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: Breakfast

With Simon McCoy and Natasha Kaplinsky. Continues on BBC2. including 6.00 Breakfast Briefing with Moira Stuart (Mon-Wed), Kate Sanderson (Thu, Fri); 6.15, 6.45,
7.15, 7.45, 8.15, 8.45 , 9.25 weather with Louise Lear ; 6.20,
7.35,8.35 sport; 6.27, 6.56,
7.27, 7.56, 8.27, 8.56 national and regional news; 6.50, 7.25,
7.50,8.25 business news.
Editor Richard Porter

Contributors

Unknown: Simon McCoy
Unknown: Natasha Kaplinsky.
Unknown: Moira Stuart
Unknown: Kate Sanderson
Unknown: Louise Lear
Editor: Richard Porter

: Olympic Grandstand

Hosted by Hazel Irvine, Steve Cram , Sharron Davies and Steve Redgrave.
8.00-9.10 Swimming Coverage of men's and women's heats.
8.00 Women's 200m freestyle, featuring Britain's Mel Marshall.
8.35 Men's 200m butterfly, featuring Commonwealth silver medallist Stephen Parry.
9.05 Women's 200m IM.
8.10--9.20 Rowing The Schinias Centre hosts the repechages, in which eliminated rowers can stake a claim in the latter stages of the competition.
8.10 British pair Cath Bishop and Katherine Grainger take part in the women's pairs.
8.30 Toby Garbett and Rick Dunn row in the men's pairs.
9.10 The men's four sees Matthew Pinsent ,
James Cracknell , Steve Williams and Ed Coode in action.
Plus judo, badminton, hockey, equestrian events, shooting, tennis, table tennis, beach volleyball and boxing. DIGITAL AND INTERNET VIEWERS: additional coverage available via the red handset button or at www.bbc.co.uk/olympics
Including XL 00 News; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Cram
Unknown: Sharron Davies
Unknown: Steve Redgrave.
Unknown: Mel Marshall.
Unknown: Stephen Parry.
Unknown: Katherine Grainger
Unknown: Toby Garbett
Unknown: Rick Dunn
Unknown: Matthew Pinsent
Unknown: James Cracknell
Unknown: Steve Williams
Unknown: Ed Coode

: Olympic Report

Hazel Irvine and Steve Cram with news of British progress in shooting events and sailing, where the 49er class made its debut this morning.

Contributors

Unknown: Hazel Irvine
Unknown: Steve Cram

: BBC News

Weather

: Olympic Grandstand

With Craig Doyle and Jill Douglas.
1.40 Boxing A first glimpse of Britain's only boxer in the Olympics, lightweight Amir Khan.
2.00 Badminton Quarter-final action from the women's singles and mixed doubles.
2.30 Judo, sailing, table tennis, equestrian events, beach volleyball and news of Michaela Breeze , Britain's only female weightlifter.
Including 3.20 News; Weather Regional News

Contributors

Unknown: Craig Doyle
Unknown: Jill Douglas.
Unknown: Amir Khan.
Unknown: Michaela Breeze

: Olympic Report

With Sue Barker, Steve Rider and Sharron Davies.
5.25-6.00 Swimming
5.30 Women's 200m freestyle semi-finals.
5.40 Men's 200m freestyle final. USA's Michael Phelps should go head to head with Ian Thorpe and Grant Hackett of Australia.
5.50 The women's 100m backstroke final, where British hopes should rest with Katy Sexton and Sarah Price. DIGITAL AND INTERNET VIEWERS: additional coverage available via the red handset button or at www.bbc.co.uk/olympics

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Rider
Unknown: Sharron Davies.
Unknown: Michael Phelps
Unknown: Ian Thorpe
Unknown: Grant Hackett
Unknown: Katy Sexton
Unknown: Sarah Price.

: BBC News

With George Alagiah and Sian Williams. Including a weather summary. www.bbc.co.uk/news

Contributors

Unknown: George Alagiah
Unknown: Sian Williams.

