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20130907

The International Olympic Committee will decide later whether Madrid, Istanbul or Tokyo will host the 2020 games. We ask Richard Carborn - who was part of London 2012's successful bid - Baroness Tanni Grey Thompson and Barry Davies what makes a successful bid.

After a suspected burglar was found inside Buckingham Palace, we look at what the security review could entail - and Everton and Celtic legend Alan Stubbs describes how a routine post-match drugs test saved his life by discovering he had testicular cancer.

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20131012

Tony Livesey and Eleanor Oldroyd with the day's news and sport including - European waters "becoming a cemetary" for African migrants says Malta PM, Harriet Harman on press regulation and reaction to England's victory over Montenegro.

20131019

Tony Livesey and Eleanor Oldroyd with the day's news and sport including - British surgeon David Nott says Syrian government snipers' targeting of unborn babies is "beyond the realms of humanity" and Orchid View whistleblower speaks to Saturday Breakfast.

20131026

Tony Livesey and Eleanor Oldroyd with the day's news and sport including - the government is criticised over its saturated fat pledge, Jack Straw on why he's standing down as an MP and is David Beckham a secret philosophical genius?

20131102

Tony Livesey and Eleanor Oldroyd with all the day's news and sport - today the President of the Chief Fire Officers Association criticises firefighters who walked away from a blaze during their strike; we celebrate sixty years of the Samaritans with their chairman and two of the organisation's volunteers - and Matthew Baylis tells us about spending time with the people who worship the Duke of Edinburgh as a living God.

20131109

Eleanor Oldroyd and Tony Livesey with the big news and sports stories, weather and travel, plus previews of the weekend sporting events.

20140111

Eleanor Oldroyd and Phil Gayle with the big news and sports stories, weather and travel, plus previews of the weekend sporting events.

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Eleanor Oldroyd and Tony Livesey with the big news and sports stories, weather and travel, plus previews of the weekend sporting events.

20140419

Tony Livesey and Eleanor Oldroyd present the news and sport, weather, travel plus previews of the weekend's sporting events.

20140426

The latest on the rising tensions in Ukraine - including a special report from the east of the country and former adviser to the Kremlin Sergei Guriev

Dutch journalist Marcel van der Kraan from De Telegraaf with his story that Louis van Gaal has agreed a deal to take over at Manchester United

Former Wales defender Ady Williams, the Daily Mail's Ian Ladyman - and director of 'Class of '92' Gabe Turner on Giggs' first game in charge at Old Trafford

Pest controller Tom Bannister on whether the 'super rat' is myth or reality

Agricultural course manager Roger Clark on how you tell if a cow's unhappy.

20140510

Reaction to the health watchdog NICE saying nurses shouldn't have to look after more than 8 patients at a time.

The former Team Sky Cyclist Michael Barry on how strong painkillers should be banned from cycling and other sports - with reaction from Kelly Sotherton.

Rape victim Jo Nodding on why she's waived her right to anonymity to raise awareness about 'restorative justice' - which is where attackers say sorry to their victims.

X Factor winner Sam Bailey on the city of Leicester's recent success.

Former Strictly dancer Karen Hardy on the BBC announcing Claudia Winkleman will replace Sir Bruce Forsyth.

20140517

Tony Livesey and Eleanor Oldroyd present the news and sport, weather, travel plus previews of the weekend's sporting events.

20140712

The big news and sports stories with Tony Livesey and Clare McDonnell, plus previews of the weekend's sporting events.

20140809

Tony Livesey and Sam Walker with the big news and sports stories, and weather. Plus previews of the weekend's sporting events.

20140823

Sam Walker and Nihal with the big news and sports stories, weather, plus previews of the weekend's sporting events.

20141108

The big news and sports stories, weather, plus previews of the weekend's sporting events.

