Jul 102016
 

Olympics on the BBC – Rio 2016

Olympics 2016 on the BBC
The Greatest Show on Earth
BBC Sport

Watch live coverage of the 2016 Olympic Games from Rio across the BBC from 5th August 2016.

The BBC’s trail is set in Rio’s Tijuca Forest with music from British artist Jamie N Commons with a specially adapted version of “Not Gonna Break Me”

 

 

Olympics on TV : https://www.satandpcguy.com/live-sport-on-tv/live-olympics-on-satellite/olympics-2016/

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Jan 182015
 

The 2015 Australian Open Tennis Championship

The 2015 Australian Open Tennis Championship will be held from 19 to 29 January 2015.

The 2015 Australian Open Tennis Championship will be the 103rd edition of the Australian Open

The 2015 Australian Open Tennis Championship will be held at Melbourne Park in Melbourne, Austrailia.

The 2015 Australian Open swings into action in Melbourne and both British Eurosport and the BBC will be screening live coverage of the first Grand Slam of the year.

British Eurosport will again be the only place to follow the progress of all the big names throughout the 14-day tournament with the most comprehensive and unrivalled coverage of each day’s play available on UK television.

BBC Sport will provide free-to-air coverage of the latter stages of the tournament Down Under, including the men’s and women’s singles finals live on BBC TV.

BeIN Sports will also be providing coverage.

 

 

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Nov 012013
 

Round 18 of the 2013 Formula One season takes place this weekend at the Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi.

In 2012, the Yas Marina circuit witnessed a classic as Kimi Raikkonen took the victory, while Sebastian Vettel’s championship lead was reduced to 10 points with two races remaining.

The German went on to win his third consecutive title and, after a dominant campaign in 2013, is hot favourite to win in the Middle East this year.

Coverage of the three practice sessions, qualifying and the race will be shown live on Sky Sports F1, while the BBC will air highlights of qualifying and the race.

Round 18 TV Coverage:

Friday 1 November
8.45am – 1st Practice Session – Live – Sky Sports F1
12.45am – 2nd Practice Session – Live – Sky Sports F1
5pm – The F1 Show: Abu Dhabi – Live – Sky Sports F1

Saturday 2 November
9.45am – 3rd Practice Session – Live – Sky Sports F1

12pm – Qualifying – Live – Sky Sports F1
5.10pm – Qualifying – Replay – BBC One

Sunday 3 November
11.30am – Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – Live – Sky Sports F1
4.30pm – Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – Highlights – BBC One

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Aug 022013
 

A promo from BT Sports who will broadcast Moto GP in the UK, taking over from the BBC.

More information: https://www.satandpcguy.com/Site/moto_gp_motorcycle_satellite_tv_2014.php

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Jun 272013
 

F1 Santander British Grand Prix
Live Coverage 28 -30th June

Times in GMT / BST

Sky Sports F1 Live Coverage Details

FRIDAY 28 JUNE 
Practice 1 
On air on Sky Sports F1 09:45
Practice 1 starts 10:00 
On air on Sky Sports F1 13:45 14
Practice 2 starts 14:00 
SATURDAY 29 JUNE 
Practice 3 
On air on Sky Sports F1 09:45
Practice 3  starts 10:00 
QUALIFYING
On air on Sky Sports F1 12:00
Qualifying starts 13:00

SUNDAY 30 JUNE 
Grand Prix 
On air on Sky Sports F1 11:30
Grand Prix  race starts 13:00 

BBC Sport Live Coverage Details

28 June
Practice 1: 09:55-11:30, BBC Red Button & BBC Radio 5 live sports extra & BBC Sport website
Practice 2: 13:55-15:35, BBC Red Button & BBC Radio 5 live sports extra & BBC Sport website

29 June
Practice 1 (repeat): 06:40-08:15, BBC Two
Practice 2 (repeat): 08:15-09:55, BBC Two
Practice 3: 09:55-11:05, BBC Two/BBC Two HD & , BBC Radio 5 live sports extra & BBC Sport website
Qualifying: 12:15-14:20, BBC One & BBC Radio 5 live sports extra & BBC Sport website

