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Presented by Steve Rider and Jill Douglas , with Steve Redgrave.
7.00-9.00 Rowing Finals
7.00 Women's and men's lightweight double sculls.
7.10 Men's lightweight four.
7.30 Women's quadruple sculls. Will the young British crew of Alison Mowbray , Debbie Rood , Frances Houghton and Rebecca Romero emulate this year's surprise World Cup win?
7.50 Men's quadruple sculls.
8.10 Women's eight.
8.30 Men's eight.
9.00 Cycling Qualifying rounds in the men's and women's sprint, plus the men's team pursuit, where Britain are reigning world silver medallists.
9.15 Equestrian Showjumping individual qualifiers. MorelD.40.
9.30 Football Men's quarter-final highlights. DIGITAL AND INTERNET VIEWERS: additional coverage available via the red handset button or at


Presented By:
Steve Rider
Presented By:
Jill Douglas
Steve Redgrave.
Alison Mowbray
Debbie Rood
Frances Houghton
Rebecca Romero

10.40 Equestrian Showjumping individual qualifiers continue. How will Britain's Robert Smith and Nick Skelton fare?
11.15 Hockey The women's
Group A preliminary between Spain and New Zealand.
11.30 Table Tennis Highlights of the men's singles semi-finals.
12.00 Sailing Two more medals are decided today in the Laser and Europe classes. DIGITAL AND INTERNET VIEWERS: additional coverage available via the red handset button or at


Robert Smith
Nick Skelton

Presented by Sue Barker ,
Steve Rider and Hazel Irvine.
4.00 Women's Marathon
Paula Radcliffe embarks on a gruelling 26-mile bid to claim her first Olympic title. Britain's leading hope for gold is unbeaten over the distance since her
2002 debut, and, with Sydney champion Naoko Takahashi omitted from Japan's team, Radcliffe is favourite to win.
Steve Cram and Brendan Foster commentate. DIGITAL AND INTERNET VIEWERS: additional coverage available via the red handset button or at


Presented By:
Sue Barker
Presented By:
Steve Rider
Presented By:
Hazel Irvine.
Paula Radcliffe
Naoko Takahashi
Steve Cram
Brendan Foster

Presented by Hazel Irvine , with Michael Johnson , Colin Jackson and Jonathan Edwards.
6.50-7.45 Athletics The medals in three men's events are decided this evening, including the 100m.
6.50 The men's high jump final and men's triple jump final. Four years ago, a leap of 17.71m clinched gold for Jonathan Edwards in his final Games. The mantle has now passed to Phillips Idowu - can he improve upon his Sydney sixth place and launch a challenge to Swede Christian Olsson ?
6.55 Men's 100m semi-finals. Is there a place in tonight's final (at 9.10) for Mark Lewis-Francis , Darren Campbell and Jason Gardener ? Plus coverage of the men's wheelchair 1500m and women's wheelchair 800m.
7.15 Men's hammerfinal.
7.20 Women's 400m hurdles semi-finals.
7.45 Gymnastics Women's asymmetric bars final. Beth Tweddle was a major pre-Games hope for Team GB, but the 19-year-old, who took bronze at the 2002 European and 2003 world championships, is likely to face a formidable Russian opponent: current titleholder Svetlana Khorkina.
8.00-9.20 Athletics
8.00 Men's 1500m semi-finals.
8.15 Women's 400m semi-finals.
8.40 Women's 100m hurdles second round.
9.10 Men's 100m final. Jamaica's Asafa Powell , who defeated the defending champion, Maurice Greene of the USA, in London in July and Zurich in August, is hotly tipped in this blue-riband event. But who will burst through to take the gold and the coveted title of fastest man on the planet?
9.20 Sailing Medals were decided today in two classes - the Laser and the Europe. How did Britain's sailors fare?
With Suzi Perry and Richard Simmons. DIGITAL AND INTERNET VIEWERS: digital satellite and cable viewers can choose from four extra events, and Freeview viewers from two, by pressing the red button. There's five streams of live footage


Presented By:
Hazel Irvine
Michael Johnson
Colin Jackson
Jonathan Edwards.
Jonathan Edwards
Phillips Idowu
Christian Olsson
Mark Lewis-Francis
Darren Campbell
Jason Gardener
Beth Tweddle
Svetlana Khorkina.
Asafa Powell
Maurice Greene
Suzi Perry
Richard Simmons.

An episode of the gritty detective drama first shown last year. Multistorey 1/2. Boyd must battle his demons when the case against a mass murderer-who killed his close friend- is reopened. Continues after the news at 10.15pm.
More cast on Monday (AD) Videoplus code for 9.30-10.45pm (non-PDC)


Det Supt Peter Boyd:
Trevor Eve
Dr Grace Foley:
Sue Johnston
Dr Frankie Wharton:
Holly Aird
DC Amelia Silver:
Claire Goose
DS Spencer Jordan:
Wil Johnson
Robert Cross:
Robert Pugh
Andrew Cross:
Jason Hughes
Beth Downing:
Kim Vithana
Carl Mackenzie:
Sean Pertwee
Fiona Mackenzie:
Lara Cazalet

Animals. Geraldine's radical idea for an offbeat Sunday service cuts little ice with parish-council chairman David. Writer Richard Curtis ; Director Dewi Humphreys
Producer Jon Plowman


Richard Curtis
Dewi Humphreys
Jon Plowman

Horror drama starring
Boris Karloff and Christopher Lee. A London surgeon's efforts to relieve his patients' suffering with an opium-based anaesthetic go badly wrong. Review page 48.
Director Robert Day (1962, 15) (BW)


Boris Karloff
Christopher Lee.

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