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Investigative reports, politics, showbiz gossip and current affairs. Including the 5 Live Report.
The All-lnclusives. Are all-inclusive deals a welcome development of the package holiday or a blight on modern tourism? Barbara Collins charts the rise of the luxury deals, now common at many Caribbean and Mediterranean resorts. And she'll be assessing their impact on the local economy.
Another busy afternoon of sport, including cricket live from Lord's for day four of the first Ashes Test between England and Australia, plus regular updates from the county championship and the national league. There's full commentary from the German Grand Prix, the Tour de France reaches its conclusion in Paris, it's the opening day of the World Swimming championships in Montreal and there's action from rugby league's Super League and the latest round of the MotoGP. Presented by Arlo White.
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