Coverage of this year's world championship from the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, where a second-round match gets under way and another one continues.
Eight frames are scheduled to take place in each of the initial two sessions; the first player to win
13 frames overall will progress to the quarter-finals. Plus highlights of the morning matches and a look ahead to this evenings action. Commentators are Clive Everton, Dennis Taylor , John
Virgo Willie Thorne, Terry Griffiths and Neal Foulds. Introduced by RayStubbs. .
Live coverage, with a choice of tables. is available from 10am until close of play
Further coverage of the world championship from
Sheffield where the opening second-round match is scheduled to reach a conclusion. Mark Selby and Peter Ebdon are the players seeded to face each other tonight. Presented by Hazel Irvine , with commentary from John Virgo and Neal Foulds. r Digital viewers can access live coverage from Sheffield, with a a choice of tables, from 10am until close of play
Monty adds some new plants to the nectar bar and woodland glade, and takes the planting in the cottage garden in a new direction. Also, Carol finishes her new pond in Glebe Cottage, Devon, Joe and his family plant broad beans and goji berries in Enfield, north London, while Alys attempts to grow cacti from seed. Producer Andy Vernon ; Series producer Rosemary Edwards
(HD) www.gardenersworld.com Trailing busy Lizzie offer, plus Alan Titchmarsh 's tips: p30
Media entrepreneur Johann Gutenberg went to great lengths to keep his developmental work secret as he invented the printing press and thus started a cultural revolution. Stephen Fry travels across Europe to find out about the man, his invention, plus the avaricious investors and unscrupulous competitors involved. He then harnesses a team to build a copy of the press so they can print as Gutenberg once did and demonstrate the brilliance of his machine.
Director Patrick McGrady Shown last week on BBC4
Series five. Stephen Fry poses more quite interesting questions on the topic of exploration to guests Bill Bailey , Alan Davies , Rich Hall and Sean Lock.
Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer Piers Fletcher Why I Love ... QI: www.radiotimes.com/qi-blog
4/8. With the Charlatans, Was (Not Was), Eartha Kitt , Brandi Carlile and the Pigeon Detectives. Plus, a performance by the Yamato Drummers from Japan and a chat with former Animals frontman
Eric Burdon and Marshall Chess, son and nephew of the founders of Chess Records. Photo gallery: www.radiotimesxom/later-with-jools-holland
Series five. The Outcast. Riker embarks on a romance with a member of an androgynous race.
3.45 Cause and Effect. The crew relives the same disastrous experiences again and again when the Enterprise gets trapped in a time warp.
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