The final part of Bev Doyle 's mystery drama.
Alan is determined to find
Paul, the boy he keeps dreaming of. But now
Alan has disappeared and the finger of suspicion is pointing at the eccentric Brunei.
with Eleanor Oldroyd. Featuring the Premier League match between Spurs and Southampton and commentary on the Coca-Cola Cup semi-final first leg between Crystal Palace and Arsenal.
Including a visit to India for news of England's latest tour match, and to Dubai for the golf. Plus news from the world of rugby league and snooker. 0 SPORT: page 10
7.20 Maths Miscellany; 7.40
Fiddling with the Past; 8.00 Arts
Foundation Course: Sullivan: 8.20 At Summer School; 8.40 Issues in Information Technology; 9.00 Open Forum; 9.20 The Widden
Family Centre; 9.40 The Growth of Soccer and Organised Sport
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