15pm, this Saturday on BBC 1. Special guests will include Caitlyn Jenner and John Barrowman.

All considered, political chat with the Andrew Marr show will be most interesting this Sunday, from 9am, on BBC 1.

Currently showing on iPlayer until this Sunday, and ending at 4.35pm, youngsters can enjoy the children’s adventure, Trolls.

The Trolls love to hug (which might not be advisable in the current crisis); but what on earth happens when one of them is kidnapped?

The History Boys is currently screening on IPlayer.

Exams might have been cancelled in real life, but this adaptation of the classic Alan Bennett play is all about exams and ambition, as a group of young students look to an Oxbridge future, in the hot-house atmosphere of an over-ambitious school.

Gentleman Jack is still strutting her stuff on iPlayer too, and a fine costume period romp it is as well.

It’s 1832 and Anne Lister returns to her shabby ancestral home, Shibden Hall, determined to restore its fortunes and to find herself a wife, well before gay marriages were allowed.

It’s actually based on a true story.

Until Anne Lister wrote her secret diaries, the lives of gay women were virtually impossible to find in the historical record.

And from the iPlayer archive, why not break out the Bolly with vintage Absolutely Fabulous, series 1-5?

See Eddy and Patsy grown old disgracefully, again.

Absolutely Fabulous is an award-winning British television sitcom created by and written by Jennifer Saunders who also stars as one of the main characters alongside Joanna Lumley. Expect fireworks fizz and a curious mix of vulgarity and style.

Tomorrow, we take a look at the current Netflix offerings and make further suggestions, for your consideration.