Live from Hyde Park in London, and from
Edinburgh, as the countdown begins to the Live 8 events and the anti-poverty protest ahead of the G8 summit. In Hyde Park , Brian Alexander talks to the people who put the idea together and to the stars who hope their performances will change the world. Plus news, sport, travel and weather.
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Brian Alexander talks to more of the big-name bands and artists waiting to perform in Hyde Park. With updates from the other Live 8 events today in Paris, Rome, Berlin and Philadelphia, and the views of critics of Live 8, who befieve the concerts could do more harm than good to the cause they espouse. Plus news, sport, travel and weather. We have live off!: page 18
Clare Balding presents the ladies' singles final in a special Wimbledon edition featuring commentary from Jonathan Overend and further expert punditry from Michael Stich , Annabel Croft and Christine Janes. Plus the latest news on the Live 8 concerts with Phil Williams , including big-name interviews from the main event at Hyde Park, and updates on cricket's NatWest Series final at Lord's.
Presented by Richard Evans and Aasmah Mir, with Phil Williams in Hyde Park as the Live 8 concert draws to a close. Featuring interviews with the star performers and news from the protest and rally in Edinburgh, and from the other Live 8 concerts. Plus news, sport, travel and weather updates.
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