Wednesday 29 Oct 2014
The Super League Show returns to the BBC for a new season of programmes from this Sunday (31 January), promising a rich mix of action, analysis and features – plus a variety of ways to watch.
The programme will be broadcast firstly on BBC One in the north of England on Sunday at 1.00pm. Times will vary during the season, depending on other sporting events.
It is then repeated on BBC Two across the UK later on Sunday night at 4.45am.
It is also available on the BBC iPlayer for the next seven days, as well as online at bbc.co.uk/rugbyleague.
The series, broadcast each week from BBC Leeds, will be presented by Harry Gration.
He will be joined by regular studio pundit Robbie Paul, currently playing for Leigh Centurions, and other top names from the sport.
Commentator Dave Woods and reporter Tanya Arnold will help reflect the passion and excitement of Super League rugby as the season progresses.
Richard Coventry of Televideo, who produce The Super League Show for the BBC, said: "The programme will continue to bring viewers all the best action as well as in-depth features from the Rugby League world.
"Once again, in addition to match highlights, we will bring the programme closer to the viewers, with live outside broadcasts from Rugby League venues.
"We shall also report the latest news about the game on and off the field."
Charles Runcie, executive producer for the BBC, added: "It's great to have the Super League Show back, and with it available via the red button and the BBC iPlayer you can catch up with it anytime.
"With live Challenge Cup action on TV, our in-depth coverage on BBC Local Radio, plus the latest rugby league news at www.bbc.co.uk/rugbyleague, we've plenty for rugby league fans on the BBC this season."
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