Highlights from two series of the chat show featuring Ian Wright and Mark Bright. With
Robbie Fowler , David Beckham , Rio Ferdinand , Sven Goran Eriksson , Michael Owen , Paulo Di Canio, MarkViduka, Stephen Gerrard ,
Lee Dixon , Paul Gascoigne and Teddy Sheringham.
Mark Pougatch presents commentary from Manchester Cityv v Burnley at 12 noon. Plus news of all the goals in the Premiership, Scottish and Football Leagues.
And at 5.00pm Sports Report offers a comprehensive roundup of all the day's results, reports and interviews. Plus racing and rugby union.
Call Mark Bright free on [number removed] to have your say on the day's football action and to win a pair of tickets to see the Premiership team of your choice.
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Pets on Prozac. Matthew Chapman reports on evidence that British pets are being drugged in ever greater numbers because they "cannot cope with the pace of modern life." Repeated from Sunday 23 December 12 noon
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