Dr Stephen Marsh of the Wye Foundation tells Nick Fisher how the charitable trust has been working to restore to its former glory the River Wye, once the finest salmon river in England and Wales, afteryears of neglect.
Presented by Mark Pougatch , live from Old
Trafford, where England seek victory over Greece to confirm their place in next year's
World Cup finals. Also, news and coverage of Scotland v Latvia, Wales v Belarus, Malta v Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland v Cyprus. Plus a full rundown of all the day's other qualifying matches across Europe, commentary on the Tote Cambridgeshire at Newmarket - one of the year's major betting races - and the latest news from rugby union's Heineken Cup. Sport: page 24
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