Investigative reports, showbiz gossip and current affairs. Including after 11.00 the 5 Live Report.
Class War. Linda Pressly assesses the success of the Government's costly and well-intentioned efforts to halt and reverse the slide in the proportion of disadvantaged students going to university.
With Eleanor Oldroyd , live from Trent Bridge on the third day of the Third Test between England and Sri Lanka. Plus regular updates on the county championship matches. Jonathan Overend and Pat Cash present live commentary on the middle
Sunday of the French Open tennis tournament in Paris, and lain Carter reports on the Wales Open golf from Celtic Manor. Plus motorsport news and the latest World Cup warm-up matches, including South Korea v Ghana.
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