Fri, 27 Mar 15
On the sport panel today are British boxing legend Carl Froch, England and Great Britain hockey captain Kate Richardson-Walsh and Ireland cricket captain William Porterfield. They discuss whether Nike are right to sponsor Justin Gatlin, will Premier League clubs sign up to Greg Dyke's bid to get more home grown players in their squads, and are the ICC stifling the development of cricket by reducing the number of teams playing in the World Cup. Also, listen out for Carl's impression of actor Jason Statham.
Thu, 26 Mar 15
With the start of the Women's Super League, Eleanor Oldroyd is joined by Chelsea & England Eni Aluko, the Guardian's Tony Leighton and BBC Sport's Jess Creighton to discus the number one female team sport in England.
Wed, 25 Mar 15
Caroline Barker is joined by Mike Costello to look ahead to Kell Brook's world title fight with Romanian Jo Jo Dan. After being stabbed in the leg in tenerife in August, Brook feared he may never walk again, so Mike Costello asks him about his recovery and why he thinks he could beat the likes of Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather
Tue, 24 Mar 15
The Golf programme returns with presenter Mark Chapman, BBC Golf correspondent Iain Carter, plus Bob Casper and Brian Taylor from Real Golf Radio. With the greens of Augusta just a fortnight away we begin the build-up to the Masters where Rory McClory will be bidding for a career grand slam. You will also hear from the US Ryder Cup captain David Love III discussing Darren Clarke, ‘that’ comeback in Medinah, and of course Tiger Woods. Finally can you guess who the 5 live mystery caddie is?
Tue, 24 Mar 15
Matt Dawson & Sonja McLaughlan present the 5 live Rugby Show and they are joined by former internationals Brian Moore of England and John Beattie of Scotland. Top of the agenda is a review of the thrilling climax to the 6 Nations, we ask all of the former players to pick the individuals they feel would make the team of the competition, and look ahead to this year's World Cup. You will also hear from Ian Ritchie, Nick Mallett, Rob Kearney and Andrew Mehrtens.
Fri, 20 Mar 15
The sporting issues of the week, discussed with England's recent Cyprus Cup winning goalkeeper Siobhan Chamberlain, Ireland Rugby Union winger and Six Nations Champion, Andrew Trimble and England fast bowler and Ashes winner, Kate Cross.
Thu, 19 Mar 15
Presenting live from Indian Wells 5 live tennis correspondent Russell Fuller is joined by a number of esteemed guests. Chrissie Evert shares her thoughts on Serena Williams, we hear from the player driven by fear of her father, Nadia Comaneci talks perfection, and just how many best men does Andy Murray need for his wedding?
Thu, 19 Mar 15
Matt Dawson & Sonja McLaughlan present the 5 live Rugby Show and they are joined by Former England International and assistant head coach of Northampton Saints Paul Grayson, and ex Welsh international Shane Williams to discuss the final weekend of the Six Nations.
Sun, 15 Mar 15
John McEnroe speaks to tennis correspondent Russell Fuller about his ideas for the sport and American society. He talks openly about the Obama administration, the need for a black, female President and the rise of house prices in London and New York.
Fri, 13 Mar 15
Former Gold Cup winning jockey Andrew Thornton and commentator John Hunt review the final day of the Cheltenham Festival. Coneygree held on in a thrilling finish to become the first novice to win the Cheltenham Gold Cup since 1974. Retiring 19-time champion AP McCoy finished ninth on Carlingford Lough. The team also reflect back on the week as a whole, and of course bid a Cheltenham farewell to AP McCoy.
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