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The Duchess of Cambridge gives birth to a baby daughter and a preview of Mayweather-Pacquiao from Las Vegas. Plus Austin Mitchell and Edwina Currie review the Sunday papers.

With hours to go before Floyd Mayweather Jr. faces Manny Pacquiao in Las Vegas in the richest boxing match in history, Telegraph boxing correspondent Gareth A Davies - along with boxing fans Ade Adebayo and Toby Barker - look forward to the clash of the welterweight legends in the so-called Fight of the Century.

Chris Buckler shines the spotlight on the parties competing for the share of the vote in Northern Ireland in this week's General Election.

Plaid Cymru's parliamentary candidate for Dwyfor Meirionnydd, Liz Saville-Roberts, answers listeners questions in the last in the series of interviews with the main parties ahead of polling day on Thursday.

Crime writer Sara Sheridan pays tribute to one of Britain's most popular crime-novelists, Ruth Rendell, after the death of the author famous for thrillers and psychological murder mysteries including the Inspector Wexford series.

Christine Seddon from the Blackpool Supporters Trust explains the unhappiness behind a pitch invasion by hundreds of fans which led to Blackpool FC's final home game of the season with Huddersfield Town being abandoned just after half time.

And former Conservative MP Edwina Currie and outgoing Labour MP for Great Grimsby Austin Mitchell cast their eyes across the election coverage and other stories making the Sunday newspapers in this week's paper review.

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Sat 2 May 2015 21:00