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: Yesterday at Wimbledon

Action from the ladies' final. Presented by John Inverdale. Shown yesterday at 10.05pm on BBC2


Presented By: John Inverdale

: Breakfast

Presented by Bill Turnbull and Mishal Husain.


Presented By: Bill Turnbull
Presented By: Mishal Husain.

: Breakfast with Frost

Topical discussion with David Frost and guests. Including
9.00 News, plus weather later. Editor Barney Jones


Unknown: David Frost
Editor: Barney Jones

: The Heaven and Earth Show

Former Doctor Who star Peter Davison joins presenters Ross Kelly and Alice Beer to reflect on his career. Meanwhile, travel writer Simon Calder takes a trip to Edinburgh to begin a new series on the spirituality found in Europe's great cities. Series producer Abigail Saxon ; Executive producer Chris Loughlin
CONTACT: call [number removed] (maximum cost 8p). send a text on [number removed] or email heaven@bbc.co.uk


Unknown: Peter Davison
Presenter: Ross Kelly
Presenter: Alice Beer
Unknown: Simon Calder
Producer: Abigail Saxon
Producer: Chris Loughlin

: Countryfile

The Right to Roam legislation was meant to free up public access to the countryside. Is it ready to be implemented in some areas this autumn?
John Craven takes a scenic railway journey from Belfast to
Londonderry. With weather for the week ahead.


Unknown: John Craven

: EastEnders

Omnibus edition.
Cast on Thu/Fri

: Wimbledon 2004

The men's singles final, live from Centre Court at the All England club. The match is scheduled to start at 2.00.
A place in tennis history awaits the eventual champion, not to mention prize money of more than £600,000. But will the much-coveted silver cup be lifted by one of the event's pre-tournament favourites, or will a dark horse cause a shock, much as the unseeded Goran Ivanisevic did in 2001? Hosted by Sue Barker.
BBCi: digital viewers press the red handset button to access extra services


Presenter: Sue Barker.

: BBC News

With Jon Sopel.
Regional News; Weather with Penny Tranter.


Unknown: Jon Sopel.

: Match of the Day Live: Euro 2004 Final

Portugal's festival of football comes to a climax as the two teams left after three weeks of searching soccer examinations battle it out for the Henri Delaunay trophy in the European championship final (kick-off 7.45).
Lisbon's magnificent 65,000-capacity Estadio da Luz will be ablaze with colour, but ones signifying which countries? The two most recent tournaments saw France and Germany emerge on top, both times via the golden-goal rule, but that's not to say that the favoured teams invariably prevail. In 1992, Denmark made it to the finals in Sweden only as substitutes after the late withdrawal of Yugoslavia. But the unfancied Scandinavians wrote their own fairy-tale story by going on to defeat Germany 2-0 in the final with a team featuring the likes of Peter Schmeichel, Brian Laudrup and John Jensen.
If the match goes to extra time, the silver-goal rule will apply. In this scenario, if one team is ahead at the end of the first extra-time period, that team is declared the winner. If the score is still level at the end of this first period - and also at the end of extra time - the winner is determined by penalty kicks. Gary Lineker presents all of the action.
BBCi: digital viewers can access a range of extra services through their remote control, including alternative commentary, rolling highlights of the 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


Presenter: Gary Lineker

: BBC News

With Jon Sopel. Weather with Penny Tranter.


Newsreader: Jon Sopel
Weather Presenter: Penny Tranter

: The Peacemaker

Action thriller starring George Clooney and Nicole Kidman. When two trains crash in Russia and set off an explosion, several nuclear warheads fall into the wrong hands. White House scientist Julia Kelly teams up with military agent
Thomas Devoe in a bid to thwart the terrorists, a mission that requires the unravelling of a conspiracy that stretches all the way from Europe to New York. Review page 51. Director Mimi Leder (1997, 15)


Unknown: George Clooney
Unknown: Nicole Kidman.
Unknown: Julia Kelly
Unknown: Thomas Devoe
Director: Mimi Leder
Thomas Devoe: George Clooney
Julia Kelly: Nicole Kidman
Dimitri Vertikoff: Armin Mueller-Stahl
Dusan Gavrich: Marcel Lures
Alexsander Kodoroff: Alexander Bakiev
Vlado Mirich: Rene Medvesek
Ken: Randall Batinkoff
CPN Beach: Michael Boatman
Hamilton: Gary Werntz
Gen Garnett: Jim Haynie
Shummaker: Alexander Strobele
Appleton: Holt McCallany

: The Sky at Night

Moons of Saturn. After a journey lasting some seven years, the European and American spacecraft Cassini finally reaches Saturn. In the first of this two-part special, presenter Patrick Moore reviews the latest results following Cassini's spectacular flyby of the Saturnian moon Phoebe and also examines what can be expected from the Huygens probe destined for Titan.
Series producer Jane Fletcher Rptd next Saturday on BBC2


Presenter: Patrick Moore
Producer: Jane Fletcher Rptd

: Carpool

C Comedy starring Tom Arnold. When businessman
Daniel Miller is left in charge of the carpool for the neighbourhood schoolchildren, would-be armed robber Franklin Laszlo hijacks his vehicle. Confined inside a minivan, a workaholic father, a group of kids and a bumbling crook unexpectedly find some common ground. Review page 52.
Director Arthur Hiller (1996. PG)
Followed by Weatherview


Unknown: Tom Arnold.
Unknown: Daniel Miller
Unknown: Franklin Laszlo
Director: Arthur Hiller
Franklin Laszlo: Tom Arnold
Daniel Miller: David Paymer
Martha: Rhea Perlman
Mr Hammerman: Rod Steiger
Detective Erdman: Kim Coates
Kayla: Rachael Leigh Cook

: BBC News 24

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