Presented by Eleanor Oldrovd.
Commentary on the South African Grand Prix, only the second since the boycott - and in the first Formula One season of recent years without Nigel Mansell. British drivers to look out for include
Damon Hill , son of Graham, Martin Brundle and Mark Blundell.
Plus the top-of-the-table clash between Manchester United and Aston Villa, followed by the Coca-Cola Cup semi-final second leg between Sheffield
Wednesday and Blackburn Rovers. There's also news from the second day of the Test Match between Sri Lanka and England, and reports from the top rugby league match of the day.
7.20 Maths Miscellany: 7.40 Art Works: 8.00 Arts Foundation
Course: 8.20 Managing Schools: Challenge and Response: 8.40 Mathematics: A Foundation Course; 9.00 Open Forum:
Student News and Views: 9.20 Arts: Literature in the Modern
World; 9.40 Issues in Women's Studies
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