More tales from the library. (S) (SL)
Followed by Fimbly Songtime
Baby Kate and Pal search for missing socks. (R) (S)
Krypto's tail turns on him.
Tracy and Dolly want to be adopted. (S)
Scouring the land for fascinating flora and fauna.
A young choir in Carmarthenshire. (S)
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Circus' themed music and dance.
Pre-school fun with Todd and friends.
The team explores the natural world.
Springwatch is at 7.30pm on BBC1
(Repeats are not indicated)
10.30 Maths Channel
Double bill. (ages 7-8)
11.05 Tales of Europe
11.20 BBC Primary History
(ages 7-11) (S)
11.40 BBC Primary Geography
(ages 7-11) (S)
Part!amentary report with discussions and interviews.
Graeme Le Saux scours the Isle of Wight for the best of local produce. Viewers' questions on employment rights are answered. With Adam Shaw and Paddy O'Connell.
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Quarter-final coverage on day five at the Queen's Club in London, the traditional Wimbledon warm-up event for the players on the men's ATP Tour, introduced by SueBarker. Digital viewers can watch live coverage 12.30-8.00pm
Ou!z show hosted by Jam!e Theakston.
The best acts from this week's shows compete for the chance to win a spot in next week's grand fina!. <S)
8/8. Tony and Jon visit Brighton to see the few remaining eim trees, and a!so head to Scarborough to search for fossils, hoping to prove that the Chinese ginkgo tree was once native in the region.
Director/Producer Tim Green
Examining the success of the West Indian cricket team in their 1976 series against England. That summer's tour was seen by many as being about more than just sport, and when England captain Tony Greig claimed he was going to make the visitors "grovel", the resulting West Indian victory seemed even more triumphant.
First shown on BBC4
The team head to Birmingham's NEC for the 15th anniversary of the popular horticultural show. it's a double celebration tonight as the event also marks the 40th anniversary of the Gardeners' Wor/d series. and Joe Swift aims to win a coveted RHS medai for his garden designed to mark the occasion.
Producer Andy Vernon : Series producer Rosemary Edwards Aces of spades: Free Gainers' tVorM magazine: page 44
To coincide with the 60th anniversary of Indian independence, this series looks at British India under the Raj. Tonight's episode re-creates life as it was in the 1930s - where expats attempted to create a version of the English way of life, but still rode elephants into the jungle and floated down rivers on inflated buffalo skins.
The Inside Story: page
4/8: series two. X-Rated. The origins of naughty expressions are explored in this sizzling edition of the word-based series, includes contributions from Immodesty Blaise and comedian Rowland Rivron.
Director/Producer Lucy Cooke Repeated next Monday
Presented by Kirsty Wark. <s)
Martha Kearney with the week's cultural highlights. Series producer Tanya Hudson
Foik-rock musician Ray LaMontagne performs tracks from his albums Trouble and Till the Sun
Turns B<ac<< at east London's LSO St Luke's.
Director Janet Eraser Crook: Producer Serena Cross
Film. Neil LaBute's controversial drama starring Aaron Eckhart and Matt Malloy. Two office workers who are fed up with the world - and women in particular - decide to simultaneously date a beautiful, deaf co-worker and then dump her.
Film of the Day: page 60. (1997, 18)
And the Children Shall Lead
Children take over the Enterprise. (R)
3.00 Is There in Truth No Beauty?
Security is stepped up aboard the Enterprise. (R)
Experiments. Reese perfects a science experiment.