Hugh Mclllvanney , who has been voted Sports Journalist of the Year seven times, reveals those he considers to be the best sports writers of this century and which books he takes on his travels. Producer Julian Wilkinson
led by Canon Noel Vincent , from All Saints' Church, Fawley, near one of the main embarkation points forthe D-Day landings. With the Keble Choir, directed by Gary Philbrick. Organist Christopher Fay. Romans 8. w 35 - 39; Lord of lords and king eternal (Rhuddlan); So they gave their bodies (Peter Aston ); Lord for the years.
Ball-by-ball coverage of the fifth and final day's play in the First Test between England and New Zealand. Commentary is by Jonathan Agnew , Christopher Martin-Jenkins and Bryan Waddle. Expert comment from David Lloyd , Trevor Bailey and Richard Hadlee. Including at
1.00 The World at One as FM
First Round - Midlands and East Anglia. Paul Overall (production manager); Pat Parkin-Moore (state registered nurse); Steve Williams (computer analyst programmer); Tony Garton (local government officer). Producer Richard Edis
A detective series by Michael McStay , with Stephen Thorne as Inspector Coleman and Joe Dunlop as Sergeant Astor. 4:Fools Rush In With Paul Panting and Lyndam Gregory. Music by Stephen Warbeck. Series producer Jane Morgan
by Jennifer Phillips.
Aunt Fanny dies at 93 and bequeaths her house with three sitting tenants - her "ladies" - -to her niece Julia.
Director Richard Wortley
They carry no news but they contain more information on the state of the nation than ever finds its way to a traditional news desk. Attila the Stockbroker takes a look behind the index of the burgeoning free ads papers. Producer Mary Price
A second airing for Whoopi Goldberg 's three-part reading of Alice Walker 's powerful story about the effect on two singers as the music industry's search for a "white man who can sing and dance like a black person" comes to an end. Producer Pam Fraser Solomon
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