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Unplaced programmes from 22 June to 28 June
Join CBBC stars Dick and Dom as they guide some of the country’s best new presenting talent through a series of challenges which will see one of them crowned the brand new, third presenter of Blue Peter. And – in a first for the world’s longest-running children’s TV show - the final decision on who gets the role will be made by the CBBC audience.
Saturday 22 June
Confirmed for BBC One on 22 June at 2.00pm to 6.15pm
Gabby Logan presents live coverage of day one of the European Team Championships at the Gateshead International Stadium.
Confirmed for BBC One on 22 June at 7.15pm to 9.20pm
The acts have been trained, coached and mentored through the Blind Auditions, Battles and Knockouts – now only four remain.
Confirmed for BBC Two on 22 June at 12.45pm to 3.05pm
John Inverdale presents live coverage of the women’s final at the 2013 AEGON International from Devonshire Park Lawn Tennis Club in Eastbourne.
Sunday 23 June
Confirmed for BBC One on 23 June at 9.00pm to 10.00pm
Elizabeth’s coronation is a grand affair – and not just to silence those who say her marriage to Edward IV is not legal. Once Queen, she and her mother Jacquetta get to work, marrying off her siblings to the nobility to ensure their family’s security, and create a royal family loyal to Edward as he brings peace to England.
Andy Murray, reigning US Open and Olympic champion, allows the BBC into his inner sanctum to witness what it takes on and off the court to compete as a global sports star.
Confirmed for BBC Two on 23 June at 11.30am to 1.30pm
John Inverdale presents live coverage from finals day at the second World Cup regatta of 2013, held at Eton Dorney.
Confirmed for BBC Two on 23 June at 1.30pm to 2.30pm
On the eve of Wimbledon 2013, enjoy a look back at the most memorable moments from last year’s action-packed tournament.
Confirmed for BBC Two on 23 June at 2.30pm to 6.15pm
Gabby Logan presents live coverage of day two of the European Team Championships from the Gateshead International Stadium.
Tonight, the opera world’s most exciting young talent go head-to-head in the much anticipated final of BBC Cardiff Singer of the World 2013.
Monday 24 June
Continued live coverage of the opening day of Wimbledon 2013, introduced by Sue Barker.
Max and Tanya worry when they realise that Lauren has not returned home all night, and their fears deepen when they find out the truth about where she was the night before.
Sue Barker introduces live coverage from the opening day of the 2013 Wimbledon Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis Club.
Confirmed for BBC Three on 24 June at 9.00pm to 10.00pm
The McGuinness Unit in Manchester is one of the largest teenage mental health inpatient units in the country – and a place of last resort for many adolescents with eating disorders or psychosis, who self-harm or are suicidal.
Tuesday 25 June
Max and Tanya are devastated as they wait for news on Lauren, but when they realise the true extent of her problems, Tanya realises she needs to take matters into her own hands.
Launching the new series of Imagine is Vivian Maier: Who Took Nanny’s Pictures?, the fascinating story of the woman described as ‘Mary Poppins with a camera’.
In episode four of new five-part BBC Three series The Call Centre, set in the third largest call centre in Swansea, Nev is under pressure as the call centre’s biggest contract comes to an end - 'the cash cow of the company has stopped giving milk.'
Get set for more mirthfully magical moments from days gone by, with another brand-new episode of the multi-award-winning comedy series Horrible Histories.
Wednesday 26 June
Confirmed for BBC One on 26 June at 8.00pm to 9.00pm
The Barrys prepare to air their dirty laundry on national TV, but it’s Kevin who ends up under the spotlight when an unexpected guest turns up; Christine decides to embrace her new role as Waterloo Road’s head teacher with gusto; and Maggie has a heart-breaking decision to make.
Thursday 27 June
Lauren returns home and Max and Tanya are determined to keep her from harm, but it only takes something small to send Lauren spiralling again. Can Max and Tanya save Lauren from herself?
Confirmed for BBC Three on 27 June at 9.00pm to 10.00pm
Six months ago, a young medical student was brutally gang-raped on board a bus in the Indian capital Delhi. One of the many horrified at the violence was Radha Bedi, a young British Asian woman, who’s now going to India to uncover the reality of life for women there.
Friday 28 June
For this year’s Glastonbury, each of the BBC’s TV channels will reflect a different element of the festival.
Abi is stunned when she discovers her mum’s plan, and she is determined that Max knows the truth. However, when Max finally learns how far Tanya is going for the sake of their children, will he stand in her way or will he let the love of his life go and do what’s best for their family?
Live coverage of the opening practice session for the British Grand Prix at Silverstone.
BBC Four presents the Royal Opera House production of George Benjamin’s Written On Skin, starring soprano Barbara Hannigan as Agnès and bass-baritone Christopher Purves as the Protector.