12:00 Daily Politics
Parliamentary proceedings interspersed with discussions, interviews and filmed reports from around the country. Presented by Jo Coburn.
13:00 My Life in Books
Anne Robinson welcomes psychologist Pamela Stephenson and comedian Alexander Armstrong, who reveal their literary favourites and discuss aspects from their private and professional lives.
13:30 The Super League Show
Tanya Arnold introduces action from the latest Super League matches, including Leeds Rhinos v St Helens at Headingley, London Broncos v Wigan Warriors at the Stoop and Warrington Wolves v Hull FC at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.
14:15 Classic Mastermind
John Humphrys grills four more contestants in the black chair. Specialist subjects are the Franco-Prussian War 1870-1871, the plays of Noel Coward, the life and writings of JRR Tolkien and the World Snooker Championship from 1977. First shown in 2005.
14:45 The Great British Bake Off
The quarter-final of the competition sees the remaining amateur bakers tackle biscuit-based challenges. Their first task involves making a large batch of crispbreads - each of which must come up to Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood's exacting standards - before the technical challenge, in which they battle time and temperature to create a set of six chocolate teacakes. The last round sees the hopefuls baking and assembling a gingerbread house, before Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins reveal who has qualified for the semi-final - and who is going home.
15:45 Restoration Roadshow
Eric Knowles and his team of experts visit Chatsworth House in Derbyshire, where members of the public submit more time-worn heirlooms for repair. Rod Titian tackles an 18th-century tavern clock, Tim Akers examines a Victorian desk, and Roger Hawkins draws on all his experience to restore a Royal Worcester vase.
16:15 Planet Earth
Camera crews follow the activities of wildlife in the Arctic and Antarctic, including an emperor penguin colony's nine-month migration across sea ice to its breeding ground. The team also takes aerial and underwater shots to capture humpback whales feeding and tracks a male polar bear as it swims 100km to find new ice from which to hunt seals.
17:15 Flog It!
The team visits York, where Mark Stacey and Michael Baggott hope to find a hidden gem in the Roman city. Presenter Paul Martin also takes a look inside the city's ancient Minster.
Quiz, hosted by Jeremy Vine, in which the winners of famous game shows work as a team to tackle a new set of challengers hoping to win a cash prize.
18:30 The Chef's Protege
Theo Randall meets four more of his old catering college's students and sets each a simple test to assess them. He then shows how to cook Italian squash tortellini, before the hopefuls recreate the dish and Theo decides which three will go on to join earlier successful contenders.
19:00 Antiques Road Trip
David Barby sets another competition in motion by joining Margie Cooper to search for antiques on a journey taking them from Northumberland to Lincolnshire. The first leg sees them battle it out in Co Durham before making their way down the coast to auction in Scarborough, North Yorkshire.
20:00 Chelsea Flower Show 2013
Alan Titchmarsh and Joe Swift reveal the gold medal-winning show gardens and talk to the designer who has been victorious in the prestigious Best in Show category in the event's centennial year. Carol Klein finds out what it takes to be named the best of the best in the Great Pavilion.
21:00 TOWN with Nicholas Crane
Geographer and adventurer Nicholas Crane explores four more towns around the UK, looking at the secrets of their survival, the reasons for their enduring appeal and what they reveal about the future of urban living. He begins with the port of Oban in Argyll and Bute, examining the town's surprising role in the Cold War, visiting one of Scotland's oldest whisky distilleries and meeting artist John Lowrie Morrison at his studio.
22:00 Later Live - with Jools Holland
American singer-songwriter John Grant showcases material from his second solo album Pale Green Ghosts and south Wales rockers Stereophonics play numbers from their recent long-player Graffiti on the Train. Minnesota indie trio Low perform tracks from their latest release The Invisible Way and Madness saxophonist Lee Thompson and his Ska Orchestra are joined by reggae singer Bitty McLean to give a taste of their debut album The Benevolence of Sister Mary Ignatius. Also appearing are London jazz punk-funkers Melt Yourself Down and Paris-based singer-songwriter Yasmine Hamdan, while Jools chats to Cerys Matthews about her new family singalong book Hook, Line and Singer.
Analysis of the day's events, presented by Jeremy Paxman.
23:20 The Tudors
Catherine of Aragon's nephew Charles V visits King Henry, while the royal also comes face to face with Anne Boleyn for the first time. Cardinal Wolsey meets envoys from the Holy Roman Empire to discuss a treaty between the two powers. However, tensions mount when the King of France hears news of their plans.