Ian Payne and Aasmah Mir host a special programme about the recent resurgence of racism in football - a problem that many assumed had gone away since the bad times of the 1970s and 80s - including a roundtable debate and a phone-in. And at 8.00, DJ Spoony talks to Rio
Ferdinand, Emile Heskey , John Barnes and Andy Cole about the impact of racism in football on theirwork and private lives.
Featuring incisive and irreverent chat and an offbeat take on news, celebrities and politics. Including at 11.00 News Extra and at 11.15 The Financial World Tonight. Plus at 11.30 a phone-in debate. EMAIL: [address removed]
With Rhod Sharp. Including at 1.45 USA
Today with Bill Nicholson ; at 1.50 American
TV review with Cash Peters ; at 3.05 American sport with Todd Ant ; at 3.50 China Desk with Rupert Wingfield Hayes and News from Down Underwith Mike Peschardt.
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