Olympic weekend watch: What's on TV...

TODAY

8.15am Shooting Women's 10m air rifle qualifying. The day starts with action from Greenwich.

TV: 9am-1pm, BBC1:

9am Archery Men's rd of 16.

Beach Volleyball Men's and women's preliminaries.

10am Cycling: Road Race After watching Bradley Wiggins take the glory in France, Mark Cavendish, above, is tipped to take over and get Great Britain's medal haul off to a flier.

10.10am Rowing Men's eight heats.

11am Shooting The final of the women's 10m air rifle. Medals get decided at the Royal Artillery Barracks.

Gymnastics: Artistic

Louis Smith begins campaign.

TV: 1.15-4.45pm, BBC1:

1.30pm Boxing Men's bantamweight opening round.

4pm Judo The medals are decided in the men's -60kg and women's -48kg.

TV: 5-10pm, BBC1:

5.15pm Football GB women v Cameroon. Hope Powell's side look to build on their victory over New Zealand

6.01pm Archery Men's team gold-medal match.

7.30pm Swimming Men's 400m medley final. Americans Michael Phelps, right, and young pretender Ryan Lochte go head to head at the Aquatics Centre.

7.51pm Swimming Men's 400m freestyle final.

8.48pm Swimming Women's 4x100m freestyle final.

Additional coverage: BBC3, 8.30am-11pm; BBCi.

TOMORROW

8.30am Badminton Preliminaries, men's singles, men's doubles, women's singles, women's doubles, mixed doubles.

TV: 9am-1pm, BBC1.

9.30am Rowing Men's double sculls repechages.

Gymnastics: Artistic Beth Tweddle starts her campaign in her third Games.

Volleyball Men's Pool A: Great Britain v Bulgaria.

11.30am Tennis Men's singles and doubles, women's singles and doubles.

11.45am Shooting Women's 10m air pistol final.

12pm Cycling: Road Race Women's road race. Nicole Cooke and Lizzie Armistead should be in contention.

Sailing Men's Finn races 1, 2. Men's Star races 1, 2. Ben Ainslie, above left, gets bid for a fourth successive gold under way.

TV: 1.10-5pm, BBC1:

2.30pm Basketball Men's group A: United States v France.

TV: 7-10pm, BBC1.

7pm Hockey Women's pool A: Great Britain v Japan.

7.45pm Football GB men v United Arab Emirates. Senegal's late equaliser in the opening fixture has given GB work to do at Wembley tomorrow.

8pm Basketball Men's group B: Russia v Great Britain.

8.15pm Swimming Women's 400m freestyle final. Rebecca Adlington seeks to retain title.

Additional coverage: BBC2, 5-7pm; BBC3, 9am-11pm; BBCi:

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