Monday night is Inside Sport night
Inside Sport is back on 6 April with big interviews, lively features, incisive comment and a new look.
Gabby Logan is raring to go for the nine-show run in the studio which will look different to previous series.
The set has changed, a sofa is back and on it Gabby will be joined by current sports stars and some of BBC Sport's finest talents.
Our four-time Olympic gold medallist Matthew Pinsent also returns, reporting on a whole host of issues using his unique insight and questioning.
New to the team is Andrew Cotter fresh from his commentaries on the Six Nations. The multi-talented Scot, who's a pretty mean golfer as well as a top class journalist, will also bring us reports from underneath the surface of sport in his own distinctive style.
So what have we got lined up for the new run? Well, for the first show, Gabby meets Manchester United legends Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