Investigative reports, breaking news, politics, current affairs and entertainment. Plus a look at the Sunday papers. And after 11.00 the Five Live Report. Trading Trees. Matthew Chapman reports on claims that government-supported environmental schemes devoted to planting trees - known as "carbon offsetting" - are in fact not doing much good, and at the same time are allowing certain polluting companies to clean up their image.
Russell Fuller hosts a busy afternoon of sport, kicking off with commentary on the mid-table Championship clash between Ipswich Town and Luton Town
(kick-off 1.15). Plus reports on Kilmarnock v pace-setters Celtic in the Scottish Premier League, and from 4.00 there's live coverage of West Ham United v Blackburn Rovers in the Premiership. Plus coverage of rugby union's European Cup, including Cardiff Blues v Leicester, Edinburgh v defending champions Leinster, and Toulouse v London Irish.
And news from the Masters golf, where the European Tour's Order of Merit will be decided. Plus updates from the ICC Champions Trophy cricket match between Australia and hosts India, and snooker from the final of the Grand Prix event in Aberdeen.
Television coverage of the snooker can be seen in Sunday Grandstand on BBC2 from 2.45pm, and at 8pm
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