Elephant antics. (R)
The girls and boys have fun on a camping trip. (R)
Animated underwater fun with the sea-dwellers. (R)
7.50 Blue Peter
Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1 (S)(W)
8.15 The Puppy's New Adventures
A bag of gems is stolen. (R)
Animation. Moomin Papa recalls his young adventures.
Another chance to see the first day's highlights from SW19.
Shown yesterday at 9.30pm (S)
Ends 10.55. Skipping. The foursome watch children skipping and practise their skipping-rope skills. (R) (S)
Can't Go There. The pals caift visit theirfavourite haunts. Shown last Tuesday BBC1 (S) (W)
The fun-loving penguin pretends to be ill. (R)
Continuing a season of classic mysteries, starring
Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce.
Holmes and Watson come up against a murderous crook when they try to recover a stolen pearl. Director RoyWilliam Neill (1944)
(BW) (S) Pursuit to Algiers is tomorrow at 10.55am Films: pp 62-70 ***
Live coverage of today's tennis action from the grass courts of Wimbledon, presented by Sue Barker. The first Tuesday is traditionally ladies' day and this time last year Jana Novotna , the 1998 champion, made easy progress against Shi-Ting Wang , while Jennifer Capriati won a thrilling three-set match with German Anke Huber. (S)
WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/wimbledon Andrew Duncan meets Mary Pierce : page 8; Ten to watch: page 18; Glam slam: page 20
Political news from Parliament, presented by Diana Madill.
Contact details on Thursday (S)
Further coverage of the second day's action. By the end of today the line-up for the second round should be known. (S)
In the last instalment of the series, viewers get the chance to show off their ideas for hovercraft, ice lenses, scientific musical instruments and bar-snack separators - all responses to the challenges inspired by the scientific heroes examined by Adam Hart-Davis in the last six weeks. Hart-Davis also heads for the East Midlands, where he turns his bicycle into a spinning machine to demonstrate the invention of Richard Arkwright , whose own version replaced 96 skilled workers with just one operator. George Green, a miller from Nottingham, produced a brilliant and revolutionary mathematical tool that is still used to solve problems in maths and physics today. What was his inspiration? The final hero of the series is Isaac Newton. In his house at Woolsthorpe in Lincolnshire, Hart-Davis wonders if the great man might have invented the cat flap. Hart-Davis returns in the autumn to present a series on Roman technology - What Did the Romans Do for Us? Producer Marty Jopson ; Executive producers Paul Bader and Mike Greenwood (S)
INFORMATION: History 2000 events and information line: [number removed] (calls charged at national rate). Website: www.bbc.co.uk/history
BBC BOOK: Local Heroes: Do-it yourself Science by Adam Hart-Davis and Paul Bader. available in paperback
Adam Hart-Davis's Kind of Day: page
Another chance to see an episode of the vintage comedy. War Dance. As the night of the Home Guard Dance gets underway, Pike turns up with a new girlfriend. But is she a suitable companion for a respectable young bank clerk?
Written by David Croft and Jimmy Perry : Producer David Croft (R) (S)
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Highlights of the second day's action from the 114th
Wimbledon championships. Today's play should see the end of the first-round matches. John Inverdale introduces player reaction and analysis from the panel of experts.
Repeated tomorrow at 9am (S) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/wimbledon
Analysis of the day's major news developments at both home and abroad. Presented by Kirsty Wark. Including, at
11.00, News headlines. (S)
Let's Get It On. Milly is feeling hurt and confused after
O'Donnell calls a halt to their affair. Anna has a shock in court when she is forced to defend a drug dealer who also sold her substances in a club the evening before.
For further cast see Wednesday and Thursday
The series continues tomorrow at 11.20pm (R) (S)
Extended highlights of the day's events at Westminster, presented by Michael Dobbs.
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 The Web Weavers - why is the World Wide Web such a huge phenomenon, and can it be controlled?
1.00 Hard Rock Cafe - a look at the launch of the first Hard Rock Cafe in South Africa. (S) 62916 1.30 The Secret of Sporting
Success - how maths can help athletes to be the best. (S) Teenagers and Families 2.00 Being a Teenager 3 -continuing the series about coping with teenagers. Languages 4.00 Get By in Italian
Working in Hospitality 5.00 Customer Care and Teamwork Open University 6.00 Ships and Boats and Strain-using glass fibres to make a "smart" mast for a yacht. (S) 49480 6.30 Open Advice Time for you- what is a week at an Open University summer school really like? Ends 7am. (S)