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20/11/2010

The Foreign Office tells us that two Britons are among the 29 miners trapped in a pit in New Zealand. Tony Kokshoorn, the Mayor of Greymouth, the nearest town to the mine, gives us the latest on plans for a rescue attempt.

A row over the way that racing is funded is threatening the future of the sport. Will Roseff, chairman of the Bookmakers Committee to the Horse Race Betting Levy Board, and the chairman of the Horse Racing Authority Paul Roy discuss the issue.

And comic and gooner Felix Dexter faces up to fellow stand up and Spurs fan, Phil Cornwell as we look ahead to the north London derby at The Emirates.

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Sat 20 Nov 2010 06:00