Live coverage of today's Premiership games, including at 12.15pm Liverpool v Manchester United at Anfield, and at 2.00 Newcastle v Everton. Plus news from Hearts v Rangers from 1.15. Also, news from the third day's play in the Third Test between Australia and England in Perth. Presenter Mark Saggers. Plus two matches in rugby union's Zurich
Premiership and the final rubbers in tennis's Davis Cup final between France and Russia.
Cracking Gangland. DJ Spooney reports from Chicago, murder capital of the US, where although gang-related violence is a daily occurrence, the police and the community are workingtogetherto reduce crime. He considers what lessons can be learnt for the UK.
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