|BBC ONE Sunday 29 June 2008|
John Inverdale gives viewers another chance to see a round-up of all the major events from yesterday's play at Wimbledon 2008.
Coverage of the Championships is also available on the BBC HD Channel and BBCi.
Gary Lineker presents live
coverage of the Euro 2008
final from Vienna
Gary Lineker presents live coverage of the final of Euro 2008 from the Ernst Happel Stadion in Vienna.
The 16 teams have been whittled down to just two and, if they cannot be separated over the next 90 minutes, extra time and penalties will follow to decide who will be crowned kings of Europe. Just one previous European Championship final has gone to penalties and, surprisingly, Germany were on the losing side to Czechoslovakia in the 1976 tournament.
Coverage of this match is also available on the BBC HD Channel and BBCi.
|BBC TWO Sunday 29 June 2008|
BBC Radio 1's Jo Whiley, BBC 6 Music's Lauren Laverne, BBC Radio 2's Mark Radcliffe and Phill Jupitus continue BBC Two's coverage from this year's Glastonbury Festival. Music legend Neil Diamond performs live on the Pyramid Stage (in the 5pm programme) and The Verve's live performance can be seen in the later programme.
BBC Two's Glastonbury coverage can also be seen on the BBC's HD Channel.
|BBC THREE Sunday 29 June 2008|
BBC Radio 1's Zane Lowe and Edith Bowman present BBC Three's coverage live from Glastonbury tonight with performances from the Other Stage from Mark Ronson and The Pigeon Detectives. There will also be guests dropping by for chats on the sofa.
– Friday Night Frights Ep 6/10
Sunday 29 June
9.00-9.45pm BBC THREE
A storm is brewing in tonight's edition of the US comedy drama following the lives of young people on a university campus. With most of the university off at a football game in Indiana, Casey has gathered the pledges and is holding a slumber party. The only problem is that they'd all rather be elsewhere – especially Rebecca, who's determined to steal Casey's thunder.
At Omega Chi, meanwhile, things are quiet – everyone's gone to the game, except Evan and Calvin. Even though Calvin's just a lowly pledge, Evan invites him to hang out – leaving Calvin to wonder why.
Over at Kappa Tau, on the other hand, a party is well under way when Destiny knocks on the door. It seems Destiny has taken on the form of the world's most gorgeous girl, and has set her sights on Cappie. He takes it in his stride, but Rusty's worried – the mystery girl's story makes no sense and there are reports on the radio that there's a mental patient on the loose.
When the power suddenly cuts out on campus, Casey tells a ghost story intending to put Rebecca in her place, but things go a bit further than she intends.
Back at Omega Chi Calvin's surprised, but pleased, to realise that Evan just wants to hang out with a bag of crisps in front of the TV – but the power cut brings creatures out of the dark and, as they embark on a mission to track them down, they get rather more than they bargained for.
Spencer Grammer plays Casey Cartwright, Dilsad Vadsaria plays Rebecca, Jake McDorman plays Evan, Paul James plays Calvin, Michael Foster plays Cappie and Jacob Zachar plays Rusty. Jessica Rose (from the interactive web-based video series Lonely Girl 15) is Jen K and The Plain White T's return as the Kappa Tau band.
BBC Radio 1's Zane Lowe and Edith Bowman present The Glastonbury Finale live from the Pyramid and Other Stages tonight. Special guests drop by for chats on the sofa and take a look back at the highlights of the Festival as the weekend draws to a close.
At 12.30am, Annie Mac and Nick Grimshaw present The Best Bits, with the highlights of the day's performances.
|BBC FOUR Sunday 29 June 2008|
BBC Radio 2's Mark Radcliffe brings BBC Four viewers some of the best coverage from Sunday at the Jazz World stage at Glastonbury 2008.