Gene editing promises scientific breakthrough; drug deaths on the rise; Team Talk; Birmingham and Bolton in Balti battle; sleep advice.
As scientists in the US develop a gene editing technique which could eventually be used to eradicate thousands of inherited diseases, could this breakthrough really be used to create so-called designer babies?
Four men are found guilty of plotting to carry out a terrorist attack in the UK, after a lengthy trial at the Old Bailey.
Why 40-somethings are increasingly at risk, as the number of deaths from legal and illegal drug poisoning reaches record levels in England and Wales.
Mark Clemmit & Chris Dunlavey cast their eye over the new Football League season in Team Talk; plus a preview of England's Euro 2017 semi-final with Jen O'Neill from She Kicks.
Plus: UK passengers flying to Europe face delays as a result of tighter security checks; The Duke of Edinburgh retires at the age of 96 after more than 22 thousand official engagements; and Birmingham & Bolton go head-to-head in the mother of all balti battles.
And sleep expert Professor Jim Horne joins Phil in the midnight hour to answer listeners' questions about how to enjoy better sleep.