Sitting in today for Julian Worricker. Including the 5 Live Report: Making Poverty History.
Andy Martin explores the role of charities in eliminating poverty, and asks if they would be more effective if they were more politically pro-active.
Sports action, including England v Bangladesh in cricket's NatWest Series at Headingley in Leeds. At
3.50 there's commentary on the Irish Derby from the Curragh, followed by the Challenge Cup quarter-final clash between St Helens and Wigan. Plus a review of the Lions' performance in yesterday's First Test against the All Blacks, and a look ahead to the second week of Wimbledon. With Arlo White.
Live from Glastonbury, Nemone Metaxas talks to some of the festival's biggest bands, meets "hardcore" fans who say that the festival has changed their lives, looks at how Glastonbury has become more family-friendly and talks to couples getting hitched at the festival. To take part in the debate on the state of the British music industry call free on [number removed]93. Re-create Glastonbury at home with Phill Jupitus : p36
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