With Paul Burden and Sara Coburn.
Timetable on Monday
Five gold medals were at stake in swimming and Sarah Hardcastle , the world short-course champion, was expected to carry British hopes in the 400m freestyle final, along with Commonwealth Games medallist
James Hickman in the men's 200m butterfly. Other overnight news includes gymnastics, equestrian and boxing events. Introduced by Steve Rider and Hazel Irvine.
Includingat 7.15,7.45 and 8.15 News
Extended highlights from Atlanta of all the overnight sporting action.
Five swimming titles were decided with Sarah Hardcastle aimingfor one of five potential gold medals, havingwon silver for the 400m freestyle and bronze for the 800m freestyle 12 years ago at the Los Angeles Olympics.
Gold medals were also decided in the men's team event in gymnastics, won in Barcelona four years ago by the Unified
Team offormer Soviet Republics. The final of the men's team event in weightlifting also took place and once again the Unified Team were strong contenders.
There was also plenty of action in the overnight boxing and yachting heats.
Plus, the latest news from others sports including volleyball, hockey, basketball and the equestrian events, Introduced by Gary Linekerand Hazel Irvine.
Includingat 11.00 and 12.00 News
Regional News and Weather
Gary Linekerand Hazel
There could be a British equestrian medal on the agenda as Britain's world champion three-day event team compete in the key cross-country stage this afternoon - an event which Australia won at Barcelona. With commentary by Michael Tuckerand Loma Clarke.
In the swimming pool, coverage offive qualifying events includes the men's
400m freestyle heats as European silver medallist Paul Palmer competes fora place in tonight's final.
Britain's men's hockey team - Olympic champions in 1988 - hope to repeat their gold medal success, as they continue their group games with a match against the highly regarded Dutch, who finished fourth in Barcelona.
There's also coverage of gymnastics and shooting events. Plus, the tennis competition gets under way with the first round of the singles, where Britain's
Wimbledon hero Tim Henman and Greg Rusedski will be in action today. Sue Barker introduces all the latest action from Atlanta.
Michael Tuckerand Loma
Mark bids farewell to Ramsay Street. Shown at 12.35pm For cast see Monday
With Martyn Lewis and Moira Stuart. Weather Suzanne Charlton
Introduced by Desmond Lynam from Atlanta.
Tonight's agenda includes live boxing and a gold medal to be decided in the judo competition. Plus, a review of earlier events in the swimming pool where Paul Palmerwas carrying
Britain's hopes in the heats of the men's 400m freestyle. Meanwhile,
Martin Harris started his Olympics bid in the 100m backstroke.
Hockey action continues with the British men's team facing a tough game against Holland in their second group game. Plus, a look at the women's team gymnastics event, and the start of the tennis competition.
Arthur's inquest begins. Albert Square gears up for a seventies disco night at the Cobra Club. See today's choices.
For cast see Thursday Stereo Subtitled ....
With Michael Buerk. subtitled Regional News
Weather Suzanne Charlton
First of a six-part series about the paranormal presented by Carol Vorderman.
Tonight, Chris Choi examines the mystery of spontaneous human combustion; Dr Richard Wiseman examines our belief in good and bad luck; and the story of afamily who blame an evil force fortheir soaring electricity bills.
See today's choices.
Producer David Morgenstern
Editor Liz Mills
PHONE LINE: Viewers can take part in Dr Richard Wiseman's research into "luck and the lottery" by phoning for a questionnaire on [number removed]
Introduced by Desmond Lynam.
12.31 Men's400m freestyle
12.49 Women's 200m breaststroke
Men's 100m backstroke
1.35 Women's 100m butterfly
1.57 Men's 4 x 100m freestyle relay)
2.25 Yachting, weightlifting, three-day eventing, boxing, tennis, volleyball, basketball
Timings are subject to alteration
The first gold medal of the evening will be decided in the women's team gymnastics competition, dominated in the past by the former Soviet Union.
Commentary by Barry Davies , Christine Still and Mitch Fenner.
Tonight's finals include the men's
400m freestyle, where Britain's Paul Palmer , the 1993 world short-course bronze medallist, will be in contention for his first Olympic medal.
Martin Harris is the main British hope in the men's 100m backstroke. Plus, finals in the women's 200m breaststroke, the women's 100m butterfly and the men's 4 400m freestyle.
Commentary by Hamilton Bland ,
Sharron Davies and Andy Jameson
Hockey Britain 's women's hockey team continue their campaign to improve on their bronze medal from Barcelona, with hosts the United States as their latest opponents. Commentary by Nigel Starmer-Smith and Cathy Harris.
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On a rubber plantation in Malaya, a couple live in fear of terrorist attack. Then a neighbouring bungalow is destroyed. Director Ken Annakin (1952)
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