A specially extended programme to bring coverage of the second leg of the Coca-Cola Cup semi-final at Elland Road between Leeds
United and Birmingham City. Leeds have a 2-1 lead from the first leg a fortnight ago. That's followed by commentary on the FA
Carling Premiership match involving Bolton Wanderers and Manchester United.
Plus regular reports on Aberdeen v Rangers in the Bells Scottish Premier
Division, and news of the day's other sporting action from around the world, including a look back at
England's World Cup cricket match against South Africa.
Ted Harrison introduces the third of an eight-part series looking at religious basics in Britain today.
3: Visions and Wonders. In the Roman Catholic Church, thousands of the faithful still prefer signs and wonders to the new reformed ideas and seek out visions of the Virgin Mary and miraculous statues.
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