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Network TV BBC Week 26: Wednesday 30 June 2010

BBC ONE Wednesday 30 June 2010

Wimbledon 2010

Live event/outside broadcastHigh Definition programme
Wednesday 30 June
12.15-1.00pm BBC ONE and BBC HD
1.00-3.25pm BBC TWO and BBC HD
1.45-6.00pm BBC ONE and BBC HD
5.50-8.00pm BBC TWO and BBC HD
Sue Barker introduces live coverage of the men's quarter-finals at Wimbledon 2010
Sue Barker introduces live coverage of the men's quarter-finals at Wimbledon 2010

Sue Barker introduces live coverage of the men's quarter-finals at Wimbledon.

Last year Roger Federer and Andy Murray both enjoyed straightforward victories at this stage while the pick of the matches came when eventual runner-up Andy Roddick saw off former champion Lleyton Hewitt in five sets on Court No. 1.

It was Murray's first-ever Wimbledon quarter-final although he came unstuck against Andy Roddick in the semis.

Federer's amazing record of reaching 23 consecutive Grand Slam semi-finals came to an end when he lost to Robin Soderling in the last eight at the French Open – but few would bet against him reaching the last four at his beloved Wimbledon.

From 10.30-11.30am on BBC Two viewers have another chance to see a round-up of yesterday's action in Yesterday At Wimbledon, presented by John Inverdale. Finally viewers can catch up on all the day's happenings at the All England club in Today At Wimbledon on BBC Two from 8-9pm, also hosted by Inverdale.

Wimbledon 2010 is simulcast on the BBC HD channel – the BBC's High Definition channel, available through Freesat 108, Freeview 50, Sky 143 and Virgin 108.


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Wednesday 30 June
8.00-9.00pm BBC ONE

When the kids try to do a good deed, Lucas despairs, in tonight's visit to Albert Square. Will his dark secret finally be revealed?

Meanwhile, Liz is on a mission to find Owen, and Glenda sees Peggy in a new light.

Lucas is played by Don Gilet, Liz by Kate Williams, Glenda by Glynis Barber and Peggy by Barbara Windsor.


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Wednesday 30 June
9.00-10.00pm BBC ONE (Schedule addition 17 June)

Back L-R: Sophie (Jemima Rooper), Rob (Ed Byrne), Danny (Navin Chowdhry), Front L-R: Hannah (Zoe Tapper), Martin (Joseph Millson), Sarah (Michelle Terry), Belinda (Emma Stansfield), Fran (Sarah Jane Potts)
Sophie, Rob, Danny, Hannah, Martin, Sarah, Belinda and Fran are Reunited

Reunited is a one-off pilot of a brand-new comedy drama from Mike Bullen, the acclaimed writer of Cold Feet and Life Begins.

It follows a group of six people who once shared a house together in London during their early twenties. Martin and Hannah were a couple who seemed destined to end up together until Hannah, in a moment of madness, slept with Martin's best friend, Rob. The other occupants, Belinda, Danny and Sarah, watched in dismay as acrimony and recrimination tore the close-knit group apart.

Eight years on, following another failed relationship, Hannah discovers her old flame, Martin, is engaged to be married and returns to London. With differing degrees of enthusiasm, the friends gather again and realise the distant past may not be as distant as they had imagined.

Reunited has a strong ensemble cast with Zoe Tapper (Survivors, Desperate Romantics) as Hannah and Joseph Millson (Campus, Enid) as Martin. They are joined by Sarah Jane Potts (Waterloo Road, Sugar Rush), Navin Chowdhry (Ny-Lon, Teachers), Emma Stansfield (The Tudors, Tess Of The D'Urbervilles), Jemima Rooper (The Black Dahlia, Lost In Austen), comedian Ed Byrne and Jan Francis (My Family, Collision).

Mark Freeland, Head of Comedy, BBC says: "I am delighted that Mike Bullen has returned to British comedy drama, working with us, in-house, to make his first show for the BBC in 10 years. Reunited is packed with Mike's brilliant trademarks – warmth, humour, sadness, misunderstanding, love – the considerable ups and downs of ordinary lives."

BBC in-house comedy prides itself on working with the very best in comedy talent – established and new – both on and behind the screen, and is responsible for some of the country's most watched and loved comedies across radio, online and all four BBC TV channels.


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