Mr Tumble wakes the baby.
Dr lain Stewart delves into the world's oceans.
Including coverage of Prime Minister's Questions.
Paul is caught selling alcohol to his schoolmates.
1.25 Coast Kayaking up Scotland's west coast. (Revised rpt)
Presented by Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.
Two unkempt acres in Devon and a walled Brighton garden.
Floors Castle near Kelso.
Death Takes a Dive. Harry McGraw is accused of murdering a boxing manager.
James Lewis and Adam Partridge are in Windermere.
With Radio 1 DJs Scott Mills and Mark Chapman. BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: August issue out now, price E
Actress Nanette Newman and her husband Bryan Forbes raise money at auction.
8/10. A couple of rhinos with a combined weight of three tons go on a date, Kate Humble helps some pancake tortoises feel more at home and Ben Fogle checks on the progress of the Meerkat Mountain babies.
A spectacular stone barrier 74-miles long and up to 15ft high and 10ft thick, Hadrian's Wall stood as the Roman Empire's most imposing frontier for
300 years. Almost 2,000 years after it was built, the wall is providing a window into the human past. Archaeologists have properly excavated less than one per cent of it, but they have unearthed extraordinary findings. Julian Richards journeys back through time to unlock its secrets.
The British Museum's Hadrian: Empire and Conflict exhibition is scheduled to start 24 July.
Director/Producer James Hayes
Visiting Anglesey in search of the longest living creature on Earth, the arctic clam.
Exective producer Gill Tierney (Revised repeat)
4/10. Des Lynam presents a spin-off of the classic quiz, featuring four contenders answering questions on a specialist sports subject and general sporting knowledge.
Repeated at 12 midnight
4/12. Montenegro and Albania. On the next phase of his journey from Venice to Istanbul, presenter Francesco da Mosto sails into the Bay of Kotor, where he and the crew stop off at the church of Santuario della Madonna dello
Scarpello, perched on a few rocks in the open sea. Here, Venetian sailors prayed for a safe voyage or, if they were lucky, offered thanks to
God for a safe return.
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
5/6. Maasai/Tanzania. Teacher and life coach Dionne Braham spends a month with the Maasai of Tanzania. The tribe is polygamous: men can have up to ten wives and women are expected to marry and bear children from the age of 14. Dionne, who is single and feels she will never find Mr Right, hopes that immersing herself in a community that practises female circumcision and deems facial scars a sign of beauty will open her up to new experiences and give her a new take on her own life. And while living with them she comes to a radical decision.
Director/Producer Cassie Farrell Rptd next Monday
Series ten. Actress Sheila Hancock's pet hates include herself and men like David Beckham.
Producer Victoria Payne
Presented by Kirsty Wark.
Followed by Weather
A look ahead to the Open at Royal Birkdale, which gets under way tomorrow at 9am.