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Olympic Grandstand

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Presented by Sue Barker and Steve Rider.
5.15 Olympic Report The latest highlights.
5.25-6.55 Swimming Australia's Ian Thorpe and USA's Michael Phelps are both favourites for gold in the men's
400m freestyle and 400m individual medley respectively. Commentary by Andy Jameson and Adrian Moorhouse.
5.30 Men's 400m individual medley final.
5.35 Women's 100m butterfly semi-final.
5.50 Men's 400m freestyle final.
6.05 Women's 400m individual medley final.
6.25 Men's 100m breaststroke semi-final.
6.45 Women's 4xl00m freestyle final.
6.55 Sailing A round-up of the day's action in Greece, where Britain's sailors launched their Olympic campaigns. With Suzi Perry and Richard Simmons.
7.00 Olympic Report The headlines so far. DIGITAL AND INTERNET VIEWERS: digital satellite and cable viewers can choose from four extra Olympic events, and Freeview viewers from two extra events, by pressing the red handset button. Internet users can watch five streams of live footage at www.bbc.co.uk/olympics
RT's interactive Olympic TV planner: centre pages

Contributors

Presented By: Sue Barker
Presented By: Steve Rider.
Unknown: Ian Thorpe
Unknown: Michael Phelps
Commentary By: Andy Jameson
Commentary By: Adrian Moorhouse.
Unknown: Suzi Perry
Unknown: Richard Simmons.






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