Mark Pougatch presents coverage of the 18th
Commonwealth Games, live from Melbourne, where some 5,000 athletes from 71 countries convene for world-class competitions. Today's action includes the swimming and cycling finals. Plus the medal stages of the rugby sevens and women's team gymnastics, and a round-up of the day's events.
John Inverdale introduces the fourth day of the prestigious National Hunt meeting, featuring the Gold Cup at 3.15pm. With Cornelius Lysaght. Luke Harvey , Peter Scudamore and Kevin Day , and commentators John Hunt and Ian Bartlett.
Russell Fuller and guests look ahead to the weekend's Premier League games in Weekend Preview.
And at 8.45 Six Nations Rugby, featuring big-name guests and the latest news and views.
And from 9.30 5 Live Formula One, with David Croft and Maurice Hamilton reporting from Malaysia.
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