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Great North Run

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.
Live coverage from Tyne and Wear as the world's biggest half-marathon - starting at Newcastle and ending on the coast at South Shields - celebrates its guarter-century.
At 10.10, the wheelchair race sets off, with the spotlight once again on Tanni Grey-Thompson . The women's elite race, under way at 10.15, features Olympic and world marathon silver medallist Catherine Ndereba , and last year's runner-up Edith Masai. And at 10.40 the men's elite race pits marathon world record holder Paul Tergat against defending champion Dejene Berhanu and talented Briton Jon Brown. Among the celebrity entrants is rugby's Jonathan Davies , who's aiming to beat the event's individual fund-raising record. With Sue Barker. Highlights are at 6.15pm on BBC2. Editor Dave Gordon

Contributors

Unknown: Tanni Grey-Thompson
Unknown: Catherine Ndereba
Unknown: Edith Masai.
Unknown: Paul Tergat
Unknown: Dejene Berhanu
Unknown: Jon Brown.
Unknown: Jonathan Davies
Editor: Dave Gordon

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