Mark Saggers and Alex Derbyshire present the day's sports news, including the latest from Stage Three of the Tour de France and from the game between England and South Africa in the NatWest series at Edgbaston.
8.00-9.30 Any Sporting Questions?
John Inverdale hosts from Penydarren Park - home of MerthyrTydfil Football Club - as another live audience debates topical sporting issues with a panel of celebrities that includes long-jump medalist Lynn Davies and Mark Aizlewood, technical director of the Welsh Football Association.
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