Live coverage of the second day's play in the PGA championship at the West Course in Wentworth, Surrey. Last year three-time champion Colin Montgomerie shot a 76 in the second round and had an anxious wait to see if he had made the cut. The Scot eventually made it through to the weekend by one shot.
Presented by Gary Lineker , with commentary from Peter Alliss and Ken Brown.
Over the last week, the seven regional finalists have vied for the chance to cook at the Gherkin in London.
Tonight, the judges chew over the best from each course, but it's the viewers' vote that will decide the outcome.
It's People's Day at the exhibition and there's the chance to ask Alan Titchmarsh and the team anything about the world's ultimate flower show.
Coverage concludes tomorrow on BBC2. (HD) Vote for the ultimate winning garden from a shortlist of four in the BBC/RHS People's Award at www.bbc.co.uk/chelsea, or by phone (details on the day), from 12 noon today until 11am tomorrow
Digital satellite and cable viewers have a choice of two streams: tours of all gardens; and Carol Klein and Chris Beardshaw 's guides (Freeview is showing a combination of the above)
BBC GARDENERS' WORLD LIVE: 11-15 June at Birmingham NEC. For tickets call [number removed] or visit www.bbcgardenersworldlive.com To George, with Love: page 24
FREE BBC Gardeners' World magazine offer: page 27
3/4. In the Shadow of Volcanos. Many challenges lie in wait as the team reaches the Andean plateau, with Judith and Liam, the youngest members of the group, facing their most testing part of the trip - climbing the slopes of the live volcano Cotopaxi.
Series producer David Johnson ; Executive producer Rob Maciver Signed repeat next week on BBC1 The Inside Story: page
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