with John Inverdale. Focus of attention today at the All England Club are the men's quarter-finals.
Commentary by David Mercer , Richard Evans and Tony Adamson , with David Lloyd ,
Frew McMillan and Fred Perry. Sports news on the hour.
Concluding part of Douglas Hill 's story.
A Cure for the Wound?
Jarral and his friends have reached the city of the Poisoner, but the boy has only two days to live unless they can get hold of the poisoned blade.
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