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  1. Rugby-born actor Tim Pigott-Smith dies
  2. Jaguar Land Rover posts record sales
  3. Updates from Friday 7 April 2017

Live Reporting

By Vanessa Pearce

All times stated are UK

  1. Bell and Trott gets heads down

    Surrey 454 v Warwickshire 91 & 113-2 - Lunch

    Mark Church

    BBC Radio London commentator

    A 76-run partnership between Jonathan Trott and Ian Bell will have settled the Warwickshire dressing room. 

    Bell, who looks utterly determined to put his stamp on the game is 50 not out and Trott is unbeaten on 24.

    The stand was needed after Sam Curran and Jade Dernbach reduced the visitors to 37-2. Remember that Warwickshire are following on after being dismissed for 91 yesterday.

  2. Footitt causes chaos

    Surrey 454 v Warwickshire 39-4 - Tea

    Mark Church

    BBC Radio London commentator

    Mark Footitt produced a devastating spell to put Surrey in complete control, taking three wickets without conceding a run. 

    The left-armer dismissed Jonathan Trott and Ian Bell in the space of three balls and then removed Sam Hain on the stroke of tea.

    The sun continues to shine at The Oval, but the Warwickshire dressing room will be feeling a little chilly at tea.

  3. Chris Wright takes four after lunch

    Surrey 454 v Warwickshire 7-0

    Mark Church

    BBC Radio London commentator

    A clatter of wickets after lunch and Chris Wright finishes with 5-113. 

    Surrey lost six wickets for 49 after the break and now Warwickshire have the opportunity to bat in the sun, a little earlier than they probably expected.

    William Porterfield and Alex Mellor are opening for the Bears.

  4. Good morning for Surrey

    Surrey 405-4 v Warwickshire - Lunch

    Mark Church

    BBC Radio London commentator

    A very good morning for Surrey as they continue to bat under the blue skies of London. Kumar Sangakkara and Dominic Sibley added 55 until Sangakkara fell to Oliver Hannon-Dalby for a graceful 71.

    Sibley has looked rock solid and once again Surrey looked booked in to bat all afternoon.

  5. Envelope update

    Severe accident: M6 Warwickshire southbound

    BBC News Travel

    M6 Warwickshire southbound severe accident, between J3A for M6 Toll and Corley Services.

    M6 Warwickshire - Two lanes closed and queuing traffic on M6 southbound between J3a M6 Toll and Corley Services, because of an accident.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

  6. Our live coverage across the day

    We'll be back with our usual mix of news, sport, travel and weather from 08:00 on Monday. 

    Have a great weekend whatever you have planned - the weather forecast looks good.

  7. West Midlands mayor: Send us your questions

    Have you got a question about the West Midlands mayor election which takes place next month?

    We want you to send us your questions.The mayor will be able to make decisions on important issues such as housing and transport.

    Submit your questions via this link.

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  8. Want to question the Metro Mayor candidates?

    BBC Coventry & Warwickshire

    We're holding a debate with the candidates wanting to become the first Metro Mayor in the West Midlands, and you can be in the audience.

    Mayoral Debate
  9. BreakingActor Tim Pigott-Smith dies aged 70

    Rugby-born actor Tim Pigott-Smith has died at the age of 70 , his agent John Grant has said. 

    Tim Pigott-Smith
  10. Weather: A sunny weekend ahead

    Rebecca Wood

    BBC Weather

    It's going to be sunny and warm this weekend, with temperatures reaching 19C (66F).

    Dare we say it could be time for the first barbeque of the year?

    Video content

    Video caption: Rebecca Wood has your forecast
  11. Happy Birthday Valley House

    BBC Midlands Today

    Mary Rhodes hosted a special screening of a 1978 film about the Valley House community hostel in Coventry, which brought back lots of memories for locals.

    Open Door: The Family House tells the story of the centre, which provided a temporary roof for local people.

    Valley House birthday celebrations