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06:15
Animal Park Summer
Kate Humble meets Longleat's newest female red panda
Last year, the park joined in a red squirrel breeding programme and they've already had babies. However, those babies are already nearly adults, they're squabbling and they can't live together. Keepers try to separate the animals without causing them undue serious stress. Kate Humble meets Longleat's newest female red panda, who has been paired to breed with a male. She sees some exciting signs that the animal could indeed be pregnant
07:00
Homes Under the Hammer
Properties in Birmingham, Norfolk and Nottinghamshire
Martin Roberts, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell explore three properties, all sold at online auctions to developers who have plans to make money on their investments. They comprise a terrace house in Aston in Birmingham, a charming cottage in Hilgay in Norfolk and a modern town house in Sutton in Ashfield, Nottinghamshire
08:00
A Countryside Summer
John Craven highlights some top spots for birdwatching in the UK
John Craven highlights some top spots for birdwatching in the UK, Sean Fletcher finds nature in the most unlikely of places when he visits a nature trail at Manchester airport and James Martin cooks up a tasty rustic recipe on the barbecue when he makes veal escalopes with salsa verde
08:30
Expert Witness
Pollen and bone experts help identify the remains of a murder victim
Pollen and bone experts help identify the remains of a murder victim found in a sports bag. Plus, advances in DNA help find the killer of a Bradford pensioner after 22 years. Presented by Ashley John-Baptiste
09:00
European Championships 2022
Day two of the multi-sport championships
Jeanette Kwakye introduces live coverage from day two of the multi-sport championships, with today's action in Munich, including the second day of rowing competition. Great Britain's rowers won only two Olympic medals at the 2020 Games, and will be determined to better that tally in Germany. There is also track cycling, with the British men and women hoping to advance from the first round of the team sprint and team pursuit
13:45
Impossible
Quiz, hosted by Rick Edwards
14:30
Eggheads
Quiz show, hosted by Jeremy Vine
15:00
This Beautiful Fantastic
Drama, starring Jessica Brown Findlay
2016
A young woman who dreams of being a children's author forges an unlikely friendship with a cantankerous, rich old widower, as well as his housekeeper and an inventor who frequents the library where she works. Drama, starring Jessica Brown Findlay, Tom Wilkinson, Andrew Scott and Jeremy Irvine
16:30
Flog It!
From Culzean Castle, Ayrshire
At Culzean Castle on the west coast of Scotland in Ayrshire, experts Anita Manning and Natasha Raskin Sharp are on hand to find a selection of objects to take to auction. A watercolour with a local connection catches Anita's eye, while Natasha is drawn to a gorgeous handwoven blanket. Paul Martin explores a hidden part of Culzean's history, uncovering the tales of smugglers working the coastline in the caves beneath the castle walls
17:15
Pointless
Quiz, hosted by Alexander Armstrong
18:00
European Championships 2022
Day two of the multi-sport championships
Clare Balding presents live coverage from Munich, with the second evening of action including the conclusion to the women's triathlon from the Olympiapark Triathlon Course. Switzerland's Nicola Spirig won the inaugural title in Glasgow four years ago, beating Great Britain's Jess Learmonth by just a third of a second
20:00
Beechgrove
Diana Yates reveals the technique of braiding garlic
Carole Baxter is joined by Diana Yates, who reveals the age-old technique of braiding garlic. Kirsty Wilson helps volunteers revamp the garden of a dog re-homing centre in West Calder. Cameras also visit the garden of Kimberly Light in Wishaw, which is full of plants that she has grown from seed. They are to be used for cut flowers, which Kimberley then turns into creative arrangements for friends and family
20:30
Gardeners' World
Arit Anderson meets a garden designer in Somerset
Monty Don undertakes more seasonal jobs at Longmeadow. Arit Anderson meets a garden designer in Somerset who has worked in harmony with nature to create a garden on a former brownfield site. Rachel de Thame explores the London garden of hairstylist to the stars, and Sam McKnight and a grower from Suffolk shares her obsession with tomatoes
21:30
Wild Way of the Vikings
The wildlife of the North Atlantic from the point of view of Vikings
Ewan McGregor narrates a nature special looking at the wildlife of the North Atlantic through the eyes of the Vikings. Combining historical re-enactment with natural history sequences, the documentary features vast herds of reindeer, huge gannet colonies, cute Artic foxes, seal-hunting orca, mystical ravens and giant walruses
22:30
Newsnight
Headline analysis with Mark Urban
23:00
Weather

23:05
The Fringe, Fame and Me
The history of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe
The history of the Edinburgh Fringe, revealing how a small arts festival that began 75 years ago this year became a national institution. Told by the stars who first found fame there, this is the inside story of what it takes to make a name here, from those who enjoyed overnight success to those who slogged for years to make it. With contributions by Eddie Izzard, Bill Bailey, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Michael Palin, Frankie Boyle, Stephen K Amos and Miriam Margoyles
00:35
Dirty Rotten Scammers
Cameras follow police as they install blocking technology in a victim's home
01:20
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