My Sporting Journey A new series in which Olympic gold medallist Denise Lewis travels the country to assess the power of sport, its cultural impact and its relevance for British people of all ages. 1: In the City. Lewis visits Birchfield Harriers in Birmingham, the club that led to her Olympic glory. Also, midnight basketball in London and a unique rugby union club inthe centre of Glasgow.
7.30 Electric Journeys - Rubin Carter
Shelagh Fogarty invites the former boxer
Rubin "Hurricane" Carterto surf the web for his favourite sites. (R)
8.00 Sports Review of the Year 2001
Ian Payne looks back overthe highs and lows of a memorable sportingyear, including interviews with the headline makers.
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