A round-up of the day's top sports stories, presented by Jonathan Pearce. And at 7.35
Agnew's Close of Play, in which Jonathan Agnew and guests assess the first one-day international between England and India from Trent Bridge. And from 8.30 a critical assessment of the National Lottery's capacity to inspire the nation to participate in sport over the last ten years.
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