Argentina take on Nigeria in the opening game of Group F (kickoff 6.30am) from Kashima in Japan. Hosted by Ray Stubbs. Commentary by John Motson and Trevor Brooking.
A special edition from
Buckingham Palace, featuring interviews with Prince Andrew, Lord Callaghan and Sir Edward Heath. Including at 9.00 News
Editor Barney Jones
There's drama in Longleat's lion enclosure when
Kate Humble and Ben Fogle visit.
Series editor Chris Powell
Last in the rerun of the docu-soap. Laura marries Gary.
How the 1950s changed rural Britain. Plus weather for the week ahead.
David Ginola features in the first of three World Cup-related interviews this week. More tomorrow 9.30am.
Spain start their Group B campaign against rank outsiders Slovenia (kickoff 12.30pm) in Gwangju, South Korea. Hosted by Gary Lineker, with Alan Hansen, David O'Leary and Peter Reid. Steve Wilson and Joe Royle commentate. (W) BBCi: interactive features available
With Terry Wogan. WRITE TO: Points of View. BBC Television, London. W12 7TS: phone/fax: [number removed]; or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
David Dimbleby looks forward to the celebrations. Our Jubilee special begins on page 17 Jubilee souvenirs: page 48
Set against the backdrop of a floodlit Windsor Castle, in the presence of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, a cast of 3,000, including over 1,000 horses, tell the story of the Queen's reign through her lifelong love of horses.
Taking part in the equestrian spectacular will be the Queen's race horses, the Kings Troop, La Garde RÃ©publicaine, the Presidential Guards from India and Pakistan, and the Pony Club. In a grand finale, the Gold State Coach will re-create the 1953 Coronation - a sight not seen since the 1977 Silver Jubilee.
Aled Jones and Pam Rhodes present a live edition from Birmingham's Centenary Square, featuring Grammy Award-winning Michael Bolton , and Henry Sandon , who values Jubilee memorabilia. A congregation of over 6,000 sing hymns that include Jubilate, Crown Him with Many Crowns, Glory to God in the Highest and The Queen's Golden Jubilee Hymn.
Producer RMedwyn Hughes
Editor Hugh Faupel
With Darren Jordon.
Weather with Isobel Lang.
Action from all of today's matches, including England's opening game against Sweden, Argentina v Nigeria - also in Group F- plus the Group B matches between Spain and Slovenia, and Paraguay and South Africa.
Repeated at 12.30am on BBC Choice INTERACTIVE FORUM: question the pundits 8-9pm each evening via digital TV. BBC Radio 5 Live or the internet at: www.bbc.co.uk/worldcup
Things don't go to plan for Oliver Heath and Graham Wynne in Essex as they each transform a room in neighbouring houses, while Carol Smillie tries to keep the peace.
Producer Mike Ratcliffe ; Executive producer Linda Clifford
A quirky take on the Golden Jubilee celebrations, including When Louis Met Lizzie, which sees the intrepid journalist tracking down the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh at their Jubilee garden party. With Ronni Ancona. Producer Charlie Hanson : Director Gareth Carrivick
Repeated on Wednesday at 10.30pm on BBC Choice
An Inspector Calls. In the sixth and final episode, the lads find the past has a habit of coming back to haunt them.
Written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais ; Producer Joy Spink ; Director Paul Seed Repeated tomorrow llpm on BBC Choice www.bbc.co.uk/pet
An affectionate portrait of the man and the musician in a week that sees the ex-Beatie playing at the Buckingham
Palace concert, live at 7.30pm tomorrow. With contributions from Bono, Mike Myers , Dustin Hoffman , Meryl Streep , Cilia Black, Bob Geldof , Dale Winton , Travis and Richard Branson. Producer Chris Wilson ; Executive producer Mark Hagen
With Darren Jordon
Weather with Isobel Lang
Continuing the series celebrating the fun and drama of the world's greatest footballing extravaganza. Series editor Paul Ross ; Series producer Mob Dar
More tomorrow at 11.35pm Shown at 9pm on BBC Choice
Sports drama starring
Nick Nolte as Phillip Elliott , a fading, disillusioned American football star who falls in love with a wealthy young woman but then finds complications arise. Review page 55.
Director Ted Kotcheff (1979, 18)
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