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Whatever happened to this? I only saw 2 or 3 episodes then BBC Started moving it all around the schedules and was never to be seen again. Did it come to a premature end? What I saw of it I loved. It wasn't a laugh-a-minute programme but however it was very imaginative, entertaining and well-made. Neil Pearson was great in it as he so often is (see Drop the Dead Donkey) and there were some good cameos. Trevor's World of Sport will go down in the archives as a forgotten hero. A must see for sports fans and non sports fans and just those who enjoy good television compared to the prime time pap on British television.
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