The lowdown on the Queen's Buckingham Palace garden.
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A trip by train to the seaside.
A look back at last year's event. Shown last Wednesday
Strawberries and cream, inopportune downpours and Henman fever: all staples of an English summer and the 14-day festival of tennis beginning today.
Sue Barker introduces live action from Centre Court, where defending men's champion
Roger Federer launches his bid to win his fourth title in a row. (HD - live Centre and Number One
Court coverage only)
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Martina Hingis interview: page 16; The players to watch: page 20
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Barry has a run-in with a werefox.
The twins open a pet-care business.
Children from across the nation pit their Zooks against each other.
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Mother's Day. (Revised rpt)
Matt Baker and Meg the dog say goodbye.
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Vets battle to save a giraffe's newborn calf. (Revised rpt)
Continued live coverage from the grass courts of Wimbledon (the third Grand Slam event of the year) and the opening rounds of the men's singles event.
Once again, 24-year-old Roger Federer is the man to beat - unstoppable on grass in recent years, few will forget his straight-sets humiliation of power server Andy Roddick in last year's final. That said, he suffered a dramatic slump in form at the climax of this year's French Open, where he was soundly beaten by Spain's Rafael Nadal - a glimmer of hope, perhaps, for his opponent in today's curtain-raiser.
(HD - live Centre and Number One Court coverage only)
Digital 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 BBC Radio Five Live, news and scores, and video highlights packages at the end of play, visit www.bbc.co.uk/wimbledon
Martina Hingis interview: page 16; The players to watch: page 20; Official Wimbledon towels offer: page 140; Official Wimbledon sports radio: page
Past stars of the tennis world join John Inverdale to review the highlights of the first day's play.
Repeated tomorrow at 10.30am
2/6. A Fresh Lick. Jack and Victor get carried away while redecorating Isa's living room. Elsewhere, Bobby's video collection gives up a guilty secret.
Writers Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill; Producer/Director
Michael Hines Repeated next Sunday
Chris the Postie:
2/6. Potty-mouthed Nan, stroppy schoolgirl Lauren and actors Jill Halfpenny and Brian Murphy are joined by bonkers dog trainer Moo Shepherd.
Producer Geoffrey Perkins ; Director Gordon Anderson
2/7. Irascible roadie-turned-pest-controller Tommy (Steve Coogan) wades in with his size nines when Magz's shop is accused of selling obscene material.
Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
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A fascinating exploration by Storyville of how two seemingly unconnected events in October 1967 - a Vietcong ambush of an American battalion and a student protest at the University of Wisconsin - changed the war's course. Based on David Maraniss 's novel They Marched into Sunlight. See also Sir! No Sir! The GI Revolt tomorrow at 11.20pm.
Director Robby Kenner ; Series editor Nick Fraser
Languages and Travel Repeats are not indicated
1.00 Espana Viva 13-15 A Spanish course for beginners set in Santander and the coast, Madrid and Seville. With in-vision subtitles. 91114 2.30 Working with the Spanish The Spanish approach to business. 14805 3.00 Make Spanish Your Business 1 & 2 Language basics for working in Spain. 71350 5.00 Work Talk: Spain