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: Olympic Report

Overnight highlights and a preview of this morning's action, with strong British medal hopes in several track and field events. (S)

: Olympic Grandstand

With Steve Rider and Sue Barker.
NOTE: events may alter the following timings.
8.00 Athletics The women's pole vault final and the second round of the women's 100m hurdles. At 8.40 the men's 100m hurdles semi-finals take place, followed at 9.15 by the women's 400m hurdles semi-finals. At
9.20 the men's discus final, followed at 9.45 by the semi-finals of the men's 400m hurdles.
10.00 News (S) and Weather
10.05 Athletics Featuring the men's triple jump final, in which Britain's Jonathan Edwards has high hopes. At 10.10 the women's 400m final, where Britain's
Katharine Merry could confront Australia's Cathy Freeman.
Followed at 10.25 by the men's 400m final, with America's
Michael Johnson expected to leave the rest of the field in his wake. 10.40 sees the men's 110m hurdles final, possibly one last chance for Britain's Colin Jackson to claim Olympic gold. Then at 10.55 the women's
5,000m final, followed at 11.35 by the men's 800m semi-finals.
12.00 News (S) and Weather
12.05 Athletics Featuring the women's 800m final.
12.20 Olympic Report A look back at the morning's events.
12.40 Athletics The men's
10,000m final. (S)

Contributors

Presenter: Steve Rider
Presenter: Sue Barker.
Athlete: Jonathan Edwards
Athlete: Katharine Merry
Athlete: Cathy Freeman.
Athlete: Michael Johnson
Athlete: Colin Jackson

: BBC News

Weather (S)

: Regional News

Weather (S)

: Olympic Grandstand

With Steve Rider and Clare Balding.
2.00 Hockey Medal group action from the women's competition.
2.20 Gymnastics The last events in the competition.
3.00 Weightllfting David Vine commentates.
3.15Salling Richard Simmonds reports. (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Rider
Unknown: David Vine

: Tweenies

Ends 5.35. Flowers. Judy explains to
Bella that she shouldn't pick wild flowers. (R) (S) (W)

: Bob the Builder

A new 13-part series of the animation, featuring the voice of Neil Morrisey. Today,
Bob gets new boots. (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Neil Morrisey.

: Space Detectives

First in a new
13-part series in which Sally Gray , unearths scientific facts about
I space.(S)(W)

Contributors

Unknown: Sally Gray

: Mona the Vampire

Einstein and Julius Caesar are kidnapped by a time traveller. (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Julius Caesar

: S Club 7 Go Wild

A new seven-part series in which pop stars S Club 7 learn about endangered animals.
Today Paul Cattermoie tracks down the black rhino in Kenya. See Choice. (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Cattermoie

: Newsround

Presented by Kate Sanderson. (S)

Contributors

Presented By: Kate Sanderson.

: Blue Peter

Children's magazine.
Today Konnie Huq and Simon Thomas go scuba-diving. (S) (W)
WEBSITE: [web address removed]

Contributors

Presenter: Konnie Huq
Presenter: Simon Thomas

: EastEnders Revealed

A revealing look behind the scenes of the soap.
More tomorrow at 5.35pm. (S)

: BBC News

Presented by Huw Edwards and Fiona Bruce. Including a weather summary. (S) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/news

Contributors

Presented By: Huw Edwards
Presented By: Fiona Bruce.

: Newsroom South East

Regional news, weather and sport, presented this week by Mike Embley , Gillian Joseph and Charley Figgis.
Editor Jane Mote (S)
REGIONAL PROGRAMME: on digital satellite this programme and all regional news bulletins are replaced by UK Today/Tonight, a summary of news items from around the country.
Followed by Weather with Sarah Wilmshurst. (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Mike Embley
Unknown: Gillian Joseph
Unknown: Charley Figgis.
Editor: Jane Mote
Unknown: Sarah Wilmshurst.

: The Day Down Under

John Inverdale and Clare Balding round up a day of Olympic finals with possible British interest. They included the men's 110m hurdles, the men's triplejump, and the men's and women's 400m. (S)

Contributors

Unknown: John Inverdale

: EastEnders

Sparks fly when Laura falls out with Ian and into the arms of someone else's boyfriend. Meanwhile the Slater girls are the stars of the Queen Vic's karaoke night. This week's episodes written by Doug Briggs and Julia Honour Producer Gordon Ronald : Director Clive Arnold
For cast see Tuesday (S) (W) Alison Graham 's Soap and Flannel: page 35

Contributors

Written By: Doug Briggs
Producer: Gordon Ronald
Director: Clive Arnold
Unknown: Alison Graham

: Changing Rooms

This week the designers are in presenter Carol Smillie 's
Scottish home town as Oliver Heath and Linda Barker give a makeover to student digs at Strathclyde University's halls of residence. See Choice.
Producer Amy Joyce ; Executive producer Linda Clifford (S) BBC BOOK: Handy Andy's Home Work, price £16. available from retailers

Contributors

Presenter: Carol Smillie
Unknown: Oliver Heath
Unknown: Linda Barker
Producer: Amy Joyce
Producer: Linda Clifford

: BBC News

With Michael Buerk. Regional News
Weather with Sarah Wilmshurst. <s)

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Buerk.
Unknown: Sarah Wilmshurst.

: A Life of Grime

Series following Sheffield environmental health officers. Office staff member June Crookes is shocked when she joins her front line colleagues, as a rat dines at a surburban house and an aggressive dog is abandoned by an evicted tenant. Contains strong language and scenes that some viewers may find disturbing. Continues tomorrow at 9.35pm. Producer Adam Purver ; Executive producer Tessa Rnch (S)

Contributors

Unknown: June Crookes
Producer: Adam Purver
Producer: Tessa Rnch

: Panorama

rPump Wars. The investigative current affairs series returns with the inside stories of this month's fuel price protests, the biggest popular movement Tony Blair has faced as Prime Minister. Jane Corbin reports. See Choice. Producer Andy Bell (S) (W)
WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/panorama
NOTE: as Panorama is likely to react to news, its subject matter may change

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Blair
Unknown: Jane Corbin
Producer: Andy Bell

: Extreme Lives

First in a new six-part series looking at the astonishing lengths some people will go to for an adrenalin buzz.
Lord of the Skies. Adrian Nicholas talks about his plans to break the world record for a free-fall flight. See Choice. Series producer Steve Robinson ; Executive producer Arthur Emyr
(S) (W)

Contributors

Talks: Adrian Nicholas
Producer: Steve Robinson
Producer: Arthur Emyr

: Room 101

Writer and critic Will Self reveals his pet hates.
Shown last Friday on BBC2 (S) (W)

: Olympic Grandstand

With Hazel Irvine, Roger Black and Sharron Davies.
NOTE: events may alter the following timings. Ends 7am. '
12.00 Cycling The world's top women riders contest the road race. Commentary by Hugh Porter.
12.30 Canoeing Commentary by Garry Herbert.
1.00 Cycling/Tennis Continued cycling coverage and tennis action from the men's singles semi-finals and the women's singles bronze medal match. Tennis commentary by John Barrett , David Mercer and John Lloyd.
3.00 Tennis/Sailing/Boxing/Beach Volleyball/
Synchronised Swimming Including the men's beach volleyball final, the synchronised swimming duet free final, andthe boxing quarter-finals.

Contributors

Unknown: Roger Black
Unknown: Sharron Davies.
Commentary By: Hugh Porter.
Commentary By: Garry Herbert.
Commentary By: John Barrett
Commentary By: David Mercer
Commentary By: John Lloyd.








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