Harry Carpenter, Martin Peters , David Attenborough, Anne Jones, Brian Cowgill, Alec Weeks, Anita Lonsbrough, Tony Lewis , Jimmy Hill, David Vine, Henry Cooper and David Hemery recall how sport itself was transformed by a revolution in broadcasting.
Gospel great Mavis Staples , composer Jimmy Webb , folkstress Kate Rusby , Scottish singer/songwriter
Karine Polwart and success story KT Tunstall are among highlights of this year's festival, the 41st. at Cherry Hinton
Hall in Cambridge. Mark Raddiffe and Verity Sharp host. New.
the Violent Coast: 2/2.
A one-legged football team, a chart-topping rapper, stoned child soldiers and uneasy peacekeepers are among the sights when Ben Anderson continues his journey along the west coast of Africa to Liberia and Sierra Leone
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