Live coverage of the men's semi-finals, where the winners will secure themselves a place on Centre Court for the final.
In last year's second semi-final, with the match evenly poised at one set all, second seed Rafael Nadal went through after his opponent Novak Djokovic had to retire owing to a back injury and a foot problem. Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel from 1pm to 8.30pm, Centre Court and Number One Court only
Live action fromachoice of courts, 1150am until end of play; highlights from 9pm
Live coverage from the All England Club, as the men's semi-finals are due to conclude. Last year in the men's doubles, Lukas Dlouhy and Pavel Vizner put out British hope Jamie Murray and American
Eric Butorac. Jamie, however, went on to become the first British player to win a senior Wimbledon title in 20 years when he triumphed in the mixed doubles with his Serbian partner
Jelena Jankovic. is) Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel from 1pm to 8.30pm,
Centre Court and Number One Court only
Digital viewers can watch live coverage from a choice of courts, 11.50am until end of play; highlights from 9pm
Subsequent programmes may run late or change
2/6. Jeremy Clarkson puts the Mercedes CLK Black through its paces, and Richard Hammond pushes the limits of the Audi RS6. See Sunday's choice. Shown on Sunday at 8pm Blogs and photo galleries at wwwjadfotimesxom/top-gear
An examination of American rapper Jay-Z's critically acclaimed first album Reasonable Doubt, which was released in 1996. It told the cautionary tale of a street hustler from Brooklyn in striking and coded lyrics, featuring beats from producers such as DJ Premier and Clark Kent. Contributors include Mary J Blige and Kanye West. Director Jeremy Marre
Series producers Nick de Grunwald and Martin R Smith
Crime drama starring John Miles. When the body of a woman is discovered in New York's Central Park, the police have just one clue to go on - a distinctive tattoo on the victim's wrist. Review p60. Director Edward J Montagne (1950) (BW)
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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed
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