Arlo White hosts a Boxing Day sports special, featuring commentary on Chelsea v Reading, kicking off at
Stamford Bridge at 1.00pm. Plus reports from all the day's big games in Scotland and England, live coverage of the King George VI chase at Kempton, and extensive cricket news following the first day's play in the Fourth Test in Melbourne. Plus updates from the big games in rugby union's Premiership and, at 5.30pm, commentary on Watford v Arsenal at Vicarage Road.
At the start of the season, the producers of 6-0-6 invited listeners to submit their personal football stories, with the intention of eliciting 606 tales. This programme features a choice selection of submitted pieces - on topics ranging from the perils of away travel to unexpected encounters with heroes - as read by the authors. Repeated on New Year's Eve at 1.30pm
An offbeat take on the day's top news, sport and political stories, including a review of the events that will be making tomorrow's headlines. Including News Extra and Five Live Money at 10.45 and 11.45.
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