Double bill. A spring clean reveals a rust alert, then is the Arch Roon reformed?
The opening of a maze goes wrong, then Grandpa gets a skateboard.
Frankie wins the lottery jackpot.
Willy's alter ego is released.
Josie organises a trip.
Mr Mopple has trouble with his car.
A treasure chest is found.
Ben stays up late to see the new moon.
St Andrews, the course on Scotland's east coast widely regarded as the home of golf, is the testing setting for this 134th staging of the British Open.
Five years ago, Tiger Woods was the runaway winner the last time the event was held here but the American has found his dominance challenged by the likes of Vijay Singh, Ernie Els, Retief Goosen and Phil Mickelson. The bid to be the first European winner since Paul Lawrie in is likely to be spearheaded by Sergio Garcia, Luke Donald and Padraig Harrington, while there'll be an emotional welcome for three-time victor Jack Nicklaus as he makes his final appearance.
The commentary team includes Peter Alliss, Ken Brown, Sam Torrance, Wayne Grady, Mark James and Laura Davies. Plus reports from Hazel Irvine, Dougie Donnelly and Craig Doyle. Radio 5 Live has coverage from 9am. Highlights at 9.50pm on BBC2. Executive producer Paul Davies Editor Barbara Slater
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INTERACTIVE: from 9am, digital viewers can select dedicated coverage of a leading group, see regularly updated highlights and view a live leaderboard of scores from every player on the course. For a course guide, profiles of the main players, live audio commentary through the day and three minutes of video highlights, visit [web address removed]
Compact sports radio: page 10 50 par excellence: page 15
Following events leading up to the fateful day in August 2004 when the village of Boscastle on the north Cornish coast was devastated by a flash flood, witnessed by parish priest, the Rev Christine Musser. Director Charlie Forman ; Producer Nigel Farrell
2/6. Wannabe music mogul Hiten Patel dreams of establishing a successful recording studio in London, but has racked up thousands of pounds of debt in his efforts to produce the hits of tomorrow. Parents Suresh and Hansa have been bailing him out for years, so now it's time for independent financial adviser Lawrence Gold to come to the Patels' aid and put a stop to the spending. Can Hiten's long-suffering mum and dad stop their retirement nest egg from vanishing down the drain? Max Beesley narrates. Producer Dan Gooding ; Series producer Sally Evans www.bbc.co.uk/bankofmumanddad BBC Action Line: [number removed]09, calls are free The Inside Story: page 98
Making Millions the Easy Way. Mobsters, detectives and glamorous locations populate the story of a game of cat and mouse between a group of young scientists and the casinos of Las Vegas. A lecturer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the USA worked out that the odds in blackjack work differently to other games. He developed a system that tipped the odds and set off to Las Vegas with a bankroll from the Mob. But the alarmed casino authorities called science to their aid too. Who was brighter - the MIT whizzkids or the detectives?
Producer Johanna Gibbon ; Editor Matthew Barrett
Highlights from today's play at St Andrews on the first day of the 134th Open. Paul Casey of England and France's Thomas Levet were the unexpected first-round leaders last year, before falling away in the later stages. Gary Lineker presents the action on what is sure to be a memorable first day as 12 past champions tee off in this year's competition.
Live coverage continues tomorrow at 9am. 50 par excellence: page 15; Compact sports radio: page 10
Presented by Gavin Esler.
6/6. Jo Brand and comedian Andy Parsons are among those joining team captains Rory Bremner and Hugh Dennis and regular participant Frankie Boyle for more off-the-cuff comedy. Hosted by Dara O'Briain. Shown on Sunday at 10pm
3/3. Comedian Marcus Brigstocke hosts the topical talk show that promises to bear a strong resemblance to Newsnight - with an injection of satire and humour. Guests tonight are the controversial former chief inspector of schools Chris Woodhead and Liberal Democrat MPfor Montgomeryshire, Lembit Opik.
Producer Bill Dare
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Homeqrown Hollywood 3/3. A night of short films presented by James King , showcasing emerging and established film-makers from around the UK.
Featuring the Oscar-nominated film Everything in This Country Must, directed by Gary McKendry. Contains strong language and disturbing scenes.