Jun 302016

Rio 2016 – Olympics on the BBC

BBC Trailer for the 2016 Rio Olympic

Starts August 2016

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Jan 072015

Sky and BBC have revealed their live coverage of Formula One races this year.

Sky will have exclusive live rights to 10 grands prix, including the season-opening Australian Grand Prix and the blue-ribband event in Monaco.

The BBC will be showing the British GP live. BBC will also broadcast four of the last six races live.

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Jun 132014

Wimbledon 2014 on the BBC – advert

The BBC will be covering Wimbledon from Monday 23rd June.

Coverage will be available on BBC1, BBC2, and BBC Red Button, with the use of some “temporary” extra red button streams, allowing viewers to choose the match they want to watch.

May 232014

Commonwealth Games – Glasgow 2014 – BBC Coverage

The BBC has unveiled more details about its coverage of the Commonwealth Games, to be held in Glasgow this summer, between the 23rd July and 3rd August 2014.

The BBC will provide over 300 hours of network TV coverage and 200 hours of radio coverage.

And like during the 2012 London Olympics, much more live action will be made available to Freesat and Sky users via the BBC Red Button. The BBC Red Button will be expanded to provide seven streams of live coverage on satellite and cable services, including one HD stream.

The BBC will also offer up to 17 digital streams using the BBC Connected Red Button service.

BBC Three’s broadcast hours will be extended to provide coverage throughout the day, starting at 9am.

BBC One’s coverage will start at 6am with Breakfast live from their studio on the banks of the Clyde, and run until just after 11:40pm.

2014 Commonwealth Games Glasgow


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May 222014

World Cup 2014 – BBC Sport Coverage Promo – Part 2



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BBC World Cup Coverage in Spain

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Spanish World Cup TV Coverage

May 122014

World Cup 2014 – BBC Sport Promo – Part 1

A Promo trailer for the BBCs World Cup 2014 coverage.





BBC World Cup Coverage in Spain

BBC World Cup Coverage On Satellite TV in Spain

Spanish World Cup TV Coverage

Jan 182014

Winter Olympics 2014
6 to 23 February 2014.

The BBC Trailer

BBC will be providing around 200 hours of live coverage on TV.

BBC Olympic Coverage – BBC reception in Spain – Astra – Astra 2E – Astra 2F – New Satellite Spain

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Winter Olympics on BBC TV – Coverage Details

Winter Olympics – Events Schedule

Mar 062013

Suzi Perry, Allan McNish and Tom Clarkson have all signed up to the BBC’s team for coverage of the 2013 Formula 1 season.

Former MotoGP presenter Perry takes over as BBC F1 lead anchor from Jake Humphrey, who has left the corporation to join BT Sport.

Eddie Jordan remains with the BBC as chief analyst, and Ben Edwards once again leads the television commentary with ex-F1 driver David Coulthard.

Lee McKenzie heads the pit lane team for television, but she will now be backed by F1 journalist Tom Clarkson, who joins the BBC as a pit lane reporter. Gary Anderson returns as technical analyst across television, radio and online coverage.

On Radio 5 Live, James Allen will once more act as correspondent and commentator, with Jennie Gow as pit lane reporter.

Former F1 driver Allan McNish will appear on Radio 5 Live for at least six Grands Prix this season as an expert analyst, starting in Barcelona.

There will be approximately 40 extra hours of live Formula One coverage on BBC network television this year, with practice sessions to be shown live at weekends on BBC Two and the new BBC Two HD channel.

BBC One and BBC One HD will show nine live races in 2013 – including Canada, Spain, Britain and Brazil – along with extended highlights of the races shown exclusively live on Sky.

“Everyone on the BBC team is hugely excited about the new season,” said Ben Gallop, the BBC’s Head of Formula 1.

“Last year saw us rise to the challenge of bringing the action to fans through the mix of live television and highlights, delivering great programmes which were reflected in impressive audience figures.”

He added: “2013 sees new faces, practice on BBC Two and HD on live race weekends and a greater sharing of talent across BBC television, radio and online.

“With Suzi Perry at the helm, we’re aiming to bring even more content, insight and access to audiences throughout the season.”

Alongside TV and radio, the BBC is also offering extensive online coverage of F1 via the BBC Sport website and apps.

Web users can access live simulcasts of the BBC’s live races, including additional options such as the ‘driver tracker’, on-board cameras and the pit lane stream.

Motorsport legend Murray Walker will provide a series of archive-based videos for every race of the season under the Murray’s Memories strand.