Things to do in the next 24 hours . . .

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - 24 -

The first balls at Wim­ble­don 2010 are struck to­day. Roger Fed­erer re­turns to de­fend the men’s sin­gles ti­tle he re­gained in 2009, while Bri­tish hopes rest with Andy Mur­ray, who reached the semi-fi­nals last year. Sue Barker presents on BBC2 from noon. Em­merdale’s Peter Amory and mas­ter of farce Damian Wil­liams star in the BBC TV clas­sic Hi-De-Hi at the Peter­bor­ough Key The­atre this week. Tonight’s show is at 7.30pm. To book call

01733 207239. The Ri­d­ley Scott di­rected Robin Hood is be­ing screened at Peter­bor­ough Show­case Cine­mas all this week. To­day’s times are 1pm, 4pm, 7pm The Span­ish will be hop­ing to bounce back in style at the World Cup to­day. Their de­feat to Switzer­land was one of the biggest shocks so far. They play Hon­duras at 7.30pm, with live cov­er­age

on ITV1. Don’t miss Mary Queen of Shops tonight. Mary meets three fiery sis­ters who are run­ning a 115-yearold green­gro­cers shop into the ground. Mary’s ideas for an over­haul are met with scep­ti­cism and dis­agree­ment, so will it be pos­si­ble to res­cue this lit­tle store? BBC2 from 9pm.

and 10pm. To book call 0871 220 1000.

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