29 July BBC TV & radio Olympic schedule

(All times BST)

24 Sports contested

Archery, badminton, basketball, beach volleyball, boxing, canoe slalom, cycling (road), diving, equestrian, fencing, football, gymnastics (artistic), handball, hockey, judo, rowing, sailing, shooting (no video of qualifying sessions), swimming, table tennis, tennis, volleyball, water polo, weightlifting

Key highlights:

- Women's Archery team gold medal match - Lord's is the venue for the deciding women's Archery event

- Women's Road Race - Nicole Cooke defends her title against young upstart Lizzie Armitstead

- Women's 400m Freestyle Final - Rebecca Adlington will be looking to retain the gold she grabbed in Beijing

- Men's 4x100m Freestyle Final - Michael Phelps will be hoping to add to his record-breaking haul of gold medals

- Sailing - Ben Ainslie takes to the water for the first time in his quest for a fourth consecutive gold medal

- Football (men) - Team GB face the UAE in their second group match

All video mentioned below available on BBC Sport website for UK users

Red Button (satellite and cable) and Connected TV

Up to 24 streams to cover live action.

BBC One & BBC One HD:

Coverage from 0600-0100 including:

0600-0900 Olympic Breakfast with Chris Hollins and Sian Williams

0900-1400 The second day of rowing and swimming heats

1400-1600 Jake Humphrey and Tanni Grey-Thompson host coverage of the closing stages of the Women's Road Race, culminating in a finish at the Mall

1600-1900 Sue Barker presents tennis action from Wimbledon

1900-2200 Gary Lineker, Clare Balding and Mark Foster are at the Aquatics Centre for an evening of drama with several gold medals up for grabs

2220-0100 Gabby Logan presents Olympics Tonight which is followed by Olly Foster's Olympic Sportsday. Both shows look to round up the action on the second day of the Games

BBC Three:

Coverage from 0900-2300 including:

0900-1400 The early stages of the women's road race

1400-1900 Manish Bhasin presents coverage of the Sailing regatta in Weymouth as well as Diving and Gymnastics later in the afternoon

1900-2300 Jake Humphrey is joined by Alan Hansen and Robbie Savage as Team GB face up to the UAE in their second group game in the men's football

BBC Red Button (Freeview)

301

0600-0855 Olympic Sportsday - Repeat

0855-1040 Archery: Men's Team eliminations round from Lord's

1040-1140: Judo

1140-1205 Shooting

1205-1455 Tennis: Men's and women's singles first round matches from Wimbledon.

1455-1600 Diving: Women's Synchronised 3m Springboard Final

1600-1755 Gymnastics: Continued coverage of the Women's Artistic qualification subdivisions

1810-1900 Water Polo: Great Britain's men take on Romania in the men's competition (coverage continues on channel 302).

1900-2030 Hockey: Great Britain's women take on Japan in the preliminary stages

2030-2145 Basketball: Great Britain's men take on Qualifier in the men's preliminaries.

2145-2400: Beach Volleyball: Men's and women's preliminary matches from Horse Guards Parade.

0100-0600 Olympic Sportsday - Repeat

302

1900-1930 Water Polo: Continued coverage of Great Britain v Romania in the men's competition.

1930-2100 Handball: Great Britain face France in the men's preliminaries.

2100-2330 Boxing: Men's Light (60kg) and Men's Welter 69kg) elimination rounds.

2330-2400 Basketball: Final stages of Argentina v Qualifier in the men's preliminaries

0000-0530 Highlights and replays from the day's top action at the London 2012 Olympic Games

Radio - 5 live

0600 - 10005 live Olympic Breakfast (with Nicky Campbell and Rachel Burden)

1000 - 14005 live Olympics (with Victoria Derbyshire and Mark Chapman)

1400 - 18305 live Olympics (with Peter Allen and Colin Murray)

1830 - 22305 live Olympics (with Mark Pougatch).

2230 - 0100Late Night Olympics: Livesey's 2012 Marathon

BBC Radio 5 live Olympics Extra

0000 - 1000Olympic Highlights - Aound up of all the day's Olympic action from the London 2012 Games.

1000 - 0000Olympics Extra - live Olympic coverage from the London 2012 Games.

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