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Grandstand

Synopsis

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Introduced by Steve Rider from Wembley.
10.55,1.40 World Snooker
Latest action from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield. Barring a first round upset, 1991 champion John Parrott should be playing the final frames in his second round tie against Dave Harold or Neal Foulds, and Steve Davis should be facing Terry Griffiths.
Commentary by Ted Lowe, Clive Everton and Ray Edmonds. Coverage continues at
4.30pm on BBC2.
12.00,4.30 Motor Racing
Live coverage of qualifying for tomorrow's European Grand Prix from the Nurburgring in Germany, with championship leader Damon Hill aiming for his fifth successive victory.
Commentary by Murray Walker, Jonathan Palmer and Tony Jardine. The Grand Prix can be seen live tomorrow in Sunday Grandstand at 12.35pm on BBC2.
1.05 News
1.10 Football Focus Gary Lineker reflects on the week's internationals, including England's match against Croatia - a warm-up fixture for the European Championships. Plus, a preview of the weekend's key FA Premiership action.
1.55 Rugby League: Bradford Bulls v St Helens
Live coverage of the Challenge
Cup final from Wembley (kick-off 2.30pm). Commentary by Ray French, Joe Lydon, Steve Simms and Richard Duckenfield. See today's choices.
4.40 Final Score
Television presentation (rugby league) Malcolm Kemp
Editor Dave Gordon

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Rider from Wembley.
Unknown: John Parrott
Unknown: Dave Harold
Unknown: Neal Foulds
Unknown: Steve Davis
Unknown: Terry Griffiths.
Commentary By: Ted Lowe
Commentary By: Clive Everton
Commentary By: Ray Edmonds.
Leader: Damon Hill
Commentary By: Murray Walker
Commentary By: Jonathan Palmer
Commentary By: Tony Jardine.
Unknown: Gary Lineker
Commentary By: Ray French
Commentary By: Joe Lydon
Commentary By: Steve Simms
Commentary By: Richard Duckenfield.
Unknown: Malcolm Kemp
Editor: Dave Gordon

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