Investigative reports, politics, current affairs and showbiz gossip. Including The Secret to a Long Life: Paul Vickers asks why people on the new year's honours list are likely to live longer than their peers.
Commentary on Hibernian v Hearts in the Scottish Premier League from 2.00, plus updates from
Celtic v Livingston. Also, news from the first day of cricket's Third Test between South Africa and England in Cape Town, with Jonathan Agnew and Geoffrey Boycott. Plus news of the day's rugby union matches and the latest on Colin McRae 's progress in the Dakar Rally. Presented by Mark Saggers.
The Secret to a Long Life. Why do people who serve the community, like many on the new year's honours list, live longer? Lifestyle and genes are important to long life, but is there something else? Paul Vickers investigates. Producer Esther McWatters Repeated from Julian Worricker at 10am
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