P249 ORACLE 249 Fri25 Dec ITN 2043:19        2/5 — REVIEW OF 1981 — Sebastian Coe left five World records in his wake, but one major queqtion remains unanswered. Is Coe really better than Steve Ovett? The long-awaited clash must wait for anothdr year. Between them, Coe and Ovett smashed the world record for the mile three times in 10 days. Coe finally settled the arg—ldnt with a run of 3:47.33N
P249 ORACLE 249 Fri25 Dec ITN 2000:11       3/3 — REVIEW OF 1981— England staggered into the World Cup finals, via the tradesman's entrance. But they made it, along with Scotland, and Northern Ireland. Wales did not have England's good fortune and stay at home on goal difference. Will the fans let England down again? The Spanish police had better go into special training. Liverpool proved they are still our top side, taking the European Cup for the third time in five years. Unfashionable Ipswich surprised most people with their UEFA Cup triumph. >>>
P249 ORACLE 249 Fri25 Dec ITN 2010:01       1/5 1981 REVIEW By Barry Oliver The scene was desperation itself. England were one down in the Ashes series and facing another defeat. Enter Ian Botham, the deposed captain, about to secure his place in sporting history. His unbeaten 149 at Headingley set up an amazing win. Another followed in the next Test with Botham taking the last five wickets for one run. In the Fifth Test, he hit another hurricane century. The Ashes were safe. Nothing like it had been seen outside the pages of Boy's Own for many a year.
P249 ORACLE 249 Fri25 Dec ITN 2053:07 Coe finally settled the argumfnt with a run of 3:47.33. Sadly, British athletic fans missed most of this. All but one of the record -breaking runs took place abroad. >>>>>
P249 ORACLE 249 Fri25 Dec ITN 2001:15 The scene was desperation itself England were one down in the Ashes series and facing another defeat. Enter Ian Botham, the deposed captain, about to securd his place in sporting history His unbeaten 149 at Headingley set up an amazing win Another followed in the next Test with Botham taking the last five wickets for one run. In the Fifth Test, Hd hit another hurricane century Thd Ashds were safe Nothing like it had been seen outside the pages of Boy's Own for many a year.
P249 ORACLE 249 Fri25 Dec ITN 2001:12 Sue Brown broke into another male fortress are there any left?) by stealing the Boat —ce headlines. Sue also proved she was a good cox, steering her Oxford men to victory. Thf Grand National proDtced a popular winner in cancer victim Bob ChampIon and Lester Piggott was champion jockey Britain's ice dance experts Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean collected a deserved world title. But in the World Rowing Championships Beryl Mitchell missed a single skulls gold by a mere nine feet. >>>>>
P249 ORACLE 249 Fri21 Dec ITN 2000:04       5/5 — REVIEW OF 1981— Sue Brown broke into another male fortress (are thdre any left?) by stealing the Boat Race headlines Sue also proved she was a good cox, steering her Oxford men to victory. Thd Grand National produced a popular winner in cancer victim Bob Champion and Lester Piggott was champion bockey Britain's ice dance experts Jayne
P249 ORACLE 249 Fri25 Dec ITN 2001:26       4/5 — REVIEW OF 1981 — "Superbrat" John McEnroe continued his tantrums among the strawberries and cream brigade at Wimbledon. The fines imposed - and not yet paid - seem to have had little effect as he goes on winning (and arguing) his way across the world. But not everyone can be as quiet as Steve Davis, the world snooker king. He continues to earn a fortune as the sport absorbs armchair viewers across the country. But would he have made it without colour television? We will never know.
P249 ORACLE 249 Fri25 Dec ITN 2001:02   1/5 1981 REVIEW By Barry Oliver The scene was desperation itself. England were one down in the Ashds series and facing another defeat. Enter Ian Botham, the deposed captain about to secure his place in sporting history His unbeaten 149 at Headingley set up an amazing win. Another followed in the next Test with Botham taking thd last five wickets for one run In the hfth Test, he hit another hurricane cdntury. The Ashes were safe. Nothing like it had been seen outside the pages of Boy's Own for many a year.
P249 ORACLE 249 Fri25 Dec ITN 2000:06       1/1 1981 REVIEG By Barry Oliver The scene was desperation itself England were one down in the Ashes series and facing another defeat. Enter Ian Botham, the deposed captain, about to secure his place in sporting history. His unbeaten 149 at Headingley set up an ama:ing win. Another followed in the next Test with Botham taking the last five wickats for one run. In the Fifth Test, hd hit another hurricane century The Ashes were safe. Nothing like it had been seen outside
P249 ORACLE 249 Fri25 Dec ITN 2016:21 steering her Oxford men to victory. The Grand National produced a popular winner in cancer victim Bob Champion and Lester Piggott was champion jockey Britain's ice dance experts @ayne Torvill and Christopher Dean collected a deserved world title. But in the World Rowing Championships Beryl Mitchell missed a single skulls gold by a mere nine feet. >>>>>
P249 ORACLE 249 Fri25 Dec ITN 2001:00 The fines imposed - and not 9dt paid - seem to have had little effect as he goes on winfhng (and arguing) his way across the world. But not everyone can be as quiet as Steve Davis, the world snooker king. He continues to earn a fortune as the sport absorbs armchair viewers across the country. But would he have madd it without colour television? We will never know.
