With Sonia Deol and Ben Geoghehan in London, while Adrian Chiles and Clare Balding present live coverage from Beijing. The focus falls on the second round of boxing preliminaries and sailing, where Ben Ainslie hopes to win his third successive gold in the qingdao. Plus a review of the overnight athletics and swimming events.
News at 6.00, 7.00 and 8.00.
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Rowing action on the first day of finals. A total of six
British crews are scheduled to compete, including the GB's men's four's defence of their title at 10.30. Plus cycling action from Laoshan, with Bradley Wiggins, Chris Hoy and Rebecca Romero all in action.
At 12.00 it's athletics, where the highlight promises to be the men's 100m final at 3.30 when the three fastest sprinters of all time, Tyson Gay, Asafa Powell and Usain Bolt, are all expected to compete for gold. Heptathlete Kelly Sotherton is also in action (12.00 and 2.45), but her hopes of becoming the multi-event gueen rest on whether she can improve her recent javelin performance.
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A round-up of today's football matches.
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A look back at the eighth day's events in Beijing, during which 30 gold medals were decided in athletics, cycling, rowing, sailing and swimming heats. Plus interviews and anaiysis. Simulcast in HD on BBC HD
7/10. The remaining five choirs battle it out for the public's vote. Presented by Myleene Klass and Nick Knowles. The results show is at 9.50pm. Series producer Clodagh O'Donoghue ; Executive producer
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7/8. Tess Daly hosts the quiz show in which contestants vie for the chance to win a holiday.
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Deception in His Mind. The death of a young Asian man near a rundown seaside town entangles Havers and Lynley in a web of racial tension, family loyalties and illicit sexuality. And Havers is forced to take drastic action to save a child's life, leavina her career in ieopardv. First shown in 2003. Writer Valerie Windsor ; Producer Ruth Baumgarten
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The final five choirs discover their fate as the result of the public vote is revealed. The two choirs with the least votes face a sing-off - and the judges decision.
With Simon McCoy.
Then Weather with Philip Avery. Followed by National Lottery Update
Highlights of today's opening matches in the Premier League, including Hull City's first top-flight match when they took on Fulham at home. Other fixtures include Sunderland v Liverpool, Everton v Blackburn Rovers and Arsenal v West
Bromwich Albion. Introduced by Gary Lineker. Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Paul Armstrong
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Live coverage of a busy session from the ninth day of the Games in Beijing, beginning with the women's marathon at
12.15. Paula Radcliffe is hoping to feature this morning as she bids to make up for her failure to finish in Athens four years ago, while compatriots Mara Yamauchi and Liz Yelling are also running for Team GB. There are further swimming finals at the National Aquatics Centre from 3.00, including the women's 50m freestyle and men's 1500m freestyle. Then at 4.15 reports from Great Britain's men's hockey match against Canada and the latest track cycling qualifying races, before proceedings conclude with women's beach volleyball and women's basketball from 5.00.
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