with John Dunn The pick of the day's sporting action in Moscow plus the best of Radio 2 music. Athletics-Will STEVE OVETT and SEBASTIAN COE be battling it out for the 800m gold medal?
Also the finals of the women's high jump and 100 metres. Commentator ALAN PARRY. Summaries from PETER MATTHEWS.
Swimming - Four finals. Commentary by PETER JONES. Expert analysis from former Olympic champion ANITA LONSBROUGH.
Cycling-The sprint finals. JOHN BURNS reports.
Plus ROWing-TONY ADAMSON with news of the concluding finals;, Boxing-LIAM NOLAN and HENRY cooper assess the bouts so far.
At home. Cricket - from The Oval on the Fourth Test between ENGLAND and the WEST INDIES; the day's Schweppes County Championship games.
Racing - commentary by PETER BROMLEY on the feature event at Ascot, the Â£143,000 King George vi and Queen Elizabeth Stakes dim) at 3.20. And at 2.35, the f5,000 Princess Margaret Stakes (6f). Classified check at 5.45.
Producers in Moscow BRYAN TREMBLE, IAIN THOMAS Producers in London JOHN TAYLOR , LAWRIE MONK
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