Presented by Bill Turnbull and Mishal Husain.
New series 1/9. Live magazine show featuring the summer's top sporting events. Liverpool supporter and Conservative leader Michael Howard assesses England's chances in Euro
2004, Seb Coe looks ahead to Athens and Will Greenwood offers a guide to the quirkier Olympic sports. With
John Inverdale and Louise Minchin. Editor David Ford Rising stars: page 15
Live coverage from Horse
Guards in London of one of the most famous military displays as the Queen's Colour of the Grenadier Guards is trooped in honour of the monarch's official birthday. Commentary by Huw Edwards , with Clare Balding and Lt Col Gerald Lesinski.
Highlights at 5.45pm on BBC2. Director Ian Russell ; Producer
Programmes may run late
Lt Col Gerald
With the opening games of the European championship just hours away. RayStubbs and guests are in Lisbon to preview events. Plus news from the England camp ahead of their daunting match tomorrow against reigning champions
Introduced by Sue Barker.
1.05 Road to Athens Featuring US swimmer Michael Phelps.
3.35 Tennis Live coverage of the semi-finals at Queen's. Last year's winning semi-finalists, Andy Roddick and Sebastien Grosjean , both went on to reach the last four at Wimbledon.
Coverage of the final tomorrow at 1.50pm on BBC2.
TV presentation (tennis) Paul Davies Road to Athens editor James Bentley
Portugal v Greece The 2004 European championship opens with vhat promises to be a ;lose-fought Group A game at the Dragao stadium, Porto, between the tournament hosts and success-starved visitors Greece (kick-off 5.00).
The two teams last met in November 2003, a friendly which resulted in a 1-1 draw. Since then Luiz Felipe Scolari has pushed his men hard to overcome indifferent form.
Meanwhile Greece's coach Otto Rehhagel has guided today's underdogs through a period of uncharacteristic success - topping a qualifying group that included Spain and Ukraine. Hosted by Gary Lineker , with commentary by Barry Davies and Mark Lawrenson. BBCi: digital viewers can access a range of extra services through their remote control, and at 7.00-7.30pm join an interactive forum with Ray Stubbs
RTs guide to Euro 2004: centre pages
With Jon Sopel. Regional News
Weather with John Hammond.
Spain v Russia
The European championship continues with live coverage of the second Group Agame, from the Estadio Algarve, Faro-Louie (kick-off 7.45).
Inaki Saez's Spanish squad enter Euro 2004 having lost just one of their last 19 games and boasting top-quality attacking players including Real Madrid's mercurial Raul Gonzalez and Monaco's Fernando Morientes. Victory against Wales in the play-offs demonstrated Georgi Yartsev's success in turning his ailing team's fortunes round. But can the likes of Alexei Smertin and Dynamo Moscow striker Dimitri Bulykin provide Russia with the necessary firepower to overcome what figures to be a formidable Spanish line-up? Presented by Gary Lineker, with commentary by John Motson and Mick McCarthy.
BBCi: digital viewers can access a range of extra services through their remote control, including alternative commentary, rolling highlights of the current game, and match statistics. Plus 10.00-11.00pm fans can join Mark Bright's discussion on 6-0-6 Interactive on Radio 5 Live
BBC Magazine: Euro 2004: a Match of the Day Special, price Â£3.95
RT's guide to Euro 2004: see centre pages
Dale Winton hosts the Lotto, Lotto Extra and Thunderball draws.
With Jon Sopel. Weather with John Hammond.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Action thriller starring Robert De Niro as an ex-CIA agent in France who joins a group of freelance intelligence agents, hired by enigmatic Irishwoman Deirdre (Natascha McElhone). As the mission to steal a well-guarded suitcase proceeds, the American starts to suspect that Deirdre and the operation are not everything they appear to be. Review page 47.
Director John Frankenheimer (1998, 15) Film Highlights: page 42; Film Trivia: page 45
Action drama starring Tom Berenger. Shale is a mercenary, a hardened soldier of fortune whose girlfriend is brutally attacked at work. In seeking revenge, Shale discovers more than he bargained for, finding himself up against a drug-smuggling network. Review page 47.
Director Robert Mandel (1996.18)
Principal Claude Rolle:
Arguably TV's scariest celebrity chef, Gordon Ramsay ,
Romanian tennis hero Hie Nastase and R 'n' B diva Kelis guest. Plus new melancholic sounds from legendary goth popsters the Cure. The series returns in the autumn.
Followed by Weatherview
Another chance to see full coverage of one of today's opening Group A games as hosts Portugal faced Greece and Spain met Russia on the opening day of the Championship, www.bbc.co.uk/euro2004