Topical investigations, politics, showbiz gossip and current affairs. Including this week's 5 Live Report - Britain's New Workers - in which Andrew Fletcher assesses the work situations of immigrants who have moved to the UK for a better life.
Mark Saggers presents an afternoon of top live sport, starting with commentary from the Middle East Grand Prix in Bahrain. Premiership action includes Fulham v Portsmouth and full commentary on West Bromwich Albion v Everton at 4.05. And in the SPL, Rangers travel to Motherwell. Plus the latest news from rugby union's European Cup - in which Biarritz play Munster for a place in the semi-finals - and tennis news from Miami.
Clive Anderson presents a portrait of Prince Charles, including interviews with friends and colleagues. Contributors include his godmother the Countess Mountbatten of Burma, the Honourable Nicholas Soames MP, the Bishop of Winchester and his one-time teacher Sir Eric Anderson. Producer Lucy Greenwell
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