with Eleanor Oldroyd. World Cup Rugby The second semi-final from Cape Town kicks off at 2.00.
Golf The final day of the US Open.
Tennis The final day of the Stella Artois tournament and the DFS Classic at
7.20 The day's sport in full.
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The Theory Query
Vanessa Collingridge and Nick Romero look for science theories to your queries.... this week - Space. PHONE: [number removed]
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How Radio Won the War
The Second World War saw the medium of radio come of age.
1: The Gathering Storm. A Concept Creative production
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Juliette Foster presents a news magazine programme looking at the lives of black Britons.
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