Throughout the week Nicky Campbell reports from Germany with the latest World Cup developments. And 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.
Victoria Derbyshire continues a special series of shows live from Germany, where she follows the England team and their fans for as long as England are involved in the World Cup tournament.
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Simon Mayo reports from Cologne on the eve of England's final Group game against Sweden. And at 2.00pm live commentary on Togo v
Switzerland in Dortmund, with input by Ian Brown , Ali Bruce-Ball and Wigan manager Paul Jewell.
Live coverage from Germany, including at 5.00 the Group H game between Saudi Arabia and Ukraine in Hamburg, with input from John Murray , Ian Dennis and former Scottish international
Kevin Gallacher. Mark Saggers reports from Cologne on the eve of the England game, and at 8.00 Spain play Tunisia in Stuttgart, with commentary by Conor McNamara , Darren Fletcher and Manchester City defender Danny Mills.
Guest host Mick Lowes presents the Five Live football phone-in live from Newcastle, with a look ahead to England v Sweden. To have a say call free on [number removed] or email via www.bbc.co.uk/606.
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Rhod Sharp with the latest international news. Including at
1.45 World Weather with Philip Eden , at 2.00 Pods and Bloqs 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.
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