Winner Group B v Runner-up
Gary Lineker presents second-round coverage from Stuttgart, featuring the winner of England's group (kick-off 4.00). (HD)Also broadcast on Radio Five Live
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Julie Walters , Jonathan Ross and Harry Hill head a stellar cast in The Queen's Handbag, a dramatised celebration of children's literature in honour of Her I Majesty's 80th birthday. Featuring specially written Harry Potter sequences.
Also on CBBC channel.
Writers Julian Fellowes and David Wood
Directors Claire Popplewell, Ben Warwick; Executive producer Lorna Dickinson
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Children's Party at the Palace 6.00pm BBC1, CBBC
The Queen is holding a huge 80th birthday party in the garden of Buckingham Palace when the handbag containing her speech goes missing. No need to worry, though - it's just the plot of an extravaganza being staged by more than 30 stars of stage and screen, alongside 80 of Britain's best-loved children's literary characters.
Winnie the Pooh, Postman Pat, Peter Pan and the BFG (Big Friendly Giant) will be rubbing shoulders with the likes of Julie Walters, Jonathan Ross, Harry Hill, Sophie Dahl, Bradley Walsh and four stars from the Harry Potter films, watched by 3,000 young guests. As well as the Queen, of course - enjoying the performance with her handbag safely by her side. (Jane Rackham)
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Winner Group D v Runner-up Group C
Coverage of the crucial second-round clash (kick-off
8.00) from Nuremberg. Highlights are at 11.35pm.
Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Andrew Clement (HD) Also broadcast on Radio Five Live www.bbc.co.uk/worldcup
In Divine Proportion. Will a shotgun murder case re-open old wounds for detective duo Lynley and Havers? Nathaniel Parker and Sharon Small star.
Writer Julian Simpson
Producer Christopher Aird ; Director Brian Stirner
Rape on Trial. Has anything changed for women reporting the crime since the broadcast of Roger Graef's documentary A Complaint of Rape in 1982? Producer Tony Stark
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