Repeats are not indicated.
6.05 Orsanmichele (S)
6.55 Meaning in Abstract Art (S)
Shakers. How vibration leaves us shaken. (R)
Germaine Greer discusses early poetry. (R) (W)
How animals tackle challenges while moving across land. With Chris Packham. (S) (W)
A mysterious rash threatens photo day. (S)
Animated series about a young aardvark. (R) (S)
9.05 The Wild Thornberrys
Grandma and Grandpa pay a visit. (S)
9.30 The Journey of Allen Strange
Josh and Allen discover a piece of a map that could help Allen find his way home. (R) (S)
Angelica's circus trip is threatened by a cold, then the babies all wish Dil was a baby like themselves. (S)
10.25 Student Bodies
Part-animated school comedy. (R) (S)
10.50 Big Wolf on Campus
Merton accidentally awakes an ancient Egyptian mummy. (S)
To help Scotty recover from a recent injury, Kirk sets him up with a date which leads him to a series of murders.
With Josie d'Arby, Vernon Kay , Joe Mace and Lisa Rogers.
Series producer Gary August: Executive producer Paul Smith (S) (W) E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Tale of the Peacock and the Tiger. David Attenborough narrates a story about the delicate relationship between two very different creatures in India. (R) (S)
Presented by Sue Barker.
1.35 Rallying Action from central Greece of the Acropolis Rally, round seven of this year's world championship. This is known as Europe's toughest rally due to the gravel and boulders that punctuate the course. Commentary is by Mark James and Tiff Needell.
2.05 Tennis Live coverage of the final of the tournament at Queen's Club, west London. Today's winner will become one of the favourites to win the men's singles at Wimbledon, which begins a week tomorrow. John Barrett , Pat Cash and John Lloyd commentate. Following the tennis:
Olympic Dreams More news from the Team GB camp, charting the progress of British athletes on the way to this year's winter games in Salt Lake City, and Athens 2004.
Motorsport Highlights of rounds seven and eight of the British
Touring Car championship from Silverstone. Commentators are
Charlie Cox and John Watson.
(W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/sport
Near-Perfect Spy. FBI counterintelligence specialist
Robert Hanssen was a devout Catholic and family man whose professional diligence resulted in him being trusted with the highest possible security clearance. Yet last February, he was charged with spying for the Russians during most of the past 15 years, passing over 6,000 top-secret documents in return for diamonds and cash. Tom
Mangold investigates the background to what may be the west's biggest spying case since Kirn Philby.
Producer Guy Smith : Editor Fiona Murch (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/correspondent
Highlights from the past week's broadcasts following
Britain's largest ever dinosaur dig, on the Isle of Wight. With Bill Oddie , Adam Hart-Davis , Edwina Silver and Simon King. Producers Natalie Berg , Pete Brown , Lucy Dudman. Helen Nightingale and Nathan Williams ; Series producer Sally Dixon (S) (W)
Saville Row tailors offer tips on snappy dressing.
Series producer Alexandra Fraser (R) (S)
Continuing the repeat run of the landmark series about the Second World War, narrated by Laurence Olivier.
The story of the D-Day landings, in which British, American and Canadian forces launched the largest ever amphibian invasion on the beaches of Normandy. (R) (S)
Richard Branson reveals how he started an airline with only one jet. (R) (S)
Beginning a rerun of episodes from the quirky documentary series which explores global subculture. Looking for Love. Theroux visits a Bangkok marriage agency where western men are introduced to prospective Thai brides. As he acts as best man in an Anglo-Thai wedding, he wonders whether it is really love these men are after.
Director Catey Sexton ; Executive producer Kevin Sutcliffe (R) (S)
The Bank Manager. The spoof documentary series explores the ongoing technological changes in high-street banking. Featuring Chris Langham , David Roper , Emma Kennedy , Robert Webb , Norman Roberts and Tilly Gaunt.
Written/Directed by John Morton : Producer Paul Schlesinger (S) (W)
Benjamin Britten 's 1946 two-act opera marked the inception of the English Opera Group, which in turn gave rise to the Aldeburgh music festival in 1947. This production - conducted by Paul Daniel and directed for the stage by David McVicar - opened the 54th festival earlier this month. The plot concerns the tragic results of a bet made between three Roman officers. Presented by Stephanie Hughes.
TV director Sue Judd : Executive producer Caroline Speed (S) (W) Festival of Britten - Music: page 20
A special featuring the band performing songs from their new album. Ends 1.25.
Director Janet Fraser Crook ; Producers Mark Cooper and Alison Howe
Shown on Saturday 9 June (S) (W)
Repeats are not indicated.
Exam Revision 2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision RE (S) Languages 4.00 Get By in Portuguese
Working in the Community 5.00 TV 14 Volunteering Open University 6.00 The Golden Thread (S) 47760 6.30 Developing Language Ends 7.00am. (S)