Presented by Stephen Cole and Kate Sanderson.
Continues on BBC2.
7.35 Canoeing Six more finals to be decided on the last day of competition. Will Britain's Ian Wynne and Lucy Hardy have reached this far?
7.50 Football The final of the men's competition from the Olympic Stadium. Barry Davies is in the commentary box.
10.00 Mountain Biking Britain's Liam Killeen and Oli Beckingsale pedal for medals in the men's cross country. Hugh Porter and Gary Foorde commentate.
11.30 Diving The semi-finals of the men's 10m platform event, in which Britain's synchronised diving silver medallists, Peter Waterfield and Leon Taylor , go head to head. Bob Ballard and Chris Snode are at poolside.
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Premiership previews, including champions Arsenal's visit to
Norwich, Manchester United's away game against Lancashire rivals Blackburn, and Chelsea welcoming Southampton to Stamford Bridge. Plus a look ahead to next weekend's s
World Cup qualifiers involving the home nations.
Presented by Clare Balding , with Rishi Persad.
1.00 Olympic Report News of the final two classes of the sailing regatta to be settled.
1.30 Basketball Action from the women's bronze medal match.
1.50 Racing from Goodwood In a break away from the Olympic action, there are three starts from Goodwood at 2.00, 2.30 and 3.05. Commentary comes from Jim McGrath , Willie Carson , Lydia Hislop , RayCochrane and Angus Loughran.
Taekwondo The women's basketball gold medal match is played out this afternoon and Bob Ballard and Stuart Storey are atcourtside. Will defending champions USA make it three titles in a row?
Richard Simmons brings latest news from the sailing, while
Harry Gration and Colin Daley guide viewers through the taekwondo action.
4.20 Olympic Report More headlines, with reports from Jill Douglas , Phil Jones , Suzi Perry and Garry Richardson.
Plus, Ray Stubbs has football news on the third 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 at www.bbc.co.uk/olympjcs Sports radio offer: pagelO
Sue Barker and Hazel Irvine, with Michael Johnson ,
Jonathan Edwards and Colin Jackson , introduce the final night of action in the athletics stadium.
5.45 Boxing The first two of 11 finals being fought over the next two days, starting with the flyweight and featherweight divisions. Jim Neilly and Richie Woodhall commentate.
6.00-8.35 Athletics Steve Cram , Stuart Storey , Paul Dickenson , Brendan Foster and Sally Gunnell guide us through an evening of finals.
6.00 Women's high jump final.
6.30 Women's 1500m final. Can Kelly Holmes win Britain's first ever medal in this event?
6.40 Men's javelin final. Steve Backley will be hoping to cap his career by winning his first gold medal following near misses at the past three Games.
6.50 Men's 800m final.
7.05 Men's 5,000m final.
7.45 Men's 4xl00m final.
8.00 Women's 4x4OOm final.
8.25 Men's 4x400m final.
8.35 Boxing Action from three more finals in the light-welterweight, middleweight and heavyweight divisions.
Athletics: Producer Martin Webster : Editor Michael Cole DIGITAL AND INTERNET VIEWERS: digital satellite and cable viewers can choose from four extra Olympic events, and Freeview viewers from two extra events, by pressing the red handset button. Internet users can watch five streams of live footage at www.bbc.co.uk/olympics Sports radio offer: page 10
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Producer Andrew Musson : Executive producer David Young
Ringof Truth. Simon and Lara's wedding looks set for an explosive end when Abs makes a painful discovery about the groom. Plus sparks fly between Bex and Claire.
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With Peter Sissons. Weather with Peter Gibbs.
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Will Manchester United's lunchtime match against Blackburn have re-ignited the flame of their mid-90s Premiership rivalry? Gary Lineker has news of this, plus coverage of defending champions Arsenal's trip to Carrow Road to play newly promoted Norwich and action from Stamford Bridge where Chelsea hosted Paul Sturrock 's Southampton. There's also the result of Crystal Palace's encounter with Middlesbrough's new strike force of Mark Viduka and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink. Match of the Day 2 is tomorrow at 10.30pm on BBC2. Producer Phil Bigwood : Editor Andrew Clement
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The curtain falls on the athletics events at the Olympic Stadium. Plus a report on Britain's only wrestling competitor, Neil Ackerman.
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