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TOTT: Some Velvet Morning play live

Talk of the Terrace: The band named after a Nancy Sinatra song play 'Resistance' and 'How To Start A Revolution'.

(05:28) | Dec 20, 2011

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TOTT: Martin 'Wolfie' Adams on World Championships preparation

Talk of the Terrace: Current BDO champion talks to Nat and Kelly about what travels with him to every tournament.

(06:45) | Dec 20, 2011

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TOTT: Mark Lewis-Francis on injuries and medals

Talk of the Terrace: Sprinter says having the London 2012 games on the horizon has given him focus to try and stay injury free.

(05:04) | Dec 20, 2011

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TOTT: Scott Sutter on facing Spurs

Talk of the Terrace: Young Boys defender reminisces about last season's clash with his boyhood club and what it is like playing in Switzerland.

(11:11) | Dec 20, 2011

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TOTT: Come Dine with.....Roberto Martinez

Talk of the Terrace: Wigan manager reveals plans for his perfect dinner party.

(02:38) | Dec 20, 2011

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TOTT: It's Quiz Time - 19th December 2011

Talk of the Terrace: Scott Sutter, Martin Adams and Mark Lewis-Francis take the toughest quiz in sport.

(04:52) | Dec 20, 2011

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TOTT: Sam Delaney on Martin O'Neill's return to management

Talk of the Terrace: Author and presenter discusses whether the former Aston Villa manager's return to the Premier League will be a success.

(06:00) | Dec 13, 2011

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TOTT: Sincere plays live

Talk of the Terrace: Rapper Sincere plays his tracks 'Deja Vu' and 'Ain't Nobody Like You'.

(07:28) | Dec 13, 2011

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TOTT: It's Quiz Time - 12th December 2011

Talk of the Terrace: John Ruddy, Sam Delaney and Lethal Bizzle take the toughest quiz in sport.

(05:11) | Dec 13, 2011

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