Hosted by Tim Willcox and Sian Williams , and from 9.00
Live coverage of the third round of the 132nd Open championship from Royal St George's in Sandwich, Kent.
Defending champion Ernie Els will have to outplay competitors from 21 countries, including 14 previous Open champions, if he is to become the first player to retain the title since Tom Watson 20 years ago.
Presented by Steve Rider.
Coverage continues in Grandstand on BBC1. Live coverage can also be heard in Sport on 5 from 12 noon on Radio 5 Live. BBCi: digital viewers can access extra coverage, information and features via the red button on their handset
Julian Peedle-Calloo talks to a group of six young deaf people about the issues that concern them. With sign language, voiceover and in-vision subtitles. Repeated Tuesday at 12.50am on BBC1 www.bbc.co.uk/seehear
Three people provide their own take on the bleak and unforgiving landscape of Dartmoor. Another edition can be seen tomorrow at 11.25am.
James Dean. The life and fast times of the teenage Hollywood star, from his formative years in rural Indiana to his tragically early death in a car crash prior to the completion of his final film Giant. Rare archive footage and interviews with family and friends, fans, fellow actors, film-makers and biographers help reveal the real James Dean. Director Deep Sehgal ; Series producer Tom Ware
Martin Lawrence and Will Smith reprise their roles as Miami detectives battling the drugs trade in Bad Boys II, and documentary Step into Liquid examines global surf culture. Tom Brook and Laura Metzger preview the impending film releases.
I Religious drama. Marcellus Gallio , a young Roman officer ordered to carry out
Christ's crucifixion, wins the Messiah's robe in a dice game. In the ensuing days, the garment seems to exert a strange influence and soon the emperor Caligula hears of its magical powers and wishes to possess it for himself.
Widescreen. Review page ???
Director Henry Koster (1953, U)
Live coverage of the closing action from the third round of the 2003 Open at Royal St George's in Sandwich, Kent.
At this stage in 2002, eventual winner Ernie Els managed a one-over-par round of 72, making him the first player that year to find himself alone at the top of the leaderboard.
Presented by Steve Rider. With commentary from
Peter Alliss , Ken Brown , Alex Hay , Wayne Grady , Julian Tutt , Laura Davies and Beverly Lewis , plus reports from
Dougie Donnelly and Hazel Irvine. Highlights are at 10.45pm.
Senior producers Barbara Slater and Paul Davies BBCi: digital viewers can access extra coverage, information and features via the red button on their handset www.bbc.co.uk/golf
They Do It with Mirrors. Convinced something is amiss at her sister's imposing country house, an old school friend persuades Miss Marple to pay a visit. It's not long before murder strikes at Stonygates. But how was it committed?
Dramatised by TR Bowen from the novel by Agatha Christie
Producer George Gallaccio ; Director Norman Stone
Ruth van Rydock:
Michael Wood focuses on the Bard's life during the reign of King James I in the final part of the documentary series. For All Time. As well as a visit to the present Queen's royal robe-makers that provides evidence of Shakespeare's role in the coronation, Wood examines the popular effect of the Gunpowder Plot, to which the playwright responded with a tale of regicide, and also sheds new light on Shakespeare's strange bequest to his wife Anne in his will.
Producer Rebecca Dobbs A 1979 version of Macbeth is showing tonight on BBC4 at 10.20pm
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In the first of a re-run of the comedy news quiz, Paul Merton occupies the presenter's seat, with comedian Ross Noble taking his captain's place opposite Ian Hislop. With guests comedian Rich Hall and political analyst Andrew Neil.
Director Paul Wheeler ; Series producer Nick Martin
Highlights of today's play at Royal St George's, which saw the conclusion to the third round. Hosted by Gary Lineker. Live coverage resumes tomorrow at 11am on BBC1.
Producer Ian Finch ; Editor Lawrence Duffy
Cult cartoon character Roobarb, voiced by Richard Briers , presents cultural highlights from 1974. The canine star of Roobarb and Custard re-enacts scenes from The Six Million
Dollar Man, while Custard the cat pays tribute to
Mel Brooks 's western spoof Blazing Saddles. Plus memories of the Wombles, the Ford Capri MK2 and computer game Pong. Director David F Turnbull; Series producer Alan Brown
Western. In post-
Civil War Missouri, the James-Younger gang are heroes to the local people. But when one of their number gets trigger-happy during a bank raid, the authorities become determined to hunt them down. Widescreen. Review page 42.
Director Walter Hill (1980, 18)
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