Sport on the BBC: Best of this week's TV & radio coverage

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Follow all the action from the Challenge Cup semi-finals across BBC TV, radio, online and the BBC Sport mobile app

Find out the details of the major sports coverage on offer across BBC television, radio and online this week.

Visit our live guide for direct links to all our live sporting coverage - including text commentaries - while BBC Sport app users can also set event reminders so they never miss a moment of their favourite sports.

All times BST. Fixtures and event start times are subject to change. The BBC is not responsible for any changes that may be made. For more details of forthcoming coverage, visit the specific sport's page on the website. Coverage on BBC Red Button can be subject to late schedule changes.

Tuesday, 25 July

Henry Blofeld

BBC Radio 5 live celebrates Test Match Special's 60th birthday with two programmes, and you can catch all the latest swimming action from the World Aquatics Championships on BBC Two, Red Button, Connected TV and online.

13:00-13:45, Rugby league - Super League Show, BBC Two (repeated 19:00 on BBC Red Button)

16:15-19:00, Swimming - Men's 200m freestyle - GB's James Guy in action, World Swimming Championships, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

16:30-18:00, Swimming - World Swimming Championships, BBC Two (until 19:00, Connected TV and online; 18:00-19:00, BBC Red Button)

16:30-18:00, Swimming - Men's 200m Freestyle and Women's 1500m Breaststroke, World Swimming Championships, BBC Two

19:00-22:30, Cricket - Derbyshire Falcons v Lancashire Lightning, T20 Blast, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

18:50-20:15, Football - Club America v Co Antrim, Super Cup NI, Connected TV and online

19:30-21:30, Cricket - A documentary celebrating 60 years of Test Match Special, BBC Radio 5 live

20:30-21:30, Cricket - A live programme looking back at the 60 years Test Match Special has been on air, BBC Radio 5 live

21:30-22:30, Athletics - Darren Campbell presents a special programme on relay racing, BBC Radio 5 live

Wednesday, 26 July

Worcestershire's Joe Clarke

Nottinghamshire face Worcestershire in the T20 Blast on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra and coverage continues from the World Aquatics Championships across BBC TV, Red Button, Connected TV and online.

13:20-14:45, Football - Strikers FC v Otago, Super Cup NI, Connected TV and online

16:30-18:00, Swimming - Women's 200m freestyle & Men's 200m butterfly, World Swimming Championships, BBC Two (until 19:00, Connected TV and online; 16:15-19:15, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra)

16:50-18:15, Football - Beijing DCFC Morning Star Utd v Co Tyrone, NI Super Cup, Connected TV and online

19:15-22:30, Cricket - Nottinghamshire v Worcestershire, T20 Blast, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

18:50-20:15, Football - Newcastle Utd v Komazawa Uni FC, NI Super Cup, Connected TV and online

19:30-21:00, Cricket - The Tuffers and Vaughan Cricket Show, BBC Radio 5 live

21:00-22:00, Football - Women's Euro 2017 Football: news and debate, BBC Radio 5 live

Thursday, 27 July

Joe Root

England get the third Test against South Africa under way at The Oval on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra, while England and Scotland continue their Women's Euro 2017 campaigns on 5 live and 5 live sports extra.

10:25-18:45, Cricket - England v South Africa, third Test, day one, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

16:50-19:00, Swimming - Men's 100m freestyle final & Women's 50m backstroke final, World Swimming Championships, BBC Red Button

18:50-20:15, Football - Fixture TBC, NI Super Cup semi-final, Connected TV and online

19:40-21:45, Football - Scotland v Spain, Women's Euro 2017, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

19:45-22:00, Football - Portugal v England, Women's Euro 2017, BBC Radio 5 live (Build-up from 19:00)

21:00-22:00, Football - Alfie v Homophobia, Hate in the Beautiful Game, BBC One Wales

22:40-23:10, Boxing - Fight Game: The McGuigans, Episode 1, BBC One NI

Friday, 28 July

James Guy

Great Britain's 4x200m relay team begin the defence of their world title at the World Aquatic Championships on BBC Two, Red Button, Connected TV and online as day two of the third cricket Test between England and South Africa continues on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra.

08:55-10:35, Formula 1 - Hungarian Grand Prix, first practice, BBC Sport online

10:25-18:45, Cricket - England v South Africa, third Test, day two, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

12:55-14:35, Formula 1 - Hungarian Grand Prix, second practice, BBC Sport online

13:00-14:00, The Friday Sports Panel, BBC Radio 5 live

16:30-18:00, Swimming - Men's 4x200m freestyle relay and women's 100m freestyle, World Swimming Championships, BBC Two (until 19:00, Connected TV and online; 18:00-19:00, BBC Red Button)

16:50-20:25, Football - Junior Section Final and Premier Section Final, NI Super Cup, Connected TV and online

18:45-23:00, Cricket - Sussex Sharks v Middlesex, T20 Blast, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

21:00-22:00, eSports: Gfinity Elite Series, Connected TV and online

21:00-22:00, Formula 1 - Hungarian Grand Prix Preview, BBC Radio 5 live

22:35-23:35, Boxing - Fight Game: The McGuigans, Episode 2 & 3, BBC One NI

Saturday, 29 July

Kallum Watkins of Leeds Rhinos is tackled by Mark Minichiello of Hull FC

Hull FC face Leeds Rhinos in the semi-final of the Challenge Cup, live across BBC TV, radio and online. Elsewhere, the Triathlon World Series heads to Edmonton and eSports' Gfinity Elite Series continues, with coverage on the BBC Red Button, Connected TV and online.

