Investigative reports, politics, showbiz gossip and current affairs. Including the 5 Live Report.
War of the Words With discounted books - such as the recent near-half-price Harry Potter - selling like wildfire in supermarkets. Andrew Fletcher assesses the state of the British book industry.
A busy afternoon of live sport, featuring full coverage of the Turkish Grand Prix. There's also second-half Premiership commentary on Bolton v Everton, followed by full commentary on Chelsea v Arsenal. Plus updates from the latest round of matches from rugby league's Super League, today's one-day cricket and round nine of the British Superbikes at Silverstone. Presented by Eleanor Oldroyd.
New series 1/5. Manchester United star and Welsh football captain Ryan Giggs is the first of five personalities from the worlds of sport, politics and the arts to share personal memories of a particular year. Giggs recalls 1999, especially the European Champions League final. Producer Danny O'Connor
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