With Steve Rider from Barcelona.
The semi-finals of the coxless pairs, which should include
Britain's Steve Redgrave and Matthew Pinsent in the men's event and Miriam Batten and Joanne Turvey in the women's.
This morning's heats feature
Mike Fibbens and Mark Foster in the shortest men's event, the 50m freestyle, and Sharron Davies in the women's 200m individual medley. Plus the men's 200m butterfly, 1500m freestyle and 100m backstroke, and the women's 4 x 100m individual medley.
Great Britain's men have a group match against India, who have won the gold medal eight times.
Plus boxing, badminton and tennis action.
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From Glorious Goodwood, introduced by Julian Wilson.
2.30 Lanson Champagne Vintage (7f)
3.10 Goodwood Cup (2m)
3.45 Schweppes Golden Mile (1 m)
4.15 King George Stakes (5f).
The final discipline of the three-day event - show jumping. The British, who won silver in the last two games, hope for their first Olympic gold in 20 years.
The finals of the men's 200m butterfly and the women's 200m individual medley.
Plus two shooting finals, tennis doubles, boxing and badminton.
Desmond Lynam introduces highlights of the sixth day.
Featuring American swimmers Matt Biondi and Janet Evans as they try to retain their freestyle titles, and the final, show jumping discipline of the three-day event. Plus a roundup of the other events and and a preview of the athletics, which begins tomorrow.
Michael Buerk presents some more real-life stories of extraordinary heroism and bravery reconstructed by the emergency services, actors and those people involved.
Tonight: a dramatic rescue in the skies above Wales as a trainee pilot has to be "talked down" to safety after the death of his instructor; and in Somerset a farmer fights his way back to health after an accident that leaves him with a broken back. Plus reporter Fiona Foster on the frontline with the rescue services, and tips on saving a life.
Executive producer Peter Salmon
Series producer Andy Batten-Foster
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The women's individual all-round final, a competition which has provided some fascinating duels over the years. In Seoul Yelena
Shushunova edged out a tearful Daniela Silivas by 0.025 of a point on her last vault.
Commentary by Barry Davies and Mitch Fenner.
The men's and women's half-middleweight finals.
Can Britain's Diane Bell repeat her gold medal performance in Seoul, when women's judo was a demonstration sport?
Commentary by Jim Neilly.
The middleweight final.
Tony Morgan competes for Britain. With David Vine.
Plus cycling news from the individual sprint semi-finals, and a reflection on the main events of the day.
This gangster drama starring Rod Steiger is tonight's Midnight Movie.
1919: a newcomer to Chicago, Al Capone begins his ruthless rise within the corrupt city's racketeering hierarchy.
Director Richard Wilson (Tomorrow's Midnight Movie is Villain) ● FILMS: pages 44-51
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