Showcasing 5 live Sport’s one-off specials, featuring in-depth interviews and coverage with the biggest names from the world of sport.
Sun, 8 Dec 13
Nelson Mandela believed sport had the power to change the world, the ability to inspire and was capable of uniting people in a way that little else does. In this special podcast Ian Payne speaks to some high-profile figures from the world of South African sport, including Bryan Habana, Francois Pienaar, John McEnroe and many more, to look back at the life of the Mandela and how sport influenced his life.
Thu, 5 Dec 13
Will Perry and BBC boxing commentator Mike Costello look ahead to IBF middleweight champion Darren Barker's world title fight against Felix Sturm in Stuttgart, Germany, on Saturday.
Mon, 2 Dec 13
Ahead of the release of the Class of 92 film, Mark Chapman is joined by John Hartson, Steve Claridge and Henry Winter to look back at the successes of the six Manchester players. You can hear from David Beckham, Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt and the Neville brothers on their journey from the Manchester United academy to winning the treble.
Sat, 30 Nov 13
George Riley, Jon Wells and Jamie Jones Buchanan look back at a thrilling game that saw Australia beat New Zealand 34-2 to win the World Cup. We hear from both sides.
Thu, 28 Nov 13
George Riley, and his studio guest Brian Noble, hear from both the Australian and New Zealand team hotels ahead of the Rugby League World Cup Final.
Thu, 28 Nov 13
Will Perry previews the last of the autumn internationals - Wales against Australia at the Millennium Stadium. There are also exclusive interviews with Danny Cipriani and James O'Connor. Will is joined on the show by Sale Sharks, Wales and Lions scrum-half Dwayne Peel, Paul Grayson and our rugby union reporter Chris Jones.
Mon, 25 Nov 13
FIRST BROADCAST 7th JUNE 2011: The England cricket team has now seen two players suffer breakdowns on tour in the last five years. Marcus Trescothick and Michael Yardy are the tip of a large iceberg, with depression and stress-related illnesses prevalent across the professional game. There is also a small but significant number who have taken their own lives. In a 5 live Sport special, Ellie Oldroyd and the former England captain Michael Vaughan examine the unique factors in cricket that might lead to such problems, and what the sport can do to reverse the trend. They are joined in the studio by Marcus Trescothick, and also hear from Matthew Hoggard and Kevin Saxelby, whose brother Mark committed suicide.
Sat, 23 Nov 13
Stuart Pyke, George Riley, Jamie Jones-Buchanan and Jon Wells look back at a thrilling semi-final at Wembley that saw New Zealand snatch victory from England in the last twenty seconds. We hear from both sides.
Thu, 21 Nov 13
Carl Froch's trainer Rob McCracken joins Eleanor Oldroyd and Mike Costello to look ahead to Carl Froch and George Groves' super-middleweight world title bout after a firey pre fight press conference.
Thu, 21 Nov 13
10 years on from England's Rugby World Cup win in Sydney coach Sir Clive Woodward gives a unique insight into that dramatic final against Australia. Woodward watches the final back in full for the first time ever and records his thoughts and emotions as the drama unfolded. He explains the reasons why certain decisions were made and the planning and execution of the winning drop goal by Jonny Wilkinson. Using Ian Robertson's legendary commentary as a soundtrack, Woodward takes us on his journey from kick-off to the moment when Martin Johnson lifted the William Webb Ellis trophy.
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