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Coverage of day six from Athens, presented by Steve Rider and Steve Cram , with Sharron Davies and Steve Redgrave.
7.00-8.00 Rowing Semi-final coverage from Athens.
740 Men's lightweight fours
7.30 Men's quad sculls
8.00-10.00 Swimming
Alexander Popov and Pieter van den Hoogenband are back in the pool for the men's 50m heats, while British medal hope Katy Sexton competes in the 200m backstroke.
8.00 Men's 50m freestyle.
8.30 Women's 800m freestyle.
9.10 Men's 100m butterfly.
9.45 Women's 200m backstroke.
9.20-1LOO Badminton
Coverage of the mixed doubles and women's singles bronze-medal matches, plus the first men's doubles semi-final. With David Mercer and Gill Clark. U.00 Judo/Canoe Slalom/.
Hockey/Table Tennis/Boxing/ Beach Volleyball British judo star Rachel Wilding competes in the -78kg category, and there's hockey action between South Africa and Olympic champions the Netherlands.
DIGITAl AND INTERNET VIEWERS: additional coverage available via the red handset button or at www.bbc.co.uk/olympics
Interactive TV planner: centre pages Including 11.00 News; Weather

Contributors

Presented By:
Steve Rider
Presented By:
Steve Cram
Unknown:
Sharron Davies
Unknown:
Steve Redgrave.
Unknown:
Alexander Popov
Unknown:
Katy Sexton
Unknown:
David Mercer
Unknown:
Gill Clark.
Unknown:
Rachel Wilding

Presented by Craig Doyle.
1.40 Boxing Preliminary bouts from the welterweight and light-heavyweight divisions.
2.00 Basketball Olympic men's champions USA face Australia, who came fourth in Sydney.
2.30 Badminton The finals of the women's singles and mixed doubles. Plus the second men's doubles semi-final.
3.45 Judo/Archery/Sailing/ Tennis/Beach Volleyball
The men's and women's tennis quarter-finals, plus medals in judo and archery. Including 3.20 News; Weather Regional News

Contributors

Presented By:
Craig Doyle.

Highlights from day six, hosted by Sue Barker and Hazel Irvine, Plus Sharron Davies.
5.25-6.00 Swimming
530 Men's 50m freestyle semis.
5.35 Women's 200m breaststroke final.
5.45 Men's 200m backstroke final. Could this turn into the much-anticipated, all-American clash between Aaron Peirsol and Michael Phelps ? DlGITAL AND INTERNET VIEWERS: additional coverage available via the red handset button or at www.bbc.co.uk/olympics

Contributors

Unknown:
Sue Barker
Unknown:
Sharron Davies.
Unknown:
Aaron Peirsol
Unknown:
Michael Phelps

6/6. The Sylvia Young Theatre School prepares to break for Christmas with end-of-term reports and the threat of expulsion for poor performance. Plus there's a chance for parents to see their children in action. It's showtime!
Director Debbi Moore ; Series producer Mandi Startup

Contributors

Director:
Debbi Moore

Pat becomes embroiled in Den's dodgy dealings.
Writer Richard Davidson This week's episodes produced and directed by Jamie Annett Cast on Friday Repeated at 10pm on BBC3

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Davidson
Directed By:
Jamie Annett Cast

6/6. Scott is caring for his partner Gemma while she recovers from a brain tumour. But his DIY attempts to make her more comfortable have resulted in chaos. Can Nick Knowles and the team help? The series returns in the new year.
Series producer Moniza Uddin ; Executive producer Jane Lomas

Contributors

Unknown:
Nick Knowles
Producer:
Moniza Uddin
Producer:
Jane Lomas

6/6. The Exodus. Those with a phobia of bats stop reading now. Every year the world's biggest flock of the membranous mice - 40 million no less - swarm from a cave in Florida. Half are babies precariously taking wing on their maiden flight straight into the path of snakes and hawks with big appetites. How do they survive? Sean Pertwee narrates.
Producer Sally Cryer ; Series producer Lizzie Green
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Contributors

Unknown:
Sean Pertwee
Producer:
Sally Cryer

7/8. Communication problems abound as PC Bob Gee receives an earful when investigating an incident of racial abuse, PC Wendy Coad encounters a couple locked in argument, and PC Chris Joyce attempts to overcome the language barrier between him and an asylum-seeker.
Series producer Hugh Dehn : Executive producer Roger Graef

Contributors

Unknown:
Wendy Coad
Unknown:
Chris Joyce
Producer:
Hugh Dehn
Producer:
Roger Graef

Highlights from the Olympic pool and badminton courts, plus a look ahead to the first athletics events tomorrow, when
Britain's Daniel Caines begins his Olympic campaign in the 400m heats. There'll also be coverage of the women's heptathlon, where Denise Lewis will be defending her crown against favourite Carolina Kluft of Sweden.
Presented by Clare Balding and Craig Doyle.

Contributors

Unknown:
Daniel Caines
Unknown:
Denise Lewis
Presented By:
Clare Balding
Unknown:
Craig Doyle.

High-school drama. A homework assignment prompts a student to investigate the case of a former pupil's escape from a mental institution, leading to a campaign against his teachers. Review page 54.
Director Kyle Cooper (2001, 12)
Followed by Holiday Weather

Contributors

Director:
Kyle Cooper

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