6:00am Saturday 11 August on BBC ONE
Today’s London 2012 Olympics coverage on BBC One.
Olympic Breakfast – 0600-0900
Presenters: Sian Williams & Chris Hollins
The busiest day of the Games with 32 gold medals to be won.
Olympics 2012 – 0900-1200
Presenters: Mishal Husain with Rishi Persad
Featuring the Canoe Sprint with four titles to be decided in the new Olympic distance of 200m. British interest with world silver medallist in the K1, Ed McKeever and Liam Heath & Jon Scofield in the K2 who are also number two in the world. Rachel Cawthorn will hope to be contesting the Women’s K1.
Followed by the conclusion of the Men’s Platform Diving semi-finals. Tom Daley and Peter Waterfield will be looking to secure spaces in tonight’s final.
09:37 Kayak Single (K1) 200m Men – Final
09:54 Canoe Single (C1) 200m Men – Final
10:21 Kayak Single (K1) 200m Women Final
10:48 Kayak Double (K2) 200m Men – Final
10:00 Men’s 10m Platform Semifinal
Olympics 2012 – 1215-1430
Presenters: Matt Baker with Helen Skelton
The Women’s Mountain Bike event at Hadleigh Park, Essex is the main event on the penultimate lunchtime of the Games.
Including News & Regional News at 1200
Cycling Mountain Bike:
12:30 Women’s Cross Country
Olympics 2012 – 1715-1915
Presenters: Sue Barker with Clare Balding Greenwich Park has been transformed to stage the final two events of the Men’s Modern Pentathlon. After the Fencing and Swimming on the Olympic Park earlier today, the athletes are now tackling the Show Jumping followed by the combined run and shoot which is making its Olympic debut.
Includes News & Regional News at 1745
15:20 Men’s Riding Show Jumping
18:45 Men’s Combined Event
Olympics 2012 – 1915-2230
Presenters: Gary Lineker with John Inverdale, Michael Johnson and Denise Lewis
The final six track Athletics medals will be won tonight with British eyes firmly focused on the first to be decided – the Men’s 5000m. Mo Farah looks to repeat his gold medal success in last year’s world championships and could be adding a second medal to this year’s tally if he was successful a week ago in the 10,000m. Jenny Meadows will hope the crowd can cheer her on to a medal in the 800m and the evening ends with what is always a dramatic race – the Men’s 4x100m relay.
Followed by the climax of the Men’s 10m Diving – Can Tom Daley and/or Peter Waterfield reach the podium?
19:00 Women’s High Jump Final
19:20 Men’s Javelin Throw Final
19:30 Men’s 5000m Final
20:00 Women’s 800m Final
20:25 Women’s 4 x 400m Relay Final
21:00 Men’s 4 x 100m Relay Final
20:30 Men’s 10m Platform Final
Olympics Tonight – 2250-0000
Presenter: Gabby Logan
Time to draw breath at the end of an exciting, action packed day. Gabby and her guests reflect on the expected and unexpected, the heroes and villains, those celebrating and those drowning their sorrows.
Olympic Sportsday – 0015-0100
Presenter: Dan Walker
There’ll be no shortage of stories and action to round-up on the penultimate day of the Games.