Politics and current affairs, including a report on a law that allows police to impose curfews on under-16s. Local councillors, police and adults point to a reduction in crime, but young people are not so happy aboutthe situation.
A busy afternoon of sport, with football commentary from the Premiership, including Chelsea v Liverpool (kick-off at 4.05pm), Birmingham City v Newcastle United and Manchester United v Middlesbrough (both at
3.00). Plus news of Coventry v Ipswich in the Championship and four matches in the Scottish Premier League, including Dundee United v Celtic and Rangers v Kilmarnock. Also, coverage of racing's Prix de I'Arc de Triomphe from
Longchamp at 4.30, golf, rugby union and tennis. Presented by Mark Saggers.
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