A review of the overnight news
From 7.00 Andrew Neil is joined by the main newsmakers of the day.
Brian Alexander looks back at some of the headline-makers in sport he has had under the spotlight this year, including
Glenn Hoddle , Alex Ferguson , Terry Venables ,
Bobby Gould and Jamie Redknapp.
Matthew Parris asks how real is the television we watch.
Steve Le Fevre talks to
Culture, Media and Sports Secretary Chris Smith.
Eleanor Oldroyd presents a look back at the year's sporting highlights, including the World Cup in France. Arsenal's double,
Mika Hakkinen 's Formula One championship, the Commonwealth Games, the Winter Olympics, athletics, boxing, tennis, rugby union and cricket. Plus commentary on the day's big rugby union game in the Premiership.
Will Shindler with commentary from Dens Park on Dundee v Celtic.
With Susan Bookbinder.
Sportsmen and women relive great moments from their careers. Tonight the clock goes back to May 1989 as Michael Thomas recalls the last-minute goal which gave Arsenal the championship.
With Richard Dallyn.
With Richard Dallyn. Plus updates from the third day of the Fourth Test between
Australia and England in Melbourne.
Presented by Mark Steel. Repeat