Clare Balding and Simon Mayo present coverage of the tennis championships, live from the All England Club, with interviews, behind-the-scene news, gossip and commentary from Jonathan Overend , lain
Carter, Richard Evans , Tony Adamson , Chris Bowers , Nick Mullins and Russell Fuller. Plus summaries from Annabel Croft , Sam Smith , Mark Petchey , Frew McMillan , Christine Janes , Danny Sapsford , Jason Goodall ,
Roger Rasheed , Wendy Turnbull and Debbie Jevans , and reports from David Law , Eleanor Preston , Vassos Alexander , Mike Sewell and lain Turner.
Mark Saggers presents news, interviews and reaction as Wimbledon enters its second week.
8.00-9.30 Any Sporting Questions?
Nick Mullins hosts from Wodson Park Leisure Centre in Ware as another audience debates topical sporting issues with a panel that includes Lee Dixon.
9.30-10.00 My Sporting Journey
Footballer Robbie Earle recalls his path to fame.
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