Investigative reports, politics, showbiz gossip and current affairs. Including the 5 Live Report.
Out of Africa, into the NHS. Lucy Ash reports on the alarming number of African doctors and nurses registered to work in Britain despite dangerous levels of understaffing in their native countries.
Coverage of the men's singles final at Wimbledon, hosted by Clare Balding and Russell Fuller with match commentary from Jonathan Overend and lain Carter, and further expert punditry from former champions Pat Cash and Michael Stich. Plus detailed analysis of the tournament and reflections on the highs and lows. Also, Lions rugby news, rugby league updates and Maurice Hamilton with live reports on the French Grand Prix.
Out of Africa, into the NHS. Lucy Ash reports on the alarming number of African doctors and nurses registered to work in Britain despite dangerous levels of understaffing in their native countries. Producer Esther McWatters
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