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Garry Richardson looks at the main sports stories of the week. Featuring live interviews and discussion with the biggest names in sport



Garry Richardson looks at the main sports stories of the week. Including live interviews and discussion with some of the biggest names in sport. Download the podcast:


Garry Richardson looks at the main sports stories of the week. Including live interviews and discussion with some of the biggest names in sport. Download the podcast:


This week we bring you an in-depth interview with Tyson Fury's Uncle, Peter, as he gives us the latest on the World Heavyweight Boxing Champion's well-being. There's football chat as Sir Trevor Brooking reflects on England's win over Malta, and Wigan owner Ian Lenagan enthuses about their Super League victory.


Jonathan Legard presents, looking at the main sports stories of the week. Guests include Padraig Harrington, Tom Lehman and Huerelho Gomes. Download the podcast:


This week we bring you an in-depth discussion about the use of TUEs in the wake of the 'Fancy Bears' hack on the World Anti-Doping Agency. IAAF President Lord Sebastian Coe, WADA President Sir Craig Reedie and Dr John Dickinson, a leading experts on TUEs, give us their views on the story. England cricket director Andrew Strauss, meanwhile, talks about the upcoming tour of Bangladesh, and we speak to Great Britain's Davis Cup captain Leon Smith about their semi-final against Argentina. Also, Britain's Paralympic gold medallist Anne Dickins tells us about her incredible journey to Rio. Download the podcast:


Garry Richardson looks at the main sports stories of the week. Including live interviews and discussion with some of the biggest names in sport. Download the podcast:


This week we bring you an in-depth preview to England's first World Cup qualifying game by speaking to former internationals Terry Butcher, Graeme Le Saux and Matt Le Tissier. Former Scotland international Paul Lambert, meanwhile, anticipates the country's game against Malta. There's also tennis chat as LTA boss Michael Downey enthuses about an encouraging start for British tennis players at the US Open.


This week we discuss the future of Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart with the club's revered former keeper Joe Corrigan. We also debate the changes to the Champions League format with former Premier League chief executive Rick Parry. There's tennis chat as Greg Rusedski previews the US Open, Hull FC owner Adam Pearson enthuses about the club's victory in Rugby League's Challenge Cup, while former England cricketer Allan Lamb offers his view on whether England should tour Bangladesh amid safety concerns. Also, British swimmer Adam Peaty reflects on his stunning gold medal at the Rio Olympics.


This week we enthuse about British success at the Rio Olympics with former Olympian Roger Black and BOA vice-chairman Sir Hugh Robertson. We also hear from Maddie Hinch and Hollie Webb, stars of GB women's gold medal-winning hockey team. And we speak to England's new football manager Sam Allardyce.


This week we discuss the memorable performances from Team GB at the Rio Games with former Olympian Roger Black, while swimmer Jazz Carlin enthuses about her medals. There's football chat as we bring you an in-depth interview with Frank Lampard, as the midfielder talks about Chelsea, England and his spell in America. Mike Phelan, meanwhile, talks about Hull City's situation after their victory over Leicester City, and we hear from West Ham vice-chairman Karren Brady.


With the Rio Olympics underway, we discuss Adam Peaty's world record with Bill Sweetenham, the former boss of British swimming, and talk to Jess Varnish about the British cyclists' displays so far. We also assess the mood of the Brazilian people with revered former international footballer Gilberto Silva. There's cricket chat as Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur talks about their Test with England. Also, there's football as Leicester City captain Wes Morgan anticipates the season ahead, while Manchester United's former captain Bryan Robson discusses the club's prospective signing, Paul Pogba.


Garry Richardson discusses the week's main sports stories. Guests include Sir Geoff Hurst, on the 50th anniversary of England's 1966 World Cup triumph. Also Bill Sweeney, head of the British Olympic Association looks ahead to the Games in Rio and Trevor Francis. Download the podcast:


This week we discuss the Russian athletics doping story with sports lawyer Dr Richard McLaren, who led the commission into Russian athletics, UK Athletics chairman Ed Warner and sports minister Tracey Crouch. There's football chat as Howard Wilkinson, the last English manager to win the league title, offers his view on Sam Allardyce's appointment as England boss, while LMA boss Richard Bevan talks about the week's managerial changes. Also, Team Sky's Sir Dave Brailsford enthuses about Chris Froome's performances at the Tour de France. And Sir Russell Coutts, chief executive of the organising body of the Americas Cup, discusses Sir Ben Ainslie's cup ambitions.


This week we anticipate the final round of the Open Championship with R&A chief executive Martin Slumbers and golfer Sandy Lyle. There's tennis chat as LTA chief executive Michael Downey enthuses about a successful spell for British tennis, while Judy Murray talks about her son Andy's Wimbledon success. We also hear from ICC chief executive Dave Richardson about the first Test between England and Pakistan. And ex-West Ham footballer Jack Collison gives his thoughts on his former boss Sam Allardyce's credentials for the England manager's job.


This week we anticipate Wimbledon finals day by speaking to both men's singles finalists, Britain's Andy Murray and Canada's Milos Raonic. We also hear from Tim Henman and Pat Cash on the challenge ahead, while Billie Jean King enthuses about Serena Williams' 22nd Grand Slam title. There's football chat as Wales FA chief executive Jonathan Ford reflects on an incredible European Championships for Chris Coleman's side. Also, Mercedes chief Toto Wolff looks ahead to the British Grand Prix.


This week we discuss Wales' progression to the semi-finals of the European Championships with former Wales manager John Toshack. We also debate England's early exit with former FA chairman David Bernstein and ex-England boss Steve McClaren, with further comment from Sir Geoff Hurst and one of Britain's greatest-ever sportsman, Sir Steve Redgrave. There's also tennis chat as Tim Henman assesses the first week of Wimbledon. Download the podcast:


This week we reflect on England's displays at the European Championships with FA chairman Greg Dyke and former England manager Steve McClaren. We also hear from Guus Hiddink about England's chances, while he also looks back over his spell as Chelsea's interim boss. Northern Ireland assistant manager Jimmy Nicholl, meanwhile, talks about his country's performances in France. There's rugby chat as Eddie Jones enthuses about England's fantastic series win in Australia. And we speak to the head of Russian athletics, Mikhail Butov, about the IAAF's decision to ban Russia's athletes from competing at the Rio Games.


Manish Bhasin looks at the main sports stories of the week, including the start of Euro 2016. Steve McClaren is a studio guest. Download the podcast:


This week we pay tribute to the legendary boxer Muhammad Ali. Joe Bugner, who fought him twice, Ali's personal doctor and friend Abraham Lieberman, and Sir Michael Parkinson remember 'The Greatest'. There's also football chat as we discuss what impact Marcus Rashford might make at the Euros with former United academy coach Paul McGuinness and Paul's dad and ex-United player and boss Wilf. England U21 boss Gareth Southgate, meanwhile, enthuses about the country's young prospects after the team's success at the Toulon Tournament.


This week we discuss the Jose Mourinho's appointment as Manchester United manager with former United chief executive Peter Kenyon. We reflect on the Championship play-off final with Football League chief executive Shaun Harvey. And with the Rio Games looming, we assess the threat of the Zika Virus. Dr Chris Gaffney, co-author of an open letter to the World Health Organization which urged the Games to be moved or postponed, offers his view on the Zika Virus, and we get an leading athlete's perspective from Lynsey Sharp. Also, jockey Frankie Dettori looks ahead to the Epsom Derby.

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