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19/10/2018
BBC Radio 5 live

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    1. Head of Sports News and Radio Sport

      BBC radio's chief football correspondent Mike Ingham's final commentary.

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    2. Presenter, 5 live Bespoke

      Over the course of three days in Ireland the 97th Giro d’Italia rolled past many things dyed or painted pink; sheep, horses, pylons, water skiers, windmills and the hairdo of the mayor of Belfast to name a few.

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    3. 5 live Daytimes editor

      Victoria Derbyshire broadcasts from Brazil examining the issues facing the country as it prepares for the World Cup.

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    4. Russell Fuller looks forward to the US Open, his first Grand Slam as BBC tennis correspondent.

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    5. Head of Sports News and Radio Sport

      It promises to be another great season and we hope our blend of old and new will be a winning combination for all our listeners.

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    6. BBC Scottish Football correspondent

      Roddy Forsythe on the history between England and Scotland's international football teams.

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    7. 5 live cycling summariser

      Yesterday Mark Cavendish won his 24th Tour Stage, and he did it with ease. He’s arguably the best sprinter that the cycling world has ever seen. Sprinters are a special breed, but what makes a good one and what makes Mark Cavendish stand out from the rest?

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    8. 5 live cycling summariser

      Graham Jones talks about the rise of Australian pro cycling team Orica GreenEdge.

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    9. 5 live's new tennis correspondent Russell Fuller looks to the future.

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    10. 5 live cycling summariser

      The last time the Tour de France had a Team Time Trial (TTT) in Nice was in 1981 - and I was riding in it. Today’s test is a far cry from those days. Back then TTT’s  were still a fairly new addition to the Tour, having been re-introduced in 1978 with a huge stage of 153kms.

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