Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Double bill of episodes.
Celebrity visitor challenge.
With actor Paul Kasey.
Shown yesterday on BBC1
Double bill of episodes.
Jake Humphrey presents sports reports.
A look at the high rate of teenage pregnancy in the UK. With voiceover and in-vision subtitles.
The horticultural explorer visits north-west Scotland.
Two wallabies are left orphaned
Series editor Chris Powell
Sweeping Second World War action drama starring
John Wayne and Kirk Douglas as two US Navy officers whose fortunes fluctuate after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Review page 53. Director Otto Preminger (1965, PG)
Live semi-final coverage from the grass courts of Queen's Club. Presented by Sue Barker , with John Lloyd , Andrew Castle and David Mercer. The final is tomorrow at 2pm.
Paul Martin visits Blackpool, where he brightens up proceedings with a tour of the famous illuminations. (Revised rpt)
The best moments from this morning's ceremony, as the Coldstream Guards trooped their Colour as part of the Queen's birthday celebrations.
7/8. Lou Reed talks to Lauren Laverne about his upcoming tour performing his seminal album from 1973, Berlin. Andrew Graham-Dixon investigates the world art market amid the glamour and gondolas of the 52nd Venice Biennale, a city rich in artistic and cultural history.
Series producer Graham Mitchell ; Executive producer Edward
Morgan Repeated at 12.40am
2/8. Bournemouth to Plymouth. Journeying along the coast from Bournemouth to Plymouth, Neil Oliver finds out about the building of Britain's most famous lighthouse on the perilous
Eddystone rocks. Meanwhile, Alice Roberts investigates the secret formula for the perfect sandcastle and Dick Strawbridge joins an American serviceman on his emotional return to the beach where he was left for dead during the Second World War's secret, and disastrous, Operation Tiger.
Shown last Sunday
5/7. We Are the Champions: Stadium Rock. In the early 70s some artists realised that size did matter. The power and volume of Led Zeppelin and the showmanship of Queen's Freddie Mercury were both perfectly designed for playing to audiences of thousands, and it was only when they moved rock from the clubs and festivals into stadiums that their music came into its own. Later, in 1985, Live Aid provided the ultimate stadium experience, proving that rock music was now a global phenomenon. One of that concert's biggest groups was U2 who went on to completely redefine the rock show with their multimedia extravaganza Zoo TV, which took stadium rock as far as it could go.
Director Sebastian Barfield ; Series producer William Naylor
Repeated tomorrow at 11pm on BBC1 Genesis: Invisible Touch - Live at Wembley Stadium: BBC410.55pm
The documentary maker feeds his fascination with bizarre characters at the vast Hilton hotel in one of America's most outlandish cities - Las Vegas.
Here, Louis explores Vegas's famous casino culture, meeting various high rollers and less lucky gamblers, including a glamorous septuagenarian who fritters away over$1,000 a day on slot machines.
Series producer Stuart Cabb ; Executive producer Nick Mirsky
Satirical black comedy, based on the controversial bestseller by Bret Easton Ellis , starring Christian Bale. 1980s America: corporate executive Patrick Bateman is wealthy, handsome and narcissistic. However, he also likes to kill ... Review page 53.
Director Mary Harron (2000,18)
Meandering jrama co-written by and starring Bob Dylan , alongside Jeff Bridges and Penelope Cruz. Review page 53.
Director Larry Charles (2003,12)