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A Fortnight at the Crucible

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A review of the 1981 Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship
Steve Davis became World Snooker Champion following an emotion-packed fortnight at the Crucible, Sheffield - a fortnight that now ranks as one of the outstanding events in our sporting calendar.
But it wasn't all about the new king, as David Vine and John Spencer explain in their recollections of the moments that made a fortnight.
Assistant producers
BRIAN ROGERS , RON GUBBA Producer KEITH PHILLIPS

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Davis
Unknown: David Vine
Unknown: John Spencer
Unknown: Brian Rogers
Unknown: Ron Gubba
Producer: Keith Phillips

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A Fortnight at the Crucible

BBC Two England, 27 December 1981 14.35






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