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|Catalogue number||REC 29|
|Title||Highlights from 21 years of BBC sports reports|
|Cover condition||Very Good Plus|
|Record condition||Near mint|
|BBC records label code||A|
|Label||BBC Radio Enterprises|
|Distributed / printed by||Garrod & Lofthouse International Limited, London|
|Media genre||Sport View all other tracks listed as Sport.|
|Run-off codes / Shop bar codes||RE 29 - 1 BBC G|
RE 29 - 2 BBC 1 G
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| The voices heard:|
Sir Donald Bradman
Sir Matt Busby
Sir Learie Constantine
Colonel Harry Llewellyn
Sir Gordon Richards
Sir Stanley Rous
The events covered:
1948 Test Match: England v Australia
1949 The Boat Race
1950 The Great West Indies
1951 Randolph Turpins beats Sugar Rsy Robinson
- Reg Harris wins World Cycling title
1952 Helsinki Olympics: Zatopek and Britain's Show Jumping team
1953 Sir Stanley Matthews' F. A. Cup medal
- Sir Gordon Richards' Derby
- England regain the Ashes
1954 The Four-Minute mile
- Chataway beats Kutz
- Drobny wins Wimbledon
1955 The maximum 147 break by Joe Davis
1956 Jim Laker's 19 wickets against Australia
1957 Britain win the Ryder Cup
1958 Barbarians' tour of South Africa
- Pat Smyths wins Queen Elizabeth II Gold Cup
1959 Billy Wright's 100th cap
1960 Rome Olympics: Muhammad Ali and Anita Lonsbrough
- John Surtees' third win in Senior T. T.
1961 Tottenham Hotspur's League and Cup double
- Angela Mortimer wins Wimbledon Singles against Christine Truman
1962 Sir Stanley Rous becomes president of F. I. F. A.
Richard Sharp's try at Twickenham
- Henry Cooper v Muhammad Ali
1964 Tokyo Olympics: Mary Rand's long-jump win
- Arkle beats Mill House
1965 Andy Hancock's try at Twickenham
- Jim Clark wins British Grand Prix
- Tom Simpson wins World Road Race title
1966 World Cup Final - England v West Germany
1967 Henry Cooper the longest reigning British Heavyweight Champion
- Celtic win the European Cup
1968 Manchester United win the European Cup
- Mexico Olympics: David Hemery and Bob Beamon
1969 21 years of Sports Report: Eamonn Andrews
Written and produced by Angus Mackay
Narrated by Vincent Duggleby
Research by Robert Burrows and Roger MacDonald
A Sports Report Production - with acknowledgements to colleagues of Outside Broadcasts Department and Radio Production Services.
First broadcast Jan 4th 1969 and Feb 8th 1969
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