: BBC London News

Asad Ahmad
and Nina Hossain with news for London and the Home Counties.
Editor Catherine Hearne REGIONAL PROGRAMME: see note on left under Other Regions

Contributors

Unknown: Asad Ahmad
Unknown: Nina Hossain
Editor: Catherine Hearne

: South East Today

Beverley Thompson and Giles Dilnot present
Sussex and Kent news.
Editor Quentin Smith REGIONAL PROGRAMME: see note on left under Other Regions
Followed by Weather with Michael Fish.

Contributors

Unknown: Beverley Thompson
Unknown: Giles Dilnot
Editor: Quentin Smith
Unknown: Michael Fish.

: Cash in the Attic

Happily married for nearly 40 years, Robin and Marion Gallimore would love to celebrate their ruby anniversary travelling to Edinburgh on board the Orient Express. Can the clutter-into-cash crew bring their dream to fruition?
Series producer Gill Waddington

Contributors

Unknown: Marion Gallimore
Producer: Gill Waddington

: As Time Goes By

Jean has accepted Lionel's proposal, but their euphoria is far from all-pervasive in this 1995 episode of the gentle comedy starring Judi Dench and Geoffrey Palmer.
Writer Bob Larbey : Director/Producer Sydney Lotterby

Contributors

Unknown: Judi Dench
Unknown: Geoffrey Palmer.
Unknown: Bob Larbey

: EastEnders

Has Paul scuppered Patrick and Yolande's fostering hopes? Juley has to decide whether blood is thicker than water.
Writer Colin Wyatt Cast on Friday Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 Soap & Flannel: page 34

Contributors

Unknown: Colin Wyatt Cast

: Changing Rooms

Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen oversees the creative efforts of Gordon Whistance and Anna Ryder Richardson as they draw inspiration from the 70s and the East to bring a party feel to rooms in two very different North Wales homes.
Producer Rachel Palin : Series producer Joanne Haddock

Contributors

Unknown: Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen
Unknown: Gordon Whistance
Unknown: Anna Ryder Richardson
Producer: Rachel Palin
Producer: Joanne Haddock

: Waking the Dead

Shadowplay 2/2. Boyd's team now feel sure that the dark force cited by two homicidal psychiatric patients really exists. In tonight's series finale, they look into the possibility that the mysterious "Shepherd" could be Dr
Carney himself. But tragedy looms near when his brother also comes into the equation. The show, which contains violent images, returns in 2005. See Sunday's choice.
For cast see Sunday at 9pm

: BBC News

With Fiona Bruce. 10.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather with Michael Fish.

Contributors

Unknown: Fiona Bruce.
Unknown: Michael Fish.

: Olympics Today

Swimming comes under the gaze of Clare Balding and Craig Doyle on day three, in which Ian Thorpe and Michael Phelps were due to be making waves in the 200m freestyle final, while Katy Sexton and Sarah Price were Team GB's medal hopes in the 100m backstroke. In gymnastics, the first medals were awarded in the men's team event.

Contributors

Unknown: Craig Doyle
Unknown: Ian Thorpe
Unknown: Michael Phelps
Unknown: Katy Sexton
Unknown: Sarah Price

: Murder in the Mirror

Thriller based on a true story, starring Jane Seymour as the prime suspect in her husband's murder. The accused woman's personal investigations reveal, however, that her late spouse led a sordid secret life. Review page 50.
Director James Keach (2000)
Followed by Weathervlew

Contributors

Unknown: Jane Seymour
Director: James Keach

: Sign Zone

Signed programmes. Ends 4.20.
The Blue Planet 6/8. The stunning beauty, fragility and danger contained within the coral of tropical waters, as described by David Attenborough. Featuring enhanced commentary.
2.20 Pushed to the Umit - Britain's Toughest Family 5/10
Shipwrecked and stranded in shark-infested waters, which of the final families can remain most focused?
3.20 First Olympians - a Horizon Special How a tomb in southern
Italy shed light on the ancient Olympics. First shown on BBC2

Contributors

Unknown: David Attenborough.

: BBC News 24









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