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Sports on TV

SPORT EVENT SCHEDULE
Thursday, July 5
Tennis: The Wimbledon Championships 2018
Time: 6:30PM
Now Channel 671
Main Bar Small screen only, Wyndham Street end
No sound
Friday, July 6
Rugby: Super Rugby Crusaders v Highlanders
Time: 3:35PM
Now Channel 679 / Rugbypass
Main Bar Large screen only, Wyndham Street end
With sound
Rugby: Super Rugby Reds v Rebels
Time: 5:45PM
Now Channel 679 / Rugbypass
Main Bar Large screen only, Wyndham Street end
With sound
Tennis: The Wimbledon Championships 2018
Time: 6:30PM
Now Channel 670
Main Bar Small screen only, Wyndham Street end
No sound
Football: World Cup 2018 Uruguay v France
Time: 10:00PM
Now Channel 618
Main Bar Large screen only, Wyndham Street and Ice House Street end
With sound
Saturday, July 7
Rugby: Super Rugby Chiefs v Brumbies
Time: 1:15PM
Now Channel 679 / Rugbypass
Main Bar Large screen only, Wyndham Street end
With sound
Rugby: Super Rugby Hurricanes v Blues
Time: 3:35PM
Now Channel 679 / Rugbypass
Main Bar Large screen only, Wyndham Street end
With sound
Rugby: Super Rugby Waratahs v Sunwolves
Time: 5:45PM
Now Channel 679 / Rugbypass
Main Bar Large screen only, Wyndham Street end
With sound
Tennis: The Wimbledon Championships 2018
Time: 6:30PM
Now Channel 670
Main Bar Small screen only, Wyndham Street end
No sound
Football: World Cup 2018 Sweden v England
Time: 10:00PM
Now Channel 618
Main Bar Large screen only, Wyndham Street and Ice House Street end
With sound
Sunday, July 8
Formula 1: 2018 British Grand Prix : Main Race
Time: 8:00PM
Now Channel 670
Main Bar Large screen only, Wyndham Street end
With sound
Cricket: England v India It20 Series 2018
Time: 9:00PM
Now Channel 674
Main Bar Small screen only, Wyndham Street end
No sound
Monday, July 9
Tennis: The Wimbledon Championships 2018
Time: 6:30PM
Now Channel 670
Main Bar Small screen only, Wyndham Street end
No sound
Tuesday, July 10
Tennis: The Wimbledon Championships 2018 -Ladies’ Singles Quarterfinals
Time: 8:30PM
Now Channel 671
Main Bar Small screen only, Wyndham Street end
No sound

 



Human Rights Press Awards

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The Human Rights Press Awards are run by the FCC, Amnesty International Hong Kong, and the Hong Kong Journalists Association. The 24th annual awards will be held on May 6, 2020, in a ceremony at the FCC. See last year’s winners.