Radio 2 producing show which celebrates 50th anniversary of England’s win

icon worldcup generic126 February ~ BBC Radio 2 are making a programme celebrating the 50th anniversary of the 1966 World Cup final that tells the story of the game minute by minute. There will also be a book to accompany the programme. At the heart of the programme will be the stories of the fans – those who were at Wembley, those watching or listening to the game in the UK and in East and West Germany.

Perhaps you were at the match, or were watching on holiday, watching at home, at the pub – or maybe you missed it but still have a story to tell?  

If you have a story, then email it to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
The best will feature in the script and in the book – with your permission.

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