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: CBBC: Do Something Different

Mark Rhodes drives a stock-car.


Presenter: Mark Rhodes

: Golf: the Open

Gary Lineker and Hazel Irvine introduce comprehensive coverage of the second day's play of the Open championship from the Ailsa course at Turnberry in South Ayrshire, where Padraig Harrington will continue the defence of his title.
The Irishman shot a score of 68 at Royal Birkdale last year, which propelled him into a tie of fourth, three shots behind halfway leader KJ Choi of South Korea. Runner-up to Harrington in 2008 was Ian Poulter who, prior to the tournament, started alongside Paul Casey, Luke Donald and Rory Mcllroy as favourite to become the first British winner of this Major since Paul Lawrie beat Frenchman Jean Van de Velde in 1999. The commentary team is headed by Peter Alliss. See choice, page 98.


Unknown: Gary Lineker
Unknown: Hazel Irvine
Unknown: Padraig Harrington
Leader: Kj Choi
Unknown: Ian Poulter
Unknown: Paul Casey
Unknown: Luke Donald
Unknown: Rory McLlroy
Unknown: Paul Lawrie
Unknown: Peter Alliss.

: BBC Proms 2009:First Night of the Proms

Coverage of the first night of the 115th season, which begins on a grand scale with five soloists, chorus and orchestra. Jiri Belohlavek conducts the BBC Symphony Orchestra, with soprano Ailish Tynan and mezzo Alice Coote , pianists Stephen Hough and Katia and Marielle Labeque.
Tonight's programme includes Stravinsky's Fireworks, Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No 3 in E flat, Poulenc's Concerto for two pianos, Elgar's In the South (Alassio) and Brahms's Alto Rhapsody. During the interval, presenters Clive Anderson and Suzy Klein talk to the artists and special guests. Director Helen Mansfield; Series editor Oliver Macfarlane
Also broadcast on BBC Radio 3 from 7.30pm Simulcast In HD on the BBC HD channel SCHEDULE INFO AND PICKS: radiotlmes.com/proms
Alexander Armstrong on the Proms: page 12 The Inside Story: page


Unknown: Jiri Belohlavek
Soprano: Ailish Tynan
Pianists: Alice Coote
Pianists: Stephen Hough
Pianists: Marielle Labeque.
Presenters: Clive Anderson
Presenters: Suzy Klein
Director: Helen Mansfield
Editor: Oliver MacFarlane
Unknown: Alexander Armstrong

: Newsnight

Analysis of the day's events with Gavin Esler.


Unknown: Gavin Esler.

: Newsnight Review

The week's cultural highlights, with Martha Kearney. Producer Liz Gibbons
Followed by Weather <s)


Unknown: Martha Kearney.
Producer: Liz Gibbons

: T In the Park: Highlights

Highlights of the music festival held last weekend, including performances by Lily Allen, Razorlight, Manic Street Preachers, The Killers, Elbow, James Morrison, The Ting Tings, Pet Shop Boys, Snow Patrol, Keane and Lady GaGa. Edith Bowman,
Reggie Yates and Nick Grimshaw review the event at Balado in Perth and Kinross, Scotland.
Producer Tony Followell ; Exec producer Fiona White
Extra features relating to the music festival are available to viewers via the red button


Unknown: Lily Allen
Unknown: James Morrison
Unknown: Edith Bowman
Unknown: Reggie Yates
Unknown: Nick Grimshaw
Producer: Tony Followell
Producer: Fiona White

: The Wire

10/12, series three
Brother Mouzone returns to Baltimore on a mission of revenge, Marlo raises the stakes against the Barksdale gang, and Freamon comes up with an ingenious solution and ropes Bubbles in to help.
Shown on Monday at 11.20pm
2.35 11/12. Stringer and Avon reminisce about their careers while the police wire yields information about them. As Colvin awaits his fate, Carcetti follows a tip for Burrell and sees Amsterdam for himself.
Shown on Tuesday at 11.20pm For cast see page 70

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