Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
A box of wigs prompts a story.
Fun-packed magazine, with Kirsten O'Brien. Including cartoons Arthur, Even Stevens, Batfink and BB3B.
Shown yesterday at 10.30pm on BBC1
Soul singer Beverley Knight and actor Mathew Home join
Tim Lovejoy and Amanda Hamilton to dip into the TV archives and enjoy a lunch served by Simon Rimmer. Series producer Catherine Mann
Exec producers Henrietta Conrad , Tania Fallon. Sebastian Scott Beverley Knight performs on Later.... with Joo/s Holland on Friday at 11.35pm GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: the June issue has relaxed weekend recipes from Simon Rimmsr. On sale 2 May, priced E2.99
1/6 Updated version of the sports show presented by Gabby Logan. Shown last Monday on BBC1
' Highlights from the semi-finals of the Premiership, with the winners playing for the title at Twickenham next weekend.
Digital viewers can access the football news on Score from 1.00 to 3.00pm
Clare Balding introduces coverage of the show jumping discipline on the final day of the Badminton Horse Trials.
Four sessions and a maximum of 35 frames are left to be played to decide the final of the world championship. Introduced by Hazel Irvine and Ray Stubbs , with the help of Steve Davis and John Parrott. (5)
1/3. The complete story of the Marsh Pride lions.
Documenting a year in the lives of a family of water voles.
5/11. Hawaii - Message in the Waves. A look at the threat to Hawaii's wildlife created by the increasing popularity of its famous surfing beaches. Turtles, dolphins, monk seals and albatross all have to cope with the crowding and with the danger of washed-up plastic. But scientists and surfers are fighting to protect their environment.
Shown last Wednesday
New series 1/5. Stefan Gates takes the culinary road less travelled, sampling unusual food in global hot spots. Taboo Foods. Baby seals and puppy dogs are not often considered suitable for consumption in the UK. But here Stefan joins Arctic Inuits on a seal hunt and is served with a piping hot dog stew in South Korea. Producer Marc Perkins ; Executive producer Will Daws
First shown on BBC4
Live coverage of the second session of this year's world championship final. With last year's winner Graeme Dott and former champions Ken Doherty and Mark Williams failing to make it past the first round, the early days of this year's tournament were full of giant-killing. Even seven-times champion Stephen Hendry struggled to get to round two.
Introduced by Hazel Irvine and Ray Stubbs.
Commentary comes from Clive Everton,
Dennis Taylor , John Virgo and Willie Thorne.
10/13. Dawn French and Sarah Beeny join Graham as he presents an extended edition of last Thursday's programme. (Revised rpt)
4/6. Leo attempts to win back his ex-girlfriend Nikki, and Jase is forced to takes drastic measures when
Jenny reveals that she wants another baby.
Shown last Thursday
Stewie B Goode. Stewie tries to be nice to the family.
12.40 Bango Was His Name Oh. Stewie tries to find his biological father after he sees him on TV.
First shown on BBC3 More on Tuesday 11pm BBC3
Quirky comedy starring
Jake Gyllenhaal. Jimmy Livingston , a young man born without an immune system, has been raised in a plastic bubble. But when he learns that the love of his life, Chloe, is to marry at Niagara Falls, he crosses the country to stop the wedding. Review page 52. Director Blair Hayes (2001,12)