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We speak to the scientists anxiously watching the Philae lander as it runs out of battery power on comet 67P. Plus Noel Edmonds on presenting the first ever National Lottery draw 20 years ago, and the couple who won £12.4 million. And as Wayne Rooney prepares to earn his 100th England cap, we visit his old school and the football scout who discovered him.

20141129

Eleanor Oldroyd and Chris Warburton with all the day's news and sport - this morning, Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond responds to a former Vice President of the European Parliament who tells us David Cameron has next to no chance of getting any of his proposals on migration past the rest of the EU; we speak to a survivor of the Clutha Vaults tragedy, a year to the day since ten people were killed; we hear how wild boar are destroying a play area in Gloucestershire - and Frank Warren looks ahead to a huge night of British boxing.

20150103

The big news and sports stories, weather, plus previews of the weekend's sporting events.

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20150131
20150214

The big news and sports stories, weather, plus previews of the weekend's sporting events, presented by Eleanor Oldroyd and Chris Mason.

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20150321

Chris Warburton comes live from Twickenham building up to the Six Nations deciders on Super Saturday. He speaks to fans and former rugby stars Jeff Probyn, Martyn Williams, Denis Hickie and Craig Chalmers

Caroline Quentin talks about living with coeliac disease

Sarah Ruane talks about adopting four year old Josh. He's got a terminal illness called Congenital Myotonic Dystrophy - which stiffens his muscles and means he can't smile.

20150801

Parents give their reaction to the government wanting to make sure summer born children in England are able to start school in reception class at the age of five - if it's what the parents want

Plus, the man behind Steven Finn's man of the match comeback in the Ashes - his bowling coach at Middlesex, Richard Johnson

20150912

Labour activists, a pollster and members of the public look ahead to Labour's new leader being announced.

Dickie Bird tells us what he said to David Cameron after the prime minister's comments about people from Yorkshire hating each other.

Hairdresser Clare Harper with the random poems she's been receiving from 'the Banksy of poetry'.

A look ahead to Manchester United vs. Liverpool - asking if the rivalry between the two is what it always has been.

Former England flanker Hendre Fourie on the Rugby World Cup and what children can learn from rugby.

20151017

The big news and sports stories, weather, plus previews of the weekend's sporting events with Chris Warburton.

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20151031

The big news and sports stories, weather, plus previews of the weekend's sporting events with Chris Warburton and Eleanor Oldroyd.

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20151121

The big news and sports stories, weather, plus previews of the weekend's sporting events with Chris Warburton.

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20151128

The big news and sports stories, weather, plus previews of the weekend's sporting events with Chris Warburton and Eleanor Oldroyd.

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The big news and sports stories, weather, plus previews of the weekend's sporting events with Chris Warburton and Sam Walker.

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The big news and sports stories, weather, plus previews of the weekend's sporting events with Chris Warburton and Charlie Charlton.

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The big news and sports stories, weather, plus previews of the weekend's sporting events with Chris Warburton and Eleanor Oldroyd.

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The big news and sports stories, weather, plus previews of the weekend's sporting events with Eleanor Oldroyd and Colin Paterson.

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Nicky Campbell is in Marseille ahead of England's first Euro 2016 match tonight against Russia. Plus the day's news and sport stories with Eleanor Oldroyd.

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20160625

Nicky Campbell and Rachel Burden with news and continued coverage following the UK's vote to leave the EU.

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20160709

Chris Warburton and Nomia Iqbal present the big news and sports stories, including a look ahead to the British Grand Prix at Silverstone with Jennie Gow.

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20160716

The big news and sports stories, weather, plus previews of the weekend's sport with Chris Warburton and Sam Walker.

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20160730

The big news and sports stories, weather, plus previews of the weekend's sport.

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The big news and sports stories, weather, plus previews of the weekend's sport with Eleanor Oldroyd and Chris Warburton.

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The big news and sports stories with Chris Warburton and Eleanor Oldroyd.

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The big news and sports stories with Chris Warburton and Eleanor Oldroyd.