Friday 31 July 2015, with Bryan Crump
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8:10 PM. BBC sports journalist Russell Fuller keeps the score court side. It's the third Ashes cricket test between Australai and England; British cyclist Chris Froome wins the Tour de France; and the English Premier League season returns, and defending champions Chelsea take on the FA Cup winners Arsenal in the Community Shield on Sunday.
8:55 PM. All eight clues and this week's answer.
7:06 Sonic Tonic
8:10 Sport: Europe
BBC sports journalist Russell Fuller keeps the score court side.
8:25 Dylan Goes Electric
Nick Bollinger talks to author and musician Elijah Wald about the 50th anniversary of Bob Dylan's electrified appearance at the Newport Folk Festival, an event that shook up the worlds of folk and rock music.
9:06 Country Life
Rural news and features.
10:17 Late Edition
11:06 Womad 2015 Live: Che Sudaka, Tahuna Breaks
Spanish based group Che Sudaka. Originally from Columbia and Argentina, the four members of Che Sudaka honed their sound busking on the streets of Barcelona - and 1200 concerts and 41 countries later made their first appearance in New Zealand. Then, a set from Auckland-based funk band Tahuna Breaks who had an appreciative Womad audience up and dancing.