Shell Shocked. Startling new evidence in the depleted uranium debate, as Matthew Chapman reports on soaring cancer rates in the Caribbean. Could it be linked to the British Army's target practice? Repeated Saturday 8.30 pm
with Jonathan Overend
Football FA Premiership match between Newcastle and Southampton. Plus news from the Nationwide Division
One game between Fulham and Sheffield United.
Rugby Union Scotland take on France in the Six Nations Championships.
Football Featuring full commentary from the Scottish Premier League in which Hearts take on leaders Celtic.
Plus Cricket from Jamaica featuring
England A and snooker from Wembley.
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