John Inverdale and the team present coverage of day two at Wimbledon, as Jana Novotna begins the defence of her title. With commentators Richard
Evans, lain Carter,
Tony Adamson and Clare Balding, and experts Frew McMillan , Christine Janes ,
Peter McNamara , Annabel Croft and Mark Petchey.
Including 7.00 News Extra with David McNeil.
Jim White asks guests from the world of sport how they would like to be remembered, professionally and personally. Tonight, round-the-world yachtswoman Tracy Edwards enters into the spirit of being temporarily deceased, settles some old scores and speculates on what her colleagues will say about her. # Roland White : Review, page 135
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