05:00-05:30, Boxing - 5 live Boxing with Costello and Bunce, BBC Radio 5 live

09:00-11:00, The Danny Baker Show, BBC Radio 5 live

09:55-11:05, Formula 1 - Hungarian Grand Prix, final practice, BBC Sport online

10:00-18:45, Cricket - England v South Africa, third Test, day three, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

11:00-12:00, At Home with Colin Murray: Carl Frampton, BBC Radio 5 live

13:00-14:00, Formula 1 - Hungarian Grand Prix, qualifying, BBC Radio 5 live

13:15-14:00, Athletics - Brendan Foster: A Life in Athletics, BBC One

14:00-16:30, Rugby league - Hull FC v Leeds Rhinos, Challenge Cup semi-final, BBC One, Connected TV and online (14:30-16:30, BBC Radio 5 live; Forum, 16:25-17:00, BBC Red Button, Connected TV and online)

16:30-17:00, Athletics - Jessica Ennis Hill & The Next Generation, BBC Two

17:00-18:00, Swimming - World Swimming Championships, BBC Two (18:00-19:00, BBC Red Button; uninterrupted coverage on Connected TV and online)

18:00-18:50, Cycling - Ride London: Women's Classique, BBC Two (17:00-18:00, BBC Red Button; uninterrupted coverage on Connected TV and online)

18:00-20:00, Cricket - 6-Duck-6, calls and reaction on day three of England's third Test against South Africa, BBC Radio 5 live

19:40-21:45, Football - Women's Euro 2017, quarter-finals, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

20:00-21:30, Triathlon - World Series: Edmonton, women's race, Connected TV and online (repeated on BBC Red Button 02:30-04:15)

21:00-23:00, eSports - Gfinity Elite Series, Connected TV and online

22:00-23:30, Triathlon - World Series: Edmonton, men's race, BBC Red Button and online

00:00-02:30, BMX - World Championships, BBC Red Button, Connected TV and online

Sunday, 30 July

Lewis Hamilton wins the Hungarian GP in 2016

The Formula 1 season heads to Budapest for the Hungarian Grand Prix, where you can listen to all the drama of the race on BBC Radio 5 live. Also, Wigan Warriors take on Salford Red Devils for a spot in the Challenge Cup final; follow build-up, commentary and post-match reaction on BBC TV, radio and online.

09:00-10:00, Sportsweek, BBC Radio 5 live

10:00-11:00, 5 live Sport - Classic moments and and iconic highlights from 90 years of radio sport commentary at the BBC, BBC Radio 5 live

10:00-18:45, Cricket - England v South Africa, third Test, day four, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

11:00-12:00, Cycling - RideLondon-Surrey 100, BBC One

13:00-14:30, Formula 1 - Hungarian Grand Prix, race, BBC Radio 5 live

14:00-16:30, Rugby league, Wigan Warriors v Salford Red Devils, Challenge Cup semi-final, BBC One, Connected TV and online (14:30-16:30, BBC Radio 5 live; Forum, 16:25-17:00, BBC Red Button, Connected TV and online)

15:35-18:35, Cycling - RideLondon-Surrey Classic, BBC One (13:50-15:35, BBC Red Button; 13:50-18:35, uninterrupted coverage on Connected TV and online)

16:30-18:30, 5 live Sport - News and interviews, plus coverage of the Women's Euro 2017 quarter-finals, BBC Radio 5 live

16:30-19:00, Swimming - World Swimming Championships, BBC Two

17:00-18:00, eSports - Gfinity Elite Series, Connected TV and online

18:00-19:00, Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy, BBC Radio 5 live

19:40-21:45, Football - Women's Euro 2017 quarter-finals, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

Monday, 31 July

The Oval Cricket Ground

The Tuffers and Vaughan Cricket Show provides analysis and debate on all the action from The Oval in third Test between England and South Africa on BBC Radio 5 live, as BBC Two brings you highlights of the Edmonton leg of the World Triathlon Series.

04:30-05:00, Formula 1 - Hungarian Grand Prix Review, BBC Radio 5 live

10:00-18:45, Cricket - England v South Africa, third Test, day five, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

11:00-12:30, Triathlon - Edmonton Highlights (18:00-21:00, repeated on BBC Red Button)

19:30-20:30, Cricket - The Tuffers and Vaughan Cricket Show, BBC Radio 5 live

20:30-22:30, Football - The Monday Night Club, BBC Radio 5 live

Tuesday, 1 August

Hampshire batsman Lewis McManus

The T20 Blast continues with commentary of Kent's trip to Hampshire on Radio 5 live sports extra, while Radio 5 live looks ahead to the new football season, previewing the Championship and the EFL.

18:45-23:00, Cricket - Hampshire v Kent, T20 Blast, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

19:30-21:00, Athletics - 5 live Track and Field, Usain Bolt - 100 days that shook the world, BBC Radio 5 live

21:00-22:30, Football - Championship and EFL Preview, BBC Radio 5 live

00:45-02:00, Tennis - Sue Barker: Our Wimbledon, BBC Two (repeat)

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