With. Sybil Ruscoe.
Including the guest of the day. 2.55 20th-century
Vox People's memories of the century. Plus at
3.15 Actuality A mini-documentary getting to the heart of issues affecting ordinary people.
Simon Mann continues his series remembering the tough guys of football in the sixties and seventies.
2: Nobby Stiles - who helped England win the World Cup despite calls that he should be dropped because of his "tough tackling". His reputation spread far and wide and in Argentina he was known as "El Bandido".
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