Men's semi-finals highlights.
Presented by Bill Turnbull and Mishal Husain.
4/9. Paul Gascoigne is in the studio on the eve of the Euro 2004 final, as the live news and sport magazine continues. Plus reports from Wimbledon and Will Greenwood looks at more Olympic sports. With
John Inverdale and Louise Minchin. Series director Ian Blandford
Editor David Ford
3/9. Brian Blessed joins Antony Worrall Thompson live at his Oxfordshire home. As well as preparing sticky ribs and three strawberry dishes, viewers can also vote for a dish, which Antony wi then cook at the end of the show. To vote phone [number removed] (calls cost 10p); digital satellite viewers can press red on their handset. Plus the best buys in champagne and sparkling wines with Joe Wadsack. Producer Lucy Lomas ; Executive producer Elaine Bancroft
After 22 days and 30 games, just two countries remain to contest the Euro 2004 final in Lisbon. Ray Stubbs and guests look back over the tournament and preview the year's biggest game, coverage of which starts tomorrow at 7pm.
Presented by Sue Barker. 3-10 Road to Athens More news about Olympic hopefuls.
1.40 Wimbledon 2004 Live coverage of the ladies' final from Centre Court (starts 2.00). In recent years the Williams sisters have dominated, but could a new name appear on the Venus Rosewater Dish this time? Wimbledon coverage continues on BBC2. Producer Jonathan Bramley
Editor Philip Bernie BBCi: extra services available to digital viewers via the red handset button
Ian Wright challenges more contenders to face their biggest fears in order to win a dream prize for a loved one. Director Tim van Someren ; Series producer Sean Kneale
New series 1/6. Johnny Vaughan and Denise Van Outen are back in a brand new, live Saturday night show.
Filled with the pair's trademark banter, the programme is a combination of competitions, games and outside broadcasts. There will be surprises for members of the public in the studio and at events around the UK, and one lucky person gets the chance to win a trip to their dream paradise location. And each week Denise performs a familiar song, joined by some extra special guests.
Director Jonathan Bullen; Series producer Suzy Lamb Live wires: page 25
8/8. The final two couples bid to become overall winners, each performing three routines as the live ballroom dancing competition concludes in a flurry of glitter and glamour.
So which celebrity couple will hang up their dancing shoes for good and who will be crowned the champions?
Viewers can vote using phone numbers announced on the night. Coverage continues on BBC3 until 9.25, and BBC1 links up with the digital channel at 8.45 as the duo who've won the most public approval are declared king and queen of the dancefloor. With Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly. Director Aiex Rudzinski : Executive producer Karen Smith
Dale Winton hosts the quiz show in which five contestants compete for a share of the big money jackpot.
ProducerAndrew Musson : Executive producer David Young
The final votes are about to be counted, and the couple viewers name as the best will waltz off with the top prize safe in the knowledge they have also helped raise thousands of pounds for charity.
With Jane Hill. Weather with Penny Tranter.
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An episode from the seventh series of the police drama. The Unwanted. After a soldier is murdered at a wedding where he is best man, Pascoe faces the ultimate dilemma.
Writer Manjit Singh
Producer Ann Tricklebank ; Director Patrick Lau
Det Supt Andy Dalziel:
Dl Peter Pascoe:
DS Edgar Wield:
DC Carrie Harris:
Sgt Ian Henslowe:
Cpl Martin Wilkie:
With less than 24 hours to go, a look ahead to the showpiece final of this year's biggest competition, coverage of which begins tomorrow evening at 7pm.
Romantic comedy starring Whoopi Goldberg and Ted Danson. When Sarah Mathews 's daughter discovers that she was conceived with the help of artificial insemination, she goes in search of her father. Review page 50.
Director Richard Benjamin (1993.12) Film Trivia: page 49
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