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Eleanor Oldroyd presents Chelsea v Liverpool in the FA Community Shield, live from Cardiff at 3.00pm. Plus commentary on the Championship match between Crystal Palace and Leeds at 12 noon.
Also, comprehensive coverage of the final day of the European Championships athletics in Gothenburg, and action from the Super League.
Coverage of the athletics is in Grandstand at 12 noon on BBC2
Who's the Daddy? A recent Government ruling states that sperm donors are no longer allowed to remain anonymous and that children conceived by donors will now be able to track down their fathers.
Producer Richard Mcllroy Repeated from 11am
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