Live coverage of the first race at Silverstone as round six of the World Superbikes championship gets underway. Britain's
Neil Hodgson has done consistently well so far this season and will be looking to make a big impact in front of a large British crowd. However, defending champion Troy Bayliss of Australia remains the rider to catch. Presented by Suzi Perry. Commentary from Charlie Cox and Steve Parrish. More live action on Sunday Grandstand at 3.15pm.
Producer Belinda Rogerson
Presented by Steve Rider.
1.30 Golf Live coverage from Wentworth as this year's PGA championship concludes. Last year, surprise winner Andrew Oldcorn had to fend off a late challenge from four-times winner Nick Faldo and Angel Cabrera of Argentina. The action continues at 4.25pm.
3.15 Superbikes Live coverage of the second race in the sixth round of the World Superbike championship, from Silverstone.
4.25-6.00 Golf Continued live coverage from Wentworth. Editor Ron Chakraborty
(S not Superbikes)
The Final. Live from the Barbican Hall in London, the biennial contest reaches its climax as five finalists compete for a specially designed trophy and the prestigious title BBC Young Musician of the Year. Each contestant will perform a concerto with the BBC Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of Andrew Davis , in front of a panel of distinguished judges. Cellist Guy Johnston , a previous victor, performs on stage in the run-up to the announcement of the winner. Presented by Stephanie Hughes , with comment from lain Burnside.
Director David Stevens : Executive producer Oliver Macfarlane WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/youngmusicians/
Foreign Fields. The concluding film in a three-part series on football hooliganism debunks the myth that this phenomenon is solely the preserve of English fans - revealing the shadowy world of troublemakers who have attached themselves to two of the world's most glamorous clubs, Lazio of Rome and Boca Juniors of Buenos Aires. In Argentina, five people died during the last season in football-related shootings, while in Italy, the far-right has exerted a growing influence over the terraces. Argentina's Diego Maradona talks about the hooligans of Boca, while West Ham's Paolo Di Canio discusses the fans of Lazio, the club he supported as a boy. Contains violence and strong language.
Series producers Sam Bagnall , Tom Giles ; Executive producer Paul Woolwich WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/hooligans
11-12 noon. It finally looks as if Jack might be getting close to Teri and Kimberly, now that he has Kevin hostage. Palmertries to warn Ferragamo that his life could be in danger. The series continues at 10.45pm on BBC Choice.
Repeated Friday at 11.30pm on BBC Choice
Dr George Ferragamo:
In a Eurovision special, Mark Lamarr , Sean Hughes and Phill Jupitus are joined by Terry Wogan and former song contest participants Johnny Logan , Cheryl Baker and Sonia.
Director John L Spencer Producers Simon Bullivant and Warren Prentice Shown last Monday
Western. After the wife and daughters of reformed gunslinger Lorn Warfield are abducted by Apaches, he sets out on a dangerous quest to track them down. Widescreen. Review page 53.
Director Jerry Thorpe (1968, PG) **
Captain Jefferson Addis:
Repeats are not indicated.
Exam Revision 2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision Design and Technology 1
Languages 4.00 Get By in Italian
Working in Travel and Tourism 5.00 The Guide -jobs in the travel idistry and the skills needed to get them.
Open University 6.00 The Write to Choose - how children of all abilities can be encouraged to write. 86486 6.30 Musical Prodigies? - is musical talent just a gift. or can it be nurtured through persistence and parental help?
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