On the first day of Royal Ascot, John Inverdale presents coverage of the major races. Plus rugby union coverage from the British and Irish Lions tour match against Southern Kings in South Africa. Cornelius Lysaght , John Hunt , Luke Harvey and comic Kevin Day report from the Ascot course, with Ian Robertson , Alastair Eykyn and Matt Dawson anchored in South Africa. Plus World Twenty20 Super Eights news. Listen to the man: page 30
Vassos Alexander with a sports round-up, including at 7.30 reports from the British and Irish Lions tour of South Africa. And at 8.30 5 Live Tennis, in which lain Carter and the team preview the US Open, which starts on Thursday, followed at 9.00 by The Ashes Years, continuing 5 Live's Ashes nostalgia series.
10.00 Richard Bacon Phone-in .
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