Investigative reports, breaking news, politics, current affairs and entertainment updates. Plus a look at the Sunday papers. And after 11.00 a special interactive edition of the Five Live Report as part of the station's week-long commitment to listener input. Listeners are invited to suggest and investigate a story of personal significance. This week's report guides a listener behind the scenes for an investigation into a topical issue.
Eleanor Oldroyd presents an afternoon of sport live from the Emirates Stadium, where at 4.00pm Arsenal meet Manchester United in one of the games of the season. Earlier, at 1.30, Wigan take on Everton and, in the Scottish Premier League,
Dunfermline meet Rangers. Elsewhere it's the sixth round of rugby union's European Cup. Plus extensive overnight news from the Australian Open tennis in Melbourne, and reaction to Ricky Hatton 's challenge for the IBF light-welterweight title in Las Vegas.
Uninterrupted coverage of Arsenal v Manchester United in the Premiership, in a special one-off programme commemorating the first football commentary on BBC Radio. Commentators will employ the original 1927 "grid" concept. Playing by numbers: page 24
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