John Inverdale is joined by Wimbledon alumni to salute the winners and losers on day five.
Shown yesterday on BBC2
Gnasher needs disguising.
Earth's children are imprisoned.
Gunge, games and cartoons. Presented by Angellica Bell, Jake Humphrey and Simon Grant.
(Also on CBBC channel)
Is Basil actually going to end up a wedded fox?
A creature in Antarctica is dragging its victims to an icy fate.
How is the Dumping Ground going to cope with three Elaines?
Bring It On battles it out against So Little Time.
Sue Barker presents live coverage of the sixth day's play at Wimbledon with the third round due to be finished by close of play tonight. At this stage last year, defending champion Roger Federer had not even dropped a set, let alone come close to losing. The last time a player went through the whole men's singles tournament without dropping a set was in 1976, when Bjorn Borg claimed the first of his five consecutive titles.
BBCi: satellite and cable viewers can select action from up to five extra courts, plus a range of features, via the red button.
Freeview viewers can access two additional courts, plus the latest news and results
Famed duos, including Dick & Dom and Kym Marsh and Jack Ryder. take their chances with martinet host Anne Robinson.
A vintage performance from the recently knighted David Jason as the regulars from the Nag's Head head to Margate.
10/10. Julian Clary releases the balls for the last time this series with the help of Emily Maitlis. 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
Selena discovers that her nightmare with the drugs gang is far from over.
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Medical Drama: Casualty 8.25pm BBC1
One of Casualty's favourite tricks is to weave together two or three minor storylines, revealing the connection at the end. Usually it's done with sledgehammer subtlety, but tonight they're linked in such an obscure way, it's impossible to imagine anyone will guess the link.
For much of the episode it's business as usual: various patients are treated and dispatched; Maggie struggles to balance work commitments with her father's deteriorating mental state; Bex is horrified to hear from Claire that she's not the first woman to be raped by Pete; and Selena continues her quest for sainthood. But this, too, takes a dramatic turn, ending up with a member of staff fighting for their life. (Jane Rackham)
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A poignant love story written by Love Actually's Richard Curtis, his first feature film for BBC1. Bill Nighy takes the lead as shy civil servant Lawrence, who has a life-changing relationship with a mysterious girl whom he meets in a cafe opposite Downing Street. When he takes her on a romantic mini-break to the G8 summit in Reykjavik, political issues and the pair's growing attraction become intertwined.
The story behind The Girl in the Cafe: page 16
Why we love ... Anton Lesser: page 55
German senior adviser:
American senior adviser:
Secretary of the Treasury:
With Matthew Amroliwala.
Weather with Darren Bett.
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Explosive action thriller starring Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mark Kaminski , a small-town sheriff who was forced out of the FBI for using excessive violence.
Now the bureau wants him back to help apprehend Chicago gangster Luigi Patrovita. Review page 47. Director John Irvin (1986,18)
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