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Adam Peaty: Project 56
A unique insight into Olympic champion Adam Peaty as he sets out to be the first swimmer to go under 57 seconds in the 100m breaststroke. George Riley is joined by Olympic bronze medallist Steve Parry and Commonwealth gold medallist Fran Halsall, plus we hear from Peaty's coach Mel Marshall.
Tuffers and Vaughan Cricket Show: 'Root should bat at three'
Ex-England spinner Phil Tufnell, former South Africa captain Graeme Smith and England World Cup winner Ebony Rainford-Brent join George Riley this week. England's batting woes is top of the agenda after their heavy defeat to South Africa in the second Test at Trent Bridge. Plus, there is reaction to England's women reaching the World Cup final.
The Open 2017 preview
John Inverdale is joined by 5 live's golf correspondent Iain Carter and former European Tour player Jay Townsend to preview the 146th Open Championship which is being held at Royal Birkdale. They speak to three-time Open champion Gary Player, hear from Justin Rose who dazzled as an amateur at the Open in 1998, and find out how Tommy Fleetwood is feeling ahead of playing his hometown course.
John McEnroe's 6-Love-6
Three-time Wimbledon winner John McEnroe is joined by former British number one Tim Henman and 2013 champion Marion Bartoli to answer your questions on all the burning tennis issues, Johanna Konta's semi-final defeat to Venus Williams and the withdrawal of Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic through injury.
Tuffers and Vaughan Cricket Show - Root: 'I'm proud of 1st Test victory'
England captain Joe Root joins Allison Mitchell, Michael Vaughan and Graeme Smith to look back on the 1st test victory at Lords. Root says England won't get complacent going into the next game, which starts at Trent Bridge on Friday. And there's reaction with bowler Anya Shrubsole to England women's dramatic World Cup victory against Australia and Nottinghamshire batsman Luke Fletcher talks about his head injury, suffered while playing in the T20 Blast.