Arlo White presents a midday clash of two big rivals - Liverpool v Manchester United - followed by Blackburn v Newcastle United at 2.00pm.
Also, coverage of all the other Premiership and Championship games, plus updates from golf's World Matchplay at Wentworth, cricket's county championship and national league, and the day's rugby union and Super League matches.
Adrian Chiles hosts a football phone-in. To have a say on Liverpool v Manchester United and the rest of the day's football, call free on [number removed]93 or email via bbC.CO.Uk/606. TEXT: [number removed] (standard rate)
5/5. Series in which top personalities from the worlds of sport, politics and culture share personal memories of a particular year in sport, news and the arts. Sprinter Linford Christie recalls 1993. when he became the first man to hold the Olympic, World. European and Commonwealth 100m titles.
Grooming. A disturbing special report by Julia Rooke on the grooming of white girls, some as young as 12, for sex and prostitution by British-Pakistani men in West and South Yorkshire.
Repeated from 11am Producer Lynne Jones
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