Clare Balding and Adrian Chiles introduce highlights of the main events held earlier this morning, including the final of the men's football tournament and the semi-final of the men's 10m platform diving. Team
GB's Tim Brabants will hope to have qualified for the K1 500m canoeing final, which can be seen live at 8.30. Plus there's the men's mountain biking. Producer Paul Davies
Editor Ron Chakraborty Simulcast in HD on BBC HD J Digital viewers press red for alternative, round-the-clock Olympic coverage
Further coverage on the penultimate day of the Games, featuring live mountain biking and taekwondo, as well as diving, football, table tennis and volleyball highlights.
It's the final day of the track and field events, and there is still a glut of gold medals up for grabs. This afternoon's highlights on the track include the men's 800m final at
12.30, the women's 1500m final at 12.50 and the men's 4x400m final at 2.05.
Five golds are waiting to be snapped up in the boxing from
12.00, but will any of Britain's top amateur pugilists have reached the finals? Young Tom Daley of Team GB has made quite a splash in the men's 10m platform diving, the final of which begins at 2.45. Plus, the podium positions are decided in the hockey, women's basketball, men's table tennis and women's volleyball from 3.15 onwards. Producer Jonny Bramley
Editor Carl Hicks Simulcast in HD on BBC HD
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Results round-up. I Digital viewers can follow the latest football action on Score, 2.30-6.00pm
Including diving, canoeing, taekwondo and boxing. Producer Richard Carr
Editor Alastair Mclntyre Simulcast in HD on BBC HD
8/9. It's semi-final night, and the four remaining choirs will need to be in lung-busting form to be in with a chance of making next weekend's grand final. Introduced by Myieene Klass and Nick Knowles. The results show is at 8.20pm. Series producer Clodagh O'Donoghue
Executive producer Moira Ross Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
8/8. Tess Daly hosts the quiz show in which contestants can win a dream holiday. Former Olympic champion rower Ed Coode draws the Thunderball, Dream Number and Lotto.
Director Richard Valentine ; Series editor Jo Street
The results of the public phone-in are revealed, and two of the choirs face another sing-off in front of the judges. Singer/songwriter
Josh Groban also performs in the studio. <s)
A Cry for Justice. Reinstated to the rank of DS,
Havers goes undercover to solve a murder at an exclusive club. The case makes Lynley realise the importance of his family. Jenny Agutter guest-stars.
Writer Ann-Marie di Mambro ; Producer Jenny Robins
Director Alrick Riley
Det Insp Thomas Lynley:
Det Sgt Barbara Havers:
Assistant Commissioner Hillier:
With Joanna Gosling.
Then Weather with Philip Avery. <s) Followed by National Lottery Update
The Premier League featured seven matches today, including tough tests for all three newly-promoted clubs. Hull travel to Blackburn, while Stoke host Aston Villa and West Brom entertain an optimistic Everton. Elsewhere, Liverpool face Middlesbrough, while Arsenal cross London for a derby fixture with Fulham. Gary Lineker hosts. Producer Ian Finch ; Editor Paul Armstrong
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The final athletics medals of the Games will be handed out after the men's marathon runners have completed a gruelling course from Tiananmen Square to the Bird's
Nest stadium - in what could prove to be sweltering heat and oppressive humidity.
Defending Olympic gold medal-holder
Stefano Baldini believes these conditions would suit him, but the Italian will face a formidable challenge from three Kenyans seeking their nation's first Olympic marathon title: Martin Lei ,
Sammy Wanjiru and Robert Cheruiyot. Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel 0 Digital viewers can press red for alternative Olympic coverage from Beijing