Wednesday 24 Sep 2014
Colin Murray presents the first Match Of The Day 2 of the new Premier League season, with highlights of Stoke against Chelsea and West Brom versus Manchester United.
Chelsea's first game under new manager Andre Villas-Boas is an awkward trip to Stoke, who were last season's beaten FA Cup finalists. Villas-Boas arrived at Stamford Bridge after a hugely successful season with FC Porto, prompting inevitable comparisons with Jose Mourinho, who led the Blues to back-to-back Premier League titles.
West Brom were the only visiting team to claim a league point at Old Trafford last season but their home record against the Red Devils is less impressive – United have won their last seven league games at the Hawthorns. The reigning champions have bolstered their squad this summer with the signings of Ashley Young, Phil Jones and David de Gea, and manager Sir Alex Ferguson will be hopeful of securing a fifth Premier League title in six seasons.
There is also another chance to see all the goals from yesterday's seven games.
The Den continues with a fresh set of fervent entrepreneurs each hoping to receive cash investment for their company, idea or invention. With multi-millionaire investor Hilary Devey now firmly settled into the line-up, this is a business meeting to test even the most composed and prepared of people.
Tonight, the Den is full of family businesses. Tim and Meena Kalia and their business partner, Tricia Tierney, try to talk the Dragons into investing in their innovative new litter trays for dogs ... but, instead, they talk themselves into trouble. Can they find a way to turn their pitch around?
The Den is taken over by a pirate, a street urchin and a hippy as Peter and Michelle Hart, plus five of their seven children, pitch their fancy dress business; but is their dream of investment pure fantasy?
Brothers Jim and Richard George from Malvern believe they're in a strong position with their already trading, fence preservation company. The business-savvy siblings have a deal in mind – but will the offer they're holding out for materialise?
Northumbrian smallpiper Kathryn Tickell and friends celebrate the music of Grainger, performed at a Late Night Prom in the Royal Albert Hall.
Grainger was a pioneering collector of folk music from around the world and this concert includes traditional and contemporary folk music using material which formed the basis of his arrangements.
Special guests include English folk singer June Tabor and also on stage are the Northern Sinfonia conducted by John Harle. Charles Hazlewood presents.
BBC Proms 2011 are simulcast on the award-winning BBC HD channel – the BBC's High Definition channel available through Freesat 109, Freeview 54, Sky 169 and Virgin 187
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