Sun, 21 Dec 14
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On Sportsworld this week Manchester City proved they could win without the injured striker Sergio Aguero as they beat Crystal Palace 3 -0. Lee James speaks to former England captain Jimmy Armfield. He also speaks to South Africa captain Dean Furman on an emotional two months following the death of captain and goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa. While Caroline Barker rounds up the weekends action in the company of former Chelsea Player Pat Nevin and Arsenal keeper John Lukic.
Sun, 14 Dec 14
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Lee James is joined by the former Indian cricketer Aakash Chopra and the former Southampton defender turned international club scout Radhi Jaidi. We hear from AC Milan midfielder Michael Essien, plus the EPL hosts its second international fan park event in Mumbai. Rahul Tandon was there and spoke to Robbie Fowler. We head to the USA to hear about 'Johnny Football" and ask how and why sport and social issues mix in light of the death of Eric Garner.
Sun, 7 Dec 14
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On this week's Sportsworld podcast Lee James and John Murray discuss the end of Chelsea's unbeaten run. Lee James is also joined by former MLS Player Alexi Lalas and 7 time Olympic medallist swimmer Kirsty Coventry. And Caroline Barker speaks to Netherlands striker Vivianne Miedema following the Women's World Cup draw.
Sun, 30 Nov 14
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This week, the world of cricket lost someone as full of potential as he was passion for playing the game he loved. Phillip Hughes, just three days short of his 26th birthday, died from injuries sustained while batting for his state team South Australia. Sportsworld pays its own tribute and asks what next for international cricket in the wake of this tragedy.
Sun, 23 Nov 14
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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.
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