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Sport on 5 with Ian Payne


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Ian Payne and Louise Minchin with all the latest sports news.

7.35 Any Sporting Questions?
John Inverdale visits Pontypridd Rugby Club where a live audience challenges a celebrity panel including Joe Calzaghe, Ieuan Evans, Bobby Gould and Jon Callard, over the latest sporting issues.

9.00 Yes, Yes, Yes!
John Rawling recalls some of sport's greatest finishes. 5: Through Hell and High Water. In 1976 Formula One champ Niki Lauda survived a horrific crash and went on, six weeks later in Japan, to compete against James Hunt.

9.30 The Score
Wendy Douglas and Brendan Coogan present the youth culture programme.


Unknown: Ian Payne
Unknown: Louise Minchin
Unknown: John Inverdale
Unknown: Joe Calzaghe
Unknown: Ieuan Evans
Unknown: Bobby Gould
Unknown: Jon Callard
Unknown: John Rawling
Unknown: James Hunt.
Unknown: Wendy Douglas
Unknown: Brendan Coogan

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Sport on 5 with Ian Payne

Radio 5, 1 February 2001 19.00

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