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Programme Information

Network TV

Highlights of the week

Week 26 21-27 June 2008

  L-R: John McEnroe, Sue Barker, Tim Henman and Boris Becker

Serving up great coverage

Wimbledon 2008
From Monday 23 June on BBC ONE and BBC TWO

Former British tennis star Tim Henman joins John McEnroe, Boris Becker and presenter Sue Barker in SW19 as this year's Wimbledon Championships begin
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Match Of The Day Live – Euro 2008
Saturday 21, Sunday 22, Wednesday 25 and
Thursday 26 June on BBC ONE

The European Championships hot up in Austria and Switzerland as BBC One brings live coverage of either the third or fourth quarter-final and one of the semi-finals (the games shown will be determined as the tournament progresses)
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Athletics – European Cup
Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 June on BBC TWO

Hazel Irvine introduces live coverage from Annecy, France, where the top eight European nations do battle for the 2008 European Cup
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Holby City
Tuesday 17 June on BBC ONE

Secrets are revealed and lives saved as Faye, Linden and Joseph (Patsy Kensit, Duncan Pow and Luke Roberts) are in South Africa for a special, action-packed episode of the medical drama
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Tribal Wives
Wednesday 25 June on BBC TWO

Forty-six-year-old Karen joins Ecuador's Waorani tribe, as the series that provides a unique and intimate insight into the lives of women in tribes across the world, and a life-changing experience for the Western women involved, continues
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Glastonbury 2008
From Friday 27 June on BBC TWO, BBC THREE and BBC FOUR

Kings Of Leon, Editors, We Are Scientists, Estelle, The Fratellis and Jimmy Cliff are just some of the acts performing on the opening day at Worthy Farm, as the UK's biggest summer festival begins (BBC Radio 1 and BBC 6 Music also have coverage of the festival)
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