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: Yesterday at Wimbledon

Action from the men's semis.
Shown yesterday on BBC2

: Breakfast

Susanna Reid and Bill Turnbull.
Incl NewsWatch at 7.45.


Unknown: Susanna Reid
Unknown: Bill Turnbull.

: Saturday Kitchen

Chefs Brian Turner and James Tanner prepare summer lunches, with regular helpings from Rick Stein , Delia Smith and the Hairy Bikers. Hosted by James Martin. Editor Michael Kelpie CONTACT DETAILS: vote for a dish on [number removed] (15p); enter the competition on [number removed] (25p); call the show on [number removed] (lOp)
Rabbit fricassee with tagliatelle: p53 Stylish alfresco dining offers: page 36


Unknown: Brian Turner
Unknown: James Tanner
Unknown: Rick Stein
Unknown: Delia Smith
Unknown: James Martin.
Editor: Michael Kelpie

: Gary Rhodes

Puddings. From humble crumble to the sophisticated glamour of a bittersweet strawberry tart, Gary explores the grand finale to any meal - the dessert.

: News; Weather

: Keeping Up Appearances

Hyacinth just can't wait for the neighbours to see her new suite.


Writer: Roy Clarke

: World Cup Focus

A look ahead to this evening's play-off for the third and fourth places. Plus a preview of tomorrow's final, which will be watched by more than a billion people worldwide. With
Manish Bhasin and guests.


Unknown: Manish Bhasin

: Wimbledon 2006

After almost two weeks of set points, smashes, slices and strawberries, the tournament reaches its climax this weekend, beginning with the ladies' final on Centre Court (starts 2.00).
Venus Williams outlasted fellow
American Lindsay Davenport in an epic final last year to claim her third title and, at number 14, become the lowest ranked player to win the championship since seedings were officially introduced in 1927. Venus had come from match point down to win the longest ever ladies'final recorded at the All England Club 4-6,7-6 (7-4), 9-7, a match lasting two hours and 45 minutes. Play continues on BBC2 at 5.30pm.
Presented by Sue Barker.
Executive producer Paul Davies : Editor
Philip Bernie (HD)
Digital viewers can select action from other courts, plus a range of extra features, via the handset's red button
John Barrett 's all-time great finals: p25


Unknown: Venus Williams
Unknown: Lindsay Davenport
Presented By: Sue Barker.
Producer: Paul Davies
Editor: Philip Bernie
Unknown: John Barrett

: BBC News

Regional News; Weather

: Sport Relief Presents Only Fools on Horses

Eleven celebrities have spent their first night together in the stables, and the pressure is on as the rookie riders have only one day to prepare for their next showjumping challenge. Tonight's jumps have a Wimbledon theme - but who will be celebrating with strawberries and champagne, and who will be hoofed off the show? Angus Deayton and Kirsty Gallacher present the horseplay. BBC3 has extra live action from the base camp in Essex at 7pm and there's a results show at 10.30pm on BBC1. Series editor Nic McNeilis ; Executive producer Louise Rainbow


Unknown: Angus Deayton
Unknown: Kirsty Gallacher
Editor: Nic McNeilis
Producer: Louise Rainbow

: Doctor Who: Doomsday: 2/2

13/13 As an unstoppable terror emerges from beneath Torchwood, the Doctor faces an even greater dilemma - does saving the world mean the death of Rose Tyler?
A new series is due to begin next spring, but a Christmas special is planned. Doctor Who Confidential is at 7.45pm on BBC3.
Repeated tomorrow on BBC3 at 10pm
On set with David Tennant: p8; Free poster offer: p10


Writer: Russell T Davies
Producer: Phil Collinson
Director: Graeme Harper
The Doctor: David Tennant
Rose Tyler: Billie Piper
Jackie Tyler: Camille Coduri
Mickey Smith: Noel Clarke
Pete Tyler: Shaun Dingwall
Jake Simmonds: Andrew Hayden-Smith
Yvonne Hartman: Tracy-Ann Oberman
Dr Rajesh Singh: Raji James

Blog posts that mention this programme:

The 13 Doctors - a Who's Who 5 October 2018
The 13 Doctors - a Who's Who 5 October 2018

: World Cup Match of the Day Live

The curtain is set to fall this weekend on what has been a month of top-drawer footballing drama, with a cast of incredible characters performing on a world stage. Tonight, Stuttgart is the venue for the play-off for third and fourth places (kick-off 8.00). After the bitter disappointment of semi-final defeat in midweek, which team will be able to regroup to show the world its resilience has not been shattered?
Introduced by Gary Lineker, with commentary from Jonathan Pearce and Mark Bright. There's a second showing at 1.40am, and World Cup Final Match of the Day Live begins tomorrow at 6pm on BBC1, with kick-off at 7pm. (HD) Also broadcast on Radio Five Live [web address removed]
Digital viewers can access alternative commentaries, highlights, and analysis via the red button.


Presenter: Gary Lineker
Commentary: Jonathan Pearce
Commentary: Mark Bright

: BBC News

Presented by Darren Jordon.
Weather with Susan Powell.


Presented By: Darren Jordon.
Unknown: Susan Powell.

: Sport Relief Presents Only Fools on Horses - Results

The loser of the nightly three-way jump-off makes their exit live from the base camp in Essex.
Followed by National Lottery Update

: Species

Creepy sci-fi horror starring Ben Kingsley , Michael Madsen , Alfred Molina and Forest Whitaker. and featuring Natasha Henstridge. A young girl called Sil has a beauty that conceals a dark portent: the half-alien is a threat to mankind. As she escapes from a lab, a crack team including an assassin and a biologist is dispatched to find her. Review page 45. Director Roger Donaldson (1995, 18) Film Trivia: page 51


Unknown: Ben Kingsley
Unknown: Michael Madsen
Unknown: Alfred Molina
Unknown: Natasha Henstridge.
Director: Roger Donaldson

: Friday Night with Jonathan Ross

With Dominic
MonaghanandtheZutons. Shown yesterday


Unknown: With Dominic

: World Cup Match of the Day Replay

Another chance to see the contest for third place. Followed by Weatherview

: BBC News 24

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