The programme that keeps a check on the day's news and catches up with the sporting events and talking points of the moment. Ian Payne talks to guests from around the UK and introduces entertainment, finance and travel news.
With Jonathan Agnew.
7.02 News Extra David
McNeil with a full roundup of the day's news and sport.
7.30 Agnew's World of Cricket Jonathan Agnew and guests talk cricket as the county championship draws to a close. To join in the discussion, call free on [number removed]93. 9.00 Rugby Heroes A look back at some of the players who made their names in World Cup tournaments.
This week, Scott Hastings talks to Rob Andrew of England.
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