5 Things to do in the next 24 hours . . .
It’s England’s day of destiny today. After two disappointing World Cup draws, it’s now or never for Fabio Capello’s team. They face Slovenia at 3pm, and a win would see them make the second round. Live coverage on BBC1. Top comedian Reginald D Hunter is performing at The Cresset tomorrow night. A well-known face on primetime television shows such as 8 Out Of 10 Cats and Never Mind The Buzzcocks, Reginald is also a frequent guest on Have I Got News For You. Tickets cost £17 from 01733 265705. The Nene Valley Railway is running a steam service from its Wansford station today. Departures are at 11am, 12.45pm and 2.30pm. Return fares are £12 for adults and £6 for children with family and senior concessions available. See www.
nvr.org.uk for further details.
Don’t miss Tribal Wives on BBC2 tonight. Jackie Davis from Bristol spends some time with the Karen, Thailand’s largest hill tribe. By spending time with four generations of Karen women, Jackie learns some simple but powerful lessons. From 9pm. Take a stroll around the village of Yarwell tomorrow afternoon, Peterborough Ramblers will meet at the village hall at 1.30pm. The six mile walk will then wind through Jack’s Green and Ring Haw Wood. To find out more call 01780 740028.