Brian Alexander and Rachel Burden present the latest news, with reporters and correspondents at home and abroad. Plus sport, travel, weather and a flick through the Sunday papers.
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Investigative reports, showbiz gossip and current affairs, Including after 11.00 the 5 Live Report. Bankrupt Britain. Joanne Griffith reports on the dramatic rise in the number of personal bankruptcies, 60 per cent of which involve people under 30.
She talks to previously wealthy people who have had to reinvent themselves financially in the wake of costly divorces, bad investments and redundancies.
Eleanor Oldroyd and Graeme Le Saux with coverage of all today's matches in the third round of the FA
Cup, including full commentary on Burton Albion v Manchester United at 4.00 and Leicester v Spurs at
6.30. Plus updates from rugby union's Premiership.
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