We introduce a typed lambda calculus in which real numbers, real functions, and in particular continuously differentiable and more generally Lipschitz functions can be defined. Given an expression representing a real-valued function of a real variable in this calculus, we are able to evaluate the expression on an argument but also evaluate the L-derivative of the expression on an argument. The language is an extension of PCF with a real number data-type but is equipped with primitives for min and weighted average to capture computable continuously differentiable or Lipschitz functions on real numbers. We present an operational semantics and a denotational semantics based on continuous Scott domains and several logical relations on these domains. We then prove an adequacy result for the two semantics. The denotational semantics also provides denotational semantics for Automatic Differentiation. We derive a definability result showing that for any computable Lipschitz function there is a closed term in the language whose evaluation on any real number coincides with the value of the function and whose derivative expression also evaluates on the argument to the value of the L-derivative of the function.