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: CBBC: Batfink

: CBBC: Level Up

Sam and Mark get all wrapped up in bandaging, and the gamers prepare to get wet while washing their dogs.
Also on CBBC channel
Digital viewers can access the gamers performing three well known tunes karaoke style via the red button

Contributors

Presenters: Sam and Mark

: CBeebies: LazyTown

Robbie robs Sportacus of his memory.

: Golf: the Open

England's windswept North
West is the setting for this 135th staging of the British Open.
It's the 11th time the Royal
Liverpool Club at Hoylake, on the Wirral peninsula, has hosted the world's greatest golf tournament.
Gary Lineker presents live coverage of day one when the cream of the world's golfers will tee-off. A year ago Tiger Woods produced a masterful performance at St Andrews to finish five shots clear of Colin Montgomerie and claim his second Open title. Commentators are Peter Alliss and Ken Brown , with reports by Hazel Irvine. Highlights follow at 7.15pm.
Executive producers Paul Davies and Barbara Slater
VIDEO Plus+ code for 9.00am-2.00pm (non-PDC)
VIDEO Plus+ code for 2.00-7.15pm
(non-PDC) Radio Five Live has coverage from 9am C Digital viewers can access three screens offering a choice of player groups and daily highlights, plus a full leaderboard service and news section

Contributors

Unknown: Gary Lineker
Unknown: Colin Montgomerie
Unknown: Peter Alliss
Unknown: Ken Brown
Unknown: Hazel Irvine.
Producers: Paul Davies
Producers: Barbara Slater

: Today at the Open

Highlights from day one of the British Open at the Royal Liverpool Club, Hoylake, where Tiger Woods is looking to defend the title and get his hands on the famous Claret Jug for the third time in his illustrious career. Introduced by Mark Pougatch.

Contributors

Unknown: Tiger Woods
Introduced By: Mark Pougatch.

: RHS Tatton Park Flower Show

Joe Swift , Carol Klein and Rachel de Thame meet and greet garden lovers at the highlight of the North West's horticultural calendar at Tatton Park, near Manchester.
The theme here is "supernature" - mother nature displayed at her most spectacular best, be it in the huge floral marquee, the show gardens, the distinctive back-to-back gardens or the intimate plant-societies tent. Concludes tomorrow at 8pm.
Series producer Andy Vernon

Contributors

Unknown: Joe Swift
Unknown: Carol Klein
Producer: Andy Vernon

: Rick Stein's French Odyssey

2/10. Rick Stein 's gastronomic journey travelling the waterways of France takes him along the banks of the River Garonne, where he savours French provincial cooking such as magret de canard and petit sale. Other dishes include steak tartare.
Director/Producer David Pritchard

Contributors

Unknown: Rick Stein
Producer: David Pritchard

: Horizon

nTutankhamun's Fireball. Scattered in the sand of the Sahara are chunks of glass so old that they predate the ancient Egyptians - but the origin of this matter has been a scientific enigma, ever since a piece was found in Tutankhamun's tomb. Now a team of scientists has set out to finally solve the mystery. Their quest takes them on a perilous journey into the Great Sand Sea and the wastes of Siberia to gather evidence, and on to the test site of the world's first atomic bomb in New Mexico. What their search uncovers is a devastating new natural phenomenon - yet another cosmic threat to inspire the Hollywood scriptwriters. Producer Cynthia Page; Series editor Andrew Cohen Lost in Egypt - Decoding the Papyri is at 11.20pm

Contributors

Editor: Andrew Cohen

: Time Trumpet

Armando Iannucci, co-creator of The Thick of It and Alan Partridge, presents an exclusive preview of his forthcoming BBC2 comedy series.

Contributors

Presenter/Director: Armando Iannucci
Producer: Adam Tandy

: QI

Will cockneys, catfish and coal conspire to confuse contestants Bill Bailey , Rory McGrath , Phill Jupitus and Alan Davies ? Stephen Fry has the questions. Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer John Lloyd
Postponed from 1 July Phill Jupitus on Guillemots: page 30

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Bailey
Unknown: Rory McGrath
Unknown: Phill Jupitus
Unknown: Alan Davies
Unknown: Stephen Fry
Director: Ian Lorimer
Producer: John Lloyd
Unknown: Phill Jupitus

: Newsnight

With Martha Kearney.

Contributors

Unknown: Martha Kearney.

: Lost in Egypt - Decoding the Papyri: BBC4 on BBC2

It was an archaeological discovery in Egypt that was to revolutionise our attitudes to the Ancients. More than half a million documents - which included not only the lost works of Greek literary giants such as Homer, Sophocles and Sappho, but also records of daily life - offered a unique peak into a lost world. Last year, a century after they first came to light, cutting-edge technology developed by Nasa helped reveal some of the most significant finds to date.

Contributors

Producer: Mary Sackville-West
Executive Producer: David Okuefuna

: BBC News 24

(s - until 1am)

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
General Interest Repeats are not indicated
2.00 Homegrown Hollywood A night of short films showcasing emerging and established film-makers from the UK. Strong language, adult material.








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