Keith Duffy , Kate Heavenor and Vernon Kay host an interactive
Saturday morning of celebrities, music, chat and competitions. Music this week comes from singers Gabrielle and Samantha Mumba , and there's a look behind the scenes on the set of the new Steps video in FBi Spy.
Plus comedy with Kenan and Kel. Producers Gail Hendrie and Simon Parsons Executive producer Claire Mundell
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Live coverage from Horse Guards Parade in London, where the Queen takes the salute as the Queen's Colour of the Second Battalion is trooped by Seven Company Coldstream Guards.
Eric Robson describes the scene as the officers, guardsmen and musicians of the Household
Division celebrate the sovereign's official birthday. Highlights are on BBC2 at 6.20pm.
Director Ian Russell ; Producer
David Pickthall (S) (W)
Introduced by Sue Barker.
12.25 Football Focus RayStubbs previews this evening's clash between England and Germany, coverage of which starts at
7.15pm, and looks back at the opening week of Euro 2000.
1.00 Athletics Focus Roger Black introduces the latest athletics news as the countdown to the Sydney Olympics continues.
1.30 Tennis Live coverage of the semi-finals of the Stella Artois championships from Queen's
Club in London. With Wimbledon just a week away, these championships are always an excellent form guide. Britain's top two, Tim Henman and Greg Rusedski , are joined in the draw by defending champion
Pete Sampras , who will be pleased to be back on grass after a poor showing at the French Open.
Commentary comes from
John Barrett , David Mercer , Pat Cash , Mark Cox and Chris Bailey.
Plus Boxing Action from last night's WBF super-middleweight clash between Britain's
Stevie Roberts and Dingaan Thobela of South Africa at the Royal National Hotel, London. Roberts, one of British boxing's brightest talents, is unbeaten in 19 contests, but faces a tough challenge from Thobela, one of Africa's strongest and most durable boxers. Jim Neilly commentates. Producer Jonny Bramley ; Executive editor Dave Gordon (W)
The Oscar-winning family comedy adventure. Babe, an orphaned pig, is raised on a farm by the sheepdog Fly. Although he is destined for the dinner table, Babe astonishes Farmer Hoggett and his fellow farmyard animals when he shows talent as a "sheep-pig".
Director Chris Noonan (1995, U) (S) (W) Film of the week: p55
Tension mounts as the Vic prepares for the kickoff, but Phil has a surprise for Dan. Rosa is worried about her sons' relationships and Sonia struggles to get Jamie's attention. This week's episodes written by Tony Basgallop ; Producer Emma Turner
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Soap and Flannel with Alison Graham : p34
Germany Gary Lineker introduces live coverage of England's vital Group A clash with Germany at the Stade Communal in Charleroi, Belgium (kickoff 7.45pm).
In a tight group England cannot afford to slip up against their old rivals as they bid for a quarter-final place. Four years ago Germany ended England's hopes of a place in the Euro 96 final in a sudden-death shoot-out. Today's match will not go to penalties, but offers Euro 96 survivors such as David Seaman , Tony Adams and Alan Shearer the ideal opportunity to redress the balance. Neither side impressed in qualifying, but that means nothing as two of the big names in world football go head to head once again.
Highlights are at 12 midnight and a complete rerun of the match can be seen at 1.45am. See Choice.
Producer Paul McNamara ; Executive editor Niall Sloane (S) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/euro
It's our turn ... even the Germans think so: p20; Alan Hansen : p22
Boxing drama, concluding the run of Rocky films starring Sylvester Stallone. Bankrupt and having suffered brain injuries in the ring, Rocky is forced to move back to his old neighbourhood, unable to get a licence to fight again.
Then he is persuaded to train young fighter Tommy Gunn.
Director John G Avildsen (1990, PG) (S) (W) Films: pp 62-65 **
Followed by Weathervlew
George Washington Duke:
Ray Stubbs introduces highlights of England's crucial clash with Germany, plus action from the other Group A match between Romania and Portugal, which could have a real impact on England's progress in the competition. Producer Lakviar Singh ; Editor Andrew Clement
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Another chance to see the long-awaited meeting between England and Germany, plus complete coverage of today's other Group A match: Romania v Portugal atArnhem.
Producer Lakviar Singh ; Editor Andrew Clement (S)
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