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: Breakfast

Presented by Bill Turnbull and Mishal Husain.


Presented By: Bill Turnbull
Presented By: Mishal Husain.

: In the Know

2/9. Actor and West Ham fan Ray Winstone assesses the latest from Euro 2004 as the live sport and news magazine continues. England rugby star Will Greenwood , meanwhile, Presents the second of his guides to the quirkier Olympic sports. With John Inverdale and Louise Minchin.
Series director Ian Blandford
Editor David Ford


Unknown: Ray Winstone
Unknown: Will Greenwood
Unknown: John Inverdale
Unknown: Louise Minchin.
Director: Ian Blandford
Editor: David Ford

: Saturday Brunch

New series 1/9.
Antony Worrall Thompson hosts this cookery show live from his nome in Oxfordshire. As well as welcoming special guest Arabella Weir , he prepares a Portuguese main dish with chicken, and suggests three unusual ideas for wraps.
Viewers can also vote for one of three dishes, which he will then cook. To vote phone [number removed](calls cost lOp); digital satellite viewers can use the red button on their handset. And Oz Clarke will supply some chilled red wines. Producer Lucy Lomas ; Executive
Producer Barry Lynch


Unknown: Antony Worrall Thompson
Unknown: Arabella Weir
Unknown: Oz Clarke
Producer: Lucy Lomas
Producer: Barry Lynch

: News; Weather

: Football Focus

As England prepare for their third group game - against Croatia on Monday, kick-off 7.45pm -
' Ray Stubbs and guests reflect on the progress of Sven-Goran Eriksson 's team - and their rivals-at Euro 2004.


Unknown: Ray Stubbs
Unknown: Sven-Goran Eriksson

: Grandstand

With Sue Barker and Steve Cram.
1.05 Road to Athens Some of the sportsmen chasing medals in this summer's Olympics.
1.35 Athletics Day-one action from Poland in the European Cup. British hopefuls include European and Commonwealth triple jump champion
Ashia Hansen (2.20), Kelly Holmes in the 800m (3.25), and Chris Rawlinson (2.55) over 400m hurdles. The British men will also be confident of finishing the day with a flourish in the sprint relay. Coverage of the two-day event, including Paula Radcliffe in the 5,000m, concludes tomorrow at
2.35pm on BBC2.
4.00 Tennis The final of the Eastbourne women's event, a tournament that acts as a form guide for Wimbledon, coverage of which starts Monday at 12 noon on BBC2. Commentary from David Mercer , Virginia Wade and Sam Smith.
TV presentation (tennis) Kate McKeag Editor (athletics) Michael Cole ww.bbc.co.uk/sport


Unknown: Steve Cram.
Unknown: Ashia Hansen
Unknown: Kelly Holmes
Unknown: Chris Rawlinson
Unknown: Paula Radcliffe
Unknown: David Mercer
Unknown: Virginia Wade
Unknown: Sam Smith.
Unknown: Kate McKeag
Unknown: Michael Cole

: BBC News

Regional News; Weather

: I'd Do Anything

4/8. Ian Wright gives more people the surprise of their lives by challenging them to face their fears and phobias in order to win a dream prize for a loved one that money alone can't buy.


Unknown: Ian Wright

: The National Lottery - In It to Win It

Dale Winton hosts the quiz show in which five contestants compete for a share of the big money jackpot.
Producer Andrew Musson ; Executive producer David Young


Unknown: Dale Winton
Producer: Andrew Musson
Producer: David Young

: Strictly Come Dancing

6/8. The battle flounces on with the final four couples performing some fancy footwork and fast costume changes as they take to the stage for two routines each, including the hot foxtrot. Who will survive the latest ballroom blitz?
Viewers can vote via the phone numbers provided on the night. Further coverage at 7.30pm on BBC3.
Director Alex Rudzinski ; Executive producer Karen Smith www.bbc.co.uk/strictlycomedancing


Director: Alex Rudzinski
Producer: Karen Smith

: Match of the Day Live: Euro 2004

Netherlands v Czech Republic
A keen contest should be on the cards as the European championship enters its second week with live coverage of this Group D game, from Aveiro Municipal (kick-off 7.45).
These two countries are well acquainted: they came through the same qualifying group to win their places in the championship. And the Czechs should feel the more confident having beaten Holland 3-1 in Prague, and then held them to a 1-1 draw in Amsterdam. Although a fine attacking side, many believe the Dutch are defensively suspect, and they will have to keep a close eye on Czech playmakers Pavel Nedved and Tomas Rosicky. There will also be action from Latvia's clash with Germany in Porto.
Gary Lineker introduces the action, with studio guests
Alan Hansen , Ian Wright and Peter Schmeichel. John Motson and Joe Royle provide commentary.
Producer Phil Bigwood : Editor Paul Armstrong 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 9.50-11.00pm fans can join RayStubbs's discussion on 6-0-6 Interactive on Radio 5 Live


Unknown: Pavel Nedved
Unknown: Tomas Rosicky.
Introduces: Gary Lineker
Unknown: Alan Hansen
Unknown: Ian Wright
Unknown: Peter Schmeichel.
Unknown: John Motson
Unknown: Joe Royle
Producer: Phil Bigwood
Editor: Paul Armstrong

: The National Lottery Draws

Dale Winton hosts the Lotto, Lotto Extra and Thunderball draws.


Unknown: Dale Winton

: A Question of Sport

Outrageous clips from the series that weren't able to be shown in its regular early evening slot. Featuring slip-ups, satire and strong language from the likes of Ally McCoist, Matt Dawson , Michael Owen and Darren Campbell. With Sue Barker.
Producer Ade Rawcliffe ; Series producer Carl Doran


Unknown: Matt Dawson
Unknown: Michael Owen
Unknown: Darren Campbell.
Producer: Ade Rawcliffe
Producer: Carl Doran

: BBC News

With Darren Jordon. Weather Penny Tranter.
Followed by National Lottery Update


Unknown: Darren Jordon.

: Boxing

Live coverage as Audley Harrison defends his WBF heavyweight title against Poland's Tomasz Bonin at London's Alexandra Palace. After a below-par performance in his fight with Julius Francis , Harrison will be looking to impress against an opponent who also boasts an unbeaten record. Analysis is by Richie Woodhall and Steve Bunce , with Jim Neilly and Duke McKenzie in the commentary box. More boxing action tomorrow at 11.45pm on BBC2.


Unknown: Audley Harrison
Unknown: Tomasz Bonin
Unknown: Alexandra Palace.
Unknown: Julius Francis
Unknown: Richie Woodhall
Unknown: Steve Bunce
Unknown: Jim Neilly

: Royal Ascot

Final day highlights.
Editor AlastairMcintyre

: International Rugby

Live coverage from Edmonton of rugby union's Churchill Cup final (kick-off 1.10). England's A team will be looking to retain the title they won in the inaugural contest 12 months ago. Jim Mallinder 's side faced Canada in their semi-final with the winners now meeting either the USA or New Zealand Maoris. John Inverdale hosts, with commentary from Nick Mullins and Will Carling. Producer John Graham


Unknown: Jim Mallinder
Unknown: John Inverdale
Unknown: Nick Mullins
Unknown: Will Carling.
Producer: John Graham

: Match of the Day: Euro 2004 Replay

A re-run of tonight's Group D game between the Netherlands and the Czech Republic, www.bbc.co.uk/euro2004

: BBC News 24

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