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I First of four stories I featuring the world's nuttiest inventor, written by Norman Hunter and read by Dinsdale Landen.
1: Professor Branestawm round the Bend. The professor has a slight accident with one of his inventions and hurts his foot.
Abridged by David Self
Presented by Jon Champion. This week Peter Slater looks at the Great Match between
Newcastle United and Ujpest Dosza in the 1969 Fairs Cup. At 8.00 full coverage of West Ham v Manchester
City in their Carling Premiership match.
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