Simulcast on the CBBC channel 8.45-11.00am.
Pinky's far-flung family are needed.
Plate-spinning is today's challenge for Sam and Mark, and pavement artists prepare to enter a national competition.
Digital viewers: press the red button to see films on football and summer fun
Tony and Bob spark a full scale alert accidentally.
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Perfect Dad. The children feel
Michael is too strict.
Coverage of one of the world's premier rowing events taking place this week at Dorney Lake, near Windsor. Britain is hosting the world championships for the first time in 20 years and more than 1,000 of the world's top oarsmen will compete, with highlights likely to include Britain's Andy Hodge , Alex Partridge ,
Steve Williams and Peter Reed defending their coxiess four crown. Steve Redgrave analyses today's semi-final action, with commentary from Garry Herbert. Gillian Lindsay and Dan Topolski. Producer Sally Richardson
Digital viewers can access live coverage from Ham to 4pm. plus further coverage tomorrow 11am-4pm
A couple from Hertfordshire are looking for a character cottage in Cornwall for £200,000.
Series producers Mark Leslie and Mandy Thomson ; Executive producer
Game show blending Sudoku and general knowledge.
Tony Tobin and Lesley Waters mix up more mouth-watering masterworks.
More people perform outrageous antics for a cash prize. The Inside Story: page 92
Time for the lion cub to venture into the great outdoors. The otter pups are weaned and want solid food - but mum keeps scoffing the lot.
4/10. The West. From the masterpiece that is
Brunei's Clifton Suspension Bridge to the pastoral majesty of Stourhead's landscape gardens Amanda Parr delights in the West Country's splendour. Director Jules Hyam ; Executive producer Roger Farrant
First shown on BBC1 West
Jamie and Adam put some microwave myths to the test, such as will heating metal cause an explosion? And can you pick up radio through tooth fillings?
First shown on Discovery
4/8; series three. Tonight's innovative ideas include a foot massaging shower mat, a computerised DJ system, a yoga business aimed at children, and a fireproof spray for super-yachts. Will any of the budding entrepreneurs be able to persuade the Dragons to part with some cash? With Evan Davis. Series producer Dominic Bird; Executive producer Helen Bullough Repeated next Tuesday www.bbc.co.uk/dragonsden TV tweaks: page 51
4/6. Andy gets his big break working with Les Dennis. Les Dennis Himself
Writers/Directors Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant
Producer Charlie Hanson
4/6; series two. Perseverance. Paul is left in charge of the Observatory. But he discovers he must help destroy his childhood hero, an old British satellite.
Writer Harry Cripps ; Director Sandy Johnson ; Executive producers Beryl Vertue. Sue Vertue, Mark Freeland , David Maher and David Taylor
4/6. Irreverent comedy from TV's most famous Italian Glaswegian. Thirty years on, remembering the Royal referendum between King Charles and Helen Mirren, the hi-tech remake of Last of the Summer Wine and the most popular series ever.
With Emily Maitlis. cs)
2/6; series two. An irreverent look at Ludwig van
Beethoven's character flaws. Was he the only great composer to have pelted the maid with rotten eggs? Director Michael Cumming ; Producer Jon Rolph
First shown on BBC4
Marcus Brigstocke and some secretive special guests bring sharp topical satire and a taste of the good bad and ugly from the Edinburgh festival.
Director Pati Marr ; Producer Bill Ware The Edinburgh Show is tomorrow at 11pm
General Interest Repeats are not indicated
2.00 Homegrown Hollywood Short films showcasing talent from around the UK. With strong language and scenes that may distress some viewers.