with Ian Payne
Ian Payne and Louise Minchin with all the latest sports news.
7.35 Any Sporting Questions?
Clare Balding hosts as a celebrity panel faces a live audience at the Norcross Social club in Thornton Cleveleys on the outskirts of Blackpool.
9.00 Yes, Yes, Yes!: 4: Twelve Yards from the Premiership
John Rawling recalls some of sport's greatest finishes.
The high drama of the Division One play-off final at Wembley between Charlton Athletic and Sunderland in 1998. With contributions from Alan Curbishley, Mark Kinsella, Peter Reid, Steve Rider and others.
9.30 The Score
Wendy Douglas and Brendan Coogan present the youth culture programme.
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