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Ladies' singles quarter-finals
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Start of today's live coverage from day nine of the tournament, traditionally the preserve of the men's singles quarter-finals.
With Sue Barker. IS) BBCi- extra services available to digital viewers via the red button on the handset
Jake says he will make Snappy, the cooking lobster, walk the plank.
Timmy accidentally releases the Crimson Chin's arch villain.
The girls wish they were adults.
Spangle needs a new home.
The men's quarter-final action will probably have given way by now to a mixture of doubles matches - always a crowd-pleaser at the end of the day. At this stage last year the air of despondency following Tim Henman 's exit was about to be lifted by the arrival on court of mixed doubles pairing
Leander Paes and firm favourite Martina Navratilova. By the end of play Wayne and Cara Black of Zimbabwe were ahead in a tie-break in the first set - could
Martina reproduce some of her old magic and beat Billie Jean King 's record of 20 titles? Commentary by, among others, Chris Bailey , John Barrett ,
Boris Becker , John McEnroe and Virginia Wade. BBCi; satellite and cable viewers can select action from up to five extra courts, plus a range of extra features, by pressing the red button on their handset. Freeview viewers can access two additional courts, as well as the latest news, scores and results. For live commentary from Radio 5 Live, news and scores, and three-minute video highlights packages at the end of the day's play, visit www.bbc.co.uk/wimbledon
2/3. Sport and Pleasure. The first known film of Manchester United, made within weeks of the club adopting its new name, is among the Mitchell & Kenyon footage reflecting leisure time in the Edwardian era. There's also a look at how new leisure time swelled the crowds at exciting sporting events and the effect extra cash had on both holidays and life at home. Presented by Dan Cruickshank.
Series producer Emma Hindley ; Executive producer Simon Ford
John Inverdale and his panel of former Wimbledon favourites review the action on men's singles quarter-finals day and there's a look ahead to tomorrow's semi-finals in the ladies' singles.
Repeated tomorrow at 10.30am
Analysis of news events at home and abroad, hosted by Gavin Esler.
The second series of the American version of the show continues with the chance of one person becoming the protege of a major business tycoon.
There's a shock in store when the candidates find out who's the first one fired. As they prepare for the next task, the women, Maria especially, are worried about Stacie J 's antics on the last task. But now it's time to focus on the task in hand: producing a new flavour of ice cream and selling it on the streets of New York. The women are slow to make a decision about flavour and their sales location is a problem, while the men make a last-minute mad rush to buy ingredients and use some local women to boost their sex appeal. Then, in the boardroom, one candidate makes a shocking and fatal decision.
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2.00 PSHE: Stopping Distance A major, hard-hitting drama, written by Kate Gartside , looking at the events leading up to and the aftermath of a gang rape; ID
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