Western starring Dale Robertson and Virginia Mayo. Despite a warning from beautiful outlaw Abby Nixon, former US marshal Billy Reynolds becomes involved in a fatal shoot-out and is sentenced to ten years for murder at the notorious Arizona Territorial Prison. Review page 50. Director Alfred Werker (1953)
Live coverage of the second round of the Scottish Open from the spectacular but challenging course at Loch Lomond. Presented by Hazel Irvine, with commentary from Peter Alliss, Ken Brown and Wayne Grady. Coverage continues tomorrow.
If the golf overruns, digital viewers can catch live coverage via the red button (not Freeview after 6.45pm)
5/8. Why do so many people want to listen to music while standing in a muddy field? The Money Programme's Max Flint is joined by Myleene Klass to investigate why music and arts festivals have become such big business. It's estimated this year that over 500 different events will take place in an industry worth over a billion pounds. But, as they soon find out, it can be a risky business.
A celebration of summer borders at Berryfields, with plenty of hints and tips on how to maintain their flower power. Plus, the sensory garden gets a makeover with suggestions for suitable plants to stimulate our senses of smell, touch and sight. Producer Louise Hampden ; Series producer Rosemary Edwards www.gardenersworld.com BBC GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: Monty Don takes stock of his five years at Berryfields in the July issue. Out now, price Â£3.30 BBC GARDENS ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE: Carol Klein picks her favourite seven flowers for July in the July issue. Out now, price Â£3.85 Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel Alan Titchmarsh's tips: page 38
With climate change and its impact on our plants a key talking point at the show this year, RHS gardener Matthew Wilson visits the Loire Valley in France to find out how a warmer climate will impact on our gardens. Meanwhile back at Hampton Court, Rachel de Thame is in the Rose Marquee finding out about the Rose of the Year. Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Intelligent Second World War biographical drama starring Harvey Keitel and Stellan Skarsgard. An American war-crimes investigator attempts to bully the conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic into confessing to Nazi collusion. Review page 50. Director Istvan Szabo (2001,15)
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