What's on BBC Red Button - 20-27 July

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It’s another jam-packed week on the BBC Red Button this week with an eclectic mix of content for everybody to enjoy. From the laid-back fields of Latitude Festival to solving crime with BBC’s Crimewatch, find out how you can get the some of the best of the BBC straight to your living room.


Latitude Festival 2013

Glastonbury and T in the Park may have passed us by, but the festival season is still in full swing with Latitude ready to reverberate through your eardrums on the BBC Red Button.

Coverage starts from Sunday evening where you can catch highlights of German electronica legends Kraftwerk from 7.45pm.

Extensive highlights will cover a selection of acts from across the weekend such as Bloc Party, Alt-J, Foals, Hot Chip, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and more. Make sure you don’t miss it.

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Kraftwerk highlights

Sun 21st July - 7:45pm-2:00am


Mon 22nd July - 7:00pm-9:55pm
Tue 23rd July - 4:00am-6:00am
Tue 23rd July - 6:00am-2:40pm
Tue 23rd July -5:00pm-12:25am
Wed 24th July - 4:00am-6:00am
Wed 24th July - 6:00am-6:00am
Thu 25th July - 6:00am-4:20pm
Fri 26th July - 12:00am-6:00am
Fri 26th July - 6:00am-9:00pm

This week's sport highlights

Watch the latest live from The Open Championships at Muirfield, with top pros such as Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson all in action. You can also catch highlights as well as leaderboards throughout the championships on BBC Red Button.

MotoGP fanatics can get their fix of the weekend’s racing with qualifying live from Laguna Seca on Saturday 22nd July from 10pm.

There is also live Triathlon from Hamburg on Saturday 20th July from 2.50pm and rugby league fans - make sure you don’t miss the Super League Show, which will be shown on the Red Button on Tuesday 23rd July from 2.40pm.

Note that live sport event times are subject to change. For more information on this week's Sport on Red Button, visit the BBC Sport website.

Woody Allen

Imagine with Woody Allen

Join Woody Allen as he talks candidly about his childhood in Brooklyn, his early fame as a stand-up in New York City and his first forays into screenwriting and filmmaking. He discusses his prolific body of work, which includes some of the most memorable cinematic moments of all time. Available on Red Button on Wednesday 24th July from 12.25am until 4am.


The BBC’s crime-solvers need you! Crimewatch needs your help to track down wanted faces. It’s your first chance to view and report people wanted by police before the main Crimewatch programme. Will you recognise anyone? Join the team on BBC Red Button on Thursday 25th July from 7.55pm

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  • Comment number 2. Posted by zuzu_s_petals

    on 24 Jul 2013 08:51

    Question: what was the interval music being played at 00.30 today 24/7/13 just before the making of the Woody Allen documentary programme began. Artist and piece please.
    Many thanks

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  • Comment number 1. Posted by mike65

    on 21 Jul 2013 21:45

    Very disappointed that music is being shown on SD lo-fi 981 and not HD hi-fi (in tv terms) 980. What's the point of the HD channel if you don't use it to maximum effect?

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