BeSpoke

BeSpoke

5 live's dedicated cycling show featuring all the latest cycling news and interviews with OJ Borg.

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  • Festive edition 11 Dec 14

    Thu, 11 Dec 14

    Duration:
    49 mins

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    All the latest on the Astana doping controversy, cycling style with fashion designer Sir Paul Smith, and Christmas present ideas for the bike enthusiast in your life. Presented by OJ Borg with Rob Hayles and Tom Fordyce.

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