John Leslie reports on the World Student Games - will there be a future Linford Christie
or Sally Gunnell ?
Also gardening with Richard Jackson , and Gladiator Jet on kids in competition.
8.45 Wiggly Park
9.15 Kids for Kids Radio
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from Silverstone with Jonathan Legard . British fans will be hoping for another home win following Nigel Mansell 's victory last year and the amazing scenes that followed.
Cricket: news of the latest round of the matches in the AXA Equity and Law league. Plus showjumping from
Hickstead and coverage of the Tour de France.
7.20 The New Curiosity Shop: Squeaks and Squeals 7.40 Art Works 6.00 George Eliot : The
Search for Secular Answers 8.20 Talking About the Enlightenment
8.40 Maths: Matrices and Transformations 9.00 Open
Forum 9.20 Literature - Englands of the Mind 9.40 Developing World
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