Sun, 23 Nov 14
27 days remaining
On this week's Sportsworld podcast, Lee James was at the Stade Pierre-Mauroy, home of Lille FC, where Swizerland won their first Davis Cup in the competition's 114-year history. Lee was joined by Serena Williams' coach Patrick Mouratoglou and the former Swiss international Ramon Vega among others. Caroline speaks to Lianne Sanderson about England women's first game at Wembley, to Pat Nevin about the EPL, and we discuss Lewis Hamilton's F1 Championship triumph.
Sun, 16 Nov 14
20 days remaining
On this week's Sportsworld podcast, we hear from the 'little master' of cricket Sachin Tendulkar. John Aldridge shares his thoughts on David Moyes' appointment as Real Sociedad manager. We also look at doping in Badminton, F1's Mercedes duel, AFCON qualifying, the ATP World Tour Finals and sporting expansion.
Sun, 9 Nov 14
13 days remaining
On Lee James' Sportsworld team was a Bermudan double act - Nick Saunders, the first Bermudan to win a goal medal at a major event at the Commonweath Games in 1990, and Shaun Goeter the former Bermudan striker who scored 32 goals in 36 appearances for his country and was always a potent threat in the Premier League for Manchester City. Lee looks ahead to the ATP World Tour Finals in London and discusses the crisis enveloping West Indian cricket with former captain Daren Ganga. We head to Alexis Sanchez's native Chile to speak to the BBC's Correspondent Giedon Long, following Arsenal's 2-1 defeat at Swansea. We look at what's next for AFCON after Morocco miss CAF's deadline to host the tournament. Caroline speaks to Mo Allie, as well as to Helena Sukova who watched the Czech Republic win the Fed Cup.
Sun, 2 Nov 14
6 days remaining
On this week's Sportsworld podcast, Lee James is joined by one of the Arsenal 'invincibles', former Cameroon international defender Lauren Etame Mayer, live from Seville in Spain. Lee also discusses the current state of Formula One with the former owner of the Minardi F1 racing team Paul Stoddart, and our Formula One reporter Jennie Gow, as well as looking at the return of LeBron James to Cleveland. Caroline Barker reviews the Manchester Derby with the former Manchester United assistant manager Mike Phelan and Aston Villa-Tottenham with Kevin Kilbane. Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq tells us about his record test century, we celebrate the Champions League achievements of Western Sydney Wanderers of Entente Setif, and head Stateside to look back on New Zealand Rugby's match with the USA.
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