Julian Worricker presents current affairs, politics and the latest gossip from the showbusiness world. Including after 11.00 the Five Live Report.
Legal Aid In Crisis. Despite a £1.8 billion annual budget. Legal Aid, first established as part of the Welfare State, is running close to collapse, with huge implications for access to justice for those people it was designed to help. Elodie Harper investigates.
Eleanor Oldroyd presents live rugby union for a very special international between England and the All Blacks, kicking off at 3.30pm from Twickenham on the opening of the new-look stadium. Before that there's commentary on the London derby between West Ham and Arsenal from Upton Park. Plus reports on the Premiership fixtures between Aston Villa and Blackburn, and Tottenham v Chelsea. Plus news from the Scottish Premier
League as Dundee United take on Rangers, and updates from the final of the ICC Champions Trophy.
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