i Highlights of England's crucial clash with Germany.
Shown yesterday at 12 midnight (S)
Katy Hill and Matt Smith are back with all the latest news and views of England's game against Germany and a look forward to their final Group A match against : Romania on Tuesday.
David Frost talks to those in the news and reviews the papers with his guests. Including at
9.00 News, with weather later. Executive editor Andrew Thompson
Editor Barney Jones (S)
John Walters joins a choir for people who cannot sing, while Toyah Willcox takes a Cornish artist on a helicopter trip that will change his life. Presented by Esther McVey and Paul Ross.
Executive producer Chris Loughlin (W)
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Comedy series starring Angela Thorne and Michael Elphick.
Your Place or Mine? Angie and Nick have a baby and decide to alleviate their financial plight by letting out their basement.
Written by Richard Ommanney (R) (S)
Reports on the latest rural affairs with John Craven. Plus weather for the week ahead. (S)
John Humphrys reports on the latest issues and interviews top politicians. Including 12.00 News. Editor David Jordan (S) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/otr
The British Are Coming. The pilot episode of the comedy set in a cafe in Nazi-occupied France. Written by David Croft and Jeremy Lloyd
To celebrate the series' tenth birthday, three previous winners prepare meals, incorporating a bottle of champagne somewhere
1 in their menus. Chef Michel Roux and actress Julia Sawalhajoin ! presenter Loyd Grossman to
| judge the results. (S)
Slovenia v Spain
Live coverage of this Group C match from the Amsterdam Arena (kickoff is at 5pm). Spain have gained a reputation in recent ' years for failing to perform on the big stage, while Slovenia have proved they are capable of beating higher-ranked opponents by winning the playoff against
Ukraine to qualify for Euro 2000. Hosted by Gary Lineker. A full rerun is at 1.35am. (S) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/euro
With Euro 2000 fever sweeping the nation, Terry Wogan looks at the lighter side of international football with bags of bloomers and entertaining insights from BBC football expert Mark Lawrenson and comedian Kevin Day.
Director Ben Kellett ; Producer Tom Webber (S)
Norway v Yugoslavia
Live coverage from the Sclessin stadium in Liege, Belgium, (kickoff 7.45pm) in the second of today's Group C games.
Some familiar faces are more than likely to feature in the Norwegian side, with Manchester United's
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Henning Berg , as well as Chelsea's Tore Andre Flo in the squad. The team qualified by finishing top of theirgroup by a comfortable margin and are a difficult side to beat. The Yugoslavians, however, are for many people the dark horses of the competition and could do well if the likes of Fiorentina striker Predrag Mijatovic and Lazio defender Sinisa Mihajlovic can hit top form.
Introduced by Gary Lineker. This match, along with today's other game, is being reshown at 1.35am. (S) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/euro
With George Alagiah. Weather John Kettley. (S)
Continuing the series in which Ruby Wax journeys back to her homeland to uncover remarkable people and situations in American society. This week Wax visits Los Angeles to meet Ron Harris , the first man to sell human eggs and sperm on the internet. Through him she meets two young models who are trying to sell their eggs, plus the website's only male model. Finally she talks with a young, single Manhattan executive who is desperate to become a father. Contains strong language. See Choice. Director Chris Rodley ; Executive producer David Blake Knox (S) (W) Alison Graham 's TV review: page 50
A compilation of sketches culled from Harry Enfield's TV series that recall the comic trials and tribulations of his angst-ridden creation Kevin. With Harry Enfield, Kathy Burke, Louisa Rix, Stephen Moore and Duncan Preston.
Director CliveTulloh; Producer Dewi Humphreys (R) (S) (W)
Continuing the series examining the values, attitudes and religious and spiritual beliefs shaping modem Britain. ! Family Matters. With 40 per cent of marriages ending in divorce, a growing number of single mothers and more people choosing to live together, the traditional family is under huge pressure. Michael Buerk asks whether the family can or should be saved, and whether the old ideals of "no sex outside marriage" and "till death us do part" are no longer considered relevant in today's society. Series producer Graham Judd ; Executive producer David Coomes
Followed by Weathervlew
Thriller. Young attorney Kate Weldon is impressed when one of her firm's partners, Jack Hammett , invites her to assist him on a high-profile murder case. But as the case progresses - along with their passionate personal relationship - Weldon begins to wonder how far the ambitious Hammett will go to advance his career.
Director Duncan Gibbins (1993,15) (S) Films: pp 62-65 ***
Another chance to see today's two Group C matches - Slovenia v Spain and Norway v
Yugoslavia -in full. (S)