Highlights of men's singles semi-final day. With John Inverdale. Shown yesterday at 8pm on BBC2
Presented by Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt. Including
NewsWatch at 7.45.
Former Wimbledon champion Pat Cash joins James Martin to face his food heaven or hell.
Featuring chefs Anthony Demetre and Cyrus Todiwala.
BBC MAGAZINES: Good Food. E310; Olive, E3.40, both out monthly
3/10. Things become very stressful as Nadia Sawalha tries to re-create a famous chef's favourite holiday meal in the French city of NTmes.
Comedians Bradley Walsh and Joe Pasquale join chefs Gino D'Acampo and Lesley Waters.
Clips from Weakest Link, hosted by Anne Robinson.
The ladies'singles tournament reaches its climax at the All England Club, as the players meet on Centre Court to contest the right to raise the Venus Rosewater Dish. Last year, for the third time in Wimbledon history and for the seventh occasion overall in grand slam history, it was a family affair as Williams sisters Venus and Serena both made it through to the final. Serena went into the match boasting a 5-1 winning record over her elder sibling, but Venus was not to be perturbed by past failures, as she completed a successful title defence with a 7-5, 6-4 victory to claim her fifth Wimbledon singles title.
With Sue Barker. Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Digital viewers can watch live coverage, news and updates from 11.30am until end of play; highlights from 9pm Wimbledon towels offer: page 27; "Time!": page 28
With Louise Minchin.
Regional News; Weather with Dan Corbett.
5/7. Host Graham Norton springs more surprises on members of the audience. There's music and mischief from The Saturdays, someone's sofa could win them a fabulous holiday, and a giant hamster may win one lucky caller some serious cash. Series director Nikki Parsons ; Exec producer Sam Donnelly
Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel at 8.25pm
New series. 1/9; series two. Twenty brave contestants risk their dignity as they splash, crash, bounce and flounce their way around the demanding obstacle course once more. Richard Hammond and Amanda
Byram offer wry commentary and encouragement. Director Will Clough : Executive producer Andy Rowe RICHARD HAMMOND PHOTOS: radiotimes.com/richard-riammond
Ruth's complex web of lies begins to unravel, Jordan starts to make arrangements for treatment but gets a nasty shock, and Mac runs into trouble on his patrol of Farmead.
The Inside Story: page 42
Kathleen 'Dixie' Dixon:
5/6. The comedic charabanc drops anchor at
Belfast Waterfront Hall. Michael is joined on stage by Neil Delamere , Jeff Green and Kerry Godliman , and the headline act is local hero Patrick Kielty.
Director Paul Wheeler ; Series producer Anthony Caveney Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel Michael Mclntyre is the Star in the Reasonably Priced Car on tomorrow's Top Gear at 8pm on BBC2
With Louise Minchin.
Then Weather with Elizabeth Saary.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Claustrophobic action thriller starring
Jodie Foster. When her husband dies in Berlin, aviation engineer Kyle Pratt and her young daughter, Julia, decide to accompany the coffin on a flight back to the United States. A few hours into the flight, Kyle wakes up to find Julia gone, but when she reports the disappearance, neither the crew nor her fellow passengers can recall seeing the child. Review p35.
Director Robert Schwentke (2005,12)
Air Marshal Gene Carson:
Actress Liz Smith guests. Shown yesterday Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Followed by Weatherview