Live from Silverstone with Jonathan Legard.
British Grand Prix:
Round 9 of the Formula 1
World Championship with Nigel Mansell going for his fourth Grand Prix win in Britain. Commentary by Simon Taylor , Stirling Moss and Andy Smith.
Plus the Irish Oaks from
The Curragh, cricket scoreboards and the latest from the Tour de France. 0 FEATURE: page 43
The last of ten programmes.
1988 Seoul and Calgary.
Scandal hit the Games as gold medallist
Ben Johnson was disqualified for taking drugs, and at the other extreme ski-jumper Eddie "the Eagle" Edwards became an unlikely superstar.
7.10pm Open University
7.10 Art Works: 7.30 The New
Curiosity Shop: 7.50 Leisure: The Growth of Organised Sport: 8.10 Communication and Education;
8.30 Women's Studies: Writings from the Margin: 8.50 Maths: Matrices and Transformations:
9.10 The Classical Orchestra:
9.30 Developing World.
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