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A riot of music, colour and carnival will help guide the 678th Lord Mayor, Alderman David Brewer to St Paul 's Cathedral. Clare
Balding meets some of the 5,500 Participants while Matt Allwright helps celebrate the event's history. Commentary: Paul Dickenson. Director Claire Popplewell ; Producer
Victoria Simpson


Alderman David Brewer
St Paul
Matt Allwright
Paul Dickenson.
Claire Popplewell
Victoria Simpson

A look ahead to the weekend's international fixtures which include England facing Argentina in Geneva in a friendly as their build-up to next year's World
Cup finals begins. Live coverage starts at 4.35pm. With Manish Bhasin , Mark Lawrenson and Steve Bull.


Manish Bhasin
Mark Lawrenson
Steve Bull.

Introduced by John Inverdale.
1.25 Rugby Union Build-up
Preview of Ireland v New Zealand. Live coverage starts at 2.10pm.
1.50 Rugby Union Action from last night's Wales v Fiji clash.
2.10 Rugby Union Ireland v New Zealand The mighty All Blacks provide Ireland with what promises to be a formidable test at Lansdowne Road (kick-off 2.30).
The home side will be looking for a first ever win against the giants of the southern hemisphere. Commentary is from Eddie Butler and Phillip Matthews. VIDEO Plus+ code for 2.10-4.20pm
(non-PDC) Producer Richard Carr ; Editor (rugby)
Carl Hicks


Introduced By:
John Inverdale.
Eddie Butler
Phillip Matthews.
Richard Carr
Carl Hicks

Argentina v England
Old rivals lock horns again in Geneva, Switzerland, scene of this eagerly awaited friendly (kick-off 4.45).
For England fans, the fixture will always be associated with World Cup heartache, although, thanks to a Beckham penalty, not during the 2002 World Cup in their last collision. Will England boss Sven-Goran Eriksson stick to his promise to avoid wholesale substitutions? And will Argentina's Hernan Crespo line up against Chelsea team-mates Frank Lampard and John Terry ? Presented by Gary Lineker , with commentary by John Motson and Graeme Le Saux. Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Paul Armstrong INTERACTIVE: extra features including rolling highlights, in-vision scores, audio options and, at 6.45pm, a 20-minute interactive forum


Sven-Goran Eriksson
Hernan Crespo
Frank Lampard
John Terry
Presented By:
Gary Lineker
Commentary By:
John Motson
Commentary By:
Graeme Le Saux.
Phil Bigwood
Paul Armstrong

Love and Duty. Racists take revenge on Guppy.
Writer Linda Thompson ; Producer Jane Hudson ; Director Craig Lines


Linda Thompson
Jane Hudson
Craig Lines
Abs Denham:
James Redmond
Bruno Jenkins:
Mark Bonnar
Guppy Sandhu:
Elyes Gabel
Harry Harper:
Simon MacCorkindale
Ellen Denham:
Georgina Bouzova
Josh Griffiths:
Ian Bleasdale
Kelsey Philips:
Janine Mellor
Luke Warren:
Matthew Wait
Maggie Coldwell:
Susan Cookson
Nina Farr:
Rebekah Gibbs
Tess Bateman:
Suzanne Packer
Woody Joyner:
Will Thorp
Jas Sandhu:
Madhav Sharma
Tommy Bowman:
Adam Allfrey
Sue Cranny:
Natasha Symms
Dean Cull:
John de Main
Lee Cull:
Nick Bagnall
Jon Gartshire:
Simon O'Brien
Bert Hazeldene:
Tony Selby
Carys Williams:
Nicole Hall
Ray Grant:
Paul Sadot
Natalie Mason:
Leah Fells

- Performance and pageantry combine with religious service in this annual tribute to the victims of conflict.
In the presence of the Queen at London's Royal Albert Hall , there's Welsh opera stars Bryn Terfel and Katherine Jenkins plus bands of the armed forces, while the Right Rev Nigel McCulloch , Bishop of Manchester, conducts the service. With Huw Edwards. Producer Ian Russell Remembrance Sunday: the Cenotaph is tomorrow at 10.15am


Albert Hall
Katherine Jenkins
Nigel McCulloch
Huw Edwards.
Ian Russell

Stylish sci-fi mystery thriller. When computer scientist Hannon Fuller is murdered, only by entering a virtual-reality world will the case be solved. Review page 53.
Director Josef Rusnak (1999, 15)
Followed by Weatherview


Hannon Fuller
Josef Rusnak

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