Athletics action: the decathlon javelin at 12.00 and the final of the women's long jump at 12.20. Plus the boxing light flyweight and bantamweight semi-finals and the progress of Tom Daley in the men's 10m diving preliminaries. Simulcast in HD on BBC HD press red for alternative coverage. See RT's guide on pages 40/41 The Inside Story: page
2/6. Paul Lister's plan to turn his Highland estate into a home for animals once native to Scotland takes shape as wild boar are released into a trial 500-acre enclosure. Meanwhile Isla, the lodge manager, prepares for the arrival of a stag party. Series producer Mike Birkhead ; Executive producer David Harron
First shown on BBC2 Scotland
The Cottage Garden. Rachel de Thame has some contemporary ideas for a concept that's had a troubled press in recent years as climate change threatens the survival of many of its iconic plants. Producer Rupert Miles ; Series Producer Rosemary Edwards
www.gardenersworld.com Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel BBC GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: price E3.30 Alan Titchmarsh 's tips: page 27
4/10; series two. Henry and Anne's daughter Elizabeth is baptised. The King makes plans to safeguard the succession, an act that pushes the monarch and Sir Thomas More further apart. Repeated next Wednesday on BBC1 Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel Programme guide update and photo gallery at www.radiotimes.com/the-tudors
King Henry VIII:
Sir Thomas More:
Lady Eleanor Luke:
Princess Mary Tudor:
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Britain from Above 2/3. Man-Made Britain. Monitoring crops. Shown on Sunday at 9pm on BBC1
2.35 2/3. The Land. Shown Sunday 10pm
3.05 Francesco's Mediterranean Voyage 9/12. Francesco stops off at the island of Spinalonga.
3.3510/12. The architect visits Rhodes.
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