including the European Athletics Championships from Stuttgart.
Today it should be Coe v Cram in the 800m final, with Kathy Cook in the 400m looking for yet another major medal. IAN DARKE and BOB PHILLIPS commentate.
Including at 6.45 on MWonly
Sport and Classified Results
Paul Jones , former front man with Manfred Mann and the Blues Band, recalls the arrival of R and B from America in the 60s, and plays some classic tracks from THE ANIMALS. RORY
GALLAGHER, FATS DOMINO. CHUCK BERRY and many more. Producer DAVE SHANNON BBC Manchester (R)
9.55 Sports Desk
6: Dead Men Don Eat Pilchards Written by LAURIE ROWLEY Starring Roy Hudd
Plus many other unbelievable roles, in the last programme of the series.
Producer JONATHAN JAMES-MOORE (Re-broadcast next Saturday)
Jimmy Young/The Godfather:
The weekly film magazine, presented by Nick Jackson. This week, Roy Pickard presents his book review, including new releases on Fred Astaire , Woody Allen , and A Cast of Killers - the new
Hollywood mystery expose. Written and compiled by TOM HUTCHINSON
Producer GRAHAM FROST
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