with John Inverdale and Frances Edmonds.
What would you do if you were confronted by a hungry
Tyrannosaurus Rex in a lockedroom with only a mouse-trap and a poster of Kylie Minogue to assist you? Phone in and suggest your own way out on [number removed]. (Local telephone rates apply)
No Pets Allowed
Written by Rhodri Jones. The second of five stories about life on the big city streets.
Leroy Brown is a real city boy who can handle anything that comes his way. Or he thinks he can until he meets a very persistent dog with a curl in its tail and the loudest bark he's ever heard in his life. Even worse the dog just won't go away. Read by Danny John-Jules .
with Jonathan Legard. A chance to assess possible candidates for next season's Premier
League, with commentary on one of tonight's
Barclays League First
Division games and latest scores on all the others.
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