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With Sue Barker and Steve Cram.
7.55 Swimming Beginning with:
8.00 Women's 50m fly final.
8.05 Men's 50m backstroke final. 815 Women's 50m breaststroke final.
9.05 Men's 50m fly semi-finals. Plus coverage of the women's 50m EAD freestyle final, men's 100m breaststroke semi-final, women's 100m freestyle semis, men's 200m freestyle final and women's 100m backstroke semis.
8.25,10.20 Rugby Semi-final and final action from the rugby sevens.
9.40,11.20 Cycling Coverage of the men's keirin semi-finals and final, women's 25km points race and the men's 40km points race.
11.45 Boxing The first in a series of preliminary bouts. Live online at [Web Address Removed] UK broadband only)
Digital viewers can access four extra streams (two on Freeview) of coverage see [Web Address Removed] for timetable - plus a text service

Paralympic equestrian star Lee Pearson and Everton's Tim Cahill join Matt Dawson , while Ally McCoist welcomes England internationals: rugby's
Jamie Noon and football's Nigel Martyn. Sue Barker hosts. Producer Gareth Edwards ; Series producer Carl Doran

Contributors

Unknown:
Lee Pearson
Unknown:
Matt Dawson
Unknown:
Jamie Noon
Unknown:
Nigel Martyn.
Producer:
Gareth Edwards
Producer:
Carl Doran

9/10. Just the Two of Us judge Trevor Nelson , ex-royal reporter Jennie Bond , comic Rowland Rivron and 5 Live's Beverley Turner compete. With Dougie Anderson. Series director Roy Chapman ; Series producer Claire Zolkwer
First shown on BBC3 www.bbc.co.uk/bbcthree

Contributors

Unknown:
Trevor Nelson
Reporter:
Jennie Bond
Unknown:
Rowland Rivron
Unknown:
Beverley Turner
Unknown:
Dougie Anderson.
Director:
Roy Chapman
Producer:
Claire Zolkwer

Regional Variations (2)

My Family

BBC One London

My Family

Series 6

Episode 2: The Spokes Person

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One London

Available for 3 months

Domestic sitcom. Ben starts a one-man anti-cycling campaign which causes chaos in the household and Susan compounds it with her fund-raising efforts.

Regional Variations (2)

Hustle

Series 3

Episode 2

Duration: 57 minutes

on BBC One West

Available for 9 months

When Danny and Mickey's bickering reveals some underlying discontent about the gang's leadership, Albert offers up a possible solution: The Henderson Challenge. Show more

Contributors

Mickey Stone:
Adrian Lester
Danny Blue:
Marc Warren
Ash Morgan:
Robert Glenister
Stacie Monroe:
Jaime Murray
Albert Stroller:
Robert Vaughn
Director:
Otto Bathurst
Producer:
Lucy Robinson
Executive Producer:
John Yorke

Introduced by Hazel Irvine and Steve Cram.
10.35,2.00 Triathlon Two world-class fields feature as first the women, and then the men, swim, cycle and finally run the gruelling Olympic-distance course around the Melbourne suburb of St Kilda.
12.15 Hockey First-half highlights followed by live second-half coverage of the tie between England and Scotland. Barry Davies and Sean Kerly commentate.
1.00 Swimming The heats of the women's 800m freestyle, the men's 100m freestyle, the women's 100m butterfly, the men's 200m backstroke, the women's 200m breaststroke, the men's 50m EAD freestyle, and the men's and women's 4x200m freestyle.
4.00 Gymnastics Coverage of the men's all-round competition, in which contestants must demonstrate their skill and strength on six pieces of equipment.
5.00 Bowls/Boxing/Cycling/Net ball/Weightlifting England meet Fiji in netball, and there's coverage of the women's 58kg class weightlifting, plus preliminary stage action in bowls, boxing and cycling. VIDEO Plus+ code for 10.35pm-2.00am VIDEO Plus+ code for 2.00-7.00am
Live online at [Web Address Removed] (UK broadband only)
Digital viewers can access four extra streams (three on Freeview) - see [Web Address Removed] for timetable - plus a text service of news, results, a medals table and a viewing planner

Contributors

Introduced By:
Hazel Irvine
Introduced By:
Steve Cram.
Introduced By:
Sean Kerly

BBC One London

About BBC One

BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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