Obituary column with DotunAdebayo.
With Brian Alexander and Rachel Burden.
Garry Richardson rounds up the week's headline stories and interviews big-name sports guests.
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Politics and current affairs, including Rajesh Mirchandani 's report on$32 billion of fake pharmaceuticals -one in ten of all pills sold on the international market.
Coverage of the final day of the RyderCup matches, live from Oakland Hills near Detroit.
Presented by John Inverdale , with commentary from lain Carter and expert summaries from Paul Eales , Andrew Murray and JayTownsend as all
12 players from each team line up in the singles. Also, commentary on the Premiership matches between Southampton and Newcastle United at
2.00, and at 4.00 the derby between Chelsea and Spurs. Plus reports from the final day of cricket's county championship season and the latest news from the ICC Champions Trophy.
Paralympics British swimmers aiming for gold include Giles Long and James Crisp in the men's 100m butterfly, and Manchester couple Nyree Lewis and Sascha Kindred in their respective
200m individual medley events. On the athletics trackTanni Grey-Thompson goes for gold in the final of the women's 800m T53 event and Bob Matthews will be looking to defend his Paralympic title. Simon Jackson is hoping for success in the men'sjudo, and in shooting, Isobel Newstead looks to repeat her Sydney gold medal. The
British men's wheelchair basketball team take on the champions Australia and the women's team face Holland. Jayant Mistry and Peter Norfolk head the British challenge in the wheelchair tennis, and in the wheelchair rugby tournament at Hellinko, Britain face Belgium.
And there's hope of more medals in the cycling.
Bradford v St Helens in the Super League.
Topical phone-in debate, live from Birmingham. To take part, call free on [number removed].
With Dalya Raphael.