A seemingly perfect island.
Followed by The Owl
Shown yesterday on CBBC channel
Nine goes on a mouse hunt.
Includes The Legend of Dick & Dom, Secret Show and Pinky and Perky.
With Pixie Lott, Ciara and All American Rejects.
3/8. Daisy Lowe settles into New York life. (Revised repeat)
1.10 4/8. A trip to London Fashion Week. (Revised repeat)
How the recession has affected job seekers.
Live coverage of the women's singles final from Roland Garros. Presented by Sue Barker, with commentary from Mark Petchey and Sam Smith. The men's singles final is tomorrow at 2pm.
Press red to watch the final again after the end of play (not Freeview)
A look ahead to the biennial singing contest, which will see 25 up-and-coming opera stars compete for the coveted prize. The competition starts on Monday at 7.30pm on BBC4.
See choice, page 70
The Inside Story: page 86
1/4. The story of the game of cricket around the world begins in the land of its birth, England. Shown last Sunday
A dozen primary school children from across the country, who have all reached the final of a poetry recital competition, discover how to learn poetry by heart with expert Ed Cooke and get some verse-writing tips from Benjamin Zephaniah , before performing in front of judges and an audience of 600 in Oxford. Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
Director Antonia Bird bbc.co.uk/poetryseason
I 3/6; series two. Jungles. Tropical rainforests cover three per cent of the planet yet are home to half of the world's species. Travelling through this verdant world, cameras capture the strategies used to survive and get noticed, including the courtship rituals of birds of paradise, the flying-frog mating orgy, and the cordyceps fungi that eat their victims alive. Producer Huw Cordey ; Series producer Alastair Fothergill
Things That Go Bump in the Night. The platoon is forced to spend the night in a spooky deserted house after Jones's van breaks down.
Writers David Croft and Jimmy Perry
7/8. Gavin & Stacey's Ruth Jones hosts the satirical quiz, as captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop are joined by guest panellists including Clive Anderson. Extended repeat from yesterday on BBC1
The Poetry Season continues with this in-depth look at the life of one of the 20th century's most important literary figures. As well as uncovering the many sides of the Nobel Prize winner who was a poet. playwright, children's writer, critic and publisher, the film examines his extraordinary body of work and assesses its continuing relevance today. In a television first, his widow Valerie, with whom he spent the last years of his life, opens her personal archive, which includes the private scrapbooks and albums in which he documented their life together. Director Adam Low ; Series editor Anthony Wall
bbc.co.uk/poetryseason The BBC's Poetry Season continues with A Poet's Guide to Britain on Monday at 9pm on BBC4
The secret lives of TS Eliot: page 19
Highlights of the day's three group ties, including India's opening match of their title defence against Bangladesh. Introduced by Rishi Persad. Further action can be seen tomorrow at 11.15pm on BBC1.
Executive producer Gary Franses ; Editor Dylan Jane
Second World War drama that uses archive footage to describe the experiences of Tom, a young British soldier, from his conscription to the D-Day landings. Starring
Brian Stirner and Davyd Harries. Review page 35.
Director Stuart Cooper (1975, 15)
Horror compendium starring Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee. Five men travelling on a train are intrigued when their mysterious companion offers to reveal their futures. Review page 35.
Director Freddie Francis (1964, PG)
Magazine show going behind the scenes of the Formula One teams.