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: CBBC

Ends 8.00.

The Lampies
Spark's granny is kidnapped, and Captain Brightlight imagines things.

6.25 Taz-Mania
Willy Wombat returns to battle with Taz, and someone has stolen part of Mr Thickiy's birthday cake. (R) (S)

6.45 Tom and Jerry Kids
Animated cat-and-mouse fun.

7.10 ChuckleVision
Things go wheelie wrong when the brothers hope to clean up with a bin washing business.

7.30 Short Change
The consumer show concludes its investigations in the last of the series.
Presented by Angellica Bell, Ortis and Rhodri Owen.
Shown yesterday 5pm BBC1

7.55 Newsround

Contributors

Writer ("ChuckleVision"): John Sayle
Presenter ("Short Change"): Angellica Bell
Presenter ("Short Change"): null Ortis
Presenter ("Short Change"): Rhodri Owen

: CBeebies

Ends 9.00.
Tikkabilla Elves, shoes and cars with Simon and Lorna.
8.30 Clifford the Big Red Dog Mary has stage fright, so Emily tries to help her overcome it.
8.45 Little Red Tractor Loud noises are causing chaos on Gosling Farm, so Stan and Little Red Tractor investigate.

: Golf: the Open

Live coverage from the 133rd Open championship. It's the second day of play and players will be doing their utmost to ensure they avoid the cut and be in the running for a share of the L4 million prize money.
Presented by Steve Rider , with commentary by Peter Alliss , Seve Ballesteros , Ken Brown , Laura Davies ,
Wayne Grady , Alex Hay , Beverly Lewis , Sam Torrance, Julian Tutt and Jean van de Velde. With reports from Hazel Irvine,
Dougie Donnelly , Craig Doyle and Sarah Sanderson.
Live coverage can be heard throughout the day on Radio 5 Live from 11am. Highlights are at 9.45pm on BBC2. See yesterday's choice.
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 all 18 holes. There's also a course guide, and 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

Contributors

Presented By: Steve Rider
Commentary By: Peter Alliss
Commentary By: Seve Ballesteros
Commentary By: Ken Brown
Commentary By: Laura Davies
Commentary By: Wayne Grady
Commentary By: Alex Hay
Commentary By: Beverly Lewis
Unknown: Julian Tutt
Unknown: Jean van De Velde.
Unknown: Dougie Donnelly
Unknown: Craig Doyle
Unknown: Sarah Sanderson.
Unknown: Danny Kelly

: First Night of the Proms

Promenaders donning their finery can only mean one thing - it's that time of year once more. The highlight of the classical music season is about to get under way.
Stephanie Hughes introduces the opening concert live from the Royal Albert Hall , where chief conductor Leonard Slatkin will be leading the BBC Symphony Chorus and Orchestra with acclaimed American mezzo Lorraine Hunt
Lieberson in tonight's programme.
The newly restored Royal Albert Hall organ will be put to good use by Martin Neary in the opening bars of Bach's Toccata, followed by the Fugue in D minor arranged by Proms founder, Henry Wood. The Music Makers choral ode by Elgar, which quotes from several of his best-known works, precedes the interval. And Hoist's perennial favourite The Planets ends the evening.
Themes of the 110th season include England at the Crossroads: 1934; East/West; and Back to Bohemia. Among those appearing this season are bass-baritone
Willard W White , violinists Sarah Chang , Joshua Bell and Maxim Vengerov , pianist Alfred Brendel , percussionist Evelyn Glennie and conductor Simon Rattle. There will also be a number of world premieres, including a new symphony by John Casken , Judith Bingham 's The Secret Garden, and The League of Gentlemen composer Joby Talbot 's Sneaker Wave, all commissioned by the BBC.
Director Helen Mansfield ; Series editor Oliver Macfarlane Also broadcast on Radio 3 and www.bbc.co.uk/proms from 7.30pm
BBCi: during the performance digital viewers can access in-vision programme notes via the red button on the handset
Leonard Slatkin on his last First Night: page

Contributors

Introduces: Stephanie Hughes
Unknown: Albert Hall
Conductor: Leonard Slatkin
Unknown: Lorraine Hunt
Unknown: Royal Albert Hall
Unknown: Martin Neary
Unknown: Henry Wood.
Violinists: Willard W White
Violinists: Sarah Chang
Violinists: Joshua Bell
Pianist: Maxim Vengerov
Pianist: Alfred Brendel
Unknown: Evelyn Glennie
Conductor: Simon Rattle.
Unknown: John Casken
Unknown: Judith Bingham
Unknown: Joby Talbot
Director: Helen Mansfield
Editor: Oliver MacFarlane
Unknown: Leonard Slatkin

: Golf: the Open

Highlights of today's second round at Royal Troon.
Producer Ian Finch ; Editor Mark Cole

Contributors

Unknown: Royal Troon.
Producer: Ian Finch

: Newsnight

Presented by Jon Sopel.

Contributors

Presented By: Jon Sopel.

: Newsnight Review

Mark Lawson is joined by Germaine Greer , poet Ian McMillan and publishing guru James Brown to dissect the cultural week.
Series producer Tanya Hudson

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Lawson
Unknown: Germaine Greer
Unknown: Ian McMillan
Unknown: James Brown
Producer: Tanya Hudson

: BBC4 on BBC2

Ends 12.35am.
Gil Scott-Heron: the Revolution Will Not Be Televised
He is one of the most influential musicians and poets of the last 50 year period. In award-winning director Don Letts 's illuminating documentary Gil Scott-Heron tells his own story for the first time - from being one of the first black children to be integrated into an all-white Southern state school to becoming an icon to a younger generation of rappers. There are contributions from Chuck D , MoS Def, Richie Havens and the Last Poets. Scott-Heron is also filmed performing live and reciting poetry out on the streets of Harlem, where he has found so much inspiration for his music.
Producer Jez Nelson (AD)

Contributors

Director: Don Letts
Unknown: Gil Scott-Heron
Unknown: Chuck D
Unknown: Richie Havens
Producer: Jez Nelson

: Trevor Nelson's Lowdown

9/10. Trevor heads north to Manchester to hook up with Manchester United and England defender Rio Ferdinand. They discuss their shared interests of fashion, football, fast cars, women and music. And Kwame Kwei-Armah delivers his spoken word performance extolling the virtues of sweet soul music. Producer Dawn Payne; Series producer Michael Kelpie
First shown on BBC3

Contributors

Unknown: Rio Ferdinand.
Unknown: Kwame Kwei-Armah
Producer: Michael Kelpie

: BBC News 24

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Myth and Music Composer Judith Weir explains why she wrote a series of works based on Scottish folktales about people who have disappeared mysteriously. 41814 2.30 Gothic in India: Bombay Railway Station 7762036 3.20 Ever
Wondered? Is the quest for Utopia a futile dream?
3.30 Finding a Voice - Alanah and Hannah 44901 4.00
Moscow - a City In Transition 65494 4.30 Family Ties: the Story of Adeline Yen Mah 65494 5.00 Open Advice - a Meeting of Minds 202915.30 An English Education

Contributors

Unknown: Judith Weir








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