Steve Rider introduces live second-round coverage of the Loch Lomond tournament. With the Open beginning at Carnoustie next week, the tournament offers a perfect opportunity for the players to experience Scottish conditions on the eve of the season's penultimate major. British defending champion
Lee Westwood will be facing a domestic challenge from the likes of Nick Faido and Sandy Lyle , while the overseas contingent will include South Africa's
Ernie Els and America's John Daly , who has entered the event for the first time.
With commentary by Peter Alliss , Alex Hay , Howard Clark , Jerry Pate ,
Mike Hughesdon , Beverly Lewis and Dougie Donnelly. Digital widescreen ....
Lesley Watson creates an area of hot-coloured herbaceous plants,
Jim McColl begins work on a heather garden, Bill Torrance visits another of Scotland's most beautiful gardens, and the Hit Squad tackle rugby commentator Bill McLaren 's sloping garden in Hawick, Borders.
First shown on BBC Scotland ....
6.00 The Homecoming. Kira learns that a great Bajoran
Resistance fighter has been captured and feels moved to act. And at 6.45 The Circle. Kira returns to Bajor and meets the charismatic Vedek Bareil. The story concludes in two weeks. Repeat
Videopluscodefor6.OO-6.45 .... Code for 6.45-7.30.... Code for 6.00-7.30 (not PDC)
Belarus received the highest amount of nuclear fallout from the Chernobyl disaster of all the Soviet republics. This programme follows a group of young Belarussian visitors to the UK who were brought here by the charity The Chernobyl Children Lifeline.
Director Paul Merrick The next programme in the series is tomorrow at
7.30pm Subtitled ....
The programme following people as they build their own homes returns for a three-part series. Simon and Sandi Ayriss are designing a timber-framed house near the Silverstone racing track, while architect Peter Barber embarks on an ultra-modern apartment in London's Hackney for client
Marian Lewis. For Neil Wallace , and music executive Gavino
Prunas and his wife
Francesca Nesi concern grows that their projects will never be finished. Director Rob Payton ; Executive producer
Clare Paterson Subtitled ....
The property-advice show presented by Quentin Willson continues with a look at the street in Cassington near
Oxford built for members of an extended family.
Anna Ryder-Richardson views a fl.5 million makeover to a residence in Chelsea, London, and Paul Higgins offers an insider's guide to life in the country.
Series producer Ben Southwell ; Executive producer Mark Hill Subtitled...... BOOKLET: send a cheque for £4, made payable to BBC Education, to [address removed], or call [number removed] (calls will cost a maximum charge of lOp per minute)
BBC GOOD HOMES MAGAZINE: available from retailers
First of a five-part series filmed at UCH Obstetric hospital, one of London's leading units.
Tonight, the stories of three women whose lives were changed forever when they became unexpectedly pregnant in very different circumstances. See today's choices.
Director Peter Gordon : Executive producer Clare Paterson Subtitled ...........
# Great Expectations: page 7
Frank and Betty's second honeymoon starts ominously when he catches the wrong train.
Written by Raymond Allen ; Producer
Michael Mills Repeat
Death of a Curator
An exploration of the life and work of Joshua Compston , who died in 1996, at the age of 25. from an overdose of ether.
Friends, family and fellow artists recall his work, ideas and passions. Contains strong language and sexual imagery.
Director Liz Friend ; Producer Ian MacMillan Digital widescreen
Black and white Subtitled......
Followed by HolidayWeather
Repeats are not indicated. OPEN UNIVERSITY t2.30 The Wheels of Innovation
73462 LOO My Favourite Things 61441 1.30 Clayoquot Sound - the Final Cut?
2.00 Explorers Space TEACHING FILM AND MEDIA
4.00 Film Education The British
Film Industry Today 85170 4.30 Film Education Marketing Movies
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 Working in Retail Checkout Technology OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 Danish Energy 4393828 6.10 Running the Community Markets and Hierarchies
6.35-7.00am New Forms of Partnership
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