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BBC 1 East - channel number 101
00:20Weather for the Week Ahead[SUB]
00:25BBC News[SUB HD]
The latest national and international stories as they breakNews
06:00Breakfast[SUB HD]
Round-up of national and international news, plus the latest from the money marketsNational News/International News/General Social/Political Issues/Economics
09:00Commonwealth Games[SUB HD]
Day One
Mishal Husain and Jason Mohammad introduce the opening live coverage from Glasgow, where the 20th staging of the Games gets under way in several sports. This is the first of 11 days of competition in the largest multi-sport event to be held in Scotland, with the Games having twice being held in Edinburgh, the last time in 1986. Events taking place this morning include swimming, track cycling, badminton, hockey, judo and squash, with the first medals to be decided this afternoon. Coverage continues on BBC TwoSport/General Sports
13:00BBC News; Weather[SUB HD]
13:30BBC Regional News and Weather[SUB]
Regional News/Weather
13:45Commonwealth Games[SUB HD]
Day One
Hazel Irvine and Jason Mohammad introduce live coverage of the concluding stages of the men's and women's triathlon races, as the first medals of Glasgow 2014 are decided at Strathclyde Country Park in Motherwell. Much of the focus in the men's event will be on Alistair and Jonny Brownlee, although neither have been at their best in the ITU World Series this season, and should face stiff competition from the Australian and South African contingent. Alistair claimed gold in the London Olympics, with Jonny finishing third, and the brothers will be pleased that world number one Javier Gomez is not among the field. England's Jodie Stimpson, who is currently riding high in the world rankings, will expect to be among the leaders in the women's race. With commentary by Matt Chilton, Steve Trew and Annie Emerson. Coverage continues on BBC TwoSport/General Sports/Triathlon
18:00BBC News[SUB HD]
18:30Look East[SUB]
Regional News
19:00Commonwealth Games[SUB HD]
Day One
Gary Lineker introduces live coverage of the opening evening of swimming finals at the Tollcross International Swimming Centre in Glasgow. This upgraded venue will also host next year's world championships and tonight will see semi-finals in four disciplines as well as the first medals decided, including in the men's 400m freestyle and 200m breaststroke, and women's 4x100m freestyle relay. Australia were clearly the dominant force in the pool four years ago in Delhi, with England a distant second, and Scotland winning just two swimming golds. The home crowd should have a major contender to cheer on this evening though, provided Michael Jamieson made it through this morning's qualifiers in the 200m breaststroke. Jamieson was born in Glasgow and won the silver medal in this discipline in 2010, a feat which he emulated two years later at the London Olympics. Away from the pool there is also coverage of judo, weightlifting and rhythmic gymnastics, with the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre hosting the judo, as medals are decided in the men's -60kg and -66kg, and women's -48kg, -52kg and -57kg disciplines. The weightlifting takes place at Clyde Auditorium and features the final of the men's 56kg category, and the rhythmic gymnastics at The Hydro will see the champions crowned in the women's team final. Coverage continues on BBC TwoSport/General Sports/Swimming/Weightlifting/Judo/Gymnastics
22:00BBC News[SUB HD]
22:25BBC Regional News and Weather[SUB]
Regional News/Weather
22:40Tonight at the Games[SUB HD]
Day One
Mark Chapman and Clare Balding present a round-up of the opening day's action at the Commonwealth Games, including swimming, triathlon and track cycling. The schedule at the Tollcross International Swimming Centre offered the home fans the perfect chance to celebrate a gold medal, with Michael Jamieson a genuine contender in the men's 200m breaststroke after winning silver at London 2012, while the men's and women's triathlon races took place at Strathclyde Country Park and the first cycling finals were decided at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome. Plus, a look ahead to tomorrow's action, which will include the start of the boxing boutsSport/General Sports/Swimming/Triathlon/Cycling
23:40Commonwealth Games Sportsday[SUB HD]
Day One
Katherine Downes looks back at the opening day's events in Glasgow, focusing on the medal-winners as the 20th staging of the Games got under waySport/General Sports
23:55Holiday Weatherview[SUB]