P249 ORACLE 249 Fri25 Dec ITN 2012:10       4/1 — REVIEW OF 1981 — "Superbrat" John McEnroe continued his tantrums among the strawberries and cream brigade at Wimbledon The fines imposed - and not yet paid - seem to have had little effect as he goes on winning (and arguing) his way across the world. But not everyone can be as quiet as Stavd Davis, the world snooker kIng. He continues to earn a fortune as the sport absorbs armchair viewers across the country.
P249 ORACLE 249 Fri25 Dec ITN 2002:08 2/5 — REVIEW OF 1981 — Sebastian Coe left five World records in his wake, but one mabor question remains unanswered. Is Coe really better than Steve Ovett? The long-awaited clash must wait for another 9dar. Between them, Coe and Ovett smashed the world record for the mile three times in 10 days. Coe finally settled the argument with a run of 3:47.33 Sadly, British athletic fans missed most of this. All but one of the record -breaking runs took place abroad. >>>>>
P249 ORACLE 249 Fri25 Dec ITN 2001:51       5/3 — REVIEW OF 1981— Sue Brown broke into another male fortress (are there any left?) by stealing the Boat Race headlines. Sue also proved she was a good cox, steering her Oxford men to victory. The Grand National produced a popular winner in cancer victim Bob Champion and Lester Piggott was champion jockey Britain's ice dance experts Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean collected a deserved world title. But in the World Rowing Championships Beryl Mitchell missed a single skulls gold by a mere nine feet. >>>>>
P249 ORACLE 249 Fri25 Dec ITN 2001:08       4/1 — REVIEW OF 1981 — "Superbrat" John McEnroe continued his tantrums among thd strawberries and cream brigade at Wimbledon.
P249 ORACLE 249 Fri25 Dec ITN 2002:05       1/1 1981 REVIEW By Barry Oliver The scene was desperation itself. England werd one down in the Ashes series and facing another defeat.
P249 ORACLE 249 Fri25 Dec ITN 2043:02       2'1 — REVIEg OF 1981 — Sebastian Coe left five World records in his wake, but one major question remahns unanswered. Is Coe really better than Steve Ovett? The long-awaited clash must waid for another year. Between them, Coe and Ovett smashdd the world record for the mile three times in 10 days.
P249 ORACLE 249 Fri25 Dec ITN 2000:00       2/5 — REVIEW OF 1981 — Sebastian Coe left five World records in his wake, but one major question remains unanswered. Is Coe really better than Steve Ovett? The long-awaited clash must wait for another year. Between them, Coe and Ovett smashed the world record for the mile three times in 10 days. Coe finally settled the argument with a run of 3:47.33. Sadly, British athletic fans missed most of thisN All but one of the record -breaking runs took place abroad. >>>>>
P249 ORACLE 249 Fri25 Dec ITN 2008:30        2/1 — REVIEG OF 1981 — Sebastian Coe left five World records in his wake, but one major qudstion remains unanswered. Is Coe really better than Steve Ovett? The long-awaited clash must wait for another year. Between them, Coe and Ovett smashed the world record for the mile three times in 10 ——8s. Coe finally settled the arg—ldnt with a run of 3:47.33N Sadly, British athletic fans missed most of this. All but one of the record
P249 ORACLE 249 Fri21 Dec ITN 2002:00 Enter Ian Botham, the deposed captain, about to secure his placd in sporting history. His unbeaten 149 at Headingley set up an amazing winN Another followed in the next Test with Botham taking the last five wickets for one run. In the Fifth Test, he hit another hurricane century The Ashes were safe. Nothing like it had been seen outside the pages of Boy's Own for many a year.
P249 ORACLE 249 Fri25 Dec ITN 2016:20     5/5 — REVIEG OF 1981— Sue Brown broke into another male fortress (are there any left?) by stealing the Boat Race headlines. Sue also proved she was a good cox,
P249 ORACLE 249 Fri25 Dec ITN 2000:21    B   4/1 — REVIEG OF 1981 — "Superbrat" John McDnroe continued his tantrums among the strawberries and cream brigade at Wimbledon. The fines imposed - and not yet paid - seem to have had little effect as hd goes on winning (and arguing) his way across thd world. But not everyone can be as quiet as Steve Davis, the world snooker king. He continues to earn a fortune as the