From just off the fairway, Hazel Irvine has live coverage of the players' second rounds in this year's British Masters, from the Brabazon Course at the Belfry, Sutton Coldfield. Young Rory Mcllroy will be hoping to feature on the leaderboard as his stock's been steadily rising since he turned professional last year. Peter Alliss, Ken Brown and Andrew Cotter commentate and keep an eye on who's going to make the cut. Coverage continues tomorrow.
2/12; series three. Always Check the Forecast
The Rev David worries about the families of four men who are planning to row across the Atlantic. Series producer Nigel Farrell ; Exec producer Paul Sommers
Toby Buckland makes the benefits of a small greenhouse transparently obvious and pays a visit to Joe on the allotment. Meanwhile Carol looks at the best bulbs for a gravel garden.
Series producer Rosemary Edwards gardenersworld.com Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel BBC GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: October issue - how to use architectural plants in an autumn garden. Out 30 Sep. price Â£3.30 Alan Titchmarsh's tips: page 20
9/10; series two. After losing her child, Anne's hopes for a lasting marriage with the King evaporate and rumours of adultery soon surround her, leading to arrest and the severest of punishments. And Henry sees that the Seymours find themselves increasingly closer to the top table at court.
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King Henry VIII:
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