Brian Hayes starts with the daily topical discussion and phone-in. Call free on [number removed]. Plus Euronews,
Quentin Cooper with a critical look at the latest video releases, and an update of health issues.
John Inverdale and Tony Adamson head the team at
Royal Troon to bring comprehensive coverage of the 126th Open Golf championship. The
American Tom Lehman is defending the title he won last year at Lytham, and much attention will be focused on the US Masters champion Tiger Woods. Commentary by George Bayley , Alan Green , Julian Tutt and Peter Drury. Plus regular news, sport and travel bulletins throughout the afternoon with a full roundup in News Extra at around 7.00
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