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Flowers go missing.
A visit to South Africa.
Testing new gadgets.
Spud pretends to be a tree.
Can Clifford find lost keys?
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Farcical comedy starring Peter Ustinov. Remember the Alamo?
General Maximilian Rodrigues de Santos of Mexico does, and in 1969 he sets out to reoccupy the Texas mission. Review page 52. Director Jerry Paris (1969, U)
Adrian Chiles talks to Stephen Fry, there's a look at Iceland's fishing industry, plus viewers' tax queries answered.
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Live coverage of the second round of the Scottish Open. A record £2.4 million is on offer, with a first prize of £400,000.
At this point in 2004, French player Gregory Havret claimed the halfway lead. He finished with a pair of stunning birdies for a round of 64, ending on 133, nine under par. Phillip Price, David Howell and Ian Poulter were second on 134. A further eight players were jostling for position, going into the weekend on 135. Hosted by Steve Rider.
Derby welcomes Paul Martin and the antiques team. Producer Peter Smith ; Executive producer Tom Ware
The Money Programme puts McDonald's under the microscope. Two years ago the fast food giant was making losses for the first time, and under attack from the health lobby. A new menu, with salads and fruit, helped them back into the black. Now they're launching a campaign encouraging customers to exercise. Will this tactic work? Rajan Datar reports. Producer Donna Sharpe ; Editor Clive Edwards
A steeply sloping site in Dartmouth receives the attentions of Chelsea award-winning designer Mary Reynolds. Presented by James Alexander-Sinclair .
Producer Paul Vanezis ; Series producer Vanessa Jackson
From its Persian roots to the present day, Joe Swift looks at how the walled garden has changed and how practical features can be adapted in gardens today. Plus the restoration of Tatton Park's kitchen garden back to its Edwardian heyday. Gardeners' World returns with another special on 29 July.
Producer Nicky Taylor ; Series producer Sarah Moors BBC GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: £2.95. monthly
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3/3. Charlie and Joe compete to make the best hanging basket. Wesley Kerr visits a plot grown for the Crisis charity that will, when the show is over, be uprooted and planted in London. There's a peek at local radio gardens inspired by VE Day celebrations, and a look at different aspects of topiary. <s)
A Life in the Day. Will Self, Bob Geldof , Tony Hawks, Rory McGrath , Rick Stein , John Sessions bemoan rubbish in newspapers, designer coffee bars, keep-fit fads, fast food, banks and "going to a disco". Producer Alan Lewens ; Executive producer Stuart Prebble
With Gavin Esler.
Julie Myerson, Mark Kermode and John Carey air their views on the cultural week with Tim Marlow.
Regional Variations (2)
Jools is joined by Senegal's Youssou N'Dour, Benin's Angelique Kidjo and Mali's Ali Farka Toure.
Roger Corman 's riotous comic horror, starring Jonathan Haze and featuring Jack Nicholson. Dim-wit
Seymour develops a plant which craves human blood. Review page 52. (1960, PG) (BW)
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated.
2.00 The Myth of Medea Authenticity in Greek
Tragedy 89644 2.30 Sounds of Paradise Papua New Guinea music. 68151 3.00 The Baptistery, Padua
The 14th-century marvel. 96977 3.30 Gothic In India Bombay Railway Station. East meets West.
4.30 Powers of the President Bureaucracy, Court & Media. Interviews with ex-presidents. 1585248 5.20 Ever Wondered? Anita Roddick on people power. 5415606 5.30 Who Belongs to Glasgow?