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New series The new Football
League season kicks off today - how will relegated Southampton, Norwich and Crystal Palace fare in the Championship? Plus a look ahead to the Community Shield tie between Arsenal and Chelsea (highlights tomorrow 10.50pm), and the latest from the SPL, already a week into the season. Hosted by Manish Bhasin , with Mark Lawrenson.


Manish Bhasin
Mark Lawrenson.

With Sue Barker and Clare Balding.
1.05 World Athletics Preview A focus on upcoming highlights.
1.30 Racing Live coverage from the Ascot meeting which has decamped to Windsor. The three lucrative handicaps start at 1.35,
2.05 and 2.35. Plus a three-race card from Haydock Park, including a St Leger trial at 2.20. Other starts are at 1.50 and 2.50.
3.00,3.50 Triathlon Highlights of the Salford World Cup, which saw the world's top triathietes tackle a gruelling swim, bike ride and run.
3.40 Football Half-times
Producer (triathlon) Lucy Cutler ; Editor Ron Chakraborty INTERACTIVE: from 2.45, digital viewers can access latest football results on Score


Lucy Cutler
Ron Chakraborty

The first medals of the world championships are decided tonight in Helsinki. The timetable includes:
6.30 Men's 1500m first round
6.55 Men's shot put final. British hopes lie with Carl Myerscough, who failed to qualify for the final last time around when ranked second in the world. Two years on, the British record holder faces a strong US and eastern European field in his bid to reach the podium.
7.15 Women's 10,000m final. Paula Radcliffe was tipped to win marathon gold at the Athens Olympics, but the British world record holder unexpectedly crashed out at the 23-mile mark and failed to complete the 10,000m five days later. Paula's likely to be taking part tonight, and a win would give her a welcome boost ahead of next Sunday's marathon, but there could be formidable opposition from defending champion Berhane Adere and China's
Olympic champion Huina Xing. INTERACTIVE: digital viewers can access news and a medals table BBC Radio 5 Live has coverage from 5pm in Sport on 5 The ones to watch: page 18


Berhane Adere
Huina Xing.

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 The National Lottery - Midweek Draws is on Wednesday at 10.35pm


Dale Winton.
Michael Mannes
David Young

You Need Friends. Selena returns to work for the first time following the attack, Guppy makes a rash accusation and Claire makes a shocking find.
Writer Jo O'Keefe ; Producer Jane Hudson ; Director Murilo Pasta


Jo O'Keefe
Jane Hudson
Kelsey Phillips:
Janine Mellor
Guppy Sandhu:
Elyes Gabel
Harry Harper:
Simon MacCorklndale
Maggie Coldwell:
Susan Cookson
Selena Donovan:
Elizabeth Carling
Sam Bateman:
Luke Bailey
Tess Bateman:
Suzanne Packer
Claire Guildford:
Leanne Wilson
Luke Warren:
Matthew Wait
Abs Denham:
James Redmond
Nina Farr:
Rebekah Gibbs
Woody Joyner:
Will Thorp
Comfort Newton:
Martina Laird
Ellen Zitek:
Georglna Bouzova
Elsa McVey:
Melanie Ramsay
Sheila Whitfield
Mark Aherne:
Marlon Bulger
Peggy Aherne:
Marjl Campi
Kenny Groome:
Francis Tucker
Jeanette Groome:
Louise Bush
Paul Lyall:
Chris Lennard
Stan Powell:
Jack Smethurst
Joanne Coldwell:
Jane Riley
Security guard:
Amantha Edmead

Sins of the Fathers. The duo get a hostile reception when they investigate the death of a young priest, in this episode of the crime drama first shown in 2002.


Elizabeth-Anne Wheal
Anne Tricklebank
Lawrence Gordon Clark
Det Supt Andy Dalziel:
Warren Clarke
Dl Peter Pascoe:
Colin Buchanan
DS Edgar Wield:
David Royle
DC Carrie Harris:
Keeley Forsyth
Harriet Clifford:
Anne Reid
Father Tibbings:
James Bolam
Bishop Halliwell:
Roger Lloyd Pack
Sue Blackstone:
Lindsey Coulson
Jamie Blackstone:
Rob Dixon
Terry Brakespeare:
Bryan Marshall
Dr Stephen Weston:
Michael Hodgson
PC John Shepherd:
John Flitcroft
Dr George Appleton:
Tom Charnock
Dr Paul Ashurst:
James Puddephatt
Bea Blackstone:
Grace Mitchell
Bryony Blackstone:
Nicola Headley

Menacing horror starring JoBeth Williams , Craig T Nelson and Heather O'Rourke. Time has passed since the Freeling family's horrific encounter with the supernatural, and they are safely resettled. But as they try to adapt to their new life, dark forces begin to gather once more. Review page 47.
Director Brian Gibson (1986, 15)
Followed by Weatherview


Jobeth Williams
Craig T Nelson
Heather O'Rourke.
Brian Gibson

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