John Inverdale introduces highlights of the 11th day's play at the All England Club.
Shown yesterday on BBC2
Presented by Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt. Including
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Alex James faces his food heaven and hell, while Vivek Singh and Paul Rankin cook tasty dishes. Plus, more from Rick Stein ,
Antonio Carluccio , Keith Floyd and the Hairy Bikers. BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: price E3.10
Rachel Allen mixes traditional picnic fare, such as jam tarts and ham and egg pie, with a tasty duck, red cabbage and lentil salad. <s)
Dame Kelly Holmes competes against her mum Pam Thomson , with chefs Paul Rankin and Garrey Dawson. <s)
A magician and her father take on a singer and her mother as the teams seek out bargain antiques in Sussex.
Sue Barker treads lightly on the green, green grass of the All England Club as the ladies' singles final takes place on Centre Court. Last year Venus Williams defied her lowly seeding (23) to take the title for the fourth time. Who will be lifting the Venus Rosewater dish this year?
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel - Centre Court and Number One Court coverage only
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Thespians who portray members of the 999 services, including Tricia Penrose, Ricky Whittle and Holby's Luke Roberts, face up to Anne's steely gaze.
13/13; series four. Even though the prophecy foretells death, the Doctor's companions join forces to take on Davros and the Daleks.
Doctor Who Confidential follows on BBC3.
Rptd tomorrow at 7.30pm on BBC3
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Captain Jack Harkness:
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New series 1/9. The latest Saturday night talent show sees Nick Knowles and Myleene Klass hunt for a singing group to be crowned the best in Britain. Expert judges Russell Watson, Sharon D Clarke and Suzi Digby help do the weeding out.
The Inside Story: page 54
The Inside Story
What makes singing different from other group activities? "It doesn't rely on people succeeding at someone else's expense. In choir singing, everyone needs to do well for the group to succeed," says Suzi Digby, one of the judges in Last Choir Standing (7.45pm BBC1). What sort of judge will she be? "I'm very exacting and critical, but it's important that people don't go away humiliated," says Digby, who set up the Voices Foundation to promote singing in primary schools. "Singing in a choir is one way that ordinary people can get an extraordinary experience," she says.
Entertainment: Last Choir Standing 7.45pm BBC1
Here's a new spin on the Saturday-night talent show. Instead of making bright-eyed young singers jump through hoops, why not get whole choirs to compete? On the evidence of a brief taster tape, the results look loud and lively.
It comes from the team behind Strictly Come Dancing and I'd Do Anything, and the idea is to find the nation's favourite choir. (We're not just talking Handel here: gospel, barbershop, pop, folk, rock - any genre allowed.) Presenters Myleene Klass and Nick Knowles jolly things along while a panel of judges - Russell Watson, Sharon D Clarke (Lola Griffin in Holby City) and choral conductor Suzi Digby (see the Inside Story, above) - make the tough decisions. This week we start the auditions, where the judges have to narrow down 60 choirs to the 15 who go through to the studio heats. Six choirs will then progress to the live shows where the judges and public vote each week for who to save.
It should be a knockout in every sense and a fit celebration of Britain's incredibly lively choral scene. Judging from that taster tape, there's a great deal of flirting, too. (David Butcher)
New series 1/8. Tess Daly hosts a new lottery show where ten contestants play for the chance to jet off on a five star, first class trip - leaving tomorrow. Directors Geraldine Dowd and Richard Valentine
Series producer Julia McRow
I Can Hear the Grass Grow. The postmortem results seem to signal the death of Maggie's career.
Writer Ian Kershaw ; Producer Anne-Louise Russell
Director Peter Nicholson
John Abs Denham:
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With Matthew Amroliwala.
Then Weather with Helen Willetts.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Grim fantasy adventure about London Underground workers who inadvertently unleash a dragon that has slumbered for centuries. Review Daae 43.
Director Rob Bowman (2001, 12)
Denton Van Zan:
With Meryl Streep and Adrian Lester.
Followed by Weatherview
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