Shown yesterday on CBBC channel
Lottie visits the old windmill.
Children's fun with the duo.
Includes episodes of The Legend of Dick & Dom and Pinky and Perky.
Kyle XY JO/TO. A couple claim to be Kyle's real parents.
2/8. The friends settle into their new lives. (Revised rpt)
With You Me at Six, Lily Allen and Chipmunk.
The wolves try their paws at fishing. (Revised rpt)
**** Crime mystery based on on the Agatha Christie novel, starring Barry Fitzgerald. Ten strangers gather at a remote hotel. Review page 39. Director Rene Clair (1945, U)
Hull Kingston Rovers v Warrington Wolves
Live coverage from New Craven Park as the Super League rivals vie for a place in the Challenge Cup semi-finals (kick-off 5.30). Introduced by Clare Balding. The quarter-final between Huddersfield Giants and Castleford Tigers can be seen tomorrow at 3.15pm.
4/4. Felix Mendelssohn: the Prophet. Charles Hazlewood completes his series of portraits of composers who had a profound effect on British music with a look at the life of German-born Felix Mendelssohn, whose works provided the soundtrack to the Victorian era. A friend of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, he became widely popular for compositions such as "A Midsummer Night's Dream", "O for the Wings of a Dove" and "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing". Seeking out what inspired the composer, Hazlewood visits Fingal's Cave on the Hebridean island of Staffa, as well as a chocolate factory.
Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel on Monday at 8pm
Mendelssohn in Britain, in which Charles Hazlewood introduces three great performances from the BBC Proms, is on Friday at 8pm on BBC4
BBC MUSIC MAGAZINE: the July issue is available 11 June, price Â£1.50
The Honourable Man. Captain Mainwaring is less than pleased when the death of a relative means that Sergeant Wilson inherits a title.
Writers David Croft and Jimmy Perry
Richard Hammond tells the true story of the D-Day landings at Omaha beach, Normandy, in June 1944. Widely regarded as a great success, the operation actually claimed the lives of 4,000 Allied soldiers - twice the total history books suggest. The presenter reveals how a small group of men, ending up in the wrong place at the right time, helped turn tragedy into victory. D-Day to Berlin starts on Monday at 11.20pm. Producer James Hayes ; Editor John Farren
6/8. Guest host David Mitchell asks the questions as he and panellists including comedian Andrew Maxwell join Paul Merton and Ian Hislop for another round of the satirical current affairs quiz show.
Extended repeat from yesterday on BBC1
Clive Anderson takes a cheeky look back over 50 years of news presenting in which styles may have changed, but bloopers remain funny. He also recalls the long line of newsreaders who have followed Angela Rippon from the news desk to the dance floor. Director/Producer Angus Mclntyre
As new poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy settles in, Ian Hislop explores the history of the role, which has no official job description and a small salary that is traditionally supplemented by 650 bottles of sherry. Director/Producers Sally Benton and Clare Lewis
First shown on BBC4 bbc.co.uk/poetryseason More from the Poetry Season on Monday from 8.30pm on BBC4
Poignant drama set in Dublin in the 1960s, starring Albert Finney. An Oscar Wilde-obsessed bus conductor finds the star for his amateur production of Salome among his passengers. Review page 39.
Director Suri Krishnamma (1994, 15)
Thriller with James Mason. While her husband is away an business, Lucia Harper becomes drawn into a tangled web of deceit and blackmail. Review p39. Director Max Opuls (1949, 12) (BW)