30 June
Grand Prix live: 12:10-15:30, BBC One & BBC Red Button & 13:00-15:00 BBC Radio 5 live & BBC Sport website
F1 Forum: 15:30-16:30, BBC Red Button
Grand Prix highlights: 19:00-20:00, BBC Three & BBC Red Button

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Jun 242013
 

Day 2 Tuesday 25 June

Centre Court 1.00pm

Ladies’ Singles – First round
Serena Williams (USA) [1] v Mandy Minella (LUX)

Gentlemen’s Singles – First round
Novak Djokovic (SRB) [1] v Florian Mayer (GER)

Gentlemen’s Singles – First round
David Ferrer (ESP) [4] v Martin Alund (ARG)

No.1 Court 1.00pm

Gentlemen’s Singles – First round
Albert Ramos (ESP) v Juan Martin Del Potro (ARG) [8]

Ladies’ Singles – First round
Maria Kirilenko (RUS) [10] v Laura Robson (GBR)

Gentlemen’s Singles – First round
Martin Klizan (SVK) v Tomas Berdych (CZE) [7]

No.2 Court 11.30am
Ladies’ Singles – First round
Heather Watson (GBR) v Madison Keys (USA)

Gentlemen’s Singles – First round
Dmitry Tursunov (RUS) v Tommy Haas (GER) [13]

Gentlemen’s Singles – First round
Richard Gasquet (FRA) [9] v Marcel Granollers (ESP)

Ladies’ Singles – First round
Agnieszka Radwanska (POL) [4] v Yvonne Meusburger (AUT)
Live TV Coverage of Wimbledon 2013
BBC will be covering Wimbledon on BBC1, BBC1HD, BBC2, BBC2HD, BBC Red Button, Radio Five Live.

BBC Red Button Frequencies

TV coverage in Spain will be by Canal+

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Jun 232013
 

Wimbledon 2013

Day 1 Monday 24 June

Centre Court
1.00pm

Gentlemen’s Singles – First round
Victor Hanescu (ROU) v Roger Federer (SUI) [3]

Ladies’ Singles – First round
Kristina Mladenovic (FRA) v Maria Sharapova (RUS) [3]

Gentlemen’s Singles – First round
Benjamin Becker (GER) v Andy Murray (GBR) [2]

No.1 Court
1.00pm

Ladies’ Singles – First round
Maria Joao Koehler (POR) v Victoria Azarenka (BLR) [2]

Gentlemen’s Singles – First round
Rafael Nadal (ESP) [5] v Steve Darcis (BEL)

Gentlemen’s Singles – First round
Lleyton Hewitt (AUS) v Stanislas Wawrinka (SUI) [11]

No.2 Court
11.30am

Ladies’ Singles – First round
Virginie Razzano (FRA) v Ana Ivanovic (SRB) [12]

Gentlemen’s Singles – First round
Marcos Baghdatis (CYP) v Marin Cilic (CRO) [10]

Gentlemen’s Singles – First round
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (FRA) [6] v David Goffin (BEL)

Ladies’ Singles – First round
Petra Kvitova (CZE) [8] v Coco Vandeweghe (USA)

No.3 Court
11.30am

Ladies’ Singles – First round
Elena Baltacha (GBR) v Flavia Pennetta (ITA)

Gentlemen’s Singles – First round
Kyle Edmund (GBR) v Jerzy Janowicz (POL) [24]

Gentlemen’s Singles – First round
Janko Tipsarevic (SRB) [14] v Viktor Troicki (SRB)

Ladies’ Singles – First round
Estrella Cabeza Candela (ESP) v Caroline Wozniacki (DEN) [9]

Live TV Coverage of Wimbledon 2013

BBC will be covering Wimbledon on BBC1, BBC1HD, BBC2, BBC2HD, BBC Red Button, Radio Five Live.

