Hosted by Susanna Reid and Bill Turnbull.
Hazel Irvine presents further live coverage from Gothenburg.
Britain's Commonwealth Games silver medallist Jo Pavey will be confident of booking her place in Saturday's 5,000m final this morning, while Christian Malcolm will hope to have put his recent hamstring injury behind him as he begins his 200m campaign alongside AAA champion Marlon Devonish. And there should be further home interest in the 800m wheelchair semi-finals, with Tanni Grey-Thompson likely to have qualified. Full timetable as follows:
9.10 Women's 5,000m semi-finals.
10.10 Men's 200m, round one.
10.50 Women's 800m wheelchair semi-finals.
11.15 Men's 3,000m steeplechase semi-finals. Also live online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport Followed by News; Weather
Tim Wonnacott presents more auction room action from Diss in Norfolk.
Katya comes dangerously close to discovering the real Cameron. Zeke seeks advice about kissing.
Repeated at 5.35pm
The auction doesn't go quite to plan for a mother and daughter in search of their dream home on the Spanish coast.
Murder Most Vial. A media mogul's threats against the hospital land him in the morgue.
Piggley and pals try to catch a leprechaun.
Streaky becomes invisible.
AndClaJams versus the Metallic Rangers.
Six new warriors must cross the Snake Pit and negotiate the Wizard's Maze.
Presented by Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky. Followed by Weather with Dan Corbett.
Sue Barker introduces live coverage of three finals.
7.10 Women's 400m hurdles final. Natasha Danvers-Smith will hope her Achilles heals in time for a title bid.
7.25 Women's 100m hurdles final. Sweden's Susanna Kallur carries the hopes of the home nation with her.
7.45 Men's 400m final. Can Briton Tim Benjamin reproduce the form that saw him top the European rankings last season? www.bbc.co.uk/sport
Professor Robert Winston and Dr Tanya Byron host an investigation into human memory - featuring a chance for viewers to test their own memories and pick up expert tips on improving them.
Longleat House in Wiltshire is transformed into
"Memory Manor", a purpose-built laboratory where 100 volunteers will be put through their mental paces to find out how their memories work and to what extent they can improve them. Meanwhile, celebrities including Alan Titchmarsh and Jilly Goolden reveal how they keep their memories in shape. Producer Claire Cadman ; Editor Sally Dixon
Viewers with digital satellite or Freeview can take part in an enhanced interactive version of the Longleat House mystery (without missing any of the main programme) by pressing the red button at the start Thanks for the memory: page 20
What makes Tony Buzan so clever?: page 59
The Arrival. Following the death of Rev Pottle , the villagers of Dibley are unprepared for his replacement, in the first ever episode of the ecclesiastical sitcom. Writer Richard Curtis
Director Dewi Humphreys ; Producer Jon Plowman
with Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with John Hammond.
Alan Titchmarsh introduces the first of two Proms celebrating the 250th anniversary of Mozart's birth, recorded live at the Royal Albert Hall.
Tonight's concert focuses on Mozart the dramatist, with music from some of his best-known and most successful operas - Don Giovanni , The Marriage of Figaro and La C/emenza di Tito. The Scottish Chamber Orchestra, led by Roger Norrington, is joined by soloists Ian Bostridge, Simon Keenlyside and Ailish Tynan. In-vision subtitles. More Mozart next Wednesday. Director Ian Russell; Series editor Oliver Macfarlane
Followed by National Lottery Update
Comedy western starring Paul Newman , Jacqueline Bisset and Ava Gardner. A small town in Texas prospers when its self-appointed judge robs visitors and kills anyone with money. But the community grows tired of his violent ways. Review page 54.
Director John Huston (1972,15) Film Trivia: page 57
Followed by Weatherview
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Big Cat - the Big Story Behind the scenes on the natural history show, in celebration of its tenth anniversary.
1/12. Industrial Bolton in the 1940s and 50s.
9/10. Opening night looms.
4/5. More ursine tribulations.