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Radio 5

On the Level

Rod Lucas rings the yuletide bells, Vince Rogers is holding the mistletoe, and the Bard of Biggleswade chimes in with a Christmas review.
Join in on [number removed].
Radio 5

Nothing Ever Happens Here

3: Joey is being held captive in a London apartment block. British Intelligence don't seem to be doing much to help, so it's up to Joey to help himself. That's why he's climbing on the outside of the building - until the brick he's holding comes away from the wall.
Radio 5

Newscall

in From the makers of Sportscall, an invitation to join Dominik Diamond every week for a new quiz on the day's news and current events. Major prizes guaranteed!
To hold the front page, call 0[number removed].
Radio 5

Inverdale's Olympics

John Inverdale and guest Sebastian Coe watch
Jonathan Edwards go for gold in the triple jump and to see if Linford Christie can hold on to his Olympic 100m title. Plus
Great Britain and South Africa at hockey.
* Andrew Duncan interviews
Jonathan Edwards : page 16
Radio 5

Hong Kong Live

Live from the colony with Eddie Mair. Full coverage of the formal handover ceremony between Britain and China, with the lowering of the Union flag over Hong Kong at just before 5.00
Radio 5

The Club That Bill Built

Archie McPherson explores the careers of the great football managers.
3: Bill Shankly. The man who turned Liverpool from also-rans into a great club that went on to win
European honours.
Radio 5

Inside Edge

This week, Rob Bonnet reports from Lausanne in Switzerland, where the International Olympic
Committee is holding a special conference on the use of drugs in sport.
Radio 5

5 Live Sport

7.02 News Extra Louise Minchin with a roundup of the day's news and sport.
7.30 Agnew's World of Cricket
Jonathan Agnew and guests, including Clive Lloyd and Chris Broad , discuss this week's cricket issues and look back on the opening day of the third Test Match between England and the West Indies. Jonathan Agnew - Sport: page 47
9.00 Kings of the Ring
Boxerturned actor RayWinstone profiles Henry Armstrong , the only man ever to hold world titles at three separate weights simultaneously.
Radio 5

5 Live Report

Burger Wars. James Silver reports on a US court case in which an American man is holding the junkfood industry responsible for his obesity. He also meets the campaigners who are asking for a "fat tax" on fast food.
Radio 5

Des Meets....

New series 1/12. Formula One driver
Jenson Button is Des Lynam's first interviewee in the series that brings him face to face with sport's leading lights. Producer Alison Rusted
Radio 5

Test Match Special

Digital only
Commentary on England v the West Indies on the third day of the Third Test, from Old Trafford. TV highlights are on Five at 7.15pm
The bowler's Holding...: page 42
Radio 5

Test Match Special

Featuring England v West Indies on the opening day of the Fourth Test. The bowler's Holding...: page 42






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