Presented by Jeremy Bowen and Sophie Raworth.
Timetable on Monday
Britain's track and field stars begin their quest for glory in Munich on day one of the 18th European Athletics championships. Introduced by Roger Black with Michael Johnson.
9.05 Men's and women's 400m heats. World indoor champion Daniel Caines is among the competing Britons.
9.40 Men's triple-jump qualifying. Can
Jonathan Edwards succeed in lifting a title that has so far eluded him?
9.45 Men's 100m heats. In Dwain Chambers,
Mark Lewis-Francis and defending champion Darren Campbell ,
Britain has the three top-ranked European sprinters of the season.
10.35 Women's 100m heats. The field is wide open with Russian world champion Zhanna Pintusevich-Block taking a break from competition.
11.15 Women's 400m hurdles heats.
Producer Helen Kuttner ; Editors Michael Cole and Carl Hicks www.bbc.co.uk/athletics
Andrew Duncan meets Paula Radcliffe : page 28
Followed by News; Weather
An emotional goodbye but a fun day out await the sisters and their parents.
Contestants battle for cash prizes in the quiz.
Michelle discovers a rival in the form ofTahnee. Connor and Stuart cause a commotion.
Repeated at 5.35pm Fancy the Neighbours theme tune on your phone?: page 21
Bill Oddie , Ross Kelly and Anna Walker guest on the celebrity-home guessing game. With
OneofOurOwn. A popular officer is gunned down, but the circumstances of the case don't add up.
Tweenies Songtime Then Tweenies Fizz tells tales about her pals.
Mona the Vampire Flu hits the school, and a postman creates the ultimate chain letter.
4.10 Rugrats Reptar starts to destroy the city.
4.35 So Little Time Chloe and Riley take up waitressing in the coffee shop to pay for a car.
5.00 Against All Odds Stunts used in the BBC1 series Stig of the Dump and a teenager who saved a choking friend are among the true-life tales. With Jake Humphrey.
With Huw Edwards. Including a weather summary.
Details on Monday
Followed by Weather with David Braine.
The Octopus Challenge. They can unscrew jars, select colours and manoeuvre around mazes, butjust how clever are octopuses? David Attenborough investigates. Producer Hilary Jeffkins ; Series editor Sara Ford
Postponed from 30 July
Sharon is shocked by Sadie's latest revelation, Billy's best efforts backfire, and Kat joins forces with Anthony. Written by Anji Loman Field For cast see Friday
Repeated at 10pm on BBC Choice www.bbc.co.uk/eastenders
7 Judas Kiss. Futures hang in the balance for Janice, Sam and Chrissie in the conclusion of a two-part story.
Written by Stuart Morris ; Producer Julie-Anne Robinson ; Director James Strong Rptd next Saturday on BBC Choice www.bbc.co.uk/holbycity Hugh Quarshie 's kind of day: page
Life with the Eustaces is even more chaotic than usual as Julia and Toby's wedding looms in the last of the series.
Written by Ashley Pharoah
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With Peter Sissons. 10.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather with David Braine.
Recalling the furore last year after Prince Edward's wife, Sophie, the Countess of Wessex, found her public-relations skills rather lacking. lain Lee investigates. Series producer Virginia Hill; Executive producers Remy Blumenfeld ,
Gavin Hay and May Miller
Comedy. A student volunteers as a guinea pig for a drug that enhances the senses. Widescreen. Review page 45. Director Penelope Spheeris (1998, 15)
Followed by Weatherview
A selection of recently shown programmes, repeated with sign language. Ends 3.40.
Wildlife on One Special Beasts on the Streets. Dangerous animals that are adaptingto the urban jungle.
1.20 Royal Treasures One-off film visiting an exhibition at Buckingham
Palace's redesigned Queen's Gallery.
2.20 Your Money or Your Life Featuring a woman with mortgage-sized debts and loans. First shown on BBC2
2.50 Wellington: the Iron Duke Second of three films about one of our greatest generals. First shown on BBC2