A special edition in which Julian broadcasts from Galle in southern Sri Lanka, where he assesses the impact of the huge amount of aid donated in the wake of last December's Tsunami disaster. Including the 5 Live Report. Phantom Aid. How much of Britain's aid budget is actually going to help people where it really counts? Matthew Chapman travels to Malawi to find out what's happening on the ground.
A busy afternoon of sport, featuring the fourth day of cricket's Fourth Test at Trent Bridge. Also, full commentary on Middlesbrough v Charlton, followed by Newcastle United v Manchester United. Plus updates from the Scottish Premier League, cricket's county championship and today's one-day games, and the first day of the world rowing championship in Gifu, Japan. Presented by Eleanor Oldroyd.
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