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5 live Sport Specials

Showcasing 5 live Sport’s one-off specials, featuring in-depth interviews and coverage with the biggest names from the world of sport.

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  • Tuffers and Vaughan 21 Jul 14

    Mon, 21 Jul 14

    79 mins

    Should Alastair Cook step down as England captain? Former England players Michael Vaughan and Phil Tufnell chew the fat over England's 10th test in a row without a win. We hear calls from England fans across the world asking where can England go next? Among the candidates to replace Cook are: Chris Read, Joe Root, Ian Bell and Eoin Morgan.

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  • Casey Stoney to become a mother - 18 Jul 14

    Fri, 18 Jul 14

    16 mins

    Arsenal Ladies centre back and former England captain Casey Stoney has been speaking to BBC Sport's Alistair Magowan following the news that she and her partner, former Lincoln Ladies captain, Megan Harris are set to have twins after Casey became the first major female player to speak about being gay in February.

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  • Get Set Glasgow 17 Jul 14

    Thu, 17 Jul 14

    49 mins

    Eleanor Oldroyd looks ahead to the commonwealth games that start in just 6 days time. We get the latest from the England, Scotland, Welsh and Northern Irish camps and get more on the virus that has struck the athletes' village. Plus there's a special interview with Gemma Gibbons and Euan Burton, the married judo couple who'll be competing for rival nations at the games.

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  • Football transfers latests 16 Jul 14

    Wed, 16 Jul 14

    47 mins

    Suarez, Sanchez, Rodriguez, Kroos, Vidal, and Khedira could all have changed teams by the end of summer. Ian Payne is joined by European football experts Andy Brassell and Rafa Honigstein to analyse the potential big shifts in the Premier League.

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  • Open Championship preview 16 Jul 14

    Wed, 16 Jul 14

    100 mins

    On the eve of the tournament our team look at all the contenders, the course and the conditions for the 143rd Open Championship. Including interviews with Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy. Presented by Clare Balding.

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  • BeSpoke 15 Jul 14

    Tue, 15 Jul 14

    70 mins

    Former road racing cyclist Rob Hayles, commentator Rob Hatch & journalist Matt Slater, join OJ Borg to review the Tour de France so far, as the riders take their first rest day.

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  • 5 live Golf- State of the Game 15 Jul 14

    Tue, 15 Jul 14

    54 mins

    5 live golf correspondent Iain Carter & regular summariser Jay Townsend, join Dan Walker for an in-depth look at the state of the game of golf. How the game might be modernised & how attitudes to the game can be changed, are amongst the topics of discussion.

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  • Tuffers and Vaughan 14 Jul 14

    Mon, 14 Jul 14

    70 mins

    Michael Vaughan and Phil Tufnell debate whether Simon Kerrigan should play in the second Test against India - and its fair to say they do not agree! They discuss the strain currently being put on England's seam bowlers and hear from a leading groundsman on the difficulty of creating good wickets.

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  • Get Set Glasgow 10 Jul 14

    Thu, 10 Jul 14

    51 mins

    Fred McAuley and Eleanor Oldroyd present a preview to the games as they're now less than two weeks away. We hear about the best chances for English, Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish medals. And we get the definitive guide to all the big names appearing in Glasgow.

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  • Paul McGinley - Ryder Cup Captain 10 Jul 14

    Thu, 10 Jul 14

    48 mins

    Iain Carter is joined by this year's Ryder Cup Captain Paul McGinley to look back on his career. From ambitions of becoming a Gaelic footballer to one of the most coveted roles in golf; we hear from his father and former team mate, Padraig Harrington about what makes McGinley such a popular figure in the sport.

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