Presented by Jim Lloyd with The Yetties in concert,
Martin Carthy and Chris Wood with news from the RSC,
Danny Carnahan and Robin Petrie , and The Fastest Bat Producer GEOFFREY HEWITT BBC Birmingham
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Presented by Jeff Stelling There are nine third-round games in the Littlewoods Challenge Cup tonight.
At Selhurst Park, CRYSTAL PALACE face Brian dough's NOTTINGHAM FOREST; holders OXFORD UNITED play SHEFFIELD UNITED.
Second-half commentary on one of the games, with news of the others.
Producer ROB HASTIE
Tony Davis , Mick Groves , Cliff Hall and Hugh Jones with John McCormick (bass) sing some songs and tell the odd story - in the company of a few friends, including tonight's special guest Dave Swarbrick. Producer JOHN FAWCETT WILSON
Lord Murray of Epping Forest, better known to millions as Len Murray , past General Secretary of the TUC, talks to Peter Haigh and recalls his early days in Shropshire, gaining a degree at Oxford '1 only took two years because 1 was in a hurry', his days at the TUC and his continuing support of the Methodist Church.
Producer DAVID WELSBY BBC Birmingham
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