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A Game of Two Halves

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A radio composition evoking the patterns, rhythms and textures of "the beautiful game". Using archive recordings, music and matchday atmosphere, it reflects football's fascination for a nation of spectators. With contributions from composers Michael Nyman (QPR) and Christopher Fox (Liverpool), writers
Sebastian Faulks (West Ham) and Brian Morton (St Mirren) and England team coach Don Howe.

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Nyman
Unknown: Christopher Fox
Unknown: Sebastian Faulks
Unknown: Brian Morton
Unknown: Don Howe.

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A Game of Two Halves

Radio 5, 12 July 1994 21.35






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