Investigative reports, breaking news, politics, current affairs and entertainment updates. Plus a look at the Sunday papers. And after 11.00 The Five Live Report. The Sleep Industry. With the evolution of the 24-hour society, sleep-related difficulties are on the rise, with sleeping aids now one of the fastest growing areas in the big-business pharmaceutical market. As scientists work to create a drug that will reduce the need for sleep, Chris Page explores - and assesses the growing academic and commercial interest in - a good night's rest.
Eleanor Oldroyd presents the fourth round of the FA Cup, featuring live commentary on West Bromwich v Wolves. Plus Celtic v Inverness Caledonian Thistle in the Scottish Premiership, action from rugby union's Premiership, and news from the Irish
Champiopn Hurdle at Leopardstown. Plus a review of the overnight play in cricket's one-day series between Australia and New Zealand, and the men's final at the Australian Open tennis.
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