Simon Hill presents full commentary from Ewood
Park where Blackburn Rovers meet Sheffield Wednesday in the Premiership. Plus the regular check on the football scene across the rest of Europe and a look ahead to the live football action later this week on 5 Live.
Forty years on from the launch of Sputnik 1 into orbit, Jez Nelson takes a look at the satellites circling the globe and the competition among the big players,
Motorola, Globalstar and Bill Gates , as they launch hundreds of satellites to reach the remotest corners of the Earth.
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