Presented by Chris Eakin and Mishal Husain.
9/9. World snooker champion Ronnie O'Sullivan and rugby
World Cup hero Will Greenwood guest. Plus a report from the UK's only world class women's surfing competition. With John Inverdale and Louise Minchin. Series director Ian Blandford
Editor David Ford
8/9. Rory McGrath joins host Antony Worrall Thompson in the kitchen to cook food on a Greek theme in honour of the forthcoming Olympic games, including a lamb dish with aubergines and recipe ideas for feta cheese. Viewers can vote for a favourite dish, which Antony will cook at the end of the show. To vote, phone [number removed](calls cost lOp); digital satellite viewers press the red button on the handset. Producer Lucy Lomas ; Executive producer Elaine Bancroft
Previewing the new Football League and Scottish seasons - which start today - and a look forward to tomorrow's Community Shield between Arsenal and Manchester United as both teams get the chance to show off their new signings. With Manish Bhasin, Mark Lawrenson and Gordon Strachan.
(Community Shield highlights in Match of the Day tomorrow at 6pm)
Presented by Clare Balding.
1.05 Road to Athens Olympics news, live from the British team training camp in Cyprus, as the squad make their final preparations ahead of next week's Games in Athens.
1.35,4.05 Racing Live coverage from Ascot and Haydock Park. At Ascot it's the six-race
ShergarCup Day where Britain and Ireland take on the Rest of the World, with Frankie Dettori back to lead the global competitors. Will he repeat last year's success when he guided his team to victory? The two-mile feature race is at
3.20, with other starts at 1.40,
2.10, 2.45, 3.50 and 4.20.
Over at Haydock Park there are three top races, including the Handicap Stakes at 1.55, plus the 2.30 and 3.00.
Commentary comes from
Jim McGrath and Ian Bartlett , with expert analysis from Willie Carson and RayCochrane.
4.00 Football Half-times
Directors (racing) Steve Docherty and Gerry Morrison ; Editors James Bentley (Road to Athens). Stephen Cook (racing) www.bbc.co.uk/sport
Results, reports and news from around the grounds.
8/8. Ian Wright challenges people to confront their fears to win a dream holiday.
Del finds that romance cures his yuletide blues in this Christmas special from 1982.
6/6. Will Johnny get to perform a song with Denise in this final edition? Plus the usual competitions, games, outside broadcasts and banter.
Director Jonathan Bullen ; Series producer Suzy Lamb www.bbc.co.uk/johnnyanddenise
Five contestants compete to be in the right place at the right time in the big-money quiz hosted by Dale Winton.
Producer Andrew Musson ; Executive producer David Young The National Lottery Midweek Draws is on Wednesday at 7.55pm
Inside Out. Simon and Lara make an announcement that
Harry is furious about, but can Simon make it through his first day back without the use of drugs?
Writer Paul Ebbs ; Producer Sophie Anwar ; Director Dominic Lees www.bbc.co.uk/casualty
A Game of Soldiers. David Soul and Phyllis Logan guest-star in a case where the apparently motiveless murder of a smart American tourist brings Dalziel back in contact with old flame DS Jenny Ettrick.
Writer Stan Hey ; Producer Ann Tricklebank ; Director Patrick Lau
Det Supt Andy Dalziel:
Dl Peter Pascoe:
DS Jenny Ettrick:
Sgt Brian Skinner:
DS Dawn Milligan:
Dr Frank Mason:
Private Frank Ellerby:
Private Kevin Gillman:
Lt Col James Hartley:
With Jon Sopel. Weather with Michael Fish.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Violent, fish-out-of-water action thriller starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and James Belushi. When militaristic
Moscow policeman Captain Ivan Danko is sent to the US to track down a Russian drug dealer, he is partnered with a brash Chicago detective whose style of policing is in total contrast to that of the militaristic Danko. Review page 47.
Director Walter Hill (1988.18) Film Trivia: page 45
Followed by Weatherview
Captain Ivan Danko:
Det Sgt Art Ridzik:
With guests Mark Spitz , Sean Kerly , Sebastian Coe and Steve Redgrave. Shown yesterday
McFly and Lloyd Banks perform. With
Tim Kash and Reggie Yates. Shown yesterday