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Wembley and a chance to enter the playoffs with Nicky Campbell playing on the pro-celebrity team prior to the Autoglass Cup Final. Phone [number removed]93. (Local telephone rates apply)
with John Inverdale. Rugby League:
Widnes v Wigan from
Wembley. Commentary by Harry Gration. Rugby Union:
The Pilkington Cup Final from Twickenham.
The Embassy World
Snooker Championships. Cricket:
The Britannic Assurance
Racing from Newmarket: with Peter Bromley.
3.40 The 2.000 Guineas
5.00 Sports Report
Featuring some of the most exciting US gospel choirs, including Los Angeles's First African Methodist Episcopals, Walt Whitman and the Soul Children of Chicago, as well as choirs from South Africa and Ghana.
live from Pebble Mill with Samantha Meah and tonight's co-host David Swift , alias Henry from Drop the Dead Donkey.
Plus: the search continues for weird stories people have heard recently in the "urban legends" spot. A Starward/Ear-to-Ear
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