13:45 - 18:00
Day Two. Sue Barker introduces the latest coverage on day two at the All England Club as the third Grand Slam event of the year continues on the grass courts. With matches in the bottom half of the men s draw taking place today there is every chance of seeing Roger Federer begin his quest for an incredible eighth Wimbledon title having narrowly missed out last year in defeat to Novak Djokovic in the final. Despite being classed as a veteran of the tour these days Federer is still among the favourites and should be relatively fresh given his exit in the quarter-finals of the French Open at the hands of compatriot Stan Wawrinka. The Swiss 33-year-old also began his campaign last year on day two and breezed past Paolo Lorenzi for the loss of just five games with further victories over the likes of Tommy Robredo Milos Raonic and Wawrinka taking him into yet another Grand Slam tournament final. The crowd on Court One were also treated to their first glimpse of Canada s Eugenie Bouchard who would belie her lowly seeding to go all the way to the final and Ana Ivanovic who defeated the experienced Francesca Schiavone in straight sets. Coverage continues on BBC2.
18:30 - 19:00
BBC London News
19:00 - 19:30
The One Show
Another mix of nationwide reports and live studio-based chat hosted by Matt Baker and Alex Jones.
19:30 - 20:00
The highs and lows of life with the residents of Albert Square Walford.
20:00 - 21:00
Losing Control of the Wheel. Arthur is surprised by the arrival of Morven the new Foundation Year 1 doctor on the Acute Assessment Unit. At first he is proud to be assigned as her mentor but soon wonders if he s ready for the responsibility. Meanwhile Mo returns to Darwin eager to see her sister and father and Dominic is stunned when a face from his past turns up.
21:00 - 22:00
Kay Mellor s lottery-centric serial undergoes more twists and turns as many of the locals pray for Amy s safe return and the police question Andy about Nick. Meanwhile Lady Hazelwood does her best to repair her marriage and Lord Hazelwood is in for a surprise when he discovers news that will change his life forever. Elsewhere Sarah and Sean unravel more than they bargained for when they turn detective. Drama starring Elizabeth Berrington Lenny Henry Kieran O Brien and Alice Krige.
22:25 - 22:35
BBC London News Weather
22:35 - 23:55
Imagine: Jeff Koons - Diary of a Seducer. One of the most controversial artists of his generation is profiled in this film presented by Alan Yentob. Jeff Koons giant balloon dogs and even larger flower puppies have become iconic as has a porcelain sculpture of singer Michael Jackson with pet chimp Bubbles. However the man who celebrates the commonplace has mined some dark territory. Yentob meets the eponymous artist as New York s Whitney Museum displays some of his works and then travels to Europe in an attempt to discover what lies beneath the shiny surfaces of Koons art.
23:55 - 01:20
A troubled teenager who witnessed her father s suicide spends a summer living with her grandparents and working as a waitress. She falls in love with the restaurant s ambitious cook but her grandparents do not approve of him as he has a criminal past. Drama starring Hilary Duff Evan Ross Ellen Burstyn and Michael Murphy.
01:20 - 01:25
Weather for the Week Ahead
01:25 - 06:00
The latest national and international stories as they break.
06:00 - 09:15
Round-up of national and international news plus the latest from the money markets.
09:15 - 10:00
Sonali Shah takes the touring show to Bedfordshire where she finds out why Vauxhall drivers are being targeted by local crooks. Plus appeal updates from Rav Wilding in the studio.