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This week we speak to England head coach Stuart Lancaster after his side’s win over Samoa. We also speak to revered former New Zealand winger Jonah Lomu about the team’s win over Wales and he updates us on his health. There’s football chat as Kick It Out chairman Lord Herman Ouseley discusses Wigan owner Dave Whelan’s position, and former sports minister Richard Caborn talks about convicted rapist Ched Evans, after his former club Sheffield United retracted their offer to let him use their training facilities. Meanwhile, Michael Ballack enthuses about the women’s game ahead of England’s contest with Germany at Wembley, and Terry Butcher assesses England’s mid-week friendly win over Scotland. Also, former FIA boss Max Mosley anticipates the final Grand Prix in Abu Dhabi.
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