with Simon Parkin.
On leap day the leap frog hops in with an update on how his celebrity friends have been fundraising for a fairer world. And
Ross King rounds up the Olli Posse with sports news and Olli Club competitions. Tel: [number removed]
(Local telephone rates apply)
with John Inverdale.
Football: Barclays League. Latest scores and second-half commentary. Racing from Haydock:
2.00 £12,000 Timeform Steeple Chase (2m 40
2.30 £40,000 Greenalls Gold Cup Chase (3m 40
3.00 £10,000 Victor Ludorum Hurdle (2m) With Peter Bromley.
Cricket: Jonathan Agnew previews England's World Cup match against Pakistan. Rugby Union: round-up of the day's action from the leagues in England, Wales and Scotland.
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