The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show The pals reflect on the previous year's Christmas play.
6.25 Evolution: the Animated Series
General Granger loses control of the nuclear missiles.
6.45 Tom and Jerry Kids Animated cat-and-mouse fun.
7.10 Captain Abercromby Jake's mother decides the time has come for him to get married.
7.30 Short Change The consumer show carries out more investigations. Shown yesterday 5pm BBC1 (5)
Animation based on Charles M Schulz 's Peanuts comic strip. When Snoopy receives a letter from his previous owner, he and his sidekick, Woodstock, set off to pay her a visit. Review page 54.
Director Bill Melendez (1972, U)
Live coverage from Loch Lomond of the second round at the Scottish Open plus a three-race card from the opening meeting of Ascot's summer season.
In the golf, South Africa's
Ernie Els , who needs one more win here to complete a hat-trick of titles, shot a second-round 67 to give him a big advantage at this point last year, leading by four shots from his nearest challengers, Welshman Phillip Price and Terry Price of Australia. But Darren Clarke was lurking in the pack, preparing to make a third-round charge.
Presented by Steve Rider.
Action from Ascot, meanwhile, features starts at 2.15, 2.45 and 3.15. Commentary from Jim McGrath with analysis from Willie Carson and Ray Cochrane. Presented by Clare Balding and Rishi Persad.
Racing: Directors Steve Docherty. Gerry Morrison ; Editor Stephen Cook
Continuing the fourth series of the US comedy.
Family Reunion. When Lois is repeatedly insulted at Hal's family reunion, the boys plan revenge. With Christopher Lloyd.
Malcolm in the Middle
Christopher Lloyd, of Taxi and Back to the Future fame, guests in this week's episode as Hal's rich, weird Civil War-obsessed dad. The whole of Malcolm's family - Hal, Lois and the children - is invited to a family reunion, organised with alarming military precision by Hal's sister.
But it's a joyless occasion. Hal's never had a very good relationship with his competitive dad, and his entire family conspires to look down upon and humiliate Lois. Before too long, the prevailing atmosphere gets to Hal in a most unexpected way, and the entire clan decides to take drastic action to defend their mum's damaged pride. Alison Graham
Hidcote is situated in the heart of the Cotswolds, and is one of the most visited gardens in Britain. Chris
Beardshaw follows a project to restore the original planting plan of its creator, the American Lawrence Johnston.
Producer John Trefor : Executive producer Christine Macaulay
Prepare to saturate your senses with highlights from the world's biggest annual flower show set in the grounds of Hampton Court Palace. Featuring a trip to Italy to look at the inspiration for a formal Tuscan garden and a road test of a specially designed dog garden by comedian
Sean Hughes 's four-legged friend Sweep. Presented by Diarmuid Gavin and Charlie Dimmock. See yesterday's choice.
Alan Titchmarsh on being king for a day: page 38
In the first of an occasional series of specials, the team hit the road for the first ever Gardeners' World roadshow.
Monty Don and Chris Beardshaw head for a recently revitalised RHS garden, Harlow Carr in Harrogate, where they meet curator Matthew Wilson and help local gardeners solve their horticultural problems.
Producer Sarah Marsh : Series editor Gill Tierney
Guests Alan Davies , Bill Bailey , Meera Syal and Clive Anderson face impossible-to-answer questions on things beginning with A. Stephen Fry is the resident quizmaster.
Director Ian Lorimer : Producer John Lloyd
A profile of the enigmatic British folk rock singer, and founder member of Fairport Convention, Richard Thompson. Featuring footage of his US tour with former wife Linda Thompson, and contributions from
Billy Connolly, Bonnie Raitt and Harry Shearer.
Director/producer Paul Bernays
8/10. A busy weekend includes lunch with Nelly Furtado , a gig in Liverpool, a late-night gig in Bristol and an interview with Ms Dynamite in London, leaving the DJ little time to prepare for his radio show. Producer Fay Gibson : Series producer Michael Kelpie
First shown on BBC3
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated.
2.00 The Myth of Medea: Authenticity in Greek Tragedy
2.30 The Baptistery. Padua 10942 3.00 Sounds of Paradise 64126 3.30 Gothic in India: Bombay Railway Station
362134.30 Powers of the President 84S9923 5.20 Ever
Wondered? 79469425.30 Who Belongs to Glasgow?
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