Investigative reports, breaking news, politics, current affairs and entertainment. Plus a look at the Sunday papers. Including after 11.00 the Five Live Report. Born to Be Bad. Prime Minister Tony Blair has pledged tougher measures aimed at anti-social parents and their kids. Tazeen Ahmad investigates how the Government intends to carry out its plan.
Jonny Saunders presents an afternoon of sport. including at 1.00pm full commentary on the Hungarian Grand Prix, with David Croft , Maurice Hamilton and the team in Budapest. And at 4.00 full commentary on the Championship game between Derby County and Southampton, with expert comment from Steve Claridge. Plus updates on Hearts v Celtic in the Scottish Premier League, Test cricket updates from Headingley and the Women's British Open golf at Royal Lytham.
Coverage of the Women's British Open golf is in Grandstand from3pmonBBC2
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