Investigative reports, politics, showbiz gossip and current affairs. Including at 11.00 the 5 Live Report. School of Hope. A report on an inner-city New Orleans school devoted to 60 African-American boys who come from the city's most destitute areas. Run by a Catholic mission, Bishop Perry Middle School seeks to break the cycle of violence, drugs and poverty that the boys are all too familiar with. But Hurricane Katrina has left the school damaged and the students displaced with possibly no hope for the school's future. Bill Law reports. Producer of 5 Live Report Esther McWatters
Eleanor Oldroyd , Graeme Le Saux and guests look back at yesterday's World Cup qualifiers involving all the home nations, including discussion of England's match against Austria and reaction to Scotland v Belarus, Northern Ireland v Wales and Republic of Ireland v Cyprus. Also, rugby union action from the Powergen Cup and news from this morning's Japanese Grand Prix.
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