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ITV TV Times for the same week.

ITV's commentators in Mexico were Martin Tyler, Peter Brackley, John Helm and Gerry Harrison. Brian Moore presented the programmes from a studio in London but flew out to Mexico at the very end of the tournament to commentate on the final. Jock Brown voiced the Scotland games for viewers in the STV and Grampian regions. ITV's co-commentators were Ron Atkinson, David Pleat and Billy McNeill.
The round-up programmes were presented by Ian St John with Jimmy Greaves.

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This week in 1985.
The Ashes Series was imminent.i loved those days of Test Cricket on the BBC. Richie, Jim Laker with Peter West presenting.

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This week in 1985.
The Ashes Series was imminent.i loved those days of Test Cricket on the BBC. Richie, Jim Laker with Peter West presenting.

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We were winning too! (y)
 

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This week in 1985.
The Ashes Series was imminent.i loved those days of Test Cricket on the BBC. Richie, Jim Laker with Peter West presenting.

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Also the small photo showing a scene from the really good Aussie Bodyline drama that the BBC showed, The infamous 1932-33 Ashes tour when England played this Bodyline tactic that caused real ructions back then and was even spoken about in Parliament.
 

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Also the small photo showing a scene from the really good Aussie Bodyline drama that the BBC showed, The infamous 1932-33 Ashes tour when England played this Bodyline tactic that caused real ructions back then and was even spoken about in Parliament.
It was indeed, an excellent series. The only downside being the actors were rubbish at cricket.
 
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It was indeed, an excellent series. The only downside being the actors were rubbish at cricket.
As with most sporting drama's
 

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It was indeed, an excellent series. The only downside being the actors were rubbish at cricket.
Talking of cricket series , anyone watch Outside Edge with Timothy Spall way back when? Cricket based comedy and very good.
 

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Also the small photo showing a scene from the really good Aussie Bodyline drama that the BBC showed, The infamous 1932-33 Ashes tour when England played this Bodyline tactic that caused real ructions back then and was even spoken about in Parliament.
I made a point of ignoring that Bodyline series when it appeared on TV. I was sure it would only make me angry!
 

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I made a point of ignoring that Bodyline series when it appeared on TV. I was sure it would only make me angry!
It's well worth digging it out from somewhere.
 

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Talking of cricket series , anyone watch Outside Edge with Timothy Spall way back when? Cricket based comedy and very good.
Such a good cast as well with Josie Lawrence, Brenda Blethyn and Robert Daws.
 
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