The pals look at homes.
Followed by Tweenies Songtime
Tracy meets Ben's relatives.
Kevin and Andrea develop superpowers like Krypto.
The Tombliboos drink pinky ponk juice.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Learning about the weather.
It's ladies' quarter-finals day at the All England Club where reigning champion Amelie Mauresmo will hope to be in the frame to secure her fourth consecutive Wimbledon semi-final. On the last two occasions her progress at this stage has been at the expense of former French Open winner
Anastasia Myskina. (HD - live Centre court and Number One Court only) - Digital satellite and cable viewers can choose from coverage of up to five live matches, plus highlights, plus extra features. via the red button. Freeview viewers can watch action from two additional courts. Also available at www.bbc.cauk/wimbledon
Paul and Barry judge a music festival.
George invents his own language.
Followed by Diddy Dick & Dom
Goober discovers Stupid is actually half-human.
Flavia discovers children are being abducted.
Two children from London travel to Borneo.
Coverage from day eight at Wimbledon continues with the women's quarter-finals and action from the men's, women's and mixed doubles tournaments. Including a round-up of the day's stories. (HD - live Centre Court and Number One court coverage only)
Digital satellite and cable viewers can choose from coverage of up to five live matches, plus highlights, news, latest scores and results, by pressing the red button on the handset. Freeview viewers can watch action from two additional courts. Live action and highlights are also available at www.bbc.co.uk/wimbledon
John Inverdale introduces highlights of today's quarter-finals in the women's singles, with reaction from the players and expert analysis from nine-time champion Martina Navratilova. The top four seeds all progressed to the ladies' semi-finals in 2006, and Justine Henin , Maria Sharapova ,
Jelena Jankovic and Amelie Mauresmo will be hoping to repeat that achievement this year.
Repeated tomorrow at 10.30am
2/3. Blood and Chocolate. Art historian Sandrine Voillet continues her profile of the French capital, telling the story of its origins on an island in the Seine to its emergence, following the French
Revolution, as the world's first truly modern city. Voillet also reveals the trends and tensions that characterise contemporary Paris, as she meets fashion designer Christian Lacroix , porn star Ovidie, and rebel rap band Sniper.
Director Tim Dunn ; Executive producer Kim Thomas The film The Lady & the Duke, set at the height of the French Revolution, follows on BBC4 at 10pm
An identical version of the programme, broadcast in French, can be accessed via the red button
2/6; series two. Three Lost Loves. Davina's quest for self-realisation brings her under the influence of Sue
- Shortstop (Maureen Lipman ), an ardent feminist and scourge of male panellists on discussion shows. As Davina gets in touch with her inner goddess, Shortstop's husband appears intent on establishing a more tactile connection with one of his attractive students.
Writer/Producer/Director Hugo Blick
Marina Morgan, Keety Dellar and:
Gavin Esler presents a comprehensive round-up of the day's events.
Engaging drama-documentary about the 18th-century writer (played by Roger Ashton-Griffiths), following his creation of the first English dictionary, a project that took all of nine years to complete. The programme also examines his personal life, revealing how the obsessive-compulsive academic worked in a household comprising an opium-addicted wife, six copyists, a drunken doctor, a blind poetess, a servant and a cat. Writer/Director Richard Alwyn ;
Producer Paul Kerr
Schools Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Geography World 2000. An in-depth examination of global relationships and change.