Eleanor Oldroyd presents the afternoon highlights from Headingley. Plus regular scores from the latest round of the County Championship, news of the Grand Prix athletics meeting at Crystal Palace, golf from the Dutch Open, and reports on the first practice for the German
Grand Prix at Hockenheim.
Call Tim Smith to take part in the rock and pop trivia quiz. Including a new round for the under 18s called
The Upside Countdown - all you have to do is indentify bits of music. Sounds simple, until you hear them played the Popcall way. Phone [number removed]93. (Local telephone rates apply)
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