Throughout the week Nicky Campbell reports from Germany with the latest World Cup developments. Shelagh Fogarty is in London with the top news and sports stories, big-name interviews, finance, racing, travel and a look at the morning papers.
News and debate, including the chance for listeners to phone in to discuss the day's news stories. Plus sport and interviews with top guests. Call free on [number removed]. EMAIL: email@example.com Text: [number removed] (standard rate)
Simon Mayo reports from German throughout the week, beginning in Kaiserslautern with Australia's opening match against Japan. The game kicks off at
2.00pm, with commentary by Ali Bruce-Ball , David Oates and Celtic striker Dion Dublin.
Live coverage from Germany, including at 5.00 USA v Czech Republic in Gelsenkirchen, with commentary by Ian Brown , Darren Fletcher and former England captain Jimmy Armfield. Mark Saggers reports from the World Cup Stadium in Hanover for Italy's opening match against Ghana, with commentary by John Murray and Ian Dennis , with Chris Waddle. Kick-off 8.00.
Lively and provocative discussion regarding the day's key stories. Plus a first look at tomorrow's headlines and at 10.45 and 11.45 the latest money news. EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org Text: [number removed] (standard rate)
With Rhod Sharp. Including at 1.45 World Weather with Philip Eden , at 2.00 Pods and Blogs with Chris Vallance and Kevin Anderson , at 3.00 Canada with Steve Lus , at 3.30
Archaeology with Win Scutt and at 4.45 Australia News.
About this project
This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed
in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC
programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.
We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC
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