Mark Curry helps Radio GOSH celebrate its tenth birthday at Great Ormond Street Hospital. The Flintstones are also enjoying their 50th birthday and you can join in the fun with Fred, Wilma, Barney, Betty and friends. Tel: [number removed]93
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with John Inverdale. Rugby World Cup: Scotland v Japan
The Scots open their campaign at Murrayfield. Commentators:
Bill McLaren and Andy Irvine. Football: Barclays League latest scores, reports and commentary. Racing from Newmarket:
3.00 £75,000 Cheveley Park Stud Sun Chariot
Stakes (lm 2f)
3.35 E50,000 William Hill Cambridgeshire (1m If). e SPORT: page 14
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