Live coverage of the second day at Carnoustie in Angus, Scotland, as the world's leading golfers continue their campaigns, including Tiger Woods trying to win three Opens in a row. Further coverage tomorrow, plus highlights tonight at 7.15pm. Radio Five Live coverage from 9am to 7pm
Digital viewers can press red to access live coverage with dedicate streaming from holes 16,17 and 18, plus highlights and a leaderboard from 9am to 7pm. That sinking feeling: page 28
The pressure was on to avoid the cut on this second day of the oldest and most famous tournament in the world. Hazel Irvine introduces the highlights from Scotland's Carnoustie. L Digital viewers can press red to access highlights of the day's play from 7.45pm until 9.45am tomorrow morning
2/2. A second visit to this major RHS horticultural event takes in Joe Swift 's introduction to a floral Wallace and Gromit. Meanwhile, Carol Klein gets useful tips from regular visitors and Rachel de Thame finds out how to grow and enjoy herb tea at home. There's also a masterclass in vegetable plots from a surprise visitor. See yesterday's choice. (5)
Monty Don gets to work keeping the vegetable garden cropping, while Carol Klein attempts to get the best performance she can from her perennial plants. Joe Swift provides tips on how to look after a garden and still enjoy a relaxing holiday. Producer Louise Hampden
Series producer Rosemary Edwards VIDEO PODCAST: download the team's specialist guide to a chosen topic, at www.bbc.co.uk/gardenersworld Alan Titchmarsh 's garden jobs: page 30
A profile of the fell walker from Blackburn, Alfred Wainwright , whose gloriously personable pictorial guides to the Lake District are cherished by enthusiasts and have sold more than two million copies. Director Josh Halil ; Executive producer Eric Harwood
Shown last Friday on BBC4
Martha Kearney and guests discuss the week's cultural highlights, and possibly the lowlights, too.
Producer Clare Walmsley ; Series producer Tanya Hudson VIDEO PODCAST: download the best of the week's interviews. reports and discussions, at www.bbc.co.uk/newsnight Followed by Weather
New series 1/3. The dynamic impact of black American and Caribbean influences on British music and society, from the strait-laced 1950s to the multcultural sounds of today. Contributors include Tom Jones , Elton John , Van Morrison and Paul Weller. Director/Series producer Jeremy Marre
First shown on BBC4
1/8; series two. The Announcement
Newlywed Kath's libido deserts her, while Kim's marriage hangs in the balance.
1.05 2/8. Inside Out. Kath is irritated by Kel's attempts to take over the cooking and cleaning.
Fritz Lang 's thriller starring Joan Bennett and Michael Redgrave. A women marries a man after a whirlwind romance in Mexico, but she gradually makes a chilling discovery about her new husband. Review page 45.
(1948, PG) (BW)
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