Coverage of the 28th Olympics, with Shelagh Fogarty and Victoria Derbyshire in London and Nicky Campbell in Athens. Including at 6.30am canoeing (flatwater heats) and from 7.00 athletics (early stages of the men's decathlon). Plus news and debate, including the chance for listeners to phone in to discuss issues of the day. Call [number removed]. EMAIL: email@example.com
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News, the day's sport, topical discussions and a look at the current television, with guest interviews at 2.00 and 2.30.
Plus Olympics news from the cycling velodrome and the sailing regatta. EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org. Local radio graduates: page 23
Olympic coverage continues, including from
4.30 athletics (with the final of the women's
800m -featuring Kelly Holmes - and the men's
400m hurdles-featuringChris Rawlinson) and at
6.00 hockey (Great Britain v Pakistan in their final pool match). Plus a round-up of the day's sports stories and Agnew's Close of Play on the final day of cricket's Fourth Test. Presented by Jane Garvey and John Inverdale in Athens.
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