5 live Sport Specials

5 live Sport Specials

United Kingdom

Showcasing 5 live Sport’s one-off specials, featuring in-depth interviews and coverage with the biggest names from the world of sport.


Friday Sports Panel  

Rio 2016 sailing gold medallist Saskia Clarke, Indycar driver Max Chilton and Olympic champion hockey star Hollie Webb join Eleanor Oldroyd to discuss the week’s sporting issues.

Matt Dawson's Rugby Show  

Matt Dawson and Sonja McLaughlan are in the heart of England's preparations as they get ready to face Australia at Twickenham this weekend. Guests from the England camp include Eddie Jones, Dylan Hartley, Tom Wood and Ben Youngs.

Darren Campbell’s Get Inspired  

Darren Campbell and England defender Alex Scott join Eleanor Oldroyd to examine what inspires, motivates and encourages people in sport, and what you can do to follow them. You’ll also hear from Watford captain Troy Deeney, Sport England’s Phil Smith and Wasim Khan.

Tuffers: ‘England have forgotten how to build partnerships’  

Phil Tufnell and Ashley Giles join Mark Chapman to discuss England’s stuttering performances in India and the ball shining controversy between Australia and South Africa. Plus, we hear from new Sussex chief executive Rob Andrew.

Whites v Blacks: How football changed a nation  

Adrian Chiles joins Darren Fletcher and Jermaine Jenas to look back at one of the most remarkable football matches to take place in Britain. Part of BBC's Black & British season.

Friday Sports Panel  

Rugby league legend Kevin Sinfield, former world snooker champion Shaun Murphy and double European champion athlete Martyn Rooney join Eleanor Oldroyd to discuss the sporting issues of the week.

5 live Rugby: 'There are better England players than Rokoduguni'  

Sonja McLaughlan is joined by Ugo Monye, Rory Lawson and Gareth Thomas to look ahead to this weekend's Autumn Internationals.

Steven Gerrard’s Top 10 Moments  

Following the news that former Liverpool and England captain Steven Gerrard has retired, we revisit a programme first broadcast in May 2015 to look back at the top ten moments of Gerrard's career. Mike Ingham is joined by journalists Henry Winter and Tony Evans, and life-long Liverpool fan and self-confessed Steven Gerrard fanatic, actress Sue Johnston.

Number 1: The Andy Murray Story  

A look back at the rise of Andy Murray to become the number one tennis player in the world. Featuring an interview with a 12-year-old Murray and archive of his greatest moments.

The Friday Sports Panel  

Legendary England and West Ham footballer Sir Trevor Brooking, Rio 2016 long jump finalist Jazmin Sawyers and climbing superstar Shauna Coxsey join Eleanor Oldroyd to discuss the week’s sporting issues.

5 live Cycling: Trott & Kenny Special  

BBC Sport's chief sport writer Tom Fordyce speaks to the Olympic cycling newlyweds, Laura and Jason Kenny about their gold medal winning Olympic performances, their relationship both on and off the track, and what's next for them in their careers.

Matt Dawson's Rugby Show  

Martyn Williams and former Fiji Sevens coach Ben Ryan join Matt Dawson. Plus, we hear from Rugby Hall of Fame inductees Jonny Wilkinson and Brian O'Driscoll.

Price of Football 2016  

5 live Sport takes a look at the price of football. Match tickets, shirts, pies and pints – find out how much it costs to watch your team across the UK.

Sue Barker: 'Konta can win a Grand Slam'  

We look back on what has been a fantastic 2016 for Andy Murray and Johanna Konta, and ask whether Novak Djokovic is suffering from burnout.

Vaughan: Hameed looks like a class act  

Mark Chapman, Phil Tufnell and Michael Vaughan reflect on England's first Test draw with India in Rajkot.

Friday Sports Panel  

Swimming superstar Rebecca Adlington, England fast bowler Mark Wood and Olympic champion hockey player Lily Owsley join Eleanor Oldroyd to discuss the sporting issues of the week.

Tindall: I expect England to remain unbeaten this Autumn  

Eleanor Oldroyd is joined by Mike Tindall, Rory Lawson and Stephen Jones to look ahead to this weekend’s Autumn Internationals.

The Flaws of the Game  

David Davies explores what's wrong with the way English football is run by the FA, and others, as well as looking at the product itself as audience figures drop for live TV matches. Joining David in the studio are two former FA Chairmen, Greg Dyke and David Triesman. We also hear from another former Chairman, Lord Bernstein as well as the ex-Minister for Sport during London 2012 Sir Hugh Robertson.

5 live Racing: Outpouring of support for Freddy Tylicki  

George Riley is joined by Cornelius Lysaght, Lee Mottershead, Andrew Thornton, Luke Harvey and Lizzie Kelly to discuss Freddy Tylicki's life-changing injuries and the dangers of racing.

Vaughan: 'We always knew Broad was a special talent'  

Michael Vaughan and James Taylor join Mark Chapman to preview England's series in India, and celebrate Stuart Broad's achievements as he gets ready to play his 100th Test for his country. Plus, HawkEye inventor Paul Hawkins on why it took so long to convince India to implement the DRS.

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