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The Change the World Party


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to mark the global launch of Sport Aid 88
Floella Benjamin and Gary Davies are the party hosts at QPR's stadium with Janice Long and Simon Bates from Radio 1 and Carolyn Marshall and Jake Abraham from It's Wicked!
The line-up of bands includes Curiosity Killed the Cat ABC, Wet Wet Wet
Pepsi and Shirlie, Erasure Labi Siffre , Then Jericho Princess and Paul King
Many other star names will be appearing to give their support to children in need everywhere. Ron Pickering will be commentating from Rome as the Sport Aid 88 flame is lit, and John Craven , with two of the winners of the Newsround
Newshound competition will be reporting from Zimbabwe. An IT'S WICKEDl/SPORT AID 88 production
BBC North West
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Unknown: Floella Benjamin
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Unknown: Erasure Labi Siffre
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The Change the World Party

BBC Two England, 6 September 1987 18.50

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