Rob Bonnet with the first in a series which aims to highlight the pressing issues behind the sports headlines. This week the brave new world of rugby, Plus at 7.50 The Business of Sport
And at 8.35 Sport For and By People with Disabilties
Pat Murphy chairs the first in a series of hard-hitting shows where a live audience can put questions to a panel of top sporting names. This week's programme comes from Edgbaston Cricket
Ground, with special guest Warwickshire captain Dermot Reeve.
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