Presenter Bryon Butler.
Northern Ireland's World Cup future depends on their encounter with England at Wembley. A win or even a draw will guarantee their place in the finals, but defeat could let in Romania, who play Turkey today.
Commentary on the whole match at Wembley Stadium from Peter Jones, Alan Green and Martin O'Neill, who captained the Irish in the 1982 World Cup finals.
Last in the series Episode 40 starring
With special guest appearance by Charles Gray as C. B. Scargill Other parts played by STEVE HODSON
PHIL NICE. PAUL SHEARER
NICK MALONEY and HELEN LEDERER Adapted from the Daily Mirror cartoon by BILL TIDY and JOHN JUNKIN Producer ALAN NIXON
Wally,the Duke of Pimbo and Billinge:
Jeremy Nicholas with his second look at 100 years of British songwriting, helped this week by words and music from, among others,
DOUGLAS BYNG , INSTANT SUNSHINE and RONNIE BARKER
Producer IAN GARDHOUSE (First broadcast on Radio 4)
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