This week's show comes direct from Belfast, where the special guest for the whole evening is
Ian Botham , who takes time off from his latest long distance charity walk. He reflects on England's triumphant winter tour, looks forward to life with a new county and to a very busy weekend of sport with the rescheduled Rugby Union Five Nations Championship matches and, of course, the Grand National.
Producer MICK WILKOJC
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