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It's People's Saturday at the All England Club. John Inverdale hosts the coverage. Commentary from Richard Evans , Tony Adamson and Marcus
Buckland, and expert analysis from Frew McMillan ,
Peter McNamara , Christine Janes and Barbara Potter , with reporters Miles Harrison , Norman Cuddeford ,
Chris Bowers and Joyce Hume. * Face Behind the Voice: page 13
* Are We Being Served?: page 21
Cricket News of the Indian tourists and the County Championship.
Cycling The prologue to the Tour de France.
Motor Sport The Dutch motorcycling Grand Prix, and qualifying for the French Formula One Grand Prix.
Rugby League London
Broncos v Bradford Bulls.
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