|BBC ONE Monday 9 June 2008|
A teenage girl inspired by her parents' perfect marriage is convinced she's found "the one", and gets engaged, in the first of this week's visits to the Midlands-based health centre. When she picks up a sexually transmitted infection, however, she unravels a chain of lies.
Julia, meanwhile, helps the young girl realise that everybody makes mistakes and that she should forgive her father and her fiancé.
Elsewhere, Vivien is preparing for when Ruth covers for her when she is away on her driving course. Convinced she will return to complete chaos, she leaves colour-coded notes wherever she can so there will be less chance of Ruth messing up her systems.
Julia is played by Diane Keen, Vivien by Anita Carey and Ruth by Selina Chilton.
Gary Lineker introduces live coverage of the Group C clash between Romania and France, in Zurich, with commentary provided by Steve Wilson.
Romania are competing in their first tournament since Euro 2000, but begin as outsiders to progress from a group that also includes Holland and Italy. The key man for them is Adrian Mutu, who is back to his best after an unhappy spell with Chelsea. The Fiorentina forward was Romania's top scorer in qualification with six goals, and will have to be closely watched by the French defence.
France were beaten finalists at the 2006 World Cup but no longer have inspirational midfielder Zinedine Zidane in their ranks. In his absence, Franck Ribery will pull the strings in midfield, assisted by former Arsenal midfielder Patrick Vieira. Les Bleus have another former Gunner up front, namely Thierry Henry – France's all-time leading scorer. Henry has endured a disappointing season with Barcelona and will be keen to prove he remains one of Europe's deadliest strikers.
For viewers with access to the Red button there is live match coverage with alternative commentary and rolling highlights, as well as extensive highlights of every game, all the goals from the tournament and highlights of classic matches from previous years.
There is also a chance to see a replay of today's match at 7pm.
Coverage of today's match is available on the BBC HD Channel.
Denise returns to the Square to find her family in a sorry state, in the first of this week's visits to EastEnders. But will she leave?
Later, an excited Dawn organises a party and tries to find someone to babysit Summer. Charlie, meanwhile, meets a new woman.
Denise is played by Diane Parish, Dawn by Kara Tointon and Charlie by Derek Martin.
Jake Humphrey presents highlights from today's two Euro 2008 matches in Group C, the so-called "group of death".
World Cup winners Italy begin their campaign against Holland in Berne, their first competitive meeting with the Dutch since beating them on penalties in the semi-finals of Euro 2000. Roberto Donadoni's men are looking to become the first Italian side to become both world and European champions. The Azzurri will be keen to make a good start, aware that France await them in their final Group C match – desperate to avenge defeat in the 2006 World Cup Final.
The Dutch have a fine European pedigree, reaching the semi-finals in three of the four tournaments since they lifted the trophy in 1988. Coach Marco van Basten has plenty of attacking options, including Real Madrid duo Ruud van Nistelrooy and Arjen Robben and Arsenal's Robin van Persie. However, they will have their work cut out against an Italian side renowned for their dogged defence.
France, winners in 2000, begin their campaign in Zurich against Romania. Coached by the eccentric Raymond Domenech, who admits his team selection is influenced by astrology, Les Bleus begin as one of the tournament favourites. However, having been eliminated from Euro 2004 by surprise-winners Greece, the French will be wary of underestimating the Romanians.
|BBC TWO Monday 9 June 2008|
Feeling desperate to give Jarrod the closure she knows he deserves, Bec shocks him by admitting that she slept with Jason, as the sun-drenched drama series set in an Australian beach resort continues.
Gabby, meanwhile, is furious when she arrives home to find Paul lying on her couch, ready to tell Poppy and Peta their secret.
Knowing that he's taken things too far, Paul later tries to apologise. Although they both know that they could easily get caught, one thing leads to another and they end up in a passionate embrace – watched by a stunned Kirsten.
Meanwhile, when Gabby arrives at school to see an upset Kirsten crying behind the toilet blocks, Kirsten sees a way of getting back at Paul by leading Gabby to believe she was assaulted by Paul when he was tutoring her.
Jarrod is played by Clayton Watson, Bec by Renai Caruso, Gabby by Sophie Katinis, Paul by Nathaniel Buzolic and Kirsten by Sam Weaving.
Sue Barker hosts live coverage of the Artois Championships, which takes place at the famous Queen's Club in London this week.
With Wimbledon just a fortnight away, many of the world's leading players will be present and will be attempting to get to grips with the grass courts. The entries include two of the world's top three in Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic, as well as Britain's Andy Murray and four-time winners Lleyton Hewitt and Andy Roddick – who beat surprise package Nicolas Mahut in last year's final.
| Mary Queen Of Shops Ep 1/6
Monday 9 June
9.00-10.00pm BBC TWO
Fashion guru Mary Portas
returns to the British High Street
Last year, fashion guru Mary Portas galvanized some of the saddest shop floors in Britain into adopting a radical new approach to turn around their fortunes. Now, Mary returns to the High Streets of Britain to reinvigorate five more fashion shops that have lost their way.
Mary famously reinvented Harvey Nichols, but her passion is
re-energising independent stores that can bring new flavour and excitement to the High Street – and she's got her work cut out with the five independents in this new series.
Tonight's opener sees Mary visiting the wealthy town of Ascot. Its High Street is home to Blinkz, a shop that caters for the fuller-figured woman, owned by size 10 gym fanatic Amanda Collins. Mary is shocked to discover that Amanda's attitude to her plus-size customers leaves a lot to be desired – Blinkz is full of dowdy, baggy, unflattering clothes that most people, whatever their size, wouldn't be seen dead in. As a result, nothing is selling and the business is in crisis. With 57 per cent of British women over size 14, Mary is convinced that Amanda's plus-size shop should be making money. But unless she changes her attitude to her potential clientele, she doesn't stand a chance.
Amanda, however, doesn't think that larger women follow fashion. Mary takes her behind the scenes at Marie Claire, one of the country's leading fashion magazines, to help her get to grips with the seasons up-and-coming trends. Amanda tries to apply this knowledge when choosing new collections for her shop, but can she buy fashionable clothes that flatter the fuller figure and then sell them without insulting her customers?