Hosted by Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams in the studio and, from 8.30, Craig Doyle has the first of this week's daily reports from Wimbledon, with star interviews and prizes.
Including 6.00,7.00,8.00 news with Moira Stuart (Mon-Wed), Julia Botfield (Thu, Fri); 6.15, 6.45, 7.50 business news with Declan Curry
(Mon-Thu), Sara Coburn (Fri); 6.25,
6.53, 7J5, 7.53, 8.15, 8.55 weather with Heien Willetts : 22.214.171.124,
7.28, 7.55, 8.28, 8.55 regional news, travel; 6.35, 7.35, 8.35 sport. Editor Richard Porter
Weekday discussion show, with Robert Kilroy-Silk . <w) Followed by News; Weather
Nadia Sawalha reports from Guy's and St Thomas ' in central London. Followed by News; Weather
The team revamp a pilot's kitchen in Buckinghamshire.
With Tris Payne.
Peterborough in Cambridgeshire is the venue for the antiques challenge. Followed by News; Weather
Two teams in Lincolnshire try to trade clutter for cash in the game show with Lome Spicer.
With guests Eamonn Holmes , John Hegley , Jeremy Vine and Gail Porter.
Sue Barker presents coverage from SW19, where the fourth-round matches in both singles competitions are scheduled for today. Last year number 28 seed David Nalbandian was the surprise victor over big-serving Australian Wayne Arthurs - becoming only the second
Argentinian to reach the men's quarter-finals. BBCi: digital viewers press the red handset button to view other courts/information www.bbc.co.uk/wimbledon
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth. Including a weather summary. www.bbc.co.uk/news
News Emily Maitlis witti news for London and the Home Counties.Editor Quentin Smith NOTE: satellite viewers must retune to analogue to see their regional programme Followed by Weather with Darren Bett.
Beverley Thompson and Giles Diinot with Sussex and Kent news. Editor Rod Beards
Trevor Nelson , Richard Whiteley and Kate Thornton take a viewers' tour of Bangkok. The series returns in September. Producer Paul Olding ; Series producer Sally Dixon
Sumit Bose buys a title - how valid is it?
Plus a speedway revival. Editor Dippy Chaudhary
NOTE: satellite viewers must retune to analogue to see their regional programme
looks at the growi ng problem of teenage arson. Series editor Linda Bell
Anthony's night on the tiles has dire consequences. Episode written by Robin Mukherjee For cast see Thursday/Friday
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 www.bbc.co.uk/soap
Zoologist Nigel Marven tracks down the biological roots of our sensory perception in the first of a six-part series.
Smell. Marven's search for the evolutionary reasons why we find some smells vile and others delightful leads him on a tour of horrific odours around Africa and America.
Producer Jeremy Turner ; Series producer Sam Roberts BBCi: digital viewers can access special interactive options, including putting their own senses to the test, via the red button on their handset Let your senses guide you: page 35
The team react to a germ-warfare practice drill in central
London - but is it actually real? Contains strong language. Part six follows at 10.30pm on BBC3.
Written by Howard Brenton ; Producer Simon Crawford Collins
Director Justin Chadwick www.bbc.co.uk/spooks
Christopher John Jennings:
With Huw Edwards. 10.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather with Darren Bett.
Men Behaving Badly. Simon Nye 's debut as a sitcom writer became a huge hit, but without its original star and on BBC1. Creators and cast reflect on this epoch-defining success story. Director Kevin Mcmunigal ; Producer Toby Stevens
How children are portrayed in advertising in the UK and USA. DirectorAlasdairMacmillan;ProducerSueFox
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Stupid Punts Patrick Kielty 's comic betting quiz.
12.05 Oasis's Millions: Liquid Assets Simon Sharman shows how
Noel and Liam Gallagher made theirfortune.
1.05 Re:Covered Craig David , Turin Brakes and InMe.
Followed by Weatherview
Thriller starring Judge Reinhold.
Two friends swap identity so one can get emergency surgery, but the operation goes horribly wrong. Review page 52.
Director Larry Cohen (1995. PG)