World Championships 2015: BBC TV, radio and online coverage

The BBC has extensive live coverage of the 2015 World Athletics Championships across TV, Red Button, radio, online and app.

Gabby Logan will lead the television presentation from BBC Sport's home in Salford, alongside four-time Olympic and eight-time world champion Michael Johnson.

Former world champions Jonathan Edwards and Steve Cram head the team in Beijing from 22-30 August.

Live coverage will be followed by an hour-long evening highlights show.

Edwards and world 100m bronze medallist Darren Campbell will join commentator Mike Costello on Radio 5 live.

Olympians Steve Backley, Paula Radcliffe, Denise Lewis, Colin Jackson and Brendan Foster will add expert analysis across the BBC.

BBC Sport's digital offering will bring live coverage and highlights across PC, mobile, tablet and connected TV, while a highlights package will be available via BBC Red Button from 07:00 each day.

Fans will also be able to share their views via social media, using #bbcathletics  or by commenting on the BBC Sport Facebook  page.

World Championships schedule

*All times are BST.

Saturday, 29 August

03:00-06:00, BBC Two, live action

03:00-06:00, BBC Radio 5 live, live action

12:00-14:30, BBC Radio 5 live, live action

12:10-14:30, BBC One, live action

18:00-19:00, BBC Two, highlights

Sunday, 30 August

00:15-03:00, BBC Two, live action

11:00-14:30, BBC Two, live action

12:00-14:30, BBC Radio 5 live, live action

19:00-20:00, BBC Two, highlights

Diamond League

Coverage details will appear here

Great North City Games, Newcastle

Saturday, 12 September

Coverage details will appear here

Great North Run, Newcastle

Sunday, 13 September

Coverage details will appear here

Great Scottish Run, Glasgow

Sunday, 4 October

Coverage details will appear here

Further details and times will appear here when confirmed


You can view all our TV and Red Button broadcasts as well as listen to our radio sports programming on the BBC iPlayer.

The BBC Sport website is available via desktop, mobile, tablet and app, giving fast and easy access to the live stream, text commentaries, news, reports, schedules, videos, as well as highlights of the day's action. The BBC Sport app is available free for Apple and Android devices.