Sitting in for Julian Worricker with politics, current affairs and showbiz gossip.
Plus Wimbledon's Millions, in which
Rajesh Mirchandani exposes the various channels by which the Wimbledon tennis event generates L25 million in revenue over a two-week period.
Clare Balding hosts coverage of the tennis championships at Wimbledon, featuring build-up to and live commentary on the men's singles final. Commentators include Jonathan Overend , and lain Carter, with analysis from former men's champion Michael Stich and former doubles champion Frew McMillan. Plus news from the French Grand Prix and reports from England v New Zealand in the triangular one-day cricket series. And from 6.00 full match commentary on the final of Euro 2004, live from
Lisbon with MarkPougatch, including the build-up to the game. With commentary from Mike Ingham and Alan Green.
Jenson Button answers one final question: p 138
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