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Radio 5

Simon Mayo

Simon Mayo presents live from Hull as part of 5 Live's Octoberfest. Guests include Nitin Sawhney and comic singer Mitch Benn. At 3.00 Simon Mayo and Mark Kermode present Wittertainment live from Hull, including film reviews.
Radio 5

Simon Mayo

A brand new afternooon show for 5 Live in which Simon Mayo will be presenting the news and sport stories of the day, as well as sharp, witty, incisive analysis of topical key events. Including a celebrity interview at 2.00 every day- the first guest for this new series is Sir Paul McCartney.
Reinventing the afternoon: page 13
Radio 5

Best of Mayo

Simon Mayo recalls some of the more interesting interviews and debates from his showoverthe past 12 months, featuring star personalities from sport, entertainment and Hollywood.
Radio 5

Simon Mayo - the Budget 2005

Simon Mayo introduces the Chancellor's Budget Speech live from Westminster.
Radio 5

Simon Mayo at the World Cup

Simon Mayo reports from Cologne on the eve of England's final Group game against Sweden. And at 2.00pm live commentary on Togo v
Switzerland in Dortmund, with input by Ian Brown , Ali Bruce-Ball and Wigan manager Paul Jewell.
Radio 5

Simon Mayo at the World Cup

Simon Mayo continues his World Cup reportage from Berlin with commentary on the 3.00pm game between Saudi Arabia and Spain. Plus updates on Ukraine v Tunisia.
Radio 5

Simon Mayo at the World Cup

Simon Mayo continues his World Cup reportage from the World Cup Stadium in Hamburg, where the Czech Republic play Italy at 3.00, with commentary by Ian Dennis , Darren Fletcher and former Ireland international Matt Holland. Plus reports on the other 3.00 game - Ghana v USA in Nuremberg. And Cornelius Lysaght reports from Royal Ascot.
Radio 5

Simon Mayo at the World Cup

Simon Mayo continues his World Cup reportage from Germany, today from Frankfurt on the second day of double-headers as the Group games reach their climax. Kicking off at 3.00 are Portugal v Mexico in Gelssenkirchen and Iran v Angola in Leipzig.
Plus Cornelius Lysaght with Royal Ascot coverage.
Radio 5

Simon Mayo at the World Cup

Simon Mayo introduces World Cup coverage from
Germany, today from Gelsenkirchen for Argentina's match against Serbia and Montenegro, which kicks off at 2.00pm, with commentary by John Murray , Darren Fletcher and Wigan manager Paul Jewell.
Radio 5

Simon Mayo at the World Cup

Today Simon Mayo continues his World Cup reportage from Nuremberg with the latest news and interviews ahead of England's Group 2 match tomorrow. And at 2.00pm Spain v Ukraine in Leipzig, with commentary by Conor McNamara , Nigel Adderley and Spurs head coach Martin Jol.
Radio 5

Simon Mayo at the World Cup

Simon Mayo continues his World Cup reportage today from Nuremberg with the latest news ahead of England's second Group B match against Trinidad and Tobago. Before that, at 2.00, Ecuador face
Costa Rica in Hamburg, with commentary by David Oates , Nigel Adderley and Celtic striker Dion Dublin.
Radio 5

Simon Mayo at the World Cup

Simon Mayo continues his World Cup reportage from Germany, today from Cologne ahead of England's final Group B match this evening. Plus full commentary on Ecuador v Germany in Berlin at
3.00, and reports on Costa Rica v Poland. Also, commentary from the opening day of Royal Ascot, with John Inverdale and Cornelius Lysaght.
Radio 5

Simon Mayo at the World Cup

Simon Mayo reports from German throughout the week, beginning in Kaiserslautern with Australia's opening match against Japan. The game kicks off at
2.00pm, with commentary by Ali Bruce-Ball , David Oates and Celtic striker Dion Dublin.
Radio 5

Simon Mayo at the World Cup

Simon Mayo continues his World Cup reportage today from Stuttgart in Germany, with South
Korea's match against Togo in Frankfurt. The game kicks off at 2.00pm, with commentary by Ali Bruce -Ball, David Oates and Celtic striker Dion Dublin.
Radio 5

Simon Mayo Debate

As part of Five Live's coverage in the run-up to this Thursday's elections, Simon Mayo hosts a live audience debate from Grantham in Lincolnshire.
Radio 5

Simon Mayo

Simon Mayo presents live from Westminster with coverage of Prime Minister's Questions and the Chancellor's Budget statement.
Radio 5

Kermode and Mayo's Films of the Year

Simon Mayo and film buff Mark Kermode assess the films of 2009, featuring interviews with Meryl Streep, Michael Sheen and others.
Radio 5

Simon Mayo

With the news and sport stories of the day, as well as sharp, witty, incisive analysis of topical key events. Including a celebrity interview at 2.00 every day.
Radio 5

Simon Mayo

News and topical discussions. EMAIL: mayo@bbc.co.uk
Podcast available at www.bbc.co.uk/ fivelive/programmes/mayo.shtml
Radio 5

Simon Mayo

News, the day's sport, topical discussions and after 3.00 a look at current popular television. EMAIL: mayo@bbc.co.uk
Podcast available at www.bbc.co.uk/ fivelive/programmes/mayo.shtml






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