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Jacqui Oatley is joined by Julian Dicks, manager of West Hams womens football team.
Suzi Perry presents highlights from the German Grand Prix from Hockenheim.
Mark Beaumont presents a special programme charting the epic journey of the Baton.
Live coverage from the fourth and final round of the 2014 Open Championship from Hoylake.
Sport XIV looks ahead to the start of Glasgow 2014.
A series of concerts from BBC at the Quay in Glasgow during the 2014 Commonwealth Games
Hazel Irvine presents live coverage of the final round from the 143rd Open Championship.
Hazel Irvine presents as the golfers prepare for their final and crucial round.
Live coverage continues of the 143rd Open Championship from the Royal Liverpool Golf Club.
Suzi Perry presents highlights from the qualifying stages of the German Grand Prix.
With guests Pixie Lott, Adil Ray, Terry Alderton and Helen Skelton.
Live coverage of day three of the Open Championship from Hoylake. Hazel Irvine presents.
Live coverage of day two of the Open Championship from Hoylake, presented by Hazel Irvine.
Paratoadau pedwar o’n athletwyr addawol. The preparations of four Welsh hopefuls.
Live coverage of the tenth round of the 2014 Diamond League series from Monaco.
Paratoadau tri o’n athletwyr addawol. The preparations of three Welsh hopefuls.
Hazel Irvine presents live coverage of the opening round from Hoylake.
The story of the 1986 Commonwealth Games, which was boycotted by over half the members.
The pressure is on as the girls must win in Iceland.
The official film from the 2006 Open Championship, held at Royal Liverpool Golf Club.
Hazel Irvine looks ahead to the 2014 Open Championship at Hoylake.
How the aftermath of World War II saw football emerge as the most popular sport.
Sir Chris Hoy reveals how he became Britains greatest ever Olympian.
With guests Rebecca Adlington, Anton Du Beke, Gethin Jones and Louise Minchin.
The team return to the spiritual home of Scottish mountain biking, Fort William.
St Patrick's Athletic v Legia Warsaw (Kick-off 7.45pm). Coverage of the second qualifying round second-leg match from Tallaght Stadium, Dublin
Mishal Husain and Jason Mohammad introduce the opening live coverage from Glasgow, where the 20th staging of the Games gets under way in several sports. This is the first of 11 days of competition in the largest multi-sport event to be held in Scotland, with the Games having twice being held in Edinburgh, the last time in 1986. Events taking place this morning include swimming, track cycling, badminton, hockey, judo and squash, with the first medals to be decided this afternoon. Coverage continues on BBC Two
FC Groningen v Aberdeen (Kick-off 6.30pm). Coverage of the UEFA Europa League second qualifying round second-leg encounter at the Euroborg
Dan Walker introduces further live coverage on day one in Glasgow, featuring England v Trinidad and Tobago in the men's hockey and the first judo finals. The Glasgow National Hockey Centre is the venue for the opening match in Pool B, where England will be heavily fancied to start their campaign with a victory, with the top two from the pool progressing to the semi-finals. The judo at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre will see medals decided in the men's -60kg and -66kg, and women's -48kg, -52kg and -57kg disciplines
The Junior World Championships. Coverage of day five of the six-day event, staged at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon
Jonathan Edwards presents live coverage from day four of the Games in Glasgow, featuring the men's and women's marathon races. This is the first athletics action of the Games, with the track and field events getting under way this afternoon, and the men's race starts at 9.00, with the women setting off 30 minutes later. The athletes start and finish at Glasgow Green, crossing the River Clyde four times, and taking in such locations as Merchant City, George Square, Buchanan Street, the Clyde Arc, Bellahouston Park and Pollok Park. There was a double success for Kenya at the Games four years ago in India, with John Kelai winning the men's race and Irene Kosgei victorious in the women's
The Junior World Championships. Coverage of sixth and final day of event, staged at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon
Ore Oduba introduces the opening live coverage on day five of the Games in Glasgow, featuring athletics, lawn bowls, hockey and netball. The only medals up for grabs this morning at Hampden Park are in the men's Para-Sport discus throw F42/44. in which England's Dan Greaves will be looking to go one better than London 2012, when he won silver in the F44 discipline. Among the heats taking place on the track are the men's 400m, where the star attraction is Kirani James, who made history by winning gold in London, becoming Grenada's first Olympic medalist in any sport. As well as the athletics continuing, the champions are decided in the men's pairs and triples lawn bowls at Kelvingrove Lawn Bowls Centre, and the pool stages edge towards a conclusion in the hockey and netball at Glasgow National Hockey Centre and the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre respectively
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