Topical investigations, politics, showbiz gossip and current affairs. Including this week's 5 Live Report - Private Lives? - in which Ruth McDonald reports on a landmark European court ruling that could pave the way for a Europe-wide clampdown on the paparazzi's violations of celebrities' privacy.
A big day for two of the teams towards the bottom of the Premiership, with a midday kick-off for Aston Villa and West Bromwich Albion. And at 3.00pm Everton v Crystal Palace, followed by Tottenham v
Newcastle at 4.05. Plus the second semi-final in the Scottish Cup - Hearts v Celtic - and plenty of other action in rugby union's Premiership and the Super League. Also, the latest news ahead of the final of the women's World Cup in South Africa. Presented by Mark Saggers.
Commentary from the final round in Augusta. With lain Carter, Andrew Cotter , Alistair Bruce-Ball , and former tour professional Jay Townsend.
See BBC2 at 7.30pm for television coverage of the US Masters golf
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