Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Intergalactic canine adventures.
The Joker takes over Arkham Asylum. (R) (S)
Dennis enters a competition.
Followed by The Likeaballs
A double bill of episodes. Tracy gets artistic while Nathan gets in trouble.
Celebrities get involved with global conservation.
A double bill of episodes.
A mini-golf tournament is being terrorised by a clown.
Three deaf people embark on very personal challenges. With voiceover. Last in series, which returns in September.
RptdTue 12.50am on BBCISXSL)
Live coverage from Wembley
Stadium of the concert to raise awareness of environmental issues, featuring performances from Madonna, Red Hot Chili
Peppers and Duran Duran. Plus highlights from other Live Earth concerts taking place across the globe. Coverage continues on BBC1 at 5.30pm BBC1.
(HD - from 4pm)
Starting at 10am on digital satellite and cable, and at 1.30pm on Freeview. viewers can press red to see uninterrupted coverage from London plus the best acts from the other seven concerts around the world. There'll be up to four extra channels of music to choose from. You can visit www.bbc.co.uk/liveearth for updated photos and coverage from the event Andrew Duncan talks to Al Gore : page 13; Meet the performers: page 14; Spinal Tap interview: page 20
View video clips of RT's cover shoots at www.radiotimes.com/live-earth
Live coverage of the men's and ladies' doubles finals at the All England Club. American brothers Bob and Mike Bryan were victorious in their record seventh consecutive grand slam doubles final last year. Meanwhile, Zi Yan and Zheng Jie became the first Chinese pairing to reach and win the ladies' finals. Introduced by Sue Barker, with commentary from Andrew Castle, John Lloyd, Jo Durie and Michael Stich.
Digital satellite and cable viewers can view highlights, news. latest scores and results, by pressing the red button on the handset. Live action and highlights are also available at [Web Address Removed]
Wimbledon towels and Wimbledon record breakers DVD offer: page 54; Discover why we watch Wimbledon at [Web Address Removed] and watch fun tennis clips at [Web Address Removed]
Subsequent programmes may run late or change
4/8. Cardiff to St David 's. On the southern shores of Wales, Neil Oliver finds out why, 80 years ago, a Welsh beach briefly became the "fastest place on Earth", and Mark Horton explores how Swansea's monopoly of the world copper trade sped Nelson towards victory at the Battle of Trafalgar.
Shown last Sunday
No Peace for the Wicked. Fletcher's bid to find a little tranquillity seems destined to fail.
Writers Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais
In a special, hour-long edition of the award-winning political comedy, fearsome spin doctor Malcolm Tucker attempts to keep control as the Government and the Opposition both make bids for power.
(The next episode can be seen on BBC4 at 10.30pm.)
(Shown last Sunday on BBC4)
Highlights from the ladies' singles final. Plus a look ahead to tomorrow's men's singles final.
Producer Richard Carr : Exec producer Ron Chakraborty
Shocking satirical drama starring Edward Norton and Brad Pitt. Meeting by chance, soap salesman Tyler Durden and a frustrated office worker conceive the Fight Club, where men seeking release from their frustrations can beat each other up. Review paqe 51.
Director David Fincher (1999,18)
Robert Paulsen Meat:
Intern at hospital:
Tough action thriller starring Charles Bronson as melon farmer Vince Majestyk , whose brush with the Mafia puts his farm and life under threat. Review page 51. Director Richard Fleischer (1974, 18)