Northern Soul. Fact or Fiction? An investigation of Northern Soul, with the voices of the jocks who play it. the customers who dance to it and the records themselves: including 808 RELF, THE CASUALEERS and JACKIE WILSON.
Introduced by PAUL BURNETT Written and researched by FRANK ELSON. Producer TONY HALE (Manchester)
Last in the present series, introduced by John Dunn. Today's sport at home and overseas, including:
Motor Sport: a report on the International Motor Cycle Grand Prix at Thruxton.
Cycling: HUGH PORTER reports on the Stevenage Professional Road Race near Hertford.
Rugby League: results and details of the day's programme from MICHAEL BETTS in Manchester.
Plus the best of Sunday Sport 1975 - look back at the highlights of a great summer of sport with some of the personalities involved, with ALAN PAS COE, the European 400 metres hurdle champion, among the star guests.
A Radio Sports Unit production
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