John Inverdale and Clare Balding presentthis year's event, live from the All England Club and featuring commentary, exclusive interviews, news and gossip. With commentary by lain Carter, Richard Evans , Tony Adamson , Chris Bowers , Clare Balding and Nick Mullins ; summaries by David Felgate , Frew McMillan , Peter McNamara , Christine Janes , Annabel Croft ,
Chris Wilkinson , Sam Smith , Luke Jensen , Wendy Turnbull and Debbie Jevans ; reports by Jonathan Overend , Russell Fuller , Mark Pougatch and Juliette Ferrington.
RT Shop, p42; Pull-out supplement in centre
with Jonathan Overend
Jonathan Overend and Kate Williams look back at today's sport, news and travel.
8.00 The Uve Obituary Show
Jim White talks to Willie John McBride. (R)
9.00 On the Line An investigation into the state of British ice hockey.
A revamped late-night slot featuring incisive on-line chat. Fi Glover and herguests will be looking behind the news headlines to provide an offbeat angle on everything from celebrities to political intrigue. See Peter Barnard 's choice on page 128.
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