Presented by Steve Rider from Barcelona.
Today's heats feature Britain's Nick Gillingham , world record holder Mike Barrowman and Hungary's Norbert Rozsa in the men's 200m breaststroke.
Plus the men's 400m and the women's 800m freestyle heats.
The cross-country phase of the three-day event. With Raymond Brooks-Ward and Lorna Clarke.
Plus badminton, tennis and the rowing repechages.
The top match from the quarter-finals of the NatWest Trophy. ● STEREO
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From Glorious Goodwood, introduced by Julian Wilson.
2.30 Country Club Hotels Goodwood Stakes (Handicap. 2m 4f)
3.10 Sussex Stakes (1 m)
3.45 Scottish Equitable Richmond Stakes (6f)
4.15 Tote Gold Trophy Stakes (Handicap. Im4f)
Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Jimmy Lindley and John Hanmer.
Further coverage. ●STEREO
The men's springboard final.
More cross-country action.
Men's 400m freestyle and women's 100m butterfly finals.
Joe begins to realise his feelings for Melanie run deeper than friendship. Harold finds it more and more difficult to cope with Madge's over-protectiveness.
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There's an encounter at the Leducs' plus an unwelcome visitor for Ingrid. And who is the stranger looking for Pilar? Episode written by Valerie Georgeson (For cast see Monday.
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The series in which well-known people reveal how they coped with losing their health.
Maurice Gibb is a member of the successful pop group the Bee Gees. But behind three decades of hits and hype is the grim story of his slide into the depths of alcoholism.
From his millionaire home in Miami, he tells Lynn Redgrave how he hit rock bottom and nearly wrecked his marriage before finally beating the bottle less than a year ago. And his wife Yvonne talks movingly for the first time about how his recovery has given her and their children a new life.
Producer Sally Dixon
Series editor Michael Latham
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Highlights of the fifth day of Olympic action, with medal hopes for British competitors in the swimming, modern pentathlon and cycling. Plus highlights of the springboard diving final and the cross-country section of the three-day event.
Last part of the documentary series taking a comprehensive look at one of the world's most powerful organisations.
Moving Targets. With the crumbling of the Soviet empire, the CIA has been left searching for a new role. Tonight's programme looks at its activities in Iran and Central
America as well as its controversial involvement in the Iran-Contra affair and asks what kind of organisation the intelligence recruits of tomorrow will be joining.
New CIA director Robert Gates , who gives his first British television interview, says: "The CIA and US intelligence must change or confront irrelevance and growing sentiment for their dismantlement." He feels confident that in today's unstable world the CIA is needed as much as ever before.
Others remain to be convinced.
Executive producer George Carey Series producer Peter Molloy
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The last disciplines in the men's team final, won in Seoul by the now defunct USSR. The former
Soviet republics, now banded together as the Unified Team, will be in the medal hunt with China and Japan. With Barry Davies and Mitch Fenner.
The lightweight final. Joachim Kunz won East Germany's last ever weightlifting gold in this category in Seoul - but only after the disqualification of Bulgarian Angel Guenchev for drug abuse. With David Vine.
The men's and women's middleweight finals, with Kate Howey aiming to battle her way to a medal for Britain.
Commentary by Jim Neilly.
Plus, news of three wrestling finals and further preliminary bouts in the boxing ring.
Tonight's Midnight Movie is the pilot of the 70s detective series starring William Conrad
When the husband of an old friend is murdered, it is up to Frank Cannon , the rotund ex-cop, to catch the killer.
Director George McCowan
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