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Where's Your Mummy Gone? Joanne Griffith asks if it's wrong to leave young children alone at home.

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Unknown:
Joanne Griffith

Eleanor Oldroyd presents an afternoon of sport, including full commentary on the Italian Grand Prix and reaction to yesterday's World Cup qualifiers, plus updates from today's matches in Leagues One and Two. Also, the latest Golden League athletics meeting in Berlin and the US Open tennis in New
York. Plus a look ahead to the fifth and final Ashes
Test and news of six one-day cricket matches. Also, rugby league and rugby union updates.

Contributors

Unknown:
Eleanor Oldroyd

Mark Chapman hosts a football phone-in. To have a say on the weekend's World Cup qualifiers and the day's Football League action, call [number removed]93 or email via bbC.CO.Uk/606. TEXT: [number removed] (standard rate)

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Unknown:
Mark Chapman

Where's Your Mummy Gone? In the wake of recent court cases involving parental negligence, Joanne Griffith assesses whether it's wrong to leave young Children alone at home. Producer Rebecca Sandles

Contributors

Unknown:
Joanne Griffith
Producer:
Rebecca Sandles

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