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The new Gabby Logan Show


  • Sunday mornings from 24 February 2008,
    10.00am to noon

 

Gabby Logan returns to BBC Radio 5 Live for a new Sunday show combining her skills in presenting across news and sport.

 

Beginning on Sunday 24 February, the show features a mix of chat and comment on the week's big stories and incorporates a weekly panel show format called News v Sport.

 

Gabby will challenge her studio guests to pit the biggest news and sport stories of the week against each other to decide which stories have had the bigger impact on us all.

 

For the first show she is joined by comedian Des Clarke and broadcaster and TV presenter Andrea Catherwood.

 

Regular contributors include Spectator columnist and actor Clemency Burton-Hill, comedians Des Clarke and Russell Kane, and political journalist Alan Schofield, who was a former special advisor to John Prescott.

 

Plus, from the world of sport former England footballer Graeme Le Saux and England Test cricketer Graeme Swann.

 

Gabby says: "I'm really excited to have my own show on Radio 5 Live and look forward to helping listeners get their Sundays started.

 

"The programme is all about the big stories of the week, whatever their origin, and I'll relish the challenge of bringing something different to the weekend."

 

The Gabby Logan Show is a Bite Yer Legs production for the BBC. Keith Bunker and Isobel Williams are executive producers.

 

There will be a Gabby Logan podcast available online at bbc.co.uk/5live.

 

Listen to 5 Live via digital radio, digital television, online at bbc.co.uk/5live, and on 909 & 693 MW.

 

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Category: 5 Live
Date: 21.02.2008
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