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Sportsnight

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 Harry Carpenter
The European Figure
Skating Championships from Dortmund
JAYNE TORVILL and CHRISTOPHER DEAN start their defence of the championship in today's three compulsory dances. Tonight's main event is the Pairs free skating which is usually dominated by East German and Soviet skaters, but British champions SUSAN GARLAND and LAN JENKINS hope to improve on last year's sixth position. Coverage also of the Ladies' short programme in which KAREN WOOD competes.
Commentator ALAN WEEKS
The ' Busby Babes ': 25 years ago this week, Britain lost one of its greatest football teams when an aeroplane crashed at Munich. DUNCAN EDWARDS, ROGER BYRNE and TOMMY TAYLOR were among the eight members of Manchester United's championship winning team who lost their lives, along with three club officials and eight journalists. BARRY DAVIES remembers a team that was called the 'Busby Babes', and seeks out those who survived that terrible ordeal.
Television presentation:
Skating WEST GERMAN TELEVISION SERVICE Producer ROGER MOODY Editor HAROLD ANDERSON
(Cobby Charlton is the subject of a colour feature in next week's RADIO TIMES)

Contributors

Introduced By: Harry Carpenter
Unknown: Jayne Torvill
Unknown: Susan Garland
Unknown: Roger Byrne
Unknown: Tommy Taylor
Unknown: Barry Davies
Editor: Harold Anderson
Unknown: Cobby Charlton






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