direct from the Hippodrome. Golders Green, London
Kenneth Alwyn conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra leader Roy GILLARD
Friday Night's Star Singers PatWhitmore
The Band of the Scots Guards conducted by Major D. Carson Director of Music and The Nigel Brooks Singers Introduced by Robin Boyle Producer BARRY KNIGHT
The world's fastest man over
1500 m - Steve Cram - competes in his native North East in tonight's Kodak Classic Invitation Meeting at
Gateshead. The top class international field also features former Olympic champion Steve Ovett.
Ian Darke commentates, with expert comments from world 5,000m record holder David Moorcroft
Producer JOHN EVANS
3: Binnie Hale
'She had a gift for switching from happiness to sadness and for hiding herself inside a character.'
Presented by Brian Haines with some help from Peter Cotes Script by PETER COTES and BRIAN HAINES
Producer ALAN OWEN (R)
The Awards Ceremony
The last in the present series
A chance for Jeremy to be really embarrassing about everyone and everything.
Plus a lot of thank yous to
BOB SlNFIELD , JOHN LANGDON. PHIL SWERN and JOANNE WATSON and 'Mega Thanks' to You the public for a great series.
Producers ANDY ALIFFE and MARK ROBSON
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