Full coverage of the penultimate day begins at 2.30 with the six-furlong Albany Stakes for two-year-old fillies. Last year Richard Hughes and Jewel in the Sand took the honours, with 40-1 outsider Spirit of Chester snatching second place. The second start is the Group Two King Edward VII Stakes at 3.05. Coverage continues at
3.20pm on BBC2. Presented by Clare Balding .
Sporting greats and former quiz team captains Ian Botham and Bill Beaumont join Ally McCoist, while Matt Dawson welcomes Scottish footballer Gary McAllister and the new Ryder Cup captain Ian Woosnam. Sue Barker asks the questions.
Among tonight's performers are Kelly Clarkson and Stereophonies, while there's a new album exclusive from Coldplay. With Fearne Cotton and Reggie Yates. Producer Sally Wood ; Executive producer Andi Peters
Repeated tomorrow www.bbc.co.uk/totp TOP OF THE POPS MAGAZINE: now published fortnightly, price E2 BBC2's controller on TOTPs future: page 28
Zoe's future plans are thrown into chaos when some old faces return to the Square. Sam begins her new job and Pat reawakens Dot's interest in driving. Writer Sarah Phelps For cast see page 45
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 Omnibus next Sunday
7/8. Michelle Collins makes a guest appearance alongside Lenny and co in Britain's answer to CSI.
Plus more character sketches and stand-up comedy. Director Michael Cumming ; Producer Alex Jackson-Long
2/6. Anne Robinson presents a heady and irreverent mix of topical comedy and current affairs, with the game help of comedian Marcus Brigstocke and two celebrity guests.
Director Peter Orton ; Series producer Paul Stevenson
4/6. Carol "Countdown" Vorderman and bespectacled rock veteran Elvis Costello run the gauntlet of the wisecracking chat-show spoofers in their charming Wembley home. Starring Meera Syal , Sanjeev Bhaskar , Indira Joshi and Vincent Ebrahim.
Producer Helen Williams ; Executive producer Anil Gupta
Ian McShane reflects on his star role in the acclaimed
HBO western drama Deadwood, the second series of which will be broadcast on Sky One in July, and fellow actor James Nesbitt talks about playing the eponymous cop in Murphy's Law, showing on Thursdays on BBC1. Plus folk-pop duo Turin Brakes air their latest acoustic sounds in preparation for a gig aboard one of the 32 pods on the London Eye. Series producer Suzi Aplin ; Executive producer Addison Cresswell Repeated next Sunday on BBC3 The most powerful people on radio: page 20
A feature-length episode continues the re-run of the ground-breaking first series of the US drama set in real time. Starring Kiefer Sutherland.
2.00-4.00am. Is Nina somehow connected with the plot to assassinate Palmer? Kimberley and Janet attempt to escape from their captors.
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