You can still listen to BBC iPlayer Radio via your browser by visiting bbc.co.uk/radio
23/30 Clare Balding is at Silverstone to explore how Britain led the way in motor racing.
BBC Radio 4
22/30 Clare Balding discovers how the birth of broadcasting changed British sport for ever.
21/30 Clare Balding explores the vital role sport has played during both world wars.
20/30 Clare is in Belfast to explore the impact that the Troubles had on sport in the region.
19/30 Clare Balding is at Croke Park in Dublin to discover how Ireland developed its own sports.
18/30 Clare Balding explores the role rugby has played in shaping Welsh national identity.
17/30 Clare Balding explores the role football has played in shaping Scottish national identity.
BBC Radio 4 FM
16/30 Clare investigates the role our sporting heroes play in shaping national identity.
15/30 Clare Balding looks at the role gambling has played in our relationship with sport.
14/30 Clare Balding discovers how working women were finally given their sporting chance.
13/30 Clare Balding looks at the relationship between boxing and Britain's ethnic minorities.
12/30 Clare Balding discovers how tennis and golf clubs were borne of Victorian middle classes.
11/30 Clare Balding tells a story of lies, expulsions and bigotry when rugby split in two.
10/30 Clare Balding charts how Britain spread the passion for football around the world.
9/30 Clare Balding tells the story of how football went from an amateur pastime to big business
8/30 Clare Balding reveals that sport was the glue that helped keep the British Empire together
7/30 Clare Balding explores the founding of the Football Association in 1863.
6/30 Clare discovers the freedom that Victorian public school girls found on the sports field.
5/30 Clare visits Rugby School to discover why it produced men fit to run the empire.
4/30 Sport and gambling are inextricably linked, especially when it comes to horse racing.
3/30 Clare Balding explores the importance of boxing to the 19th-century alpha male.