As the gay and lesbian community prepares to celebrate Gay Pride, reporter David Cook looks at the aftermath of the April nail bomb in Soho. He also talks to the family and friends of murdered
American student Matthew Shepard
, who are backing the campaign by gay activists for the introduction of hate crime legislation in the US. Repeated Saturday 8.30pm
With Eleanor Oldroyd. Motor Racing Full commentary on the French Grand Prix from MagnyCours. Cricket Coverage of the Super Cup quarter-final between Gloucestershire and Surrey.
Athletics The British Grand
Prix meeting at Gateshead. Racing Commentary on the Irish Derby at the Curragh.
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