Highlights of the ladies' final. Introduced by John Inverdale.
Shown yesterday 9.30pm BBC2
Presented by Simon McCoy and Susanna Reid.
Peter Sissons and his guests discuss the day's big issues.
Including 9.00 News; Weather. Executive editor Barney Jones
As part of Africa Lives on the BBC, Holby City's Hugh Ouarshie returns to Ghana, SMart's Mark Speight looks at tribal masks and Willard White sings gospel.
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Nina Wadia , Felix Dexter , Colin Jackson and Kate Sanderson join Alan Coren and Rod Liddle. Hosted by Fiona Bruce.
Why culling is being used against non-native species such as mink; a couple who've rejected the rat race; and advice on photographing water. With John Craven. Plus weather for the week ahead.
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Kaddu the tiger fights for life after an emergency operation. With Kate Humble and Ben Fogle. Series producer Chris Powell ; Executive producer Annette Clark Animal Park - Wild in Africa this week. 9.15am
An unusual Victorian strongbox is on offer at Swinderby antiques fair in Lincolnshire.
The famous silver-gilt cup - plus a cheque for E630,000 - is the reward for the winner of the men's singles final, with Sue Barker presenting live coverage from a packed Centre Court.
Roger Federer had to display all his fighting qualities to subdue the challenge of American Andy Roddick in the climax last year. The Swiss stylist struck back from a set down to claim his second
SW19 title by 4-6, 7-5, 7-6, 6-4. See yesterday's choice.
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The Africa Lives on the BBC season continues with actor/playwright Kwame Kwei-Armah in South Africa to investigate the pivotal role that music plays in life and faith. There, he talks to Archbishop Desmond Tutu and meets the Imilonji KaNtu Choral Society. Plus the Soweto Gospel Choir and Ladysmith Black Mambazo - who also sing in Later.... Africa, Friday BBC2 at 11.35pm. Producer Garry Boon ; Editor Hugh Faupel Africa round-up: page 28; The Inside Story: page 64
Africa Lives on the BBC continues with Rolf Harris uncovering the diversity of the continent's art. He tries his hand at rock art in South Africa and wood carving in Ghana before portraying his own personal vision of Africa at a community college in Soweto.
Producer Helen Williamson ; Exec producer Tina Fletcher Panorama continues the Africa Lives on the BBC season at 10.15pm Africa round-up: page 28
With Fiona Bruce. Regional News
Weather with Peter Gibbs.
7/8. Nicky's drug-dealing brother Adam is out of jail.
Writer Timothy Pragen Producer Jacinta Peel ; Director Susan Tully
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5/6. The Home Front. David Dimbleby explores Kent, Hampshire and Sussex to see how areas at risk from invasion have inspired artists, from JMW Turner's seascapes to the war art of Paul Nash. He also chats to Dame Vera Lynn about White Cliffs of Dover. A
Digital Picture of Britain follows at 10pm on BBC4; A Picture of.... Birmingham is Monday 7.30pm BBC3. Director Nicky Mis Repeated next Saturday on BBC2 COMPETITION: for details visit www.bbc.co.uk/apictureofbritain
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With Fiona Bruce.
Weather with Darren Bett.
Bystanders - Darfur and the Promise Broken. After rebels attacked government forces in the Darfur region of western Sudan, the brutal crackdown that followed led to hundreds of thousands of deaths and millions driven from their homes. Fergal Keane reports on why the world has failed to forge a response to the tragedy. Conflicts chronicles the origins of the crisis on Thursday on BBC3 at 9.30pm. Producer Darren Kemp ; Editor Mike Robinson Signed repeat on Thursday at 1.55am www.bbc.co.uk/panorama NOTE: as Panorama reacts to news, its subject matter may change Elephant Diaries continues the season tomorrow at 7pm Africa round-up: page 28
Frenetic crime comedy starring Martin Lawrence as a thief who hides a diamond on a construction site before being sent to jail. Once released, he finds the building is the LA police HO. Review page 49.
Director Les Mayfield (1999,12)
Deep Impact. Nasa's bid to send a probe into a comet to find out how they are formed. Comet Impact: Stardate is tomorrow 11.45am. Series producer Jane Fletcher Rptd next Saturday BBC2 Two worlds collide: page 37
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