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Six Nations Grandstand

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Presented by John Inverdale.
1.05 Rugby League Highlights from yesterday's World Club
Challenge game between Leeds Rhinos and Canterbury Bulldogs.
1.30,2.50 Rugby Union France v Scotland The opening Six
J Nations match (kick-off 2.00) with Scotland's coach
Matt Williams hoping his team can upset the odds against last season's Grand Slam winners. Nick Mullins and Andy Nicol commentate.
Plus from 4.00, Steve Rider is in Cardiff to look ahead to this evening's clash between Wales and England, beginning at 5.15pm.
2.45 Around the Grounds
3.45 Football Half-Times
Producer Jonathan Bramley ; Editor
Carl Hicks BBCi: digital viewers can access interactive Six Nations options via their TV handset plus, from 2.45, Score Interactive Six Nations preview: page 33

Contributors

Presented By: John Inverdale.
Unknown: Matt Williams
Unknown: Nick Mullins
Unknown: Andy Nicol
Unknown: Steve Rider
Producer: Jonathan Bramley
Editor: Carl Hicks

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Six Nations Grandstand

BBC One London, 5 February 2005 13.00






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