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: Yesterday atWimbledon

Highlights from the men's singles semi-finals. With John Inverdale. Shown yesterday on BBC2

Contributors

Unknown: John Inverdale.

: Breakfast

Presented by Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt. Including
News Watch at 7.45.

Contributors

Presented By: Susanna Reid
Presented By: Charlie Stayt.

: Saturday Kitchen

Paul Rankin and Tom Kime join James Martin in the kitchen, while Nathaniel Parker faces the food heaven and hell vote. Plus contributions from Rick Stein and wine choices from Peter Richards. Series producer James Winter

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Rankin
Unknown: Tom Kime
Unknown: James Martin
Unknown: Nathaniel Parker
Unknown: Rick Stein
Unknown: Peter Richards.
Producer: James Winter

: Ever Wondered aboutFood?

5/6. Paul Merrett discovers the many uses of milk, including its role in fuelling Genghis Khan 's armies and how it keeps astronauts healthy in space.

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Merrett
Unknown: Genghis Khan

: BBC News

Regional News; Weather

: Ready Steady Cook

Celebrity X Factor winner Lucy Benjamin and runner-up
Matt Stevens team up with Paul Rankin and James Tanner.

Contributors

Unknown: Lucy Benjamin
Unknown: Matt Stevens
Unknown: Paul Rankin
Unknown: James Tanner.

: Animal Park

A baby sea lion is born by the lake, while the ostriches' new chick is just hours old and already taking its first steps.
(Revised rpt)

: Wlmbledon 2007

Live coverage of the ladies' singles final at the All England
Club, where Amelie Mauresmo is the reigning champion. The French player came from a set down to defeat Belgium's Justine Henin
2-6, 6-3, 6-4 in last year's final. This year's finalists will have an additional incentive: for the first time in the competition's history, the ladies' champion will receive the same prize money as her male counterpart - £700,000. Nine-times Wimbledon champion Martina Navratilova joins the BBC's expert line-up. Presented by Sue Barker. Executive producer Paul Davies
Editors Michael Cole and Carl Hicks
(HD - until 4pm)
Digital viewers can choose audio options, plus highlights, news. latest scores and results, via the red button.
Also available at www.bbc.co.uk/wimbledon Wimbledon towels and Wimbledon
Record Breakers DVD offer: page 54 For fun tennis clips, plus why we watch Wimbiedon visit www.radiotimes. com/www-wimbledon

Contributors

Unknown: Amelie Mauresmo
Unknown: Justine Henin
Unknown: Martina Navratilova
Presented By: Sue Barker.
Producer: Paul Davies
Editors: Michael Cole
Editors: Carl Hicks

: BBC News

With Matthew Amroliwala.
Weather with Peter Gibbs.

Contributors

Unknown: Matthew Amroliwala.
Unknown: Peter Gibbs.

: Live Earth

Live coverage of the star-studded concert at Wembley Stadium, where some of the world's most famous musicians will be perfoming to raise awareness of climate change. Created by former US vice-president Al Gore and Live 8 organiser Kevin Wall , the 24-hour, eight-country concert series will bring together more than a hundred music artists and two billion people in the hope of triggering a mass global movement to combat our climate crisis. Among those hitting the stage in London are Madonna, Beastie Boys, Black
Eyed Peas, Metallica, Bloc Party, John Legend , Snow Patrol, Pussycat Dolls, Spinal Tap and the recently re-formed Genesis. Elsewhere, experts including the BBC's environment correspondent David Shukman present a series of reports analysing the key issues the event hopes to address. Presented by Jonathan Ross , Graham Norton and Edith Bowman. Highlights of the concerts in Germany, Brazil, China, Australia, South Africa, Japan and America can be seen at 10.50pm. Directors Ian Russell and Richard Valentine
Executive producer Jane Fletcher (HD)
Starting at 10am on digital satellite and cable, and at 1.30pm on Freeview, viewers can press red to see uninterrupted coverage from London plus the best acts from the other seven concerts happening around the world. Also during the day you can visit www.bbc.co.uk/liveearth for updated photos and coverage from the event, and you'll be able to watch all the BBC TV programmes online for seven days after broadcast
Andrew Duncan talks to Al Gore : page 13; Meet the performers: page 14; Spinal Tap interview: page 20

Contributors

Unknown: Al Gore
Unknown: Kevin Wall
Unknown: John Legend
Unknown: David Shukman
Presented By: Jonathan Ross
Presented By: Graham Norton
Presented By: Edith Bowman.
Directors: Ian Russell
Directors: Richard Valentine
Producer: Jane Fletcher
Talks: Andrew Duncan
Unknown: Al Gore

: BBC News

With Matthew Amroliwala.
Then Weather with John Hammond. <s)
Followed by National Lottery Update

Contributors

Unknown: Matthew Amroliwala.
Unknown: John Hammond.

: Live Earth

A selection of highlights from other Live Earth concerts, including performances from the Police and Kanye West in New York; Pharrell Williams and Lenny Kravitz in Brazil; Crowded House and Eskimo Joe in Sydney; Enrique Iglesias and Snoop Dogg in Hamburg; Rihanna and Linkin Park in Tokyo; Sarah Brightman in Shanghai; and Angélique Kidjo in Johannesburg. (5) (HD) Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown: Pharrell Williams
Unknown: Lenny Kravitz
Unknown: Enrique Iglesias
Unknown: Sarah Brightman

: BBC News 24









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