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June 2007

  • Concert for Diana

  • Find out more about all of the BBC's coverage of the Concert for Diana which takes place at Wembley on Sunday with all the programme times on television and radio:

    On Friday's programme...

  • Princess Diana exhibition

  • Full details of the Princess Diana exhbition at Kensington Palace can be found on our main story. The exhibition runs from 30 July, daily until the end of the year.

  • Smokefree England

  • You can find the quiz, details of how to give up smoking, and how to download the no-smoking sign from our main story.


    Thursday 28 June

  • Flooding
    If you've been affected by the recent floods, you can get information from the Environment Agency flood line:
    0845 988 11 88

  • Wimbledon
    It's the start of the lawn tennis championships at Wimbledon - and Breakfast is there.


    You can also find our about Breast Cancer Care's strawberry tea campaign:


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  • Gordon Brown

  • There are more in-depth stories and analysis on the BBC News Special Reports website.

  • Dervla Kerwan

  • Is in a new drama called True Dare Kiss, on BBC One, Thursday 28 June at 9.00pm.


    Wednesday 27 June

  • Flooding
    If you've been affected by the recent floods, you can get information from the Environment Agency flood line:
    0845 988 11 88

  • Gordon Brown

  • There are more in-depth stories and analysis on the BBC News Special Reports website.

  • Wimbledon

  • It's the start of the lawn tennis championships at Wimbledon - and Breakfast is there.

  • Al Green

  • He's got a rare four date UK tour starting on Thursday at The Albert Hall followed by Manchester, Birmingham and Hammersmith Apollo. He's also got a new CD/DVD 'Al Green: The Definitive Greatest Hits'.


    Tuesday 26 June

  • Flooding
    There's an Environment Agency flood line: 0845 988 11 88


  • Harry Potter

  • We speak to Daniel Radcliffe ahead of the release of the fifth Harry Potter film, the Order of the Phoenix, on 12 July.

  • Wimbledon

  • It's the start of the lawn tennis championships at Wimbledon - and Breakfast will be there.

  • The Big Day

  • Is presented by Nick Knowles, it's on BBC One, Tuesday 3 July, at 8pm: It's a new five part series where engaged couples volunteer to put all the plans for their wedding day into the hands of their nearest and dearest - only getting to see the results, including the wedding dress, on the big day itself.


    Monday 25 June

  • Organ donation

  • To find out more, ring the organ donor hotline: organ donor line 0845 6060400 or visit their website

  • Scams

  • The Office of Fair Trading has a downloadable leaflet with advice on how to avoid scams

  • Last Man Standing

  • A group of young adventurers from the UK and US compete against tribal warriors in remote parts of the world in this new BBC Three series: Tuesday 26 June 9:00pm. The programme's makers are also looking for competitive athletes between the ages of 18-35 who have a thirst for adventure and hunger to win for the next series. If you think you have what it takes contact the producers (not Breakfast):
    e-mail: last_man_standing@bbc.co.uk

  • Wimbledon

  • It's the start of the lawn tennis championships at Wimbledon - and Breakfast will be there.

  • Don't Get Done Get Dom

  • Dominic Littlewood has a new series for BBC One: Don't Get Done Get Dom, it's on BBC One, Monday 25 June, 9.15am


    Friday 22 June

  • Low carbon family

  • See our main story for links to advice and information about all the issues covered in the series and details of the five cars featured:

    And you can get information from the Green Car Guide website.

  • Saving Planet Earth/Sir David Attenborough

  • A new BBC series called Saving Planet Earth starts on Sunday 24 June at 7pm on BBC One, and features a different guest presenter each week.

  • Parkinson's disease

  • You can get help and advice from the Parkinson's Disease Society's free helpline:
    0808 800 0303
    (9.30am-9pm Monday to Friday and 9.30am-5.30pm Saturdays)

  • Glastonbury

  • Music fans are gearing up for the music festival which starts on Friday.

  • Royal Ascot

  • Find out more about Royal Ascot from the BBC Sport website.


    Thursday 21 June

  • Credit Card Fraud

  • Advice on how to prevent credit card fraud from.

  • Glastonbury

  • Music fans are gearing up for the music festival which starts on Friday.

