Investigative reports, politics, showbiz gossip and current affairs. Including at 11.00 the 5 Live Report, Plane Noisy, which reveals that the Government's regulations on night flights are based on flawed calculations and that they are playing down the actual noise these flights make.
Eleanor Oldroyd and Graeme Le Saux present live sport, including commentary on the North East derby between Middlesbrough and Sunderland from the Riverside. Also, extensive reports from the Davis Cup tennis in Geneva, where Great Britain are in a tie against Switzerland in a bid to reach the World Group, news of all the scores in rugby union's Premiership, the last round of cricket's National League, racing from Newmarket and, from
6.00, commentary on the Brazilian Grand Prix.
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