Mr Tumble goes travelling.
Royal Birkdale is the venue, as Gary Lineker presents live coverage of the opening day's play in the 137th Open championship. This is the ninth time the course has hosted the event and the omens don't bode well for the British and European contingent, with the only golfers to win the Open here hailing from Australia and the USA. However, hopes of dispelling that particular curse will be boosted by the absence of world number one Tiger Woods, who is ruled out with a knee injury. Who will emulate last year's winner Padraig Harrington? Highlights at 7.15pm plus further coverage tomorrow from 9am.
Live coverage from Royal Birkdale, 9am to 7pm, followed by highlights through the night
In the bag: page 29
Hazel Irvine hosts highlights from the first day of the Open championship at Royal Birkdale. Tiger Woods began strongly when the tournament was last held here, but America's Mark O'Meara went on to lift the Claret Jug. Defending champion Padraig Harrington and in-form Lee Westwood will be among the favourites to take the prestigious title this time, while Justin Rose could lead the British challenge.
Digital viewers can access highlights through the night from Royal Birkdale until 9am tomorrow morning
In the bag: page 29
4/6. It's epic race time, as Jeremy Clarkson tries to drive the new Nissan GT-R across Japan faster than Richard Hammond and James May can make the same journey on a "bullet" train.
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2/12; series six. Stephen K Amos and Ed Byrne join regular panellists Frankie Boyle, Hugh Dennis, Russell Howard and Andy Parsons in the topical comedy quiz show. Hosted by Dara O'Briain.
Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Mark Leveson
2/6. A Donor There's chaos in the lab when the occupant of a cryogenics pod is unleashed. The defrosted protagonist turns out to be Sir Andrew Chother, who was put into suspended animation for being the world's most irritating man.
Writers Chris Addison and Carl Cooper
Director Adam Tandy ; Producer Simon Nicholls
Dr Alex Beenyman:
Prof John Mycroft:
Sir Andrew Chother:
2/8. Wummin'. Jack and Victor worry that Bert has been suffering since his wife died, while Winston has acquired a limp and a home help.
Writers Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill
Director/Producer Michael Hines
Presented by Gavin Esler. Followed by Weather
7/13. In an extended version of Tuesday's edition actor and writer Chris Addison discusses his new sitcom Lab Rats, and US TV producer David Simon talks about his hit drama The Wire. <s)
Series six. Cauliflower. Donna gives Gaz an answer to his proposal, and Janet finds a new way of supporting her Child. First shown on BBC3
21/22; series five. Reese Joins the Army 1/2. Reese decides to salvage his dire situation by joining the army. Repeated tomorrow at 3.05am
1.00 22/22. Reese Joins the Army 2/2. The soldier goes missing. Rptd tomorrow, 3.30am