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: The Day That Changed the World

Radio 5 Live marks the first anniversary of the terrorist attacks on America with a 24-hour sequence of programming, broadcast from key locations around the world. Eyewitness accounts: page 28
6.00 Breakfast
Victoria Derbyshire reports from a Manhattan diner, reflecting the feelings of New Yorkers in the wake of 11 September, while Julian Worricker looks at the impact of the war against terrorism, live from Kabul, Aghanistan. Plus Allan Robb presenting news from the UK.
9.00 Mid-morning
Nicky Campbell chairs a joint debate with the BBC's Asian Network, exploring the position of British Muslims since 11 September. Call free on [number removed] to have a say.
1.00 PM Afternoon
Simon Mayo reports live from the former site of the World Trade Center as New Yorkers mark the first anniversary of the attacks.
4.00 Drive
Peter Allen reports from Washington DC while Jane Garvey has updates on events in the UK.
Ian Payne and Aasmah Mir present one of the evening's main key matches, plus reports from all other games, including Manchester United v Bolton Wanderers, Liverpool v
Birmingham City and Blackburn v Chelsea.
10.00 Late-night
Fi Glover and experts discuss the international consequences of 11 September in a special co-production with BBC World Service. Call [number removed] to have a say.
1.00-5.00 AM Overnight
Rhod Sharp is in Ames, Iowa, to discover how a small town in Midwest America feels about
11 September in a public debate, held in conjunction with a local public-radio station.


Unknown: Julian Worricker
Unknown: Allan Robb
Unknown: Nicky Campbell
Unknown: Simon Mayo
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Unknown: Jane Garvey
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: Premiership Football

Featuring live commentary on one of the evening's top matches in the Premiership.

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