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Including the Potty about Books competition, plus Krypto the Superdog, Looney Tunes and The Cramp Twins. With Sophie McDonnell, Jake Humphrey and Simon Grant.
(Also on CBBC channel)

Contributors

Presenter:
Sophie McDonnell
Presenter:
Jake Humphrey
Presenter:
Simon Grant
Series Producer:
Donal Macinnes

Presented by Clare Balding, Hazel Irvine and Rishi Persad.

12.15 Swimming
Live coverage from the world championships where, after a disappointing showing at the Athens Olympics, Britain have it all to prove again in the pool. Final day action from 11pm tomorrow on BBC2.

1.50 Glorious Goodwood
Live coverage from the final day, with races at 2.00 and 2.30. Further races from 3pm on BBC2.

2.40 Golf
The third day of the Women's British Open. Coverage continues on BBC2.
INTERACTIVE: digital viewers can access extended coverage throughout the afternoon by pressing the red button

3.00 Rugby League St Helens v Hull
It's crunch time in the Challenge Cup as the two teams battle it out at Huddersfield's Galpharm Stadium (kick-off 3.15) for a place in the final at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium next month. The second semi-final is tomorrow at 1.20pm on BBC2. Video Plus+ code for 3.00-5.25pm (non-PDC)
Editors Josephine McCusker (golf) and Carl Hicks (rugby league)

INTERACTIVE: MotoGP: from 12.50pm digital viewers can watch qualifying of the German grand prix. Live coverage of the race tomorrow at 11am on BBC2

Contributors

Presenter:
Clare Balding
Presenter:
Hazel Irvine
Presenter:
Rishi Persad
Editor (Golf):
Josephine McCusker
Editor (Rugby League):
Carl Hicks

3/4. James Cracknell , Austin Healey, Iwan Thomas , Colin Jackson , Ade Adepitan and Graeme Le Saux are among the sports stars hoping to be match fit when confronted with the touchline jibes and accusations of acidic presenter Anne Robinson. There are weekday editions at 6pm on BBC2.
Producer Lamees Nuseibert Series producer Alexandra McLeod

Contributors

Unknown:
James Cracknell
Unknown:
Iwan Thomas
Unknown:
Colin Jackson
Unknown:
Ade Adepitan
Unknown:
Graeme Le Saux
Presenter:
Anne Robinson.
Producer:
Alexandra McLeod

Will the five contestants share the big-money jackpot, or will one winner take all? Hosted by Dale Winton. Includes the Thunderball, Lotto and Lotto Extra Draws. Series producer Michael Mannes ; Executive producer David Young www.bbc.co.uk/lotterv The National Lottery - Midweek Draws is on Wednesday at 10.35pm

Contributors

Unknown:
Dale Winton.
Producer:
Michael Mannes
Producer:
David Young

G Aftermath. Maggie reaches breaking point with her father (played by Jack Smethurst), while a new arrival plays a trick on Abs. Can Claire and Luke get back on an even keel? With a guest appearance from Ralph Ineson, aka Finchy from The Office.
Writer Jason Sutton; Producer Sophie Fante; Director Rhys Powys [website removed]

Contributors

Writer:
Jason Sutton
Producer:
Sophie Fante
Director:
Rhys Powys
Maggie Coldwell:
Susan Cookson
Kelsey Phillips:
Janine Mellor
Harry Harper:
Simon MacCorkindale
Guppy Sandhu:
Elyes Gabel
Luke Warren:
Matthew Wait
Claire Guildford:
Leanne Wilson
Nina Farr:
Rebekah Gibbs
Charlie Fairhead:
Derek Thompson
Comfort Newton:
Martina Laird
Woody Joyner:
Will Thorp
Abs:
James Redmond
Sam Bateman:
Luke Bailey
Stan Powell:
Jack Smethurst
Ellen Zitek:
Georglna Bouzova
Jamie Coldwell:
Thomas Hudson
Tess Bateman:
Suzanne Packer
Martin Woodbridge:
Ralph Ineson
Liam Woodbridge:
Tommy Knight
Carol Jennings:
Marion O'Dwyer
RudyGoldspink:
Martin Benson
Stephanie Mellor:
Elian Thomas
Kevin Mellor:
Ansu Kabla

Norman Wisdom , Sanjeev Bhaskar , Anthony Booth and Lucy Pargeter are among the guest stars in a helping of the crime drama first shown in 2002. Mens Sana. When Pascoe investigates a murder at a health clinic, a bored Dalziel checks himself into the same place for a spot of undercover snooping.
Writer Stephen Churchett ; Producer Anne Tricklebank ; Director
Juliet May www.bbc.co.uk/drama/crime/dalziel

Contributors

Unknown:
Norman Wisdom
Unknown:
Sanjeev Bhaskar
Unknown:
Anthony Booth
Unknown:
Lucy Pargeter
Unknown:
Stephen Churchett
Producer:
Anne Tricklebank
Det Supt Andy Dalziel:
Warren Clarke
DI Peter Pascoe:
Colin Buchanan
DS Edgar Wield:
David Royle
DC Carrie Harris:
Keeley Forsyth
Bernie Marks:
Norman Wisdom
Sir Christopher Wynne:
Anthony Booth
Dr Allison:
Laurie Maxinepeake
Raymond Miles:
Jeff Rawle
Chloe Miles:
Julia Deakin
Maggie Hopcraft:
Karen E Jones
Judy Venables:
Lucy Parqeter
Graham Shah:
Sanjeev Bhaskar
Dr Paul Ashurst:
James Puddephatt
Hamet Vanstone:
Una Brandon-Jones
Marcus Vanstone:
Bryan Dick

Violent fantasy action adventure based on the Marvel Comics character, starring Wesley Snipes. In a world where vampires and humans co-exist, a maverick bloodsucker threatens to unleash a force that will take over the Earth. Can vampire-killer Blade stop an uprising of the undead? Review page 45.
Director Stephen Norrington (1998, 18)
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown:
Wesley Snipes.
Director:
Stephen Norrington
Blade:
Wesley Snipes
Deacon Frost:
Stephen Dorff
Whistler:
Kris Kristofferson
Krieger Kevin:
Patrick Walls
Karen:
N'Bushe Wright
Quinn:
Donal Loque
Mercury:
Arly Jover
Dragonetti:
Udo Kier
Raquel:
Trad Lords
Pearl:
Eric Edwards

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