Cricket: Second Test
Further live coverage of the England v New Zealand match.
The final day of the race meeting, where the title of Ascot's top jockey will be decided. Including races at 2.30,
3.05 and 3.45.
(The King's Stand Stakes at 4.20pm is on BBC2)
Annalise tries a spot of blackmail, while Doug's brush with danger forces him to make a tough decision.
Darren Stark (Freddo):
Germany v Bolivia
Live from Soldier Field, Chicago, a vast amphitheatre with a capacity in excess of 66,000, the opening ceremony and first match in the 1994 World Cup. From a country famed for the spectacular - except in football, perhaps - tonight's occasion and the 52 matches which culminate in the final in 30 days time promise a tournament to remember.
Germany, who qualified as holders of the trophy, open the competition with a Group C match against Bolivia, who reached the United States as runners-up to Brazil in their South American group.
Introduced from London by Desmond Lynam with Terry Venables and Jimmy Hill, commentary by Barry Davies and Trevor Brooking. Other celebrities who will be part of the BBC's World Cup team are Alan Hansen, Gary Lineker, Garth Crooks, John Fashanu, Liam Brady, Chris Waddle and Steve Coppell.
Second-half coverage continues at 9.00pm on BBC Two.
Stories of heroism and bravery, reconstructed by the emergency services, actors and those involved in the rescues.
Introduced by Michael Buerk. Tonight: the story of a 9-year-old boy who spent five hours trapped in a tiny air bubble in a cave deep underground; a motorway lorry crash which leaves a man with such terrible injuries that no one believes he can possibly survive; and a helicopter out of control with a mountain rescuer dangling helplessly on the end of a winch. Plus practical tips on how to help someone suffering from hypothermia, and what you can do if you are first at the scene of an accident.
Series producer Andrea Brown
Executive producer Andy Batten-Foster
999 LIFESAVER GUIDE: details of safety information featured throughout the series can be obtained by sending a cheque for Â£2.50 made payable to BBC Education, to: [address removed]. More details on Ceefax page 62
Comedy thriller starring
Chevy Chase Dudley Moore
Gloria Mundy gets more than she bargained for when she offers a stranger a lift.
Recently-divorced librarian Gloria becomes a murder suspect overnight. The chase is then on to prove her innocence before she becomes the next victim. Archbishop Thorncrest/His twin
Director Colin Higgins (1978)
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