At the pool.
A dead relative causes trouble at a wedding.
Guest Reggie Yates creates some Pop Art, and there are the usual games, as well as cartoon fun with Arthur, Dennis the Menace, Mona the Vampire and UBOS.
Hosted by Barney Harwood, Kirsten O'Brien and Rochelle Wiseman.
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Patrick Moore talks to the world's leading comet experts about the fallout from NASA's impactor probe, Deep Impact, to the comet 9P/Tempel-1. Chris Lintott reports from the Palomar Observatory. Show more
Designer Joe Swift is in Acton, west London, as he transforms more urban spaces.
For cast see page 41
With Steve Rider and Hazel Irvine.
1.00 Rugby Union Reviewing the British & Irish Lions tour of New Zealand, which ended yesterday.
1.05 Rowing Coverage from
Lucerne in Switzerland of the third and final World Cup regatta of the year, where the new-look men's four will be the main focus of British attention in a programme boasting 14 Olympic boat classes.
1.40 Golf The final round of the Scottish Open in Loch Lomond, a chance for the world's top golfers to fine tune their games ahead of Thursday's British Open (previewed Wednesday 6pm). (5) VIDEO Plus+ code for 1.40-4.45pm
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4 45 Athletics It's judgement day for Britain's athletes as they strive to secure places in the World championship team. The men's 200m final promises to be a highlight in Manchester as Olympic sprint-relay champions Marlon Devonish and Darren Campbell are set to face Christian Malcolm and Chris Lambert. Presentation (athletics) Martin Webster ; (golf) Paul Davies. Barbara Slater Compact sports radio: page 10
The offbeat American sitcom starring Frankie Muniz embarks on its fifth season.
The whole family come along for the ride when Reese and Dewey's pet rabbit is entered in a competition in Las Vegas.
7.35 Watching the Baby
Hal and the boys offer to give Lois a break from taking care of baby Jamie.
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7/11. Which is faster - man or machine? The team aim to find out. TVR's Sagaris takes to the track, the Ford Transit van celebrates a landmark birthday and there's a look at Bentley's impressive four-door saloon, the Flying Spur. Justin Hawkins of the Darkness is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car. With Jeremy Clarkson , Richard Hammond and James May. Series producer Gary Broadhurst ; Executive producer Andy Wilman Repeated on Tuesday at 7pm www.bbc.co.uk/topgear TOP GEAR MAGAZINE: C3.85, monthly
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Continuing the strand exploring our motoring psyche. 2/3. Of Course You Can Have 5 Cars. What does the future hold for our four-wheeled friends? As environmental issues become increasingly relevant to our driving behaviour, car lovers and car haters put forward their passionately held views. Narrated by John Hannah. Contains strong language.
Director Kevin Jarvis ; Series producer Andrea Dixon
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Dara O'Briain presents a compilation of the best bits of the first series and some exclusive clips.
Was teenage sailor Simon Parkes the victim of a serial killer operating in the ranks of the Royal Navy? Parkes went on shore in Gibraltar on 12 December 1986 and vanished without a trace. Thirteen years later, the bodies of two young men were found in the Hampshire countryside. One of them was a young sailor and both went missing on 12 December. This documentary investigates if there is a link between the cases.
Director Karen Wightman ; Series producer Duncan Staff
Round-eight action from California's Laguna Seca circuit. With under half the season gone, Valentino Rossi has already built a seemingly unassailable lead in pursuit of a fifth successive title. But Texan
Colin Edwards will be out to make a big impression in front of his fellow countrymen. Introduced by Suzi Perry.
Director Richard Carr ; Producer Belinda Rogerson
Atmospheric horror starring
Boris Karloff. When the actress friend of a prominent politician threatens to expose the appalling conditions at the notorious 18th-century asylum of St Mary's of Bethlehem - better known as "Bedlam" - the institution's sinister supervisor goes to extreme measures to maintain his control. Review page 50. Director Mark Robson (1946. PG) (BW)
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