Things to do in the next 24 hours . . .
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.