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: CBBC: The Lampies

Double bill.

: CBBC: Monster Cafe

The health inspector moves in.

: CBBC: Yvon of the Yukon

There's a new lawman in town.

: CBBC: Get Your Own Back

Kids wreak revenge on adults.

: CBeebies: Balamory

Can anyone instil some life into both Edie and Archie?


Writer: Penny Lloyd
Josie Jump: Kasia Haddad
Archie: Miles Jupp
Penny Pocket: Kim Tserhezie
PC Plum: Andrew Agnew
Edie McCredie: Juliet Cadzow
Miss Hoolie: Julie Wilson Nimmo
Suzie Sweet: Mary Riws
Spencer: Rodd Christensen

: CBeebies: Step Inside

Mr Mopple looks after some geese.

: CBeebies: Gordon the Garden Gnome

Gordon teaches the students how to get mucky in the garden.

: CBeebies: Bob's Mini Projects

Scoop's digging is interrupted.

: CBeebies: Bill & Ben

A pretty doll turns the friends into rivals.

: Golf: the Open

Avoiding the cut will be of paramount importance in live day-two action from St Andrews of the 134th British Open.
A round of 66 - constructed around four birdies and an eagle - left US journeyman
Skip Kendall seven under and top of the leaderboard at the end of the second day's play last year. After carding a 68, experienced Englishman Barry Lane lay in joint third place, while eventual champion Todd Hamilton was a further shot back alongside Colin Montgomerie , Ernie Els , Vijay Singh and Michael Campbell.
Who will be in pole position at the halfway stage this time in the chase for the winner's cheque tor £720,000? Presented by Steve Rider. Coverage can also be heard on Radio 5 Live from 9am. Highlights at 9.35pm on BBC2.
VIDEO Plus+ code for 900am-2£0pm
VIDEO Plus+ code for 2.00-7.30pm
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 he course. For a course guide, profiles of the main players, live audio commentary through the day and three minutes of video highlights, visit www.bbc.co.uk/golf Compact sports radio: page 10 50 par excellence: page 15


Unknown: St Andrews
Unknown: Skip Kendall
Unknown: Barry Lane
Unknown: Todd Hamilton
Unknown: Colin Montgomerie
Unknown: Ernie Els
Unknown: Vijay Singh
Unknown: Michael Campbell.
Presented By: Steve Rider.

: Small Town Gardens

Joe Swift joins forces with designer Bonita Bulaitis in Fowey, Cornwall, as they work on transforming the steeply sloping front garden of Gill Blackwell. How will they incorporate Bulaitis's concepts into the seaside garden of a Victorian townhouse?
Producer Paul Vanezis ; Series producer Vanessa Jackson Blueberries/garden pinks offer: page 36


Unknown: Joe Swift
Designer: Bonita Bulaitis
Unknown: Gill Blackwell.
Producer: Paul Vanezis
Producer: Vanessa Jackson

: First Night of the Proms

Michael Tippett 's powerful oratorio A Child of Our Time features in continuing live coverage from the Royal Albert Hall , London. The piece marks its composer's centenary as well as the 60th anniversary of the end of the Second World War. Roger Norrington conducts Indra Thomas (soprano), Christine Rice (mezzo-soprano), Ian Bostridge (tenor), Willard White (bass), and the BBC Symphony Orchestra and Chorus. Introduced by Alan Titchmarsh. Also broadcast on Radio 3 and at www.bbc.co.uk/proms. Director Helen Mansfield : Series editor Oliver Macfarlane INTERACTIVE: digital viewers will be able to access programme notes about the pieces played via the red button on their handset Pull-out guide to the Proms: see centre pages


Unknown: Michael Tippett
Unknown: Royal Albert Hall
Unknown: Roger Norrington
Soprano: Indra Thomas
Soprano: Christine Rice
Mezzo-Soprano: Ian Bostridge
Tenor: Willard White
Introduced By: Alan Titchmarsh.
Director: Helen Mansfield
Editor: Oliver MacFarlane

: Golf: the Open Highlights

Action from the second round on the Old Course at
St Andrews, where some of the world's top golfers are competing for the coveted Claret Jug - and could be battling to avoid an early exit. Last year at Royal Troon, Sergio Garcia , Nick Faido ,
Padraig Harrington and defending champion Ben Curtis all failed to make the cut. Introduced by Gary Lineker.
Director Ian Finch ; Editor Mark Cole 50 par excellence: page 15


Unknown: Sergio Garcia
Unknown: Nick Faido
Unknown: Padraig Harrington
Unknown: Ben Curtis
Introduced By: Gary Lineker.
Director: Ian Finch

: Newsnight

With Gavin Esler. (5)


Unknown: Gavin Esler.

: Newsnight Review

Grayson Perry , Tim Lott and Bonnie Greer are among host Mark Lawson 's guests airing their views on the latest developments in the cultural arena.
Producer Julian Birkett


Unknown: Grayson Perry
Unknown: Tim Lott
Unknown: Bonnie Greer
Unknown: Mark Lawson
Producer: Julian Birkett

: Later Presents.... Stanley Road Revisited

After the success of the Jam and the Style Council, Paul Weller 's career fell dormant. Here, he reflects on the album that marked the height of his renaissance as a solo artist, the million-selling Stanley Road. Cover artist Peter Blake, drummer Steve White and friend and fellow rock star Noel Gallagher contribute, and there's a look back at performances first seen on Later ... of tracks including Changingman, You Do Something to Me and I Walk on Gilded Splinters.
Directors Janet Fraser Crook and Simon Halfon
Producer Alison Howe


Subject: Paul Weller
Artist: Peter Blake
Interviewee: Steve White
Interviewee: Noel Gallagher
Director: Janet Fraser Crook
Director: Simon Halfon
Producer: Alison Howe

: Crossfire

Film noir starring Robert Young, Robert Mitchum and Robert Ryan.
A soldier murders a Jewish war veteran and is misguidedly protected by some fellow soldiers. But a policeman is determined the crime will not go unsolved.
Review page 54. (1947, PG) (BW)
Film Highlights: pages 44


Director: Edward Dmytryk
Finlay: Robert Young
Keeley: Robert Mitchum
Montgomery: Robert Ryan
Ginny: Gloria Grahame
Mitchell: George Cooper
Floyd: Steve Brodie
Leroy: William Phipps
Joseph Samuels: Sam Levene

: BBC Learning Zone

Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Myth and Music Composer Judith Weir on her series of works based on Scottish folk tales.
2.30 Gothic in India: Bombay Railway Station
8652351 3.20 Ever Wondered? 31958993 3.30 Finding a Voice - Alannah and Hannah 52852 4.00 An
English Education 46245 4.30 Family Ties - the Story of Adeline Yen Mah 66974 5.00 Open Advice - Staying on Course 59142 5.30 Ever Wondered?


Unknown: Judith Weir

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