With Simon McCoy and Natasha Kaplinsky. Continues on BBC2. Timetable on Monday
Hosted by Hazel Irvine, Steve Cram, Clare Balding, Sharron Davies and Steve Redgrave.
7.10 Hockey Britain face silver medallists Korea, who will be hoping to recapture the form that saw them thrash South Africa in their qualifying campaign.
7.55 Rowing/Swimming/ Equestrian
In rowing, the British women's quadruple scull team take to the water in good form after an overall World Cup win. The men's eight won bronze at the world championships but will need to improve considerably if they are to repeat the victory.
At the Aquatic Centre in Maroussi, swimming heats take place in the men's 100m freestyle at 8.00, women's 200m butterfly at 8.40, men's 200m breaststroke at 9.10 and men's 4x200m freestyle (9.45).
Plus it's the cross-country stage in the three-day eventing, where British hopes ride on the world number one Pippa Funnell.
10.30 Canoe Slalom/Judo/Boxing/Tennis/ Beach Volleyball/Badminton/Table Tennis
Britain's Stuart McIntosh and Helen Reeves go in the heats of the women's Kl and men's C1 canoeing. Sarah Clark is in action in judo's -63kg category, and the men's badminton doubles reach the quarter-final.
DIGITAL AND INTERNET VIEWERS: extra coverage available via the red handset button or at [web address removed]
Including 11.00 News; Weather
News of the British three-day event team, Paul Goodison in sailing and fencing's
Louise Bond-Williams .
With Craig Doyle and Jill Douglas.
1.40Shooting Britain's double trap champion Richard Faulds begins the defence of his title. 2 JO Boxing Preliminary bouts from the flyweight and bantamweight divisions.
2.30 Coverage of judo, badminton, beach volleyball, sailing, tennis and table tennis.
Including 3.20 News; Weather Regional News
With Sue Barker, Steve Rider and Sharron Davies.
5.25-6.00 Swimming Three finals from the Aquatic Centre.
5.30 Men's 100m freestyle final.
5.40 Women's 200m freestyle final.
5.45 Men's 200m butterfly final, in which British hopes will rest on 2003 European silver medallist Stephen Parry. Plus the men's 100m freestyle semis. DIGITAL AND INTERNET VIEWERS: extra coverage available via the red handset button or at www.bbc.co.uk/olympics
Details on Monday
Followed by Weather with Peter Gibbs.
4/10. It's All in the Mind. George's mind-reading could have terrible consequences for humanity. Ardal O'Hanlon stars with Emily Joyce and Hugh Dennis.
Writer Paul Mayhew-Archer ; Director John Stroud ; Producers Jamie Rix and John Stroud www.bbc.co.uk/comedy
While Kate attempts to play matchmaker, Den's latest conquest proves to be a hollow victory.
Writer Colin Wyatt Cast on Friday Repeated at 10pm on BBC3
One More Chance. Jess and Zubin get too hot to handle, while a bitter Chrissie is jealous of Diane and Owen.
Writer Carol-Ann Docherty : Producers Chris Ballantyne , Emma Kingsman-Lloyd Director Simon Massey www.bbc.co.uk/holby
What is it like to walk out of your life, disappear and become one of the thousands of people registered missing? This powerful documentary hears the experiences of people who chose to vanish as well as meeting the families who desperately searched for them. We follow the incredible story of George, who lived rough for some time at Heathrow before accidentally bumping into his mother after four absent years. We find out what happened to Phil, a middle-aged accountant who set off for work one day and didn't come home for two months. And finally there's
Margaret and her young children, who are still waiting for news of their father who disappeared over a year ago.
Director Nic Blower ; Executive producer Edwina Vardey
With Fiona Bruce. 10.25 Regional News
Followed by Weather with Peter Gibbs.
Action and stories from another busy day in Athens. Could Sydney shooting gold medallist Richard Faulds repeat his heroics from 2000? How has the cross-country phase in the three-day eventing affected Britain's chances? Have
Ian Thorpe and Michael Phelps added medals to their tally and did Russia or Romania triumph in the women's team gymnastics? With Clare Balding and Craig Doyle.
Comic horror directed by and starring Gene Wilder , with Gilda Radner and Dom DeLuise. 1939: dark deeds are afoot in the Abbot family gothic mansion: the inhabitants are out to scare jittery radio star Larry Abbot when he brings his fiancee to stay. Review page 50.
Followed by Weatherview
Signed programmes. Ends 3.45.
The Stress Test 4/6. Long-distance lorry driver Melody Loring needs help before her boss loses patience.
2/5. Shooting Stars funnymen Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer provide items for auction.
1/3. Johnny Morris of Animal Magic and Bill Oddie of The Goodies are profiled in a look at pioneering presenters of natural history. First shown on BBC2