The Inside Track: Sir Matthew Pinsent meets Pete Reed and what next for athletics?
Darren Campbell and Jeanette Kwayke are joined by Sir Matthew Pinsent, who meets with three-time Olympic rowing champion, Pete Reed, to discuss the spinal stroke he suffered which has left him paralysed from the chest down.
Athletics coach Toni Minichiello and BBC sports editor Dan Roan also discuss the issues in athletics with the sport hitting the headlines for a host of reasons in recent weeks.
Andy Murray: Injuries, recovery and return
Andy Murray talks to 5 Live Breakfast about his gruelling and emotional two-year journey back to the tennis court following major hip surgery.
The Inside Track: Tom Smith, Colin Kaepernick & Hannah Cockroft
Elly travels to France to visit former British Lion Tom Smith. He opens up about the shock and panic of his recent Stage 4 cancer diagnosis and how he intends to bring as much certainty as he can to his family’s future. We also talk Colin Kaepernick – should sport and politics ever mix?.....And we hear from Hannah Cockroft, now a winner of 12 world titles, but is she getting the credit she deserves?
Sonny Bill Williams: Rugby and Religion
New Zealand rugby star Sonny Bill Williams speaks to 5 Live's Tony Livesey about signing for Toronto Wolfpack, religion and the Christchurch mosques attack.
The Inside Track: who is the real Tyson Fury?
Darren Campbell meets Tyson Fury and finds out who is the man behind the many masks.
We also look at the row that's rocked British cycling and at the bravery of Britain's Kadeena Cox at the World Para-athletic Championships.