Politics and current affairs, including Amardeep Bassey 's report on "juggling"- the name for the lifestyle of 20- and 30-something British Asians who dabble in crime while apparently leading an otherwise respectable life.
Commentary on the Premiership match between Tottenham and Norwich at White Hart Lane , kicking off at 4.05. Plus updates from Ipswichv Millwall in the Championship. Also, commentary on the Italian Grand Prix at Monza, a preview of tonight's men's singles final in the US Open tennis, cricket from the Champions Trophy and the county championship, athletics from the Golden League meeting in Berlin, and reports from the day's matches in both codes of rugby. Presented by Mark Saggers.
To mark the 40th anniversary of Britain's influential - and to many, notorious - newspaper, Andrew Neil looks at the highs and lows of The Sun's chequered history. With input from Clare Short, David Mellor , Max Clifford and Roy Greenslade.
Juggling. Amardeep Bassey reports on "juggling" - a lifestyle practice in which 20- and 30-something British Asians dabble in criminal activities while apparently leading an otherwise respectable life.
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