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: Olympic Breakfast

Presented by Charlie Stayt and Susanna Reid in London on day six of the Olympics. At
8.30, Adrian Chiles and Hazel Irvine introduce the women's lightweight double sculls semi-finals and, at 8.50, action from men's lightweight double sculls semi-finals. With
John Inverdale and Steve Redgrave. Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Olympic watch: page36

Contributors

Presented By: Charlie Stayt
Presented By: Susanna Reid
Unknown: Adrian Chiles
Unknown: Hazel Irvine
Unknown: John Inverdale
Unknown: Steve Redgrave.

: Olympics 2008

Rowing action continues with the men's lightweight four semi-finals at 9.10, plus the canoe slalom, with British attention on Fiona Pennie.
Also featuring women's archery, judo, finn class sailing featuring the final preliminary races for Ben Ainslie , and swimming. Plus, near the end of the programme, it's over to the National Aquatics centre for the men's 50m freestyle, where Mark Foster is trying to qualify for the semi-finals in his fifth Olympics. Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Digital viewers can press red for alternative Olympic coverage. See
RT's comprehensive guide on pages 42/43 www.radiotimes.com/olympics

Contributors

Unknown: Fiona Pennie.
Unknown: Ben Ainslie
Unknown: Mark Foster

: BBC News; Weather

Regional News; Weather

: Olympics 2008

Coverage includes swimming at 12A5, with the men's 100m butterfly and the women's 200m backstroke heats, plus boxing.
At 1.45, there's quarter-final action from the badminton mixed doubles, where British hope falls on Gail Emms and Nathan Robertson , quarter-final action in the men's and women's singles tennis, and Britain v New Zealand in the women's hockey. Plus at 4.00, men's gymnastics. With Sue Barker and Jake Humphrey. Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Digital viewers can press red for alternative Olympic coverage. See
RT's comprehensive guide on pages 42/43 www.radiotimes.com/olympics

Contributors

Unknown: Gail Emms
Unknown: Nathan Robertson
Unknown: Jake Humphrey.

: Weakest Link

Acerbic quiz.

: BBC News

Weather

: Olympics 2008: Games Today

Highlights of how the 17 medals that were decided on the sixth day of the games were won, with four titles resolved in the pool and the best all-round male gymnast crowned. Peter Cousins and Michelle Rogers were hoping for medal success on the judo mat. while the semi line-ups in badminton and tennis were finalised. Also, Michael Johnson looks forward to the athletics action, with Britain's
Kelly Sotherton competing in the heptathlon and the start of the guest to find the fastest man in the world in the men's 100m, plus a preview of the track cycling. With Gabby Logan. Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Digital viewers can press red for alternative Olympic coverage. See RT's comprehensive guide on pages 42/43
Olympic watch: page 36; www.radiotimes.com/olympics Followed by News Update

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Cousins
Unknown: Michelle Rogers
Unknown: Michael Johnson
Unknown: Kelly Sotherton
Unknown: Gabby Logan.

: EastEnders

Max discovers something intriguing about Jack's past and Ronnie's concerned about Archie.
Writer Alison Fisher This week's episodes are directed by Richard Piatt More cast on Monday Rptd at 10pm on BBC3

Contributors

Writer: Alison Fisher
Director: Richard Piatt
Ronnie Mitchell: Samantha Janus
Archie Mitchell: Larry Lamb
Max Branning: Jake Wood
Tamwar Masood: Himesh Patel
Chelsea Fox: Tiana Benjamin
Ian Beale: Adam Woodyatt
Phil Mitchell: Steve McFadden
Aunt Sal: Anna Karen
Stacey Branning: Lacey Turner
Jean Slater: Gillian Wright
Patrick Trueman: Rudolph Walker
Yolande Trueman: Angela Wynter
Pat Evans: Pam St Clement
Charlie Slater: Derek Martin
Douglas: Michael Bertenshaw
Shannon: Claire Redcliffe

: Rogue Restaurants

3/6. Matt Allwright and Anita Rani go undercover in two of London's Indian establishments, finding rodent droppings in food preparation areas.
Director/Producer Abby Mangold

Contributors

Unknown: Matt Allwright
Unknown: Anita Rani
Producer: Abby Mangold

: Traffic Cops

What was the reason behind a speeding car careering off the road and smashing into the roof of a house before it came to rest upside down?
Director/Executive producer Bruce Lippold

Contributors

Producer: Bruce Lippold

: BBC News

With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Philip Avery.

Contributors

Unknown: Huw Edwards.
Unknown: Philip Avery.

: On a Clear Day

Life-affirming drama about former shipyard worker Frank, who becomes obsessed with swimming the Channel. Film of the Day: p52.
Director Gaby Dellal (2004, 12) Followed by Holiday Weather

Contributors

Director: Gaby Dellal
Frank: Peter Mullan
Joan: Brenda Blethyn
Eddie: Sean McGinley
Rob: Jamie Sives
Danny: Billy Boyd
Norman: Ron Cook
Angela: Jodhl May
Chan: Benedict Wong

: BBC News

: Olympics 2008

Hazel Irvine is joined by Colin Jackson and Rishi Persad to present live coverage, beginning with the opening athletics events from 1.55, which include the heptathlon 100m hurdles and high jump, the men's 100m and women's 800m first round heats. The coverage is shared between athletics and swimming from 3.00, when the men go for gold in the 200m backstroke final at 3.15 and 200m individual medley final at 3.45. Attention turns to artistic gymnastics at 5.00, with the women's all-around individual competition. Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Digital viewers can press red for alternative Olympic coverage. See RT's comprehensive guide on pages 42/43

Contributors

Unknown: Colin Jackson
Unknown: Rishi Persad








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