Presented by Ben Geoghegan and Kate Sanderson. <w)
Guest presenter Peter Sissons interviews the news-makers and reviews the papers. Including at
9.00 News plus weather later.
Editor Barney Jones
Diarmuid Gavin delves into the realm of the senses on a visit to a Welsh secret garden, while actress Miriam Margolyes reflects on life on and off the stage with Shauna Lowry. Two varieties of wedding ceremony are explored with a look at the marriages of a Sikh and a Humanist couple, and Alice Beer and Ross Kelly conduct the regular studio debate.
Series producer Abigail Saxon
Steve Rider presents coverage of the climax to the 131st Open championship at the world's oldest golf club, Muirfield, as it plays host to the British Open for the 15th time in its history. England's Nick Faldo was the last man to walk down the 18th at the links course on his way to collecting the Open title, narrowly beating America's John Cook in an enthralling
1992 final round. Continues at
1.30pm on BBC2.
See yesterday's choice.
Executive producers Paul Davies and Barbara Slater BBCi: digital viewers press the red handset button for options, including hole-by-hole progress of leading players www.bbc.co.uk/golf
Omnibus edition. Donna is terrified at the prospect of testifying for Little Mo.
Cast on Thursday
The cameras return to the shores of the Firth of Forth for the final afternoon of play at
Muirfield. The competition for the famous silver Claret Jug will be fierce as players aspire to join the long list of greats to hold the title as well as take home the £700,000 prize money.
With Peter Sissons. Weather Rob McElwee.
Family Favourites. Ex-Boyzone band member Keith Duffy and family explore Disneyworld in Florida, Gillian Taylforth and her brood take a trip to the Balearic Island of Menorca, while eight-year-old Scott Chisholm and his grandparents goes on safari in Kenya. Hosted by Craig Doyle.
Executive producer John Comerford ; Series producer Anne Taylor
Postponed from 14 July
Crowded Worlds. Why don't we groom one another with our fingers like monkeys? Gossip may hold the answer, Charlotte Uhlenbroek learns. Her final investigation into animal communication also includes a painful lesson in how animals coordinate their actions. Last in the series.
Director Scott Alexander ; Series producer Bernard Walton www.bbc.co.uk/nature RT SHOP: BBC book. £16.99 incl p&p (rrp £18.99). Telephone [number removed]
Alistair and Judith finally marry despite Alistair's nerves - with Rocky delighted to stand in as best man.
Written by Bob Larbey ; Director/Producer Sydney Lotterby
Eddie and Frank are arrested while dressed as women in the last part of the soft-hearted drama. Contains strong language.
Written by Johanne McAndrew ; Producer Paddy Higson
Director Alan MacMillan www.bbc.co.uk/drama
With Peter Sissons.
Weather with Rob McElwee.
Opera star Denyce Graves makes her Proms debut in this concert of popular classics from London's Royal Albert Hall. The programme also features pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet and includes music by Bernstein, Gershwin and Bizet, and concluding with Ravel's Boléro, all performed by the BBC Philharmonic under their new principal conductor
Gianandrea Noseda. Introduced by Charles Hazlewood.
Director/Producer Oliver Macfarlane Our full guide to the Proms: centre pages
Psychological thriller. Accused of cold-bloodedly killing her millionaire husband, amnesiac Caroline Walker is treated by an eminent hypnotherapist. But the therapy reveals a dark side to her recollections. Widescreen. Review page 48.
Director Andrew Morahan (1996, 18)
Stars in Your Eyes. Patrick Moore pays a visit to Britain's newest planetarium.
Series producer Jane Fletcher Repeated next Saturday on BBC2
Followed by Weatherview