Keith Duffy , Kate Heavenorand Vernon Kay welcome pop guests Atomic Kitten, who play their new single / Want Your Love, while dance outfit Black Legend and girl duo Daphne and Celeste are also performing.
As the curtain comes up on Euro 2000 this week's FBi ViP is England coach Kevin Keegan , Hollyoaks stars Paul Danan and James Redmond are also in the studio, while Girl Thing feature in FBi Spy. Plus a look at kite buggying, comedy with Kenan and Kel and Rugrats. and action with X Men.
Producers Gail Hendrie and Simon Parsons Executive producer Claire Mundell
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Introduced by Sue Barker.
12.20 Football Focus
Ray Stubbs , live from Amsterdam, sets the scene for Euro 2000 as it gets underway in Belgium and the Netherlands. He also looks ahead to England's first game against Portugal, highlights of which are on Monday at 11.30pm.
12.55 Athletics Focus
Roger Black with the latest news and features from the track-and-field world, including a preview of the Grand Prix which begins this week.
1.30 Tennis Live coverage of the women's final in the French
Open from the Roland Garros clay courts in Paris.
Steffi Graf won the French
Open last year, but her retirement has paved the way for a brace of youngsters to fill the chasm, including
Lindsay Davenport and Martina Hingis , who are the favourites to contest this match. However, this tournament has proved notoriously unpredictable in the past, and it is not inconceivable that one of the five French seeds could pull off a famous home victory on the clay courts.
Commentary is by John Barrett and Virginia Wade. (S)
4.30 Golf The Royal Liverpool Golf Club hosts this year's amateur championship, the premier event for unpaid players, featuring competitors from 28 countries. Commentary from Steve Rider , Ken Brown and Alex Hay.
Executive producer Martin Hopkins
Editor Michael Cole (W)
Gaby Roslin hosts the last show of the series with more hopeful contestants, including the chance to fly a spitfire jet, a VIP day out with opera diva Lesley Garrett and an opportunity to perform in a London theatre.
Director Jonathan Bullen ; Producers Claire Horton and Amanda Wilson
Guest players Gary Wilkinson , Anthony Hamilton and John Parrott join host Jim Davidson for the game show in which snooker fans are teamed with top professionals in a bid to win top prizes. John Virgo referees.
Director Duncan Cooper ; Producer David Taylor (R) (S)
Simon Mayo hosts the quiz show where 49 contestants compete to win a round-the-world trip. Plus the winning numbers in the Thunderball and National Lottery draws.
Director Ian Hamilton ; Producer David Briggs (S) (W)
Community Spirit. A young boy from a rundown estate disappears, but with community officer Pete suspended from duty, the investigation flounders.
Written by Chris Murray ; Producer Ken Horn ; Director David Innes Edwards
Followed by National Lottery Update
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Romantic comedy starring Harrison Ford and Julia Ormond. For prosperous Linus Larrabee , even his brother David's imminent marriage is part of a carefully orchestrated business deal. So when David's head is turned by Sabrina, the family chauffeur's beautiful daughter, Linus resolves to protect his financial interests.
Director Sydney Pollack (1995, PG) (S) (W) Films: pp 60-67 ***
Teach yourself Julia Ormond : page 58
Ray Stubbs introduces highlights of Belgium v Sweden from the first day of Euro 2000 for the Henri Delaunay trophy, plus a look at tomorrow's fixtures. E-mail the panel of guests with your opinions via firstname.lastname@example.org Producer Lakviar Singh ; Editor Andrew Clement
Repeated tomorrow at 7.45am (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/euro
Complete coverage of Belgium v Sweden, the opening
Group B match of the tournament, played earlier today at the King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels.
Producer Paul McNamara ; Executive editor Niall Sloane Jonathan Ross talks to Gary Lineker page 20; Commentary teams: page 22; This week's matches - Sport: page 45; Music: page 46
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