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Timmy runs away from home.
Gunge, games and cartoons, presented by Angellica Bell, Jake Humphrey and Simon Grant.
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Live coverage from Horse Guards in London, as the Queen's Colour of the Irish Guards is trooped in honour of the monarch's official birthday. Commentary by Huw Edwards , with Clare Balding and Lieutenant Colonel Gerald Lesinski. Highlights at 4.30pm on BBC2. Director David Pickthall ; Producer
For Richard, early retirement is anything less than a blessing.
Sue Barker introduces an afternoon of ATP tennis from Queen's Club in west London.
1.05 McEnroe and Becker
These two former champions join Sue Barker in the studio ahead of tomorrow's first-ever match between them on grass.
1.20 Tennis Live action from today's two semi-finals, where
Andy Roddick will hope to be on course for a hat-trick of titles. Among those anxious to find form as Wimbledon approaches will be three-time winner
Lleyton Hewitt , whom Roddick beat at this stage last year, and Britain's perennial grass-court hopeful Tim Henman , who last reached the final in 2002. The final is tomorrow in Sunday Grandstand at 2pm on BBC2. Producer Richard Carr
Editor Jim Bentley BBCi: digital viewers can watch qualifying for tomorrow's Catalonia Moto GP, via the red button, from 12.50 to 1.50pm
Rodney's musical ambitions are thwarted in John Sullivan's comedy from 1985.
Having teased the tresses of the rich, how will celebrity hairdressers take to being teased themselves? "Queen of Mean" Anne Robinson guests in Doctor Who, next. Producer Alexandra McLeod ; Series producer Andy Rowe
The entire human race has been blinded to a threat on its doorstep. With Armageddon fast approaching, the Doctor must act immediately.
The star-studded episode - and series - concludes next Saturday.
Doctor Who Confidential is at 7.45pm on BBC3.
Writer Russell T Davies ; Producer Phil Collinson; Director Joe Ahearne
Repeated at 10.55pm on BBC3
Christopher Eccleston joins the Top Gear team tomorrow at 8pm on BBC2
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8/10. Has your number come up? Julian Clary and Emily Maitlis oversee the ball-juggling. Includes the Lotto, Lotto Extra and Thunderball draws.
Director Julian Smith ; Series producer Andy Rowe BBCi: digital viewers can take part using the handset's red button
Baby Love. Claire is horrified to learn that Pete has raped before. Josh is blamed for causing a baby's death.
Writer Peter Lloyd ; Producer Alex Perrin ; Director Luke Watson
With Darren Jordon.
Weather with Darren Bett.
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Pacey action thriller starring George Clooney and Nicole Kidman. When a train crash in Russia results in several nuclear warheads falling into the wrong hands, White House scientist Julia Kelly teams up with military agent Thomas Devoe to track the weapons down. Review page 52.
Director Mimi Leder (1997, 15)
Quirky romantic comedy starring Dan Futterman , Stuart Townsend and Kate Beckinsale. Two entrepreneurial ne'er-do-wells dream of buying a stately home, but their friendship is under threat when they fall for the same girl. Review page 52. Director Stefan Schwartz (1997, 12) Followed by Weatherview
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