Sun, 29 Mar 15
27 days remaining
Lee James is in Melbourne for the climax of the Cricket World Cup. Australia were the eventual winners in a one-sided final in front of 93,000 fans at the MCG as they beat New Zealand by seven wickets. We get the verdict from, among others, former NZ bowler Iain O'Brien, former England captain Michael Vaughan and Australia's Women's World Cup winner Ellyse Perry. Plus we investigate why a glut of strikers from South America are currently excelling across European football.
Sun, 22 Mar 15
20 days remaining
Lee's in Sydney as the Cricket World Cup nears it's climax. Australian Paralympian Don Elgin and former New Zealand cricketer Iain O'Brien are with him as we hear from Newcastle's Jonas Gutierrez on his return from cancer, former Aston Villa goalkeeper on the current crop of Socceroos and former Australian cricketer Geoff Lawson. On Sunday Caroline reacts to Liverpool's loss to Manchester United, we'll hear from Brendan Rodgers & Louis Van Gaal. With Ireland clinching the Six Nations in style on Saturday evening we'll hear from Australian International Dean Mumm and South Africa's Francois Louw to see how they assess the Northern Hemisphere sides going into the World Cup next year.
Sun, 15 Mar 15
13 days remaining
Lee James and Caroline Barker bring you the best of the weekend's sport. On Saturday Lee was joined by Chelsea's first black player, Paul Canoville and ex-Ireland cricketer, Andrew White. We'll hear from them on Chelsea's exit from the Champions League, racism in sport and what they have both been up to since retiring. Plus, an in-depth interview with the Premier Leagues's most in-form striker, Harry Kane. While on Sunday Caroline reflects on mixed emotions for Manchester's clubs and Saqlain Mushtaq talks all things Cricket World Cup.
Sun, 8 Mar 15
6 days remaining
Lee James and Sarah Mulkerrins bring you the best from Sportsworld over this FA Cup weekend. They are joined by speed demons, Olympic Silver medalist Richard Thompson and former Formula 1 driver Karun Chandhok. We discuss sexism in football and we have Louis Van Gaal and Ryan Giggs on the rumours of a rift between them and we look back at the weekend's tennis as Novak Djokovic's Serbia beat Balkan neighbours Croatia in the Davis Cup.
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