Gogol decides to buy an umbrella.
7.00 All or Nothing
Shown yesterday at 4.10pm on BBC1
Joe breaks the news of his split with Helen.
Cast on Thursday Contact details on Monday
(First shown on CBBC channel)
7.40 Round the Twist
Comedy about an eccentric family who live in a lighthouse.
8.10 Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles
Casey Jones takes the law into his own hands.
Father tells a fishy story Little Bear makes a new friend and then goes on a magical flying adventure.
8.55 Bob the Builder
Spud convinces Scoop to let his hair down and have some fun.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Suzie wants to get rid of some empty boxes from the shop.
Episode written by Kath Yelland
Cast on Tuesday
First shown on CBeebies channel
9.30 Bill and Ben
The duo learn how to make their own telephone out of two cans and string.
Florrie comes across a magic wand.
Milo doesn't want to share his sweets.
Disney children's comedy. Brutus, a Great Dane puppy, develops an identity crisis when he is brought up with a litter of dachshunds. As he grows ever larger, his delusions have hilarious consequences. Review page 47.
Director Norman Tokar
Dog breeders reveal the tricks oftheirtrade.
An hour-long edition of the business news roundup.
Editor Tracey Hobos
Day-two action from the Scottish Open at Loch Lomond begins an afternoon of shared sporting coverage. The event boasts a star-studded line-up, including Scotsmen Colin Montgomerie , Andrew Coltart and Sandy Lyle. Commentary by Peter Alliss ,
Ken Brown , Wayne Grady , Alex Hay , Beverly Lewis and Julian Tutt. Introduced by Steve Ryder.
From Ascot, coverage of three important flat races, the highlight of which is the Woodcote Stud Classified Stakes at 2.45. The Ascot Premier Claiming Stakes is at 2.15, while the Rendezvous Casino Rates Stakes kicks off at 3.15. Hosted by Clare Balding. (S- golf only)
D 'oh-in' in the Wind. Homer sets out to determine what his middle initial stands for. www.bbc.co.uk/cuit
Kiss My Butler. Will sets up a date with an English nanny for Geoffrey as a birthday treat.
The first heat of the New Blood tournament sees six newcomers, including Nightrider and Maximus, doing battle in the war zone. With Craig Charles and Philippa Forrester. Director Stuart MacDonald ; Series producer Bill Hobbins
First shown on BBC3 www.bbc.co.uk/science/robots
The Weaver's Tale. Financial solvency for Tom and Barbara comes in the form of a ten-pound note.
Written by John Esmonde , Bob Larbey ; Producer John Howad Davies
The final visit to the horticultural annual event includes the pick of this year's spectacular water gardens, a look at how some of the UK's best-known plants were first introduced, and some more advice from the plant ER. With Rachel de Thame and Joe Swift. See yesterday's choice.
Monty Don and Rachel de Thame identify plants that are most suited to shade, while Chris Beardshaw explores ways to get children in the garden this summer. Don also visits a group of fanatical sweet-pea growers. Returns on 25 July. Producer Sarah Davis ; Editor Gill Tiemey Repeated next Sunday BBC MAGAZINE: Gardeners' World. £2.80. New issue on sale 4 July
Alice Keppel was mistress to Edward VI from 1898 until his death in 1910. Two months before Keppel's death in 1947, her great granddaughter Camilla Shand was born, who grew up to become mistress to Edward's great-great-grandson, Prince Charles. Comparing and contrasting the lives of these two women from the same family, this revealing documentary - that will appeal to royal fans and cynics alike - explores how attitudes towards the monarchy, sexual infidelity and the role of the press have changed across a century.
Presented by Gavin Esler.
John Carey , Bonnie Greer and Kwame Kwei-Armah join Mark Lawson to analyse the week's cultural highlights.
Series producer Tanya Hudson
"Little" Fugue in G Minor, BWV578, filmed at the Johann Sebastian Bach Church in Amstadt, Germany. (5)
Comedy drama. Finding himself at a turning point in his life, Willie Conway returns to his hometown to decide whether he's ready to marry his lawyer girlfriend. There, he meets up with his old high-school friends, who only add to his confusion on marriage and relationships. Widescreen. Review page 47.
Director Ted Demme (1996.15)
Tommy Birdman Rowland:
Michael Mo Morris:
Anne Heche. Aspiring young singer Aggie is framed for the murder of a sleazy record company executive and sent to a brutal women's prison. There she realises to her horror that a contract has been taken out on her life. Review page 47. Director John McNaughton (1994, 15)
Repeats are not indicated.
Home Learning 3.00 Cats' Eyes: Plants and Animals -
Environment: science in action.