Gary Lineker introduces live coverage of the first meeting between two of England's group rivals, Algeria and Slovenia. Show more
Sue Barker presents live coverage of the 2010 final from Queen's Club as the pre-Wimbledon tournament reaches its climax. Show more
Series following historian Francesco da Mosto as he crosses the Mediterranean Sea in a 19th-century clipper. In episode one, Francesco prepares for the journey. Show more
Lord Sugar continues his search for his first-ever Junior Apprentice. The teams head to Holland, where they must choose products they think they can introduce to the UK market. Show more
Retracing the steps of travel writer HV Morton, whose books about Scotland celebrate the country's writers and history but leave out key details. Show more
Gardening magazine. Toby Buckland is removing wall-flowers and digging up spent tulips. Plus Alys Fowler is busy in the cutting garden, while Carol Klein is at Glebe Cottage. Show more
Adam Henson and Ellie Harrison are in the picturesque Vale of Evesham, for the asparagus harvest. Ellie gets close to some of nature's newest arrivals at a wildlife rescue centre. Show more
Fiona Bruce and the team visit Burghley House near Stamford in Lincolnshire.
To mark the 70th anniversary of the Dunkirk evacuation, Dan Snow tells the story of the 'little ships' which made the perilous cross-channel voyage, as 50 of them return to France. Show more
Colin Murray presents the best of the action from the day's opening Group D encounters between Germany and Australia, and Serbia and Ghana. Plus Algeria v Slovenia in Group C. Show more
Ben Fogle investigates noma, a sickness which eats away the faces of Africa's poorest children. He travels to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, where sufferers receive life-renewing surgery. Show more
School-based drama. Kim struggles to keep her emotions in check when Finn and Amy ruin a school trip, and the day gets worse when Chris's new girlfriend turns up unexpectedly.
Jay-Z performs his version of Empire State of Mind on Later with Jools Holland.
Kings of Leon perform their smash, Use Somebody on Later..... with Jools Holland.
Coverage of the Group D clash in Durban as three-time World Cup winners Germany take on Australia.
Simon is plagued by school bullies and decides to leave home to be with The Beautiful People. But as usual, nothing goes according to plan. Show more