Edie and Spencer return from Spain.
A storm causes damage in Rosie Gnome's wood.
Max falls asleep and dreams of the beach.
Jackson makes a fruit salad for Jelly.
Tubb tries his hand at being a fairy-tale prince.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
John Inverdale presents action from the second day's play.
Shown yesterday at 9.30pm
The latest from Westminster.
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Sue Barker presents action from day three, where second-round matches in the men and women's singles should be well under way. BBCi: extra services available to digital viewers via the red button on the handset
Simon enters a pottery competition.
Timmy's Mom becomes a weather forecaster.
Melody prepares for her appearance on Top of the Pops. With Richard Blackwood.
The Funky Fools come face to face with a herd of scary looking cows.
Sue Barker brings all the latest news and action from the grass courts of SW19 where the second round in both the men and women's singles should be in full swing. Day three was a complete washout last year, without a single ball being hit. This forced the organisers to schedule matches on the "middle Sunday" - traditionally a day of rest in the tournament - for only the third time in the competition's history. Commentary by, among others, Chris Bailey , John Barrett , Boris Becker ,
John McEnroe and Virginia Wade. BBCi: satellite and cable viewers can select action from up to five extra courts, plus a range of extra features, by pressing the red button on their handset. Freeview viewers can access two additional courts, as well as the latest news, scores and results. For live commentary from Radio 5 Live, news and scores, and three-minute video highlights packages at the end of the day's play, visit www.bbc.co.uk/wimbledon
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Why we love ... referee Alan Mills : page 71 Get set for tennis offers page
8/8. South East. The rolling hills of the North
Downs, the strange beauty of the Romney Marshes flatlands and the majesty of the White Cliffs of Dover are some of the sights to have impressed BBC viewers voting for the seven most beautiful places in the south-east of England. Kaddy
Lee-Preston takes a tour of these natural wonders.
Producer Peter Williams ; Executive producer Linda Bell
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Rick's penchant for a fish dish is satisfied in South Wales as he tucks into freshly caught flounder. He also samples Cumbrian goat's cheese, air dried ham, and steak and seaweed pie. Will his trusty canine sidekick Chalky get any scraps?
Director/Producer David Pritchard
John Inverdale and his panel of former Wimbledon favourites review the day's second-round action.
Repeated tomorrow at 10.30am
Analysis of news events at home and abroad, hosted by Jeremy Paxman.
New series For those missing Alan Sugar, Tim Campbell et al, here's a chance to enjoy the second series of the American version of the show where one person will be given the chance to become the protege of a major business tycoon. Donald Trump welcomes 18 candidates vying to win a job offer with his company and a six-figure salary. Executives George Ross and Carolyn Kepcher will be observing what the candidates are doing and report back to Trump on their activities over the course of the 16-week series. In their first challenge, the competitors work in two groups of nine to come up with a new product for global toy manufacturers Mattel - who will end up facing Trump in the boardroom? Shown at 9 pm on BBC3
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2.00 RE: Taking Issue Drama/documentary series looking at how religious beliefs influence everyday situations; The RE Collection: Forgiveness Discussion and debate are powerfully provoked using real-life case studies. 92323
4.00 RE: Special Needs: Go for It - Relationships Series helping young people with learning difficulties to become aware of their own identities, emotions and sexuality.