Investigative reports, breaking news, politics, current affairs and entertainment. Plus a look at the Sunday papers. And after 11.00 the Five Live Report. Blood on the Bhajis. Britons account for nearly half of all ready meals eaten in Europe. But the production of these meals in the UK has led to migrant workers being maimed. Matthew Chapman reports.
An afternoon of sport kicks off at 1.30pm with commentary on Newcastle v Portsmouth, followed by a potentially explosive Premiership "six pointer" as Manchester United play host to Chelsea at 4.00. Plus up-to-date reports on Spurs v Wigan and all the matches in the Scottish Premier League.
And there's a full round-up of Ashes news following the fourth day's play in cricket's First Test in Brisbane. Plus updates from Ireland's rugby union match against the Pacific Islands at Lansdowne Road, their last game there before the stadium receives a facelift, and the key match between Wasps and Leicester in the Premiership. Presented by Eleanor Oldroyd.
Spoony hosts a football phone-in. To have a say on the day's action - including Manchester United v Chelsea - call free on [number removed] or email via WWW.bbc.CO.uk/606. TEXT: [number removed] (standard rate)
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