After the Summer of Sport, the autumn Inside...
Hello everyone and welcome to a new series of Inside Sport.
We're back after what must be one of the best summers of sport ever. Gabby has been to meet triple Olympic cycling gold medallist Chris Hoy to see how he's coping with his new found fame - he's even big in Japan as we found on the streets of Edinburgh (do tune in to find out what I mean).
Gabby will also be sorting through double-gold swimming medallist swimmer Becky Adlington's shoe cupboard. Gabby has her eyes on those glittering Jimmy Choos, though I'm not sure she and Becky are the same size.
Other stars already lined up (bar unforeseen disasters!) are England and Spurs star, David Bentley - it's been a rocky start to the season for Juande Ramos but David is confident things are looking up; the first big interview with Nick Faldo after the Ryder Cup; and we've been following Wasps and England's Danny Cipriani on the road back from that terrible ankle injury.
Matt Pinsent has been delving into the post-Olympic budget debate - how much money is each sport going to get and which ones will be cut? And he's also met the new head of UK Athletics.
I've taken on board the comments on my blog about the various ideas we have for this season. So - no viewers e-mails on air! Having a debate programme is a great idea and one we're working on; we will be on BBC iPlayer, too, but not until the weekend after we're broadcast, though you should be able to red button us on Tuesday night.
And we've also made some changes to our panel - Des Kelly, Steve Bunce and Tony Livesey will all return, but we're also getting some of BBC Sport's best talent in to talk about their sport. So watch out for Jonathan Pearce, David Croft, Steve Cram, Aggers, Brian Moore and more.
More news of exactly what's in show one - MONDAY 6 OCTOBER, 2330 BST, BBC ONE - next week.
It's good to be back and keep the comments coming.