Coverage from Miyagi, Japan, of the Group G match (kick off 7.30am). Mexico will want to emulate their 1986 team which made it to the quarter-finals, while Ecuador are eager to impress in their first World Cup finals. Cuauhtemoc Blanco is set to sparkle for Mexico, while Ecuador's Agustin Delgado will be looking to replicate the goalscoring form he showed in qualification. Introduced by Ray Stubbs. John Motson and Trevor Brooking commentate.
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David Frost talks to the newsmakers and reviews the papers. Including at 9.30 News.
Singer Petula Clark talks to Kaye Adams about the problems she encountered as a child star. Ben Fogle goes in search of the Loch Ness monster, and the feng shui doctor, Paul Darby, will be getting the chi flowing. Plus, the regular debate. With Philippa Forrester and Ross Kelly.
Executive producer Chris Loughlin
Series Producer Abigail Saxon
John Craven talks with a reformed bird-egg collector. Including the weather for the week ahead. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Racing driver Jacques Villeneuve in conversation.
Japan v Russia
Coverage of this Group H match (kickoff 12.30pm) from Yokohama in Japan. This is the second game for both teams and could be pivotal in deciding who makes it through to the final
16. The hosts need midfielder Hidetoshi Nakata to regain his form after a disappointing season in Italy, while Russia will rely heavily on hard-working striker Vladimir Beschastnykh to supply the goals. Hosted by Gary Lineker , with Barry Davies and Trevor Steven. BBCi: additional features are available to digital viewers
Rose behaves irresponsibly.
Baby Talk. George and Janet must explain their baby's skills. Shown last Friday
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A celebration of the 350th anniversary of the founding of the Religious Society of Friends by George Fox. Aled Jones meets Quakers who are putting their faith into action today, and talks to 1970s chart-topper Tom Robinson about his Quaker upbringing. Today's hymns include Dear Lord and Father of Mankind; Immortal, Invisible; How Can I Keep from Singing? and Sanctus from Faure's Messe de Requiem.
Producer RMedwyn Hughes
Editor Hugh Faupel
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Action from all of today's matches, including hosts Japan taking on Russia in Group H, Mexico and Ecuador's
"battle of the Americas" in Group G, and Costa Rica's clash with Turkey in Group C. Presented by Gary Lineker , with Mark Lawrenson , Jamie Rednapp and Martin O'Neill. 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
A Christmas special, from 1985, of the classic comedy. To Hull and Back. Del Boy , Rodney and Uncle Albert take to the ocean on yet another money-making adventure.
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Continuing yesterday's thriller. When Lucia finds out that Lodge is also off the story, she is compelled to resort to desperate measures. Meanwhile, Dr Tolkin reveals the terrifying reasons for his actions. Contains disturbing scenes. Concludes after the news.
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With Sophie Raworth.
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The concluding part to the conspiracy thriller.
Continuing the series celebrating the fun and drama of the world's greatest footballing extravaganza, including regular guests, Ian Wright , David Ginola and Jimmy Greaves. Series editor Paul Ross : Series producer Mob Dar
More tomorrow at 11.05pm Shown at 9pm on BBC Choice
Action drama, based on Frederick Forsyth 's bestselling novel starring Christopher Walken and Tom Berenger. Jamie Shannon is the leader of a band of mercenaries. After a futile attempt to live a normal life, he prepares to undertake his most dangerous mission - the overthrow of a brutal West African dictator. Widescreen. Review page 50.
Director John INin (1980, 15)
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