7.02 News Extra Louise Minchin with a roundup of the day's news and sport.
7.30 Stockho!m Athletics Jane Hoffen introduces action from the Grand Prix meeting in Stockholm, with commentary by John Rawing and MikeWhittingham.
9.30 The Fix in the last 15 years, the fitness industry has boomed across
Britain. For a minority of people, exercise is an addiction, a compu)sion that has taken over and ruined their lives.
Liza Kiiman discovers more from addicts and experts about exercise addiction.
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