Chris Eakin and Kate Sanderson. Continues on BBC2.
7.00-8.45 Rowing Finals
The men's coxless four, with three-time Olympic champion Matthew Pinsent, head the list of British medal hopefuls.
7.10 Women's pairs.
7.30 Men's pairs.
7.50 Women's double sculls.
8.10 Men's double sculls.
8.30 Men's four.
The men's 100m gets under way with British trio Darren Campbell, Mark Lewis-Francis and Jason Gardener all expected to qualify. There's the first run-out for defending champion Maurice Greene and world champion Kim Collins, while heptathletes Denise Lewis and Kelly Sotherton will be after points in the long jump.
10.00 Sailing/Badminton/Hockey/Table Tennis/Equestrian/Boxing
Four sailing medals are decided today in the Finn, Yngling and both 470s, with Brits
Shirley Robertson and Ben Ainslie trying to emulate their Sydney triumphs.
The gold is at stake in the team dressage, bronze in badminton's men's singles and women's doubles, and gold or silver in the table tennis women's singles semi-finals.
Boxing quarter- final spots are up for grabs while India meet New Zealand in the men's hockey.
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A look ahead to the weekend's action: Manchester City travel to Liverpool, Newcastle face Tottenham, and Birmingham welcome Chelsea.
Are Britain's sailors on course for victory?
1.30 Boxing Quarter-final spots are at stake in the flyweight and middleweight divisions.
2.00 Sailing/Badminton/Table Tennis/Archery More sailing, while the final badminton golds are won in the men's singles and women's doubles. The men's doubles are settled in table tennis and the men's team event in archery.
3.15 Cycling Two more gold medals are decided at the velodrome. Britain took bronze at the world championships earlier this year in the team sprint, while Bradley Wiggins is a contender in the individual pursuit.
4.20 Olympic Report
Plus, Ray Stubbs has football news on the second weekend of the Premiership.
Producer Jonny Bramley ; Editors
Ron Chakraborty , Carl Hicks DIGITAL AND INTERNET VIEWERS: extra coverage available via the red handset button or atwww.bbc.co.uk/olympics
Presented by Sue Barker and Hazel Irvine , with Michael Johnson , Jonathan Edwards and Colin Jackson.
5.35-8.05 Athletics Including the heptathlonjavelin and ,the women's pole vault qualifying.
5.40 Men's 100m round two.
6.20 Women's 100m semi-final.
6.35 Women's triplejump qualifying.
6.40 Women's 800m semi-final.
7.10 Women's discus final.
7.15 Men's 400m semi-final.
7.40 Heptathlon 800m. Denise Lewis - Britain's only defending track and field champion - and Kelly Sotherton hope to be in the running in this the final discipline.
Commentary is provided by Steve Cram , Stuart Storey ,
Paul Dickenson , Brendan Foster and Sally Gunnell.
8.05 Hockey Britain's men face Germany in their crucial penultimate preliminary match.
8.25 Athletics Men's 3,000m steeplechase round one.
8.55 Women's 100m final.
Including at 7.00 Olympic Report The headlines so far.
Athletics: Producer Martin Webster ; Editor Michael Cole
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Including tonight's Lotto,
Lotto Extra and Thunderball draws.
Producer Andrew Musson ; Executive producer David Young
Love, Honour and Betray. Temptations prove too much on Lara's hen night and at Simon's stag. Meanwhile, Tess learns the true tale of a severely beaten young woman.
Writer Gregory Evans ; Producer Sue Howells ; Director Declan O'Dwyer
With Peter Sissons. Weather with Alex Deakin.
Followed by National Lottery Update
An emotional day loomed as Kevin Keegan returned to the ground where he was idolised as a player. Will Man City's manager see his team triumph at Liverpool? Gary Lineker has highlights of this and the day's six other Premiership games. Match ofthe Day 2 is tomorrow 10.30pm on BBC2. Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Andrew Clement
Repeated tomorrow 9.45am www.bbc.co.uk/motd BBC MAGAZINE: Match ofthe Day Premiership Guide 2004/05. £3.95
On a day when most of the action has taken place on or in the water, who's made a big splash? Producer Helen Kuttner ; Editor Philip Bernie
Hip hop comedy, with rapper Master P and cameos by Snoop Dogg and Ice Cube. Black and Blue are struggling LA street hustlers whose fortunes appear to be on the up when a shipment of mobile phones comes into their possession. Review page 47.
Director Michael Martin (1998, 18)
Followed by Weatherview
Girls Aloud are among the guests.
Shown yesterday on BBC2