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With Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky in the studio and, from 8.30, Craig Doyle reporting from Wimbledon.
(Timetable on Monday)

Contributors

Presenter:
Dermot Murnaghan
Presenter:
Natasha Kaplinsky
Reporter:
Craig Doyle

Sue Barker introduces live grass-court action as the second round of the All England championships gets underway.

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BBCi: digital viewers press the red handset button to view other courts/information

Contributors

Presenter:
Sue Barker

Continued coverage from London SW19. Britain experienced mixed fortunes at this stage last year. Greg Rusedski progressed comfortably to the third round with a four-set victory against Hyung-Taik Lee of Korea. But with all Britain's ladies, bar Elena Baltacha , falling at the first hurdle in the singles, hopes were riding on the doubles. Unfortunately for both
Anna Hawkins and Jane O'Donoghue , and Anne Keothavong and Rachel Viollet , the second round was the last a British ladies' pair would see of the competition. Advantage - ladies: p24: Smashing offers: p26; Homework helper p38

Contributors

Unknown:
Greg Rusedski
Unknown:
Hyung-Taik Lee
Unknown:
Elena Baltacha
Unknown:
Anna Hawkins
Unknown:
Jane O'Donoghue
Unknown:
Anne Keothavong
Unknown:
Rachel Viollet

With many species of wolf close to extinction, scientists are hoping to release captive animals back into the wild. Can the application of DNA testing help re-instil their complex survival instincts? David Attenborough investigates.
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BBC Wildlife Magazine subscription offer: page 45

Contributors

Presenter:
David Attenborough
Producer:
Holly Spearing
Editor:
Sara Ford

In the first of a four-part series Katie Knapman and Gareth Jones travel to Glasgow to join thousands of children at the interactive science event, where they learn how to re-create movie special effects, build rockets and why people yawn. Series producer Kate Beetham ; Executive producer Camilla Lews

Contributors

Unknown:
Katie Knapman
Unknown:
Gareth Jones
Producer:
Kate Beetham
Producer:
Camilla Lews

Tommy Walsh introduces a selection of gardening horror stories - liberally sprinkled with archive comedy clips - including Charlie Dimmock's mishap on a ride-on mower and Bob Flowerdew's disturbing strimmer incident.

Contributors

Presenter:
Tommy Walsh
Director:
Helga Berry
Series Producer:
Kerry Richardson

On Saturday Prince William turned 21. How can the king-in-waiting avoid the mistakes of many young princes of the past who lived scandalous lives devoted to excess? Mixing history and biography, the conclusion to this two-part programme explores a model for a 21st-century prince.
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Contributors

Producer:
David Hutt
Producer:
Michael Poole

The Hip-Hop Generation. More than just a musical genre, hip-hop has become a global youth culture. But why does the voice of young black America resonate equally with British teenagers from city high-rises and suburban semis? Alan Yentob embarks on a journey of discovery, encountering both young UK rappers and big US stars. Strong language. Director/Producer Mike Connolly Manu Chao Live , filmed at last year's Giastonbury Festival, follows on BBC4

Contributors

Unknown:
Alan Yentob
Producer:
Mike Connolly
Producer:
Manu Chao Live

Crime comedy set in 1930s New York, starring Eddie Murphy and Richard Pryor.

Successful Harlem nightclub owner Sugar Ray and his adopted son, Quick, take on big-time gangster Bugsy Calhoune.
Widescreen. Review page 58.
(1989, 18)
Film Trivia: page 65

Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Director:
Eddie Murphy
[Actor]:
Eddie Murphy
[Actor]:
Richard Pryor

Programmes with sign language. Ends 4.40.

Panorama
(Shown on Sunday at 10.15pm)

2.00 Changing Rooms
Transforming a dining room and a bachelor pad in Camberwell, south London.

2.30 Rogue Traders
Dodgy bathroom "experts".

3.00 Bailiffs
A man who owes over £1,000 for motoring offences.

3.30 Wildlife on One
David Attenborough investigates flying lizards. With enhanced commentary.
(Shown last Wednesday)

4.00 Tabloid Tales
Anthea Turner's fall from grace.

Contributors

Narrator (Wildlife on One):
David Attenborough

BBC One London

About BBC One

BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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