The Lampies Double bill. Spark and Livewire are taken to a holiday planet. Then the friends spend a day at the movies.
6.25Taz-Mania Double bill. Taz finds an intriguing old bottle cap. Then he finds himself in the care of a klutz. (AD)
6.45 Tom and Jerry Kids Atriple-billof catand mouse capers.
7.10 ChuckleVision The twins spring a few surprises in a country cafe.
Writer Rory Clark
7.30 Yvon of the Yukon A trip to old
Uncle Inyersnoz's convinces Bill that he needs to "find himself" before it's too late.
Tlkkabllla Friends, pairs, boats and caravans.
8.30 Clifford the Big Red Dog The canine bathes in water that contains dye and ends up looking like a t-shirt from the 1960s.
8.45 Little Red Tractor Mr Jones is determined that Beech Farm will win a coveted prize.
Live coverage from Royal
Troon in Ayrshire, as the 133rd Open championship tees off. Total prize money of L4 million is at stake as Tiger Woods looks to add a second Open title to his impressive tally of eight major championships. But the 2000 champion will face stiff opposition from a field packed with talented players, from South African Ernie Els and Phil Mickelson of the USA to
Fiji's Vijay Singh and defending champion Ben Curtis of America.
Introduced by Steve Rider.
The commentary team is led by Peter Alliss. Coverage can also be heard on Radio 5 Live from 8am. Highlights at 8pm on BBC2. Senior producer Jonathan Bramley
Executive producers Paul Davies and Barbara Slater www.bbc.co.uk/golf Videoplus code for 9.00am-1.00pm
(non-PDC) Videoplus code for 1.00-5.00pm
(non-PDC) Videoplus code for 5.00-7. 30pm
(non-PDC) BBCi: digital viewers can select live and uninterrupted coverage of two chosen groups per day over the course of all 18 holes. There's also a course guide during the morning's play, followed by highlights of the action as the leaders return to the clubhouse in the afternoon. A live leaderboard will be available at all times Danny Kelly on golf: page 27
Houses and Palaces. Beginning at his modest childhood home in Bolton, Dibnah embarks on an eclectic architectural journey. Along the way he takes in the delights of Lacock Abbey in Wiltshire, the grandeur of Hampton Court Palace, and Cragside in Northumberland, which was one of the first houses to boast electric lighting. Director/Producer David Hall
Highlights from today's play on day one of the 133rd Open Championship at Royal Troon in Ayrshire. In last year's dramatic finale at Sandwich, American Ben Curtis clinched the tournament by just one shot. Introduced by Gary Lineker. Live coverage continues tomorrow at 9am. Danny Kelly on golf: page 27
Saudi Arabia's rich and secretive royal family is facing a growing predicament in the aftermath of 9/11, the US-led invasion of Iraq and the recent al-Qaeda bombings across the kingdom. Having fended off the assaults of modernity and democracy for 72 years, the House of Saud is now compelled to walk a perilous tightrope between the introduction of reforms to its citizens, and the continuation of the strict and puritanical religious code. What happens here matters -the holiest Islamic sites are located in this country, and more than a billion Muslims look to the kingdom for spiritual guidance. This World's Simon Reeve is given a rare opportunity to discuss this make-or-break struggle with Saudi citizens, from leading princes to reformers and women. See also The House of Saud at 11.20pm.
Producer Anthony Makin ; Editor Karen O'Connor
When Anglo-Dutch oil giant Shell suddenly announced a 20 percent reduction in its available oil reserves last January, it sent shockwaves through the City.
Consequently, the share price plunged and billions were wiped off the company's value, much to the fury of investors, who had been deceived over the true state of Shell's financial health. In this Money Programme special, reporter Rajan Datar attempts to hunt down former Shell chairman Sir Philip Watts - a key figure in the deception -for an explanation to one of the biggest corporate scandals in recent times.
Producer Terry Messenger: Series editor Clive Edwards
Presented by Gavin Esler.
The House of Saud Members of the al-Saud royal family recount the history of Saudi Arabia and its connections with the USA in this Storyville documentary, originally shown in two parts.
The discovery of oil in the 1930s and the key meeting between
King Abdul Aziz and American president Franklin D Roosevelt gave the remote desert country global recognition. Despite strong links with the US, the oil boycott organised by the Saudis in response to the Israeli victory in the Yom KippurWar of 1973 had a catastrophic effect on the West. A few years later, crash modernisation proved to be a stressful process forthe devoutly religious kingdom. Most recently, the Saudi origins of Osama Bin Laden have come under intense speculation, and in the aftermath of 9/11 and the war on Iraq, are the links with the US in jeopardy? Including contributions from the former American Secretary of State Henry Kissinger.
Director Jihan El-Tahri ; Series editor Nick Fraser
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The fourth and final night of programmes commemorating the centenary of the signing of the Entente Cordiale.
Repeats are not indicated
2.00 A Cook's Tour of France: Part 2
The exploration of French cuisine concludes as food writer Mireille Johnson visits Mont-Saint-Michel, where she samples the most famous omelette in the world, and tastes the gastronomic delights of Lyon.
5.00 The French Connection
Exploring the French-speaking world, from Africa and Quebec to France and the Caribbean.
Presenter (A Cook's Tour of France):