BBC Red Button Frequencies

TV coverage in Spain will be by Canal+

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May 232013
 

F1 Monaco Grand Prix on Sky Sports F1
Times in GMT / BST

THURSDAY 23 MAY
Practice 1
Programme Start 08:45
Practice 1 Start 09:00

Practice 2
Programme Start 12:45
Practice 2 13:00

SATURDAY 25 MAY
Practice 3
Programme Start 09:45
Practice 3 Start 10:00

QUALIFYING
Programme Start 12:00
Qualifying Start 13:00

SUNDAY 26 MAY
Grand Prix
Programme Start 11:30
Grand Prix LIVE Start 13.00

The 2013 F1 Monaco Grand Prix is also available for free on Spanish TV on Antena 3.

The 2013 F1 Monaco Grand Prix is also available for free on satellite TV on : Sport 1 Germany and RTL – both of which are available for free on the Astra 1 satellite located at 19 east.

This s one of the races that is exclusively live on Sky Sports in the UK, and so the BBC will only have highlights of the 2013 F1 Monaco Grand Prix, although live commentary is available eon BBC Radio 5 Live.

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May 092013
 

Spanish Grand Prix 2013 - TV Coverage details

Spanish Grand Prix 2013 – TV Coverage details

 

 

F1 Spanish Grand Prix on BBC TV

Friday 10 May

Practice 1: BBC Two 08:55-10:35, Red Button, Online and Connected TV 10:35-12:15, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra 08:55

Practice 2: BBC Two 13:00-14:45, Red Button, Online and Connected TV 14:45-16:20, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra 12:55

Saturday 11 May

Practice 3: BBC Two 09:55-11:19, Red Button, Online and Connected TV 12:45-14:15 (Driver Tracker), BBC Radio 5 live sports extra 09:55

Qualifying: BBC One & Red Button 12:10-14:15, replay on Red Button, Online and Connected TV 17:05-19:00, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra 12:55

Sunday 12 May

Race: BBC One 12:10-15:15, Red Button, Online and Connected TV 10:35-12:15 (Pit Lane Channel ), 15:15-16:15 (Forum), highlights BBC Three 19:00-20:00, Red Button 20:00-05:59, BBC Radio 5 live 13:00

F1 Spanish Grand Prix on Sky Sports F1

Friday 10 May

Practice 1: On Air 08:45 Scheduled Start 09:00

Practice 2 On Air 12:45 Scheduled Start 13:00

Saturday 11 May

Practice 3 On Air 09:45 Scheduled Start 10:00

Qualifying: On Air 12:00 Scheduled Start 13:00

Sunday 12 May

Race LIVE On Air 11:30 Race Start 13:00

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Mar 212013
 

Live television coverage of England’s World Cup qualifier in Podgorica could be affected by a dispute between the agency that sold the rights to the match to ITV and the Montenegro Football Association. Unless the wrangle is resolved by kick-off, it could lead to ITV’s team and their cameras being locked out of the stadium.

The match, due to be broadcast by ITV in a primetime slot next Tuesday, is expected to go a long way to deciding whether Roy Hodgson’s injury-hit team qualify for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

But, as things stand, ITV is believed to be caught in the middle of a bitter dispute between the Montenegro FA and Kentaro, the global rights and events agency that counts the football agent Jerome Anderson and former France international Emmanuel Petit among its advisers.

As with all overseas matches, the rights to the game are not the property of the English FA but are in the gift of the host to sell. Rights to home fixtures against England are highly prized because they command some of the biggest fees from broadcasters.

ITV is believed to have paid an upfront fee, estimated by industry insiders at between £500,000 and £750,000, to Kentaro. Typically, a broadcaster would pay 25% of its rights fee upfront for a one-off deal such as this and hand over the balance after the match had been played.

But it is understood that the Montenegro FA ended its relationship with Kentaro and instead subcontracted the rights to a rival agency, SportFive.

ITV, which has the rights to all England home games until 2014, is faced with trying to recover its money from Kentaro and having to negotiate a new deal with SportFive, which could offer the match to rival broadcasters. Kentaro still counts the Montenegrins among its clients on its website, claiming it is “proud” to support the Montenegro FA “and their famous president Dejan Savicevic”.

An ITV spokesman refused to comment on the contractual situation with Kentaro but said: “We are working with SportFive towards securing the rights and we’re looking forward to screening the match.”

source: guardian.co.uk/football/2013/mar/20/england-montenegro-television-blackout

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