The best of the action from day 12, and the ladies' final.
Shown 10pm yesterday on BBC2
Presented by Susanna Reid and Bill Turnbull. (5)
Andrew Marr 's weekly review With
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Editor Barney Jones
There's a live link-up with Islam Expo, the UK's biggest exhibition of Muslim life and culture, and Myleene Klass explores the effect of the sun, moon and stars on religious belief
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John Craven finds out what's being done to safeguard the future of the Dartmoor pony, Tom Heap asks if dairy cows are being pushed to the limit, and Adam Henson tests the quicksands of Morecambe Bay. With Weather for the week ahead. series producer Sarah Gibbs ; Executive editor Andrew Thorman
Two married couples battle it out in Detling, Kent.
Lily. Dr Sloan is caught in the middle of a vice raid.
Sue Barker presents live coverage from the All England Club of the men's singles final (2.00).
Twelve months ago,
Switzerland's Roger Federer
Produced a faultless display to brush aside America's Andy Roddick and claim his third straight title. Winning it again this year would make Federer the only player during the Open era to have been crowned champion on four consecutive occasions. Will he be on court this afternoon to defend his title? (HD) Commentary also on Radio Five Live www.bbc.co.uk/wimbledon
Digital viewers can select action from other courts, plus extra features
John Barrett 's all-time great finals: p25
It's time for the biggest international football match in four years, as Gary Lineker introduces live coverage of the 2006 World Cup final (kick-off 7.00), from the Olympiastadion in Berlin.
So which two teams will football fans be watching tonight? Has the advantage of playing on home soil helped the famously tenacious German side advance to their ninth World Cup final, and could the match be a repeat of the 2002 final in which Brazil beat the Germans 2-0? Or maybe - just maybe - a replay of another World Cup final that took place 40 years ago? At the time of going to press, eight teams - including the fancied Argentina and a resurgent France - were in the running, and predictions seemed premature. One way or another, the stage is set for a clash of two footballing giants, each with a chance to write the latest chapter in the history of the beautiful game.
Commentary comes from John Motson and Mark Lawrenson. A full replay is at 12.05am.
Also broadcast on Radio Five Live
Online coverage, and a host of fun extras including World Cup Blog, Goalfinger, Mini Motty and Virtual Replay, available at [web address removed]
Digital viewers can access alternative commentaries, highlights, analysis and, perhaps, an England channel
Net gains: page 53
To mark World Cup final day, the ten remaining celebrities must tackle a tough showjumping course of football-themed fences. Who will keep their nerve and steer their horse to victory, and whose fate will be left to the viewer vote - and eventually placed in the hands of their fellow contestants? Presented by Angus Deayton and Kirsty Gallacher. The results are at 10.15pm.
Presented by Fiona Bruce.
Weather with Susan Powell. (S)
Which of the riders are at the mercy of their rivals following tonight's viewers' vote?
Quirky crime comedy starring Steve Coogan as less-than-successful parole officer Simon Garden , who becomes embroiled in a dangerous game when a corrupt police inspector threatens to frame him for the murder of an accountant. Review page 46.
Director John Duigan (2001,12)
Another chance to see the entire 90 minutes of action from the 18th World Cup final, which was played out earlier this evening.
Followed by Weatherview
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Holby City A complicated surgical case gives Nick the opportunity to impress Lord Byrne.
2.50 Stars in Fast Cars 6/10. Nell McAndrew , Ainsley Harriott.
Jilly Goolden and Jake Maskall compete.
3.20 Britain's Streets of Debt 1/5. A senior banking executive exposes the irresponsible lending practices of some of our high street banks.
4.05 Return to Tuscany The pressure builds as the cookery students' numbers are reduced to nine.