Mark Pougatch presents the day's sports news, including big-name interviews and live reports. At 7.30 an international football preview with journalists Brian Woolnough (The Daily Star) and Shaun Custis (The Sun) and FA director of communications Adrian Bevington. And at 8.30 The World Cup Years: 1998, in which Mark Chapman nostalgically looks back at France 98, remembered for Michael Owen's goal against Argentina, David Beckham's red card, and victory for the host nation, inspired by the likes of Zinedine Zidane and Emmanuel Petit.
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