with Ian Payne
Ian Payne and Louise Minchin look back at the day's sports stories. Plus news, travel and at 7.50 a European roundup of the latest football news from the continent. Including News Extra Online, a weeknight service, live from 7pm on www.bbc.co.uk/fivelive and then available on demand until 10 pm.
7.30 The Premiership Uncovered
Jonathan Overend 's weekly look behind the scenes at Ipswich Town.
8.00 Any Sporting Questions? Clare Balding is in Brighton for the Labour Party conference. This week's panel includes athlete Iwan Thomas , Brighton and Hove Albion chief executive Martin Perry and Peter Salmon , the BBC's director of sport.
9.30 Inverdale's Ireland John Inverdale makes his first visit to Dublin's 80,000 capacity Croke Park to watch the All-Ireland final -
Gaelic football's equivalent of the FA Cup.
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