Investigative reports, showbiz gossip and current affairs, Including after 11.00 the Five Live Report. Islam's Battle with Drugs. Rochdale is host to one of Britain's largest Pakistani populations. Last year a group of local residents launched a campaign to tackle the growing problems of drug-taking and dealing within the Moslem community, taking their protests to local Mosque leaders in an attempt to persuade them to act more decisively against the young men involved. Julia Rooke reports.
Introduced by Mark Saggers in Heidelberg and Mark Pougatch in Munich, with reflection on the big talking points of the weekend so far. Followed by Japan v Croatia kicking off in Nuremberg at 2.00, with commentary by David Oates , Mike Sewell and Manchester City defender Danny Mills.
And at 5.00 Brazil v Australia in Munich, with commentary by Alan Green , Ian Brown and former England manager Graham Taylor.
Steve Bunce reports from Herford military base in Germany for a special World Cup football phone-in. He is joined by British Forces radio host Dusty Miller. To have a say call free on [number removed] or email via www.bbc.co.uk/606. TEXT: [number removed] (standard rate)
Jonathan Legard reports from the England base camp in Baden-Baden with the team news.
And at 8.001998 World Cup winners France v surprise 2002 semi-finalists South Korea, with commentary by John Murray and Nigel Adderley.
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