direct from Wembley
Brazil are the visitors tonight and provide top-class friendly opposition for England to test themselves before the Home Internationals and vital World Cup qualifiers against Switzerland and Hungary later this month. Exclusive commentary by ALAN PARRY and PETER JONES on most of the first-half and all of the second, with expert analysis by DENIS LAW. News reports from BRYON BUTLER.
A Radio Sport and OB production
to celebrate Arthur's 80 years, in which he is joined by top stars. newcomers and some old friends. This week: Anthea Askey
The Wurzels.Pat Mooney Bobby Davro
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