Steve Rider and Sue Barker introduce the latest Olympic action from Sydney.
NOTE: events may alter the following timings.
8.00 Athletics Including at 8.00 heptathlon javelin; 8.10 men's high jump final; 8.15 men's
400m hurdles first round; 9.15 women's 400m hurdles first round; 9.40 women's triple jump final; 10.00 women's 400m semi-finals; 10.20 men's 110m i hurdles second round; 10.30 ; men's hammer final; 11.00 men's 400m semi-finals; 11.30 heptathlon 800m. With commentary from
David Coleman , Steve Cram , Stuart Storey , Paul Dickenson ,
Brendan Foster , Sally Gunnell ,
Roger Black and Christina Boxer.
12.10 Hockey Coverage of Britain's men's hockey team's clash with China. With ! commentary from
Nigel Starmer-Smith and Karen Brown.
12.30 Football Action from the women's semi-finals. With commentary from Jon Champion and Garth Crooks. (S)
WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/olympics BBC BOOKS: The BBC Guide to the Olympics 2000 by Dan Waddell is available now, price £5.99, from retailers
Last in the sehes offering a behind-the-scenes look at London Zoo. A look at the work of zoo vet Sue Thornton who has to deal with a wolf suffering from a tooth problem, an elephant with afoot problem and a recently-born reindeer. (S) (W)
Comedy drama. The war in the Pacific over, three US sailors "Guns' Donovan, "Doc"
Dedham and "Boats" Gilhooley settle down on a South Sea i island. However, problems arise when Doc's daughter arrives, unaware that her father has a whole new Polynesian family.
Director John Ford (1963. U) (S)Films: pp 62-67 ***
Andre de Lage:
The first of a neweight-part comedy series starring Robert Lindsay and Zoe Wanamaker.
Serpent's Tooth. Ben discovers that the females of the family are seeing a new dentist.
Written by James Hendrie and Ian Brown
Shown last Tuesday (S) (W)
Diane Louise Jordan returns for a new series by joining
6,000 singers on the shores of Derwentwater. Hymns include Crown Him with Many Crowns, Jesus Is the Name We Honourand To God Be the Glory.
Producer Norman Ivison ; Editor Hugh Faupel (S) (W)
Dot confesses to Pauline; Frank plots to get Roy out of the way, and Ian faces the wrath of the Slaters and loses.
This week's episodes written by Doug Briggs and Julia Honour
For cast see Tuesday (S) (W)
My Kingdom for a Horse. Life is settling down for the Addis family until crime rears its ugly head. Marcus finds himself in trouble with no one to turn to for help. I
Written by Helen Slavin
Producer Rosemarie Whitman ; Director Roberto Bangura (S) (W) BBC BOOKS: Faith Addis's Down to Earth stories, £7.99 each.
i I Continuing the four-part drama, Josie and Matthew are i under increasing strain, while Dale's worst fears are realised when Tom and Elizabeth become engaged. See Choice.
Written by Leigh Jackson , adapted from the novel by Joanna Trollope ;
Producer Christopher Hall ; Director Pete Travis (S) (W)
It's Christmas in Dibley and Geraldine discovers the i heavy price of Christmas kindness.
Written by Paul Mayhew Archer and Richard Curtis ; Producers Jon Plowman and Sue Vertue ; Director Gareth Carrivick (R) (S)
Preaching to the Perverted. Emma Freud ends her series on sex and religion at a sado-masochists' dungeon. Executive producer Richard Denton ; Series producer Richard Fretwell
Followed by Weatherview
! With Hazel Irvine, Roger Black and Sharron Davies.
NOTE: events may alter the following timings. Ends 7am.
12.00 Athletics Including at 12.40am men's 1500m first round; 12.45 men's longjump qualifying; 1.30 women's 100m hurdles first round.
2.30 Tennis/Sailing/Beach Volleyball/Show Jumping Britain's medal hopefuls Ben Ainslie , Ian Percy , Shirley Robertson , Ian Walker and Mark Covell all feature in the sailing from Sydney Harbour.
5.35 Gymnastics Coverage of the men's vault, parallel bars and women's beam apparatus finals.
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