Live commentary from Royal St George's,
Sandwich, on the second round of the 122nd Open Golf Championship.
American Bill Rogers took the title here in 1981. Tony Watson and Mark Calcavecchia are the only Americans to have won the Open since. Will it be the turn of the USA again? Introduced by Tony Adamson.
Last of five end-of-term stories.
Sam's Duck by Michael Morpurgo. Young Sam finds the countryside is very different from London and befriends a helpless duck - but what can you do with a duck in a council flat?
Read by Treva Etienne.
Live from the Alexander
Stadium in Birmingham.
Featuring commentary from the first day of the meeting with all winners guaranteed a place in the British team for the world championships in Stuttgart. Commentary by Bob Phillips and John Rawlings.
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