  • Royal Ascot

  • Find out more about Royal Ascot from the BBC Sport website.

  • Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen
    Hosts coverage of the world's largest annual open-submission art show, held at the Royal Academy in London. You can watch coverage from Friday 22 June at 7.00pm on BBC Two.


    Wednesday 20 June

  • CO2 Calculator

  • The Environment Secretary David Miliband is launching a public trial version of a web-based CO2 calculator that will give everyone access to a personalised action plan to cut their carbon footprint.

  • James Purefoy
    Is the starring in BBC Two's epic drama Rome - there are two episodes a week on Wednesday and Sunday at 9.00pm.

  • Kyran bracken
  • Is launching the 'Loch Ness Monster' Duathlon for Save the Children on Thursday 21 June.


    Tuesday 19 June

  • Richard Briers

  • Is taking part in 'The Long and the Short of it: an evening of short performances and short stories for the longest day of the year' to raise money for the stroke support charity InterAct. To book tickets phone 020 7471 6789 or email info@interactreading.co.uk


    Monday 18 June

  • Future School: Carers

  • Sarah Campbell met some of the young carers from Marriotts School in Stevenage.

  • Meningitis

  • More information on how to spot the signs and symptoms of meningitis. You can also phone the helpline: 0800 028 18 28


  • Sport and Dyslexia
    On Breakfast on Saturday 16 June, Mike Bushell featured in an item on Breakfast about a new brain exercise programme, originally devised to treat people with dyslexia and ADHD, but which is now, having a dramatic effect in sport. It is known as the Dore programme.

    Tel: 0870 880 6060
    e-mail: info@dore.co.uk


    Friday 15 June

  • Saving Planet Earth

  • We spoke to Alan Titchmarsh - he is presenting Saving Planet Earth which starts on BBC One, Sunday 24th June, 7pm. Find out more and how to donate on the Saving Planet Earth website.

    Thursday 14 June

  • Childhood Obesity

  • Jonathan Scott was on the programme to talk about how he lost weight and turned from an obese child to a fitness trainer and model. He showed us how he's helping overweight youngsters beat the bulge.

    Tuesday 12 June

  • Male Cancer Awaresness Month

  • Please visit the Everyman website for more details.

  • School Toilets

  • As part of our 'future school' series Sarah Campbell has been looking at whether unisex toilets could help ease the problem of bullying in schools.

  • Breastfeeding

  • We spoke to Alison Baum, founder of Best Beginnings and Co-founder of the Breastfeeding Manifesto Coalition. For more information on the coalition, please look at their website.


    Monday 11 June

  • Rock Sculpture

  • The Eden Project is installing its new sculpture today. 'Seed', the 70-tonne granite monolith, is one of the biggest sculptures in history made from a single piece of rock.


    Friday 8 June

  • Miniature Horse

  • The miniature horse, Short Man, was in the studio today. He is twenty-two and a half inches tall and three years old. Short Man has a very special job of helping children with severe learning difficulties. The children find it therapeutic and relaxing to touch and stroke him.

    Wednesday 6 June

    2012 Olympics
    The BBC website has a story with pictures of your versions of the 2012 Olympic logo and you can vote for your favourite.

    Madeleine McCann
    There's information and an appeal from The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre about the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.




    Old Makeup
    Old make-up could damage your help. More information from the Institute of Optometrists.


    Child Support Agency
    Rules are changing at the Child Support Agency



    Friday 1 June

    Madeleine McCann
    There's information and an appeal from The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre about the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.


    Smoking ban in England
    We introduce our three guinea pigs who are going to try and quit smoking for good, ahead of the ban in England on 1 July, and we'll be following their progress for a month. If you need help and advice giving up smoking:
    NHS Smoking Helpline
    0800 169 0 169
    Provides expert, free, and friendly advice to smokers.


  • Volunteers' Week

  • Christmas savings schemes

  • The Office of Fair Trading is launching a campaign to tell consumers about putting money into savings schemes. It's designed to help consumers avoid some of the problems experienced with Farepak in 2006.

  • Serious Andes


  • Thursday 31 May

  • Plastic bags

  • Guerrilla bagging is a new phenomenon that aims to reduce the use of plastic bags.


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