with Jonathan Overend
Jonathan Overend and Susan Bookbinder look at the day's main sports stories. Plus the latest news from golf's English Open, the French Open tennis championships and a rundown of the day's racing from Epsom.
8.30 Jamie Theakston 's Cricket Show
Featuringguests from the one-day international series between England,
Pakistan and Australia, a player of the day from the County championship, plus listener comment and opinion.
9.30 Get Me the Director General
Ian Robertson presents a tribute to the BBC racing correspondent Peter Bromley , who retires tomorrow after 42 years.
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