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Gower's Cricket Monthly


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David Gower 's news, interviews and features magazine programme returns to reflect upon the serious and light-hearted issues from the cricket world.
This season's regular new items include typically forthright views from Geoffrey Boycott on the issues of the month, and one player's video diary that provides a unique record of the events behind closed doors in a county cricket club. The first man behind the camera is Dermot Reeve , captain of county champions Warwickshire.
The programme also talks to
Ray Illingworth , Mike Atherton and David Lloyd about the possible paths to success ahead forthe beleaguered English cricket team after a disappointing winter on tour; news of the intriguing ways some cricketers fill the long close season, a review of the dramatic climax to the recent one-day World Cup, and the important changes affecting the new domestic season.
Producer Philip Bernie


Unknown: David Gower
Unknown: Geoffrey Boycott
Unknown: Dermot Reeve
Unknown: Ray Illingworth
Unknown: Mike Atherton
Unknown: David Lloyd
Producer: Philip Bernie

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Gower's Cricket Monthly

BBC Two England, 22 April 1996 19.20

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