Coverage of the 28th Olympic games, with Rachel Burden in London and Nicky Campbell in Athens. Including at 6.30am rowing heats and at
8.00 swimming heats. Plus tennis, the three-day event and swimming, including the 200m freestyle, featuring Ian Thorpe and Pietervan den Hoogenband. And from 9.00 shooting.
Investigative reports, politics and current affairs, including a report by Rajesh Mirchandani on whether passive smoking is in fact dangerous. And Nicky Campbell presents further Olympic updates from the swimming in Athens.
An afternoon of Premiership action, Formula One and Olympic competition. With Mark Pougatch. Formula One Commentary on the Hungarian Grand Prix at 1.00pm, from Budapest.
Football Coverage of Everton v Arsenal at 2.00 and Chelsea v Manchester United at 4.05.
Olympics Reports on the opening tennis singles matches. Plus races in the sailing regatta, the women's road race, shooting, gymnastics and, at
6.00, Great Britain v Egypt in the hockey. And
John Inverdale presents coverage of four more swimming finals.
Plus news from England v West Indies in cricket's Third Test and updates on the final round of the USPGA golf in Wisconsin.
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