Anna Grayson looks into careers, education and training for the over-25s. This week: Improving the know-how of care workers in Cheshire; tips from careers adviser Margaret Korving on social service jobs; and a newly-qualified driving instructor checks over Anna's driving skills.
live from Sandwich with Tony Adamson.
Commentary on the final day's play at Royal St George's, with expert analysis by Tommy Horton and Andrew Murray.
Plus cricket: Durham v
Australia and the AXA
Equity and Law League, and motor cycling: reports from the San Marino Grand Prix.
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