The Paradise of Death
Starring Jon Pertwee as Dr Who, Nicholas Courtney as the Brigadier and Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah Jane
Final part: The Gargan has Sarah and Jeremy cornered in its den.
Music: Peter Howell
How will the National
Lottery affect sport?
Michael Parkinson and his team investigate, and preview the weekend's sports action.
And at 8.05 Route 1: USA
Just when everyone thought it was all over, England's World Cup hopes are revived. Each week Jeremy Nicholas follows their progress in the newly created Group G.
Jonathan Legard explores sports issues. Sporting science and the business of sport feature every week, plus the latest news of the European sides preparing for the World Cup, including Route 1: USA in which
Jeremy Nicholas follows the progress of Group G.
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Jon Champion introduces
Radio Five Live's coverage of US 94 with reports on the opening ceremony, news from all six qualifying groups, followed by commentary on the whole of the opening match between defending champions Germany and Bolivia at Soldier Field,
Chicago. And there's Jeremy Nicholas with Route 1: USA
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They think it's all over.... they're right, it is! Jeremy Nicholas relives England's fantastic progress through USA 94. Reminders of the highs and lows, in-depth analysis, out-of-depth interviews. Oh ... and Wales went too.
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