A report on one of Britain's hidden drug problems - hundreds of elderly care-home residents who are kept under a drug regime which effectively turns them into zombies. The programme hears from campaigners who want offending homes to admit to the amount of drugs they are administering.
Repeated Saturday 8.30pm
With John Inverdale.
Tennis Full commentary on the men's singles final, with Richard Evans , lain
Carter and Tony Adamson , plus Christine Janes and Frew McMillan.
Cricket Updates from
Edgbaston on the fourth day's play in the First Test. Cycling News from the Tour de France.
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