Presented by Dermot Murnaghan and Mishal Husain.
A couple from Cambridgeshire are looking for a house with a garden big enough for a donkey.
Visits to a former hairdressing salon for sale in Devon, an old mini-mart in Derbyshire with bags of space and a plot of land with planning permission in Scotland. followed by News; Weather
Broadening their horizons, winners of the National Teaching Awards go head to head in today's antique challenge which comes from
Diss in Norfolk. Tim Wonnacott hosts, while experts
Pippa Deeley and Adam Partridge are also on hand. Viewers can enter the competition by calling [number removed](cost 25p per call) or by visiting www.bbc.co.uk/lifestyle. Director David Weir ; Series producer
Linda Cleeve Followed by News; Weather
Coverage of day three gets under way from the famous grass courts of the All England Club. The competitors are already lining up for the second round, where the home crowd will once again be hoping to cheer on Britain's top singles players, including Tim Henman and Greg Rusedski. (5)
Regional News; Weather (9
Continued live coverage from the All England Club.
It's the second round of the year's third Grand Slam event, with defending singles champions Roger Federer and Maria Sharapova hoping to avoid an early upset - as well as the rain which wiped out the third day's play last year. On that occasion Slovakia's Daniela Hantuchova - who faced an early exit at this stage in 2003 - became the first player through to the third round of the singles in the only match played. Hosted by Sue Barker. (5) BBCi: digital viewers press the red handset button to view other courts/ information www.bbc.co.uk/wimbledon The great summer of sport: page 25 Why we love ... referee Alan Mills : p71 Get set for tennis offers: page
With George Alagiah and Sian Williams.
Followed by Weather with Isobel Lang.
African Penguin - Cool Bird in a Hot Spot. Penguins from African breeding islands try to establish a new colony in Cape Town. Narrated by David Attenborough. Producer Cluny South; Series editor Sara Ford
2/6. Cocoa, Slaves and Goo. The campaigner's colourful journey across Africa takes in Ghana and Benin, where he visits an old British slave fort, a cocoa plantation and the Vatican City of voodoo, Ouidah.
Continues next Monday. See Monday's choice. <s) African School continues tomorrow at 8.30pm on BBC4
4/10. Never Seek to Tell. Will Dr Logan, who's hiding a lad gone AWOL from the army, fall for Deborah, or her sexy sister Nancy? Phyllis starts up a local organ.
Writer Nick Warburton ; Producer Chris Griffin ; Director Dermot Boyd www.bbc.co.uk/drama/bornandbred
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Followed by Weather with Alex Deakin.
Lotto, Lotto Extra and Thunderball draws.
New series 1/3. What made bestselling children's author Roald Dahl such a great, original storyteller? Alan Yentob 's intimate profile reveals how his oeuvre - which typically blends the grotesque with the comic - was borne of a life scarred by a series of tragedies. Director John Bridcut ; Series producer Janet Lee Remembering Roald: page 45
Followed by National Lottery Update
New series 1/3. A spooky tale from Stephen King , starring Timothy Daly , Colm Feore and Debrah Farentino. As a small island is hit by its worst ever storm, a stranger appears and mysterious deaths occur.
First shown on BBC3
Followed by Weatherview
Journey of Life 5/5. Steve Leonard examines the development of the human being.
2.10 Around the World in 80 Treasures 5/10.
Dan Cruickshank visits India and Sri Lanka.
3.10 Junior Mastermind 2/5. Dolphins, the Beatles,
Beatrix Potter and Alexander Graham Bell.
Steve Leonard asks how we came to be what we are by following in our ancestors' footsteps from chimp-like apes to modern humans.