Live coverage of the Masters tournament from London's Royal Albert Hall. John McEnroe and Biorn Borg are among the names expected to be in action. Introduced by John Inverdale. Commentators:
Andrew Castle and John Lloyd.
Producer Kate McKeag 0 Digital viewers can watch the second quarter-final 2.45-6.00pm
4/4. Europe on the Brink. As the photographers travel east across Europe, the tensions that gave rise to the First World War become increasingly evident. Producer Mick Conefrey ; Executive producer David Okuefuna
(Revised repeat from BBC4)
While the sale of cut flowers in the UK has reached an all-time high, 85 per cent of the market is dominated by overseas suppliers. Sarah Raven meets British growers blossoming in an ever-expanding market. Producer Juliet Glaves ; Series producer Rosemary Edwards
www.gardenersworld.com BBC GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: Monty Don reflects on a year at Berryfields in the December issue. Available now, price £3.30 Alan Titchmarsh 's tips: page 40
10/10. As Henry begins to consolidate his power, the exiled Wolsey turns to an unlikely source of support in an attempt to regain his influence.
Anthony Knivert Callum Blue
Repeated tomorrow (HD) Programme guide at www.radiotimes.com/the-tudors
King Henry VIII:
Cardinal Thomas Wolsey:
Sir Thomas More:
Sir Thomas Boleyn:
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