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Grandstand

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Introduced by Steve Rider at Wembley, with Jonathan Davies and Gavin Hastings.
12.20 Football Focus GaryLineker previews this weekend's FA Cup quarter-finals, and looks back at the week's main talking points.
1.00 News
1.05 Rugby Union France v Ireland
Live coverage of Ireland's first visit to the French side's new home, the Stade de France in Paris, kickoff 2pm.
Ireland haven't beaten France for 15 years, and they haven't managed a win in Paris since 1972. The home team will be odds-on favourites for their third Five
Nations win, after beating England 24-17 in France, and Scotland 51-16 at
Murrayfield, and there seems to be little the Irish can doto stopthe French completing the next stage of the Grand
Slam and retaining their Five Nations title.
Ireland losttheiropeninggame against
Scotland 16-17 and will almost certainly be fighting Wales for the wooden spoon. Commentary by Nigel Starmer-Smith and Philip Matthews. Subtitled
4.00,4.55 Rugby Union Wales v Scotland
Live coverage of the Lloyds/TSB international at Wembley, kickoff 4pm.
Wales travel to theirtemporary home at
Wembley, duringthe redevelopment of Cardiff Arms Park, lookingfortheir 56th victory in 102 games against Scotland.
Smarting from theirrecord 60-26 hammering by England two weeks ago, Wales will be hoping for a more even contest and a repeat of last season's win at Murrayfield, which could see them move off the bottom of the Five Nations table. Commentary by Bill McLaren and Eddie Butler. Subtitled
4.45 Football Headlines
5.40-6.00 Final Score News and results.
TV presentation (rugby union) Gareth Mainwaring Editor Dave Gordon
Videopluscode for 12.15-6.00 ........
12.15-4.00(notPDC) ....................
4.00-6.00(notPDC) ..............................

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Rider
Unknown: Jonathan Davies
Unknown: Gavin Hastings.
Commentary By: Nigel Starmer-Smith
Commentary By: Philip Matthews.
Commentary By: Bill McLaren
Commentary By: Eddie Butler.
Unknown: Gareth Mainwaring

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