Presented by Chris Eakin and Kate Sanderson.
From Manchester, the final day of the 17th championships.
Introduced by John Inverdale ,
Steve Rider and Sharron Davies.
7.55 Triathlon In this gruelling event's first competitive appearance, Simon Lessing , ex-world and current British champion, leads the English men's challenge, while British champion Jodie Swallow will be hoping to get among the medals in the women's event.
10.05 Swimming, Bowls The most successful Commonwealth Games participant of all time, Australia's Susie O'Neill , is in action in the women's 200m butterfly. Scot Ian Edmond bids to book a place in this evening's men's 200m breaststroke final. Plus action from the women's singles bowls final.
10.55 Triathlon, Bowls, Swimming. Netball As well as action from the triathlon and the pool, there's more from the women's singles bowis final plus netball's bronze-medal match.
12.15 Rugby Sevens Semi-final coverage live from the City of Manchester Stadium. The
Jonah Lomu-inspired New Zealanders triumphed four years ago in Kuala Lumpur. Commentary on today's events by Stuart Storey , Peter Jack , Andy Jameson ,
Adrian Moorhouse , David Rhys Jones , Dougie Donnelly ,
David Corkhill , John Price ,
Simon Reed , Kendra Slawinski , Eddie Butler , Jonathan Davies and Jeremy Guscott. BBCi: digital viewers can press the red handset button to follow their favourite sport or competitor either in the pool, trackside. in the field or on the pitch www.bbc.co.uk/commonwealth
Part one of the omnibus edition.
Continues at 3pm.
For cast see Friday
Live coverage of the rugby sevens final and the bronze medal play-off. If the seedings follow form, defending champions New Zealand will meet South Africa in the final, with third seeds England battling Fiji for the bronze, is)
Concluding the omnibus edition. For cast see Friday
Following further coverage of the finals in the men's hockey and badminton events, there are seven swimming finals at the Manchester Aquatics Centre.
5.30 Men's 50m freestyle
5.35 Women's 200m butterfly
5.50 Men's 200m breaststroke
6.05 Women's 400m individual medley
6.25 Men's 1500m freestyle
6.50 Women's 4xl00m medley
7.10 Men's 4xl00m medley
Introduced by Hazel Irvine and Sharron Davies.
Little Green Man. George finds Janet with another man, but why would the universe's greatest lover be jealous? Unless something more serious literally turns him green.
Episode written by Ian Brown and James Hendrie ; Director John Stroud
Producers Marcus Mortimer and John Stroud Shown last Friday 87
With Fiona Bruce. Weather with Helen Young.
The final edition of the sitcom that has spanned nine series and was first broadcast in 1992. Jean and Lionel found happiness together and married late in life, and Jean's daughter Judith finally tied the knot with confirmed bachelor Alistair - but what about Harry and Sandy? Will Harry pluck up enough courage to ask Sandy to join him in Canada?
Written by Bob Larbey Producer Sydney Lotterby
Executive producers Philip Jones and John Reynolds The success of Britcom overseas: page 16
Live coverage of the spectacular closing ceremony, as the 17th and largest ever Commonwealth Games comes to an end after ten days of memorable sporting action.
Manchester is promising to sign off in style in front of a capacity 38,000 crowd in the City of Manchester Stadium and an expected television audience of 500 million.
Introduced by Steve Rider and Sue Barker , with Malcolm Kemp. Commentary comes from Barry Davies.
With Fiona Bruce. Weather with Helen Young.
Action adventure. New York in the thirties. Lamont Cranston is a playboy millionaire with a dark past, whose alter ego the Shadow - a superhero able to make himself invisible - wages a brutal war on crime. However, the battle is only just beginning with the arrival on the scene of Shiwan Khan, a vicious descendant of Genghis Khan, a ruthless adversary with devastating occult powers who will stop at nothing to realise his bloody ambition, and world domination is top of his evil agenda. Widescreen. Review page 42. (1994, 12) ***
Followed by Weathervlew
Lamont Cranston/The Shadow:
Drama. When seaman John Baggs is given a "Cinderella
Liberty" pass - which means he must be back on his ship by midnight - he intends to make the most of his time on shore. But when Baggs beats Maggie Paul in a pool game, he gets more than he bargained for. Widescreen. Review page 42.
Director Mark Rydell (1973, 15)