Yes, it's Brucie with another burst of brilliance from
Birmingham! He'll be setting up his stall alongside the immortals of the motor trade and invites you to join him.
This offer lasts for one day only. Salesman GEOFF MULLIN
Featuring successful people now reaching their 70s.
This week Peter Haigh 's guest is Harold 'Dickie' Bird, Test and International Cricket Umpire, who recalls his ambitions to be a footballer, his move to cricket, his playing days with Yorkshire and the morning he arrived at the Oval at 6.30 am to umpire his first county match - which began at 11.30.
Producer DAVID WELSBY BBC Birmingham
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