Jackson has an invisible pet.
Followed by Tweenies Songtime
Makka Pakka plays the trumpet.
Children face unique challenges.
Digital satellite and cable viewers can press red to see short films on children doing something different
The gang investigate a haunted concert hall.
Why albatross are dying in New Zealand (R) (S)
Corneil gets tickets to the opera.
Herman strikes up a friendship with a boy, but the youngster's family are convinced it is in his imagination. (BW)
A hypothesis that in 200 million years' time the Earth will be one great ocean surrounding a massive continent.
TC and the gang are mistaken for a destitute family.
In the last of the current run, three experts answers viewers' financial questions. Presented by Adam Shaw and Paddy O'Connell. The series returns in early September. Editor Tracey Hobbs CONTACT: email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.bbc.co.uk/workinglunch
The historic Old Course at St
Andrews in Scotland continues to play host to the Women's
British Open. it's day two of the the fourth and last major on the Ladies'Tour this year. A year ago America's Juli Inkster led after shooting a six under par first round. Former champion Karen Stupples was in the chasing pack after eagling the 16th to reach three under par. Bump and run: page 28
Some of the world's greatest athletes spring into action at Crystal Palace for the annual London Super Grand Prix. Olympic 400m champion Jeremy Wariner and fellow American Xavier Carter take on the best of British, including Craig Pickering , Marlon Devonish and Tim Benjamin. Yelena Isinbayeva returns to the venue where she made history in 2005 as the first female pole vaulter to clear five metres. Commonwealth and European Indoor triple jump champion Phillips Idowu heads the home contingent in the field events. Introduced by Sue Barker , with commentary from Steve Cram , Paul Dickenson , Jonathan Edwards , Brendan Foster , Stuart Storey and Colin Jackson
Exec producer Martin Webster ; Editor Michael Cole
CNew series 1/3. Showing as part of the India and Pakistan 07 season, this is the extraordinary story of the great river and its impact on the Indian subcontinent Daughter of the Mountains. A journey to the source of the Ganges in the Himalayas unearths deep gorges, lush forests and flower-filled valleys, and brings encounters with wildlife, from elusive snow leopards and black bears, to bone-crunching vultures and the monkeys that may lie behind the legend of the yeti. Plus a look at the journeys made by Hindu pilgrims to worship at the four sacred sources of the river and to take part in the spectacular fire festivals at Haridwar. Series producer Ian Gray
Jonathan Scott explores 60 years of wildlife filming in India.
Director Khalid Khan
New series 1/4; series three. It's Just Everything
The wacky world of computers heralds the start of a new list of grumbles from among others Ann Widdecombe, Eve Pollard, Fiona Phillips, Germaine Greer, Indira Joshi, Janet Street-Porter, Jenny Eclair, Linda Robson, Sheila Ferguson and Sheila Hancock. Director/Producer Claire Storey Lambert
Kirsty Wark analyses the day's events.
Martha Kearney presents a round-table discussion of the week's cultural highlights.
Series producer Tanya Hudson j Download a video podcast of the best of the week's interviews, reports and discussions, at www.bbc.co.uk/newsnight
Followed by Weather
4/12. Dara O'Briain presents as Jo Caulfield and Adam Hills join regular panellists Frankie Boyle , Hugh Dennis , Russell Howard and Andy Parsons.
Shown yesterday at 9pm
3/3. Keep on Movin'. Why
British soul was in a state of flux during the 1980s, until artists started to look to sounds from the past, and how reggae helped UK hip-hop gain its identity. Director/Producer Jeremy Marre First shown on BBC4
5/8. My Boyfriend. Sharon develops a rash, thanks to her new boyfriend.
1.35 6/8. Another Announcement. Brett refuses to attend Kim's birthing classes.
The Lights of Zetar
The Enterprise encounters a strange energy field.
2.45 Requiem for Methuselah
A plague sweeps through the Enterprise.