Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
A pop star gives Ben a hand.
Lizzie invites Mr Dig to dinner. (R) (S)
Tracy gets to grips with life outside the home.
Children enlist the aid of their mum to hide a celebrity in the house.
Tracy's loyalties are tested by a new family member.
Animation following the antics of two special agents.
See Kids' TV Choices: page
Followed by Bernard (S)
Krypto arrives back on Earth.
Highlighting the problems facing deaf people in accessing banking services and building societies. With voiceover and in-vision subtitles. Repeated on Tuesday at 12.55am on BBC1
Chris Beardshaw 's horticultural mission. (Revised repeat)
Coverage of this afternoons races at Ascot. including starts at 1.10, 1.45 and 2.20, plus races at 1.25 and 2.00 from Haydock Park. Presented by Clare Balding .
Online at bbc.co.uk/sport (UK only)
Historical drama starring Keith Michell. As King Henry VIII lies dying, he looks back over his life and his role in a rich period of English history. Review page 49.
Director Waris Hussein (1972, PG)
Continued coverage of the starstudded indoor Grand Prix from Birmingham. (s
Also online at www.bbcco.uk£port (UK only)
Presented by The Sun's Sharon Hendry.
Archive performances from the Beat, Scritti Politti , Cutting Crew, Bjork and Aretha Franklin. Plus new music from Jack Savoretti and James Hunter.
Executive producer Mark Hagen
7/13. Divided Loyalties. The family is separated, leaving a mother stranded with two pups.
6.50 8/13. The Good, the Bad and the Desperate One of the meerkats becomes pregnant.
Shown last Sunday
5/11. Art critic Ben Lewis expresses grave doubts about the work of artist duo Gilbert and George as their retrospective opens at Tate Modern, while musician Brett Anderson and Janet Street-Porter offer a riposte. Director Michel Gondry talks to Mark Kermode about his next film, The Science of Sleep. Musician Nick Cave talks about his latest project, Grinderman, and there's a behind-the-scenes look as designer Duro Olowu launches his new collection. Series producer Danielle Graham ; Exec producer Edward Morgan Repeated at 1.15am www.bbc.co.uk/cultureshow
2/6. The supposed breakthroughs include a teddy bear media player and a giant, pink foam dragon.
Shown last Wednesday www.bbc.co.uk/dragonsden
4/6. This week's mirthful meanderings around the British Isles take us from Birmingham to Manchester in the company of Dave Gorman , John Thomson , and Bernard Manning , while the cast of The League of Gentlemen return to the location of their hit series. Director/Producer Ellen Evans The League of Gentlemen is on Tuesday at 9.30pm on BBC4
3/6. Simon Amstell , Bill Bailey and Phill Jupitus are joined by Preston, Anne Charleston , Ed Byrne , Fyfe Dangerfield and a very special guest.
Shown last Wednesday Phill Jupitus on the Small Faces: page 38
1/4. Food and Wine. Contributors, including Michael Winner and Jenny Eclair , attempt to demystify the worst food and wine terminological excesses.
Shown last Friday
Guest host Boris Johnson , plus Sara Cox and Dr Phil Hammond join regulars Paul Merton and Ian Hislop. Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Jo Bunting
Sharp-tongued black comedy starring Campbell Scott as self-assured New York executive Roger Swanson, whose shallow attitude towards women is revealed when he attempts to teach his nephew the secrets of the opposite sex. Review page 49.
Director Dylan Kidd (2002, 15) This week's premieres: page 45
Gritty Second World
War drama starring Jeff Chandler and featuring
Sidney Poitier. In 1944, Lieutenant Chick Campbell is forced to intervene when a soldier complains that he is the victim of racial prejudice. Review page 49. Director Budd Boetticher (1952, U) (BW)