with Steve Johnson. Join in with Steve's mega-games and quizzes, including his fast moving Formula One game. Motor-mad Steve also begins preparations for the Euro Auto
Challenge - a race round the 12 EC capital cities with co-driver
Andy Crane , and invites you to participate by planning their route.
The first 500 entries receive a mini-atlas of the world, and the overall winner a hair-raising day out with Steve at a major racing track. Plus
Johnson's Juke Box gives you a chance to choose your favourite music for National Music Day.
with Ross King on The Olympic Countdown.
Ross continues his date with news on Barcelona, and Mark Curry reports live from Wimbledon. Mark also takes up his racquet at a top London tennis club and challenges Olli Club winner Richard to a match. Plus the Radio 5 Young Cricket
Commentator of the Year competition.
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with John Inverdale. The last 16 players in both the men's and women's singles should be settled by tonight. Commentary from the All England Club. Athletics: The Panasonic
Olympic Trials. At stake today is a ticket to
Barcelona for Britain's hopefuls in Birmingham. Cricket: Regular scoreboards from the county games and from
Southampton where Hants are playing Pakistan. 0 SPORT: page 12
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