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Golf: The Open

2011

Day 3, Part 1

Duration: 2 hours

on BBC One HD

Hazel Irvine presents early coverage as the third round of the 140th Open Championship from Royal St George's begins, and the players look to post competitive clubhouse scores. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Hazel Irvine
Commentator:
Peter Alliss
Commentator:
Ken Brown
Commentator:
Andrew Cotter
Commentator:
Wayne Grady
Commentator:
Mark James
Commentator:
Philip Parkin
Commentator:
Maureen Madill
Reporter:
Mark Pougatch
Executive Producer:
Paul Davies
Commentator:
Gary Evans

Regional Variations (16)

South East Today

BBC One South East

Spotlight

BBC One South West
BBC One Channel Islands

Points West

BBC One West

Midlands Today

BBC One West Midlands

Look North (Yorkshire)

BBC One Yorkshire

Reporting Scotland

BBC One Scotland

BBC Wales Today

BBC One Wales

BBC Newsline

BBC One Northern Ireland

Look East

BBC One East
BBC One Cambridgeshire

East Midlands Today

BBC One East Midlands

Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)

BBC One Yorks & Lincs

BBC London

BBC One London

Look North (North East and Cumbria)

BBC One North East & Cumbria

North West Today

BBC One North West

South Today

BBC One South
BBC One Oxfordshire

Duration: 15 minutes

on BBC One HD

Please switch over to BBC One for the latest news from your area. Programming will resume on BBC One HD after the bulletin.

Regional Variations (16)

South East Today

BBC One South East

Spotlight

BBC One South West
BBC One Channel Islands

Points West

BBC One West

Midlands Today

BBC One West Midlands

Look North (Yorkshire)

BBC One Yorkshire

Reporting Scotland

BBC One Scotland

BBC Wales Today

BBC One Wales

BBC Newsline

BBC One Northern Ireland

Look East

BBC One East
BBC One Cambridgeshire

East Midlands Today

BBC One East Midlands

Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)

BBC One Yorks & Lincs

BBC London

BBC One London

Look North (North East and Cumbria)

BBC One North East & Cumbria

North West Tonight

BBC One North West

South Today

BBC One South
BBC One Oxfordshire

Duration: 15 minutes

on BBC One HD

Please switch over to BBC One for the latest news from your area. Programming will resume on BBC One HD after the bulletin.

Walk on the Wild Side

Series 2

Episode 3

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One HD

Talking animal comedy. A game of hide-and-seek goes horribly wrong, Sid the monkey is troubled by his conscience, and the World's Strongest Roos get competitive.

Contributors

Voice-over:
Jason Manford
Voice-over:
Pal Aron
Voice-over:
Jason Byrne
Voice-over:
Steve Edge
Voice-over:
Sarah Millican
Voice-over:
Harry Peacock
Voice-over:
Jon Richardson
Voice-over:
Isy Suttie
Voice-over:
Gavin Webster
Additional Voices:
Mark Perry
Executive Producer:
Caroline Wright
Series Producer:
Mark Lucey
Writer:
Alex Horne
Writer:
Isy Suttie
Writer:
Steve Edge

Genres

Total Wipeout

Series 3

Episode 5

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC One HD

Richard Hammond presents the game show in which 20 Brits tackle an obstacle course in Argentina for a £10,000 prize. Amanda Byram co-hosts from course-side in Buenos Aires. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Richard Hammond
Presenter:
Amanda Byram
Executive Producer:
Andy Rowe
Series Producer:
Andrew Norgate

Tonight's the Night

Series 3

Episode 2

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC One HD

John Barrowman makes more dreams come true for some special people. Girls Aloud singer Nicola Roberts duets with a fan, and Chris Boardman races a cycling-mad charity fundraiser. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
John Barrowman
Participant:
Nicola Roberts
Participant:
Danielle Hope
Participant:
Jodie Prenger
Executive Producer:
Louise Rainbow
Executive Producer:
Eileen Herlihy
Series Producer:
David Hall

Duration: 50 minutes

on BBC One HD

Dale Winton hosts the quiz show where contestants compete to be in the right place at the right time in a bid to win a big money jackpot. Including the National Lottery draws. Show more

Casualty

Series 25

Episode 44: Pascal's Wager

Duration: 49 minutes

on BBC One HD

The stress of Mads' attack weighs ever heavier on her. Will the truth finally out?

Contributors

Dylan Keogh:
William Beck
Mads Durrani:
Hasina Haque
Zoe Hanna:
Sunetra Sarker
Lenny Lyons:
Steven Miller
Jeff Collier:
Matt Bardock
Kathleen 'Dixie' Dixon:
Jane Hazlegrove
Linda Andrews:
Christine Tremarco
Tess Bateman:
Suzanne Packer
Nick Jordan:
Michael French
Jay Faldren:
Ben Turner
Big Mac:
Charles Dale
Noel Garcia:
Tony Marshall
Ash Murad:
Chris Ryman
Rachel Lan:
Anita Dobson
Producer:
Lucy Raffety
Director:
Reza Moradi
Mendel Lan:
Andrew Sachs
Craig Scranton:
James Burrow
Becca Matlock:
Darcy Willison
Fenn Thomas:
Kerensa York
DI Berkeley:
Ashley Artus
Sam 'Sammy' Ronson:
Rayna Campbell

Duration: 40 minutes

on BBC One HD

Lee Mack hosts the celebrity-packed entertainment show. Joining Lee are soap diva Joan Collins, surreal comic Ross Noble, and the hottest boyband on the block, The Wanted. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Lee Mack
Series Producer:
Andrew Cartmell
Executive Producer:
Neil Webster
Interviewed Guest:
Joan Collins
Interviewed Guest:
Ross Noble

Filmed in front of a packed house at the Liverpool Empire Theatre, John Bishop delights his home crowd, making the trials and tribulations of everyday life hilarious. Show more

Contributors

Performer:
John Bishop
Executive Producer:
Jim Reid
Executive Producer:
Alan Marke
Producer:
Gary Matsell
Director:
Paul Wheeler
Executive Producer:
Lisa Thomas

Duration: 1 hour, 30 minutes

on BBC One HD

Comedy misadventures of a lawyer (Tom Hanks) and his girlfriend, who plan to renovate a big, decrepit house in the New York suburbs but soon find themselves in over their heads. Show more

Contributors

Walter Fielding:
Tom Hanks
Anna Crowley:
Shelley Long
Max Beissart:
Alexander Godunov
Art Shirk:
Joe Mantegna
Jack Schnittman:
Josh Mostel

Genres

Formats

BBC One HD

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