|BBC ONE Sunday 22 June 2008|
Viewers can enjoy live coverage of one of this weekend's two quarter-final matches at Euro 2008. Today's game is being played at the Ernst Happel Stadion, in Vienna, which is also the venue for the semi-final and final.
England crashed out on penalties at this stage four years ago, while Greece shocked defending champions France.
Coverage of the match is also available on the BBC HD Channel.
Please note: The BBC's quarter-final coverage will be determined at the end of the group stages.
|BBC TWO Sunday 22 June 2008|
BBC Two brings viewers highlights of the third and final Rowing World Cup regatta, which is taking place in Poznan, Poland.
Great Britain will be hoping to retain the World Cup, which they won for the first time last year, but the crews will also be fine-tuning their preparations for the Olympics – now just seven weeks away. Britain's flagship crew, the coxless four, are aiming for a third consecutive gold in Beijing but have had an injury-plagued season so far. However, they can take courage from 2004 when they clinched the Olympic title despite a late injury that ruled out Alex Partridge just weeks before the Athens Games. Partridge himself will have a chance to make up for that disappointment – he will be in the eight that compete here and in Beijing.
Suzi Perry introduces live coverage of the eighth round of the 2008 MotoGP, from Donington Park.
Donington is the only UK stop-off on the MotoGP calendar and about 80,000 motorcycling fans will be flocking to the Leicestershire circuit, with many cheering on British rider James Toseland – who has made a credible start to his career in MotoGP this season.
Last year, Casey Stoner overcame the soggy conditions to record his fifth victory of the season and the young Australian went on to claim the overall title.
Hazel Irvine introduces live
coverage from the 2008
Hazel Irvine introduces live coverage from the second and final day's action at the 2008 European Cup in Annecy.
With the Beijing Games just seven weeks away, the event will be a chance for Britain's top athletes to gauge their form against potential Olympic rivals, while also providing useful experience in the pressures of competing for their respective countries.
Commentary comes from Steve Cram, Jonathan Edwards, Colin Jackson and Paul Dickenson.
|BBC THREE Sunday 22 June 2008|
– Liquid Courage Ep 5/10
Sunday 22 June
9.00-9.45pm BBC THREE
It's Homecoming Weekend and there are surprises in store for the Cartwrights, as the US comedy drama following the lives of young people on a university campus continues.
Casey is very excited at the prospect of meeting Evan's blue-blood parents who are visiting, but things don't get off to the best start when they can hardly hide their disinterest over lunch. Casey is dismayed at their delight when the senator's daughter, Rebecca Logan, turns up uninvited, and even more dismayed when Evan caves in to parental pressure and
un-invites her from dinner that evening.
Meanwhile, Rusty's having a bit more luck – sort of. Kappa Tau is planning the party of the year, complete with a live mini volcano. When the mock volcano fails in the dress rehearsal, however, Rusty seizes the opportunity to save the day – but soon finds he can't actually fix it. Desperate not to let his housemates down, he decides to "borrow" the university's atmospheric destabiliser module – a high-tech relic from the science department that has never been used. His partners in crime are ZBZ's Jen K and a very reluctant Dale.
Determined not to let Rebecca steal her thunder in front of Evan's parents, Casey decides to crash the VIP dinner and show Evan's parents what she's made of. However, things don't quite go as planned.
Back at the Kappa Tau party, Rusty and Dale hook the module up to the volcano but, amid a fanfare and great expectation, nothing happens. Rusty is mortified – his reputation is in tatters. Just as he's about to give up all hope, the most amazing things start to happen...
By the end of the weekend, both of the Cartwright kids have had their worlds rocked, but in rather different ways.
Spencer Grammer plays Casey Cartwright, Jake McDorman plays Evan, Dilsad Vadsaria plays Rebecca, Jacob Zachar plays Rusty, Jessica Rose (from the interactive web-based video series) guest stars as Jen K and Clark Duke plays Dale.