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With Steve Rider and Steve Cram.
7.00-8.20 Rowing Semi-final action as Britain's rowers hope to repeat their success of 2000.
7.20 Men's pairs.
7.40 Men's double sculls.
8.00 Men's fours.
8.20-10.45 Swimming/Athletics/ Canoeing The first athletics action of the Games finds the men and women shot putters trying to qualify. Commentary from Stuart Storey and Jonathan Edwards.
Over at the Aquatic centre, a morning of swimming heats.
8.35 Men's 200m backstroke.
9.10 Women's 200m breaststroke.
9.45 Men's 200m individual medley.
1035 Women's 4x200m freestyle.
Plus canoe slalom semi-finals for the men's Cl and women's Kl classes at 9.50 and 10.20.
10.45 Judo/ Archery/Badminton/ Cycling/Boxing In judo, Sydney silver medallist Kate Howey competes in the -70kg category. Plus, quarter-final places are at stake in the women's individual archery, while the top women cyclists go in the individual time trial. Commentary is by Harry Gration , Nicola Fairbrother ,
Eddie Butler , David Mercer , Gill Clark , Hugh Porter ,
Garry Sutton , Jim Neilly and Richie Woodhall. DIGITAL AND INTERNET VIEWERS: additional coverage available via the red handset button or at www.bbc.co.uk/olympics
Including 11.00 News; Weather

Contributors

Unknown:
Steve Rider
Unknown:
Steve Cram.
Unknown:
Stuart Storey
Unknown:
Jonathan Edwards.
Unknown:
Kate Howey
Unknown:
Harry Gration
Unknown:
Nicola Fairbrother
Unknown:
Eddie Butler
Unknown:
David Mercer
Unknown:
Gill Clark
Unknown:
Hugh Porter
Unknown:
Garry Sutton
Unknown:
Jim Neilly
Unknown:
Richie Woodhall.

Presented by Hazel Irvine , with Clare Balding and Phil Jones.
Boxing/Equestrian/Badminton/ Judo/Athletics/Archery/Cycling/ Sailing Team showjumping with commentary by Michael Tucker and Loma Clarke. Plus badminton mixed doubles, more judo, archery from Panathinaiko
Stadium, men's time trial cycling and the British sailing squad hoping to reproduce their Sydney medal-winning form. Including 3.20 News; Weather Regional News

Contributors

Presented By:
Hazel Irvine
Unknown:
Clare Balding
Unknown:
Phil Jones.
Commentary By:
Michael Tucker
Commentary By:
Loma Clarke.

Sue Barker with the day's news.
5.25-6.00 Swimming With Rishi Pershad and Sharron Davies , with commentary from
Andy Jameson and Adrian Moorhouse.
5.30 Coverage of the men's 200m breaststroke final.
5.35 Women's 100m freestyle semi-finals.
5.45 Men's 200m backstroke semi-finals. DIGrTAL AND INTERNET VIEWERS: additional coverage available via the red handset button or at www.bbc.co.uk/olympics

Contributors

Unknown:
Rishi Pershad
Unknown:
Sharron Davies
Unknown:
Andy Jameson
Unknown:
Adrian Moorhouse.

Four yellow cab drivers from New York swap the challenge of negotiating the Manhattan traffic for the hustle and bustle of the enormous 800-acre Brimfield antiques market in Massachusetts. David Dickinson takes in the sights of the Big Apple before joining the contestants, and experts Michael Hogben and David Barby , for the auction in downtown Manhattan to tot up the potential profits and losses.
Director Jason Holmes ; Series producer Linda Cleeve (Revised rpt)

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Hogben
Unknown:
David Barby
Director:
Jason Holmes
Producer:
Linda Cleeve

Live coverage from St James' Park as England warm-up for their 2006 World Cup qualifying campaign with a friendly against Ukraine (kick-off 7.45).

It's England's first match since their Euro 2004 quarter-final defeat at the hands of Portugal just seven weeks ago, and is certain to represent a stiff challenge against a side that boasts prolific striker Andriy Shevchenko of AC Milan among its players. England's last game at St James' Park was a 2-0 World Cup qualifying victory over Albania in 2001. A repeat tonight would set them up for their forthcoming qualifiers in Austria and Poland. Gary Lineker is joined by Alan Hansen and Alan Shearer. Commentary comes from John Motson and Mark Lawrenson.

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One Final Question with Gary Lineker: page

Contributors

Presenter:
Gary Lineker
Analysis:
Alan Hansen
Analysis:
Alan Shearer
Commentator:
John Motson
Commentator:
Mark Lawrenson

A review of the swimming and the eagerly awaited men's 100m freestyle, where Ian Thorpe was likely to face Pieter van den Hoogenband and Alexander Popov in the final.
Plus a look at how Britain's three-day eventing team fared in the showjumping, a report on the men's coxless fours progress in the semi-finals, and the decisive moments in gymnastics of the men's individual all-around title.
Presented by Hazel Irvine and Craig Doyle.

Contributors

Unknown:
Ian Thorpe
Unknown:
Alexander Popov
Presented By:
Hazel Irvine
Unknown:
Craig Doyle.

Thriller. Janine appears to be the perfect au pair for the Bauers, but when the dowdy French girl is transformed into a breathtaking beauty and her confidence blooms, things start to go wrong - with murderous results. Review page 53.
Director Kevin Meyer (1995, 15)
Followed by Weathervfew

Contributors

Director:
Kevin Meyer
Laney Tolbert:
Teri Garr
Detective Ryker:
Hector Elizondo
Keith Bauers:
Alex McArthur
Janine:
Lydie Denier
Melanie Bauers:
Kathleen Quinlan
Paula Simpson:
Anne Ramsay

Signed programmes. Ends 4.35.
Bargain Hunt 5/10. What will Belfast throw up in the way of good value rarities and will the luck of the Irish be with the contestants? David Dickinson presides over events.
2.10 The Way We Went Wild 2/3. Natural history programming in the 1960s, including the start of David Attenborough 's career as presenter of Zoo Quest. First shown on BBC2
3.10 Shell Shock The Money Programme probes the corporate scandal at Dutch oil giant Shell, set in motion last January when the true state of its financial health was revealed. First shown on BBC2
3.50 Antiques Roadshow Winston Churchill's one-time home, Chartwell in Kent, welcomes Michael Aspel and the team.

Contributors

Unknown:
David Dickinson
Unknown:
David Attenborough
Unknown:
Michael Aspel

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