Featuring the ladies' semi-finals, introduced by Simon Mayo. Plus news, sports stories, travel and guests, live from the All England Club. And at 4.00 continued coverage presented by Mark Pougatch , featuring commentary on the ladies' semi-finals, a round-up of the day's top tennis stories and big-name interviews, with debate and punditry from Michael Stich , Pat Cash and Annabel Croft. Plus Anita Anand with news and non-Wimbledon sports updates.
Russell Fuller presents a round-up of the day's sport, plus build-up to the weekend's British Grand Prix. And from 8.30 Darren Gough 's Cricket Show, in which the former England favourite invites big-name guests to debate the sport's main issues ahead of next week's start of the Test series between England and South Africa.
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