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introduced by Sue Barker and Claire Balding from Aintree.
12.30 Football Focus Ray Stubbs looks ahead to tomorrow's FA Cup semi-finals as Tottenham, Arsenal, Liverpool and second division Wycombe Wanderers play for a place in the final at
Cardiff's Millennium Stadium.
1.10 Grand National Bulld-Up Sue Barker and Claire Balding provide all the build-up to this year's race, the 154th Grand National. This year's event promises to be just as dramatic as the last when Papillon landed the biggest gamble in the history of the race, beating Mely Moss by a length-and-a-quarter. (S)
1.45 Racing from Aintree Three races set the scene for the biggest horse race of them all, including the 1.45 and 2.20 and the Martell Aintree Hurdle at
2.55 -the top hurdle race of the meeting and one of the biggest on the racing calendar.
3.45 Martell Grand National One of the most memorable sporting occasions of the year returns with what is sure to be another top race. Last year it was a father and son combination that won the day with trainer
Ted Walsh seeing his son Ruby ride Papillon to victory. The eyes of the nation once again turn to Aintree to see who will be successful in 2001. Commentary from Jim McGrath , Richard Pitman ,
Peter Scudamore , Tony O'Hehir , John Hanmer and Angus Loughran. (S)
4.10 The Re-run.... Where Did Your Money Go?
Grandstand's review team evaluates the whole race and provides a check on where your horse finished, fell or pulled up. (S)
4.45 Final Score A roundup of today's sporting action.
Executive producer Martin Hopkins
Editor Carl Hicks (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/grandnational Sport: page 48
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