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Sunday Grandstand with Rugby Special

on BBC Two England

With Steve Rider.

Provisional Timetable:
12.00 Motor racing
2.00 Athletics
2.15 Bowls
4.15 Athletics
5.00 Rugby Special
6.00 Athletics

Motor Racing
South African Grand Prix, live from Kyalami. The last time this race was held, in 1985, Britain's Nigel Mansell was victorious in a Williams.
Sport: page 12

Athletics
Action from the European Indoor Championship in Genoa, Italy. Including sprinting, jumping and long-distance running finals. Britain won two gold medals in the championship two years ago: Linford Christie in the 60m and Tom McKean in the 800m.

Bowls
Singles final of the Midland Bank World Indoor Championships, from the Guild Hall, Preston. The singles title has never been won by a player from outside the British Isles.

Rugby Special: Orrell v Leicester
After a seven-week break for internationals and cup matches, First Division leaders Orrell resume their Courage League campaign. Leicester, currently in fifth position, should provide a stiff challenge. Introduced by Chris Rea.

Contributors

Presenter:
Steve Rider
Commentary (Motor Racing):
Murray Walker
Commentary (Motor Racing):
James Hunt.
Commentary (Athletics):
David Coleman
Commentary (Athletics):
Brendan Foster
Commentary (Athletics):
Stuart Storey
Commentary (Athletics):
Paul Dickenson.
Commentary (Bowls):
David Rhys
Commentary (Bowls):
Jimmy Davidson.
Presenter (Rugby Special):
Chris Rea.
Commentary (Rugby Special):
Nigel Starmer-Smith
Producer (Rugby Special):
Johnnie Watherston
Editor, Grandstand:
Dave Gordon

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