with Diana Madill , plus
Professor Heinz Wolff on the benefit of space travel. Including at 8.35 a topical discussion and phone-in.
And, after the 11.00 News, Natural History A weekly look at conservation.
Phone 0[number removed].
A busy night of football, including any FA Cup quarter-final replays there may be, Nottingham Forest v Leeds in the Premiership, and plenty of action in the Endsleigh League. Plus an important match at the bottom of the Scottish
Premier Division with Partick Thistle taking on Aberdeen.
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