Fimbles Florrie finds the hiccups. (R) (S) (W)
Sheeep The Captain tells Gogol of hidden treasure. (R) (S)
7 00 Tom and Jerry Kids Triple bill of cat-and-mouse capers. (R) (S)
7.30UGetMe Carly gets the chance to try out for the modellingjob.
Cast on Thursday Contact details on Monday First shown on CBBC channel (S) (W)
7 40 Round the Twist Bronson wishes someone would talk to him, but he's surprised when it's the walls that start to converse. (R) (S)
8.05 Newsround (W)
Clifford the Big Red Dog T-Bone learns that stealing is wrong.
8.25 Balamory PC Plum promised
Edie McCredie a boattrip, but the rain means it has to be cancelled. Episode written by Duncan Fisher Cast on Tuesday First shown on CBeebies channel (S) (W)
8 45 Bill and Ben Ben discovers a cellar. (R) (S)
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Steve Rider introduces live coverage from the 132nd Open championship. It's the second day of proceedings at Royal St George's, and the players will be on their mettle to try to avoid ending up on the wrong side of the cut.
The prize money for this year's competition has been increased by L100,000 to f3.9 million, although the winner's purse has stayed the same at a cool £700,000. This is still a considerable hike on Greg Norman 's winnings at the last Open to be played at the Royal St George's course ten years ago, when he earned a comparatively meagre L100,000 for his four days'work.
Live coverage can be heard throughout the day on Radio 5 Live from 8am. Highlights are at 9.45pm on BBC2. (S) (W) Videoplus code for 9.00am-2.00pm
(non-PDC) Videoplus code for 2.00pm-7 .30pm
(nonVoC) BBCi: digital viewers can access extra coverage, information and features via the red button on their remote control
It's that time of year again. Promenaders will be donning their finery and flocking to events around the country to celebrate the highlight of the classical music season.
Stephanie Andrews introduces the opening concert live from the Royal Albert Hall , where chief conductor Leonard Slatkin will be leading the BBC Symphony Orchestra and BBC National Chorus of Wales with mezzo Irina Tchistyakova and baritone James Rutherford in tonight's programme.
The theme of this year's Proms is Greek myth, and future concerts will reflect the passion, love, fear, tragedy and acts of the gods found in those stories, which have gripped audiences' hearts for centuries. Colin Davis will be conducting Berlioz's The Trojans, Donald Runnicles presides over Strauss's Elektra and there are also performances to come of Purcell's Dido and Aeneas and Michael Tippett 's King Priam.
Tonight's line-up is a feast of Russian music, with Shostakovich's lively Festive Overture blasting open the proceedings. The main course of tonight's fare is
Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No 1, and you can expect the crowd to be wowed by a stunning performance from
China's flamboyant young pianist Lang Lang. At the age of 21, Lang Lang has brought concert halls throughout the world to their feet with his dynamism and tonight's performance should be no exception.
And with this year being the 50th anniversary of Sergei Prokofiev 's death, the night climaxes with the oratorio version of his dramatic and brooding score for Sergei Eisenstein 's 1942 classic Ivan the Terrible.
Director Jonathan Haswell ; Series editor Oliver Macfarlane (S) (W) Also broadcast on BBC Radio 3 and on www.bbc.co.uk/proms
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David Gillard previews the Proms: page
Gary Lineker introduces highlights of today's second round at Royal St George's. (S) (WI
Presented by Mark Urban. (S) (W)
Tom Paulin , Mark Kermode and Aminatta Fornajoin Mark Lawson to analyse the week's cultural highlights.
Series producer Tanya Hudson (S) (W)
Featuring Kyrie, Gott Vater in Ewigkeit, BWV669; Christe, alter Welt Trost (Alio modo), BWV673; and Kyrie,
Gott Heiliger Geist , BWV673, filmed at the Johann Sebastian Bach Church in Arnstadt, Germany. (S) (W)
Fantasy drama. In an alternative America where whites are the oppressed minority, family man Louis Pinnock is driven to take desperate action against his black former employer, Thaddeus Thomas. Widescreen. Review page 47.
Director Desmond Nakano (1995, 15) (S) (W)
Second World War drama. An American pilot stationed in England is left traumatised after his buddy is horribly injured on a mission. He deserts with the intention of losing his virginity before it's too late. Review page 47.
Director Sidney J Furie (1961) (BW) (S)
Repeats are not indicated.
Home Learning 3.00 Cats' Eyes: Words and Pictures. (S)