with Eleanor Oldroyd. 3rd Cornhill Test -
England v Pakistan.
Commentary on the fourth day's play at Old Trafford by Brian Johnston ,
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by Stephen Sheridan.
Although Sophie Bagstock has always longed for a pet, she has never been allowed to have one. When one day she finds an elephant that has escaped from the circus, she thinks her dreams have come true. There is only one problem....
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