Investigative reports, politics, current affairs and showbiz gossip.
Saving the Child Soldiers. Dermot O'Leary reports from Sierra Leone, where measures are now being taken to rehabilitate the brutalised and traumatised children who fought violently in the civil war that ended in 2002.
A busy afternoon of sport, with commentary on two Premier League matches - Southampton v Birmingham City at 2.00pm and Manchester
United v Arsenal at 4.05. Also, news and updates from Livingston v Celtic in the Scottish Premier League. Plus reports from Wasps v Biarritz and Glasgow v Northampton in rugby union's Heineken Cup. And at 6.00 Formula One commentary on the Brazilian Grand Prix. Presented by Mark Saggers.
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