How to deal with tigers. (Revised rpt)
Everybody tries to catch a ride on the Ninky Nonk.
African elephants trained to track down poachers,
Presented by Anita Anand and Andrew Neil.
Featuring an interview with author Julia Donaldson. With voiceover.
With Declan Curry.
Western with Randolph Scott. A Texan adventurer's friendship with a Mexican leads to confrontation with the corrupt family that rules a town. Review page 42. Director Budd Boetticher (1958, U)
Further live coverage of day two of the festival, featuring the 3.45 Prince of Wales's
Stakes, the 4.20 Royal Hunt Cup and the 4.55 Queen Mary Stakes. Clare Balding hosts, with commentary by Jim McGrath and analysis from Ian Bartlett and Kevin Darley. Listen to the man: page 30
Searching for properties in Somerset. (Revised rpt)
Experts Philip Serrell and Mark Stacey are in Norwich to value antiques belonging to members of the public. Paul Martin, meanwhile, finds out about the work of the Redwings Horse Sanctuary.
Director Emma Fitzmaurice ; Series producer Peter Smith
Held every year since 1769, the Royal Academy's Summer Exhibition is the biggest open-submission art exhibition in the world, showcasing the work of established artists alongside that of complete unknowns, In this special edition of The Culture
Show, Andrew Graham-Dixon, Lauren Laverne and Mark Kermode explore the event's enduring appeal while tracking the efforts of four unknown artists to get their works into this year's final show.
Director/Producer Linda Sands Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel The Pre-Raphaelites: Victorian Revolutionaries follows on BBC4
In the second of three specials, the presenter offers tips on the best locations around the UK to enjoy wildlife watching on holiday, from seaside trips and camping activities to spending time in the garden. On his travels he provides tips about how to get the best out of a break on a modest budget. Springwatch Home Movies with Gordon Buchanan is tomorrow at 8pm.
Producer Holly Spearing bbc.co.uk/springwatch
For some people in Britain, the decisions taken by the National institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (Nice) can make the difference between life and death. Nice's job is to weigh the benefits of a drug against its cost before recommending whether it should be made available on the NHS. Here, Adam Wishart follows its deliberations in the case of a US drug used in the treatment of cancer sufferers.
Director Adam Wishart ; Exec producer Julian Mercer Moment of the Week: p5; The Inside Story: p88
Actor James Nesbitt, Joe Goddard from Hot Chip, The IT Crowd's Chris O'Dowd and singer Lightspeed Champion join team captains Bill Bailey and Phill Jupitus for the music quiz hosted by Simon Amstell. Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer Stu Mather
With Gavin Esler.
Followed by Weather
Archive films discovered in a store room at the Youth Hostelling Association's headquarters in Derbyshire provide a charming insight into the evolution of a movement that began in Germany in 1909 and whose principal aim - to encourage young people to enjoy the countryside - endures to this day. First shown on BBC4
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4.00 Class Clips: Social Care Clips supporting the diploma in Society, Health and Development.
5.00 Class Clips: Child Development Supporting the Society, Health and Development diploma (ages 14-19).