Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt. Incl NewsWatch at 7.45.
Gennaro Contaldo and Kevin Dundon prepare some delicious summer lunches with regular helpings from Rick Stein ,
Delia Smith and Jamie Oliver. Viewers can also join the action and book a place on the chefs' table. Hosted by James Martin.
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The greatest tournament in the world enters its third day on England's blustery and very unpredictable North West coast.
Thousand of fans have beaten a path to the Royal Liverpool Club at Hoylake to savour the mastery of pedigree players for whom winning and being awarded the famous Claret Jug is more important than the cash involved.
It was a different ball game when the Open was staged here last, back in 1967. Roberto deVicenzo was the winner and among those challenging had been Christy O'Connor , Kel Nagle , Jack Nicklaus ,
Tony Jacklin , Gary Player and young UK hopeful Clive Clark , who had an excellent round of 70 on the opening day.
Introduced by Gary Lineker with commentary by Wayne Grady and Sam Torrance , with reports by Hazel Irvine. Live coverage continues after the News. See Sunday's choice.
Continued coverage from the Royal Liverpool Club at Hoylake. Highlights at 11.05pm, on BBC2. www.bbc.co.uk/golf Radio Five Live has coverage from noon
Digital viewers can access up to three screens offering a choice of player groups and daily highlights, plus a full leaderboard service and news section.
Elsewhere, from lpm, there's live tennis coverage of Great Britain's crucial Davis Cup clash with Israel at Eastbourne
Jodie Marsh , Carol Malone , Ron Atkinson and Isabella Hervey are among the contestants in this TV and tabloid edition. But who will sell their story the best?
Summer's here and the time is right.... to go with a one-off live dancing extravaganza full of spectacular record attempts and amazing performances.
Hosted by Bruce Forsyth and Zoe Ball , contests include the most swing flips and an attempt to break the existing world record of 40 windmills, both in a minute. More than 700 dancers representing 45 different genres, led by Bruce and Zoe, will perform simultaneously to the same piece of music. And six of the best up-and-coming dancers from BBC New Talent's Ballroom Blitz Masterclasses are partnered with some faces familiar to Strictly Come Dancing fans. Plus Big Dance events which have been taking place across the country. Continues at 9.05pm.
Producer Elaine Paterson ; Exec producer Tina Fletcher Paul Merton meets Bruce Forsyth : p20; The Inside Story: p52
New series 1/9. Competing to be in the right place at the right time, five hopefuls bid to win a big-money prize. Hosted by Dale Winton. Includes the Lotto, Thunderball and Dream Number.
Series producer Michael Mannes ; Exec producer David Young The National Lottery - Midweek Draws is on Wednesday at 10.35pm
Nathan pays a heavy price when he takes a stance against Tess over the new cleaning firm.
John 'Abs' Denham:
Gurpreet 'Guppy' Sandhu:
Hosts Bruce Forsyth and Zoe Ball are on hand as challenges conclude. www.bbc.co.uk/lifestyle
Bittersweet drama set against the 1984 miners' strike, starring Jamie Bell , Julie Walters and Gary Lewis. Eleven-year-old Billy Elliot faces a grim life in a northern colliery town. Then he discovers an unlikely love for ballet and, urged on by formidable dance teacher Mrs Wilkinson , seeks to improve his prospects. Concludes at 10.55pm. Review page 42.
Director Stephen Daldry (2000, 15) VIDEO Plus, code for 9.35-11.45pm (non-PDC) Classic movie moment: page 49
Presented by Matthew Amroliwala.
Weather with Isobel Lang. Then National Lottery Update
Quirky comedy starring
Steve Martin and Rick Moranis. After agreeing to become an informant against the Mob, New York gangster
Vinnie Antonelli is moved to a Californian suburb and shadowed by FBI agent Barney Coopersmith. But
Vinnie's antics soon infuriate Coopersmith and attract the attention of an assistant DA. Review page 42.
Director Herbert Ross (1990, PG)