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Desmond Michael Lynam, OBE (born 17 September 1942) is an Irish-born British television and radio presenter. In a broadcasting career spanning more than forty years, he has hosted television coverage of many of the world's major sporting events, presenting Grandstand, Match of the Day, Wimbledon, the Grand National, Sportsnight, the World Cup and Olympic Games, as well as presenting non-sporting programmes such as Holiday, How Do They Do That? and Countdown.
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|A3||–Wimbledon Choral Society||Pavane By Faure (Football Re-mix)
Arranged By – Elizabeth Parker
NotesKipling's poem with the BBC World Cup '98 Theme - Pavane.
All poems read by Des Lynam.
Plays same both sides
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- Barcode: 5035509600647
|WMSS6006-2||Des Lynam||If (CD)||BBC Music||WMSS6006-2||UK||1998|