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Radio 5

Dragnet

The Big Housemaid Sergeant Joe Friday investigates a modem day Robin Hood story.
Radio 5

The Speckled Panic

A play by Hazel Townson. When Kip and his friend Herbie dash into Belle's
Bazaar for some toothpaste, they unwittingly buy Purple Speckled
Truthpaste instead!
With school speech day coming up, Kip and Herbie soon realise the sensational possibilities of this purchase.
Adapted by Robin Kingsland
Radio 5

Take Five

with Ross King. Plus: each day Ian Smith (Harold from Neighbours) reads a story by Robin Klein. Today: Sitting Next to William.
Radio 5

The Speckled Panic

Adapted from
Hazel Townson 's book. When
Kip and his friend Herbie dash into Belle's Bazaar for some toothpaste, they unwittingly buy Purple Speckled TRUTHpaste instead. With school speech day coming up. they soon realise some sensational possibilities. Dramatised by Robin Kingsland
Radio 5

Cricket

The quarter finals of the Benson and Hedges Cup. Commentary and reports on all four games throughout the day. Presented by Eleanor Oldroyd.
The eight teams in today's quarter-finals have come through by a different system this year. For the first 20 years, the lienson and Hedges Cup, started in 1972 to provide some early-season excitement, decided its quarter finalists from four small groups of round-robin matches. Last year's Murray report on the structure of English cricket recommended the knock-out format throughout, so this year's Cup winners will have played fewer matches than any of their predecessors, but will have to have won them all when they take the Gold Trophy at Lord's on July 10.
Sony Award-winning
Jonathan Agnew (Sports Reporter of the Year) will lead one of four top commentary teams.
The draw for the Benson and Hedges semi-finals will be live on Radio 5 at
8.45am tomorrow in Danny Baker 's Morning Edition.
Radio 5

Snake in the Grass

Helen Cresswell 's chaotically comic tale, read by the this year's Time Out Comedy Award winner, Kevin Day. Robin's doting family take him for a day in the country, but a picnic's not a picnic unless there's trouble.
Radio 5

Sport on Five

with Robin Bailey.
World Cup Rugby From
South Africa. England meet Argentina and Wales take on Japan.
Football Scottish Cup final between Airdrie and Celtic.
Golf Second day of the PGA Championship at Wentworth. Plus racing from Kempton
Park and show jumping news.
5.00 Sports Report
Radio 5

Sport on Five

with Robin Bailey.
World Cup Rugby From South Africa. With commentary on Scotland v France in Pool D.
Football England play Japan at Wembley in the Umbro Cup and the Republic of Ireland play Liechtenstein in a European Championship qualifier. Golf The third day of the English Open tournament.
Plus showjumping and cricket.
Radio 5

Sport on five

with Robin Baiiey.
World Cup Rugby Live coverage from South Africa as the competition reaches the last eight.
Racing from Epsom with Peter Bromley.
3.50 The Derby.
* See This Week: page 14 Cricket Updates from
Headingley on the third day of the First Test between
England and the West Indies. Tennis The women's final of the French Open in Paris.
Radio 5

Sport on Five

with Robin Bailey.
World Cup Rugby The first semi-final kicks off in Durban at 2.00.
Golf The third day of the US Open.
Tennis It's semi-final day in the Stella Artois tournament at Queen's
Club and the DFS Classic at
Edgbaston.
Motor Racing Reports on the Le Mans 24-hour race.
Racing from York The highlight is the William Hill Trophy.
Radio 5

Sport on Five

With Robin Bailey.
Athletics The first day's action from the World
Championships in Gothenburg. Commentary from John Rawling ,
Sebastian Coe and Bob Phillips
. Events include the men's 100 and 800 metres qualifying heats and the women's marathon.
Cricket The West Indies tourists against
Gloucestershire at Bristol.
Golf The Scandinavian
Masters.
Eventing The British Championship from Gatcombe Park.
Radio 5

Friday Sport

Robin Bailey presents an eight-hour extravaganza of top sports action.
Football Commentary on three games - Charlton v Luton at 2.15,
Middlesbrough v Sheffield Wednesday at 5.45 and Coventry v Liverpool at
8.00.
Rugby League North west derby between St Helens and Wigan.
Plus the latest motor racing, tennis and other sports news of the day. Including at
7.35 News Bulletin
Radio 5

Friday Sport

With Robin Bailey.
Rugby League Commentary on Sheffield Eagles v
Castleford Tigers in the Super League.
Motor Sport Reports from Italy on the first day of practice for Sunday's San Marino Grand Prix.
Snooker The semi-finals of the World Championship.
Tennis Great Britain's first-round Davis Cup match against Slovenia.
Radio 5

Friday Sport

With Robin Bailey.
Rugby League Commentary on Bradford Bulls v Leeds in the latest Superleague match.
Football Reports from
England's Under-21 match against Belgium in Toulon. Golf Day one of the PGA Championship from Wentworth.
Radio 5

Friday Sport

With Robin Bailey.
Rugby League Commentary on Oldham Bears v Paris St
Germain in the latest match in the Super League.
Athletics News from the Grand Prix meeting in Paris. Motor Racing A review of the first practice at the French Grand Prix.
Plus a comprehensive roundup of the day's sports news.
Radio 5

Friday Sport

With Robin Bailey.
Rugby League Commentary on Oldham v St Helens in the European Super
League. With Dave Woods , Peter Fox and the touchline team.
Golf Reflections on the second day of the Open Championship.
Olympics A look ahead to the opening ceremony in Atlanta tomorrow.
Radio 5

Friday Sport

With Robin Bailey.
Football Commentary on West Bromwich Albion v
Sheffield United in Division
One.
Athletics Coverage from the Grand Prix meeting in Berlin.
Tennis Reports from the US Open.
Plus a full roundup of the day's sports news.
Radio 5

Friday Sport

With Robin Bailey.
Football Commentary on Reading v Oxford United in Division One.
Motor Racing Reports from practice at the Italian Grand Prix.
Tennis Coverage of the US Open from Flushing Meadow.
Plus a roundup of the day's sports news.
Radio 5

Friday Sport

With Robin Bailey.
Football Commentary on the Division One match between Huddersfield Town and Oldham Athletic.
Plus golf, cricket and the rest of the day's sport.
Radio 5

Friday Sport Oxford United v

Birmingham City
From the Manor Ground.
Robin Bailey with second-half commentary on this
Division One match. Plus all the day's sports news.






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