Investigative reports, politics, showbiz gossip and current affairs. Worricker reports from Aydon
Castle in the marginal Conservative seat of Hexham, Northumberland, and looks at the issues on voters' minds ahead of Thursday's general election.
Plus a report on an increase in high-risk sporting activities that demand costly rescue operations.
Premiership action, with full commentary on Tottenham v Aston Villa - kicking of at 1.00pm - and Chariton v Manchester United at 4.05.
Plus the latest news from the Sunday League cricket, snooker's World Championship final at the Crucible in Sheffield, and Hull v Salford in rugby's Super
League. Presentedby Mark Saggers.
Rescue Me. Rebecca Sandles reports on an increase in high-risk, high-adrenalin sporting activites that has resulted in costly demands on the UK's rescue services, provided free of charge but mostly funded by public donation and staffed by unpaid volunteers.
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