From Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia-Herzegovina. Including after 11.00 the 5 Live Report.
The Death Detectives. Andrew Fletcher reports on technological advances in DNA testing, the result of specialist attempts to identify the victims of ethnic cleansing in the Balkans conflict. Scientists have helped the families of nearly 9,000 casualities, and their research has also been of use in the wake of the Asian tsunami and Hurricane Katrina.
Eleanor Oldroyd and Graeme Le Saux present commentary on Chelsea v Charlton Athletic at
1.30pm, followed by Manchester United v Liverpool at 4.00. Plus updates from rugby union's European Cup and Masters snooker from Wembley, and news from the Australian Open in Melbourne. Masters Snooker Final is on BBC2 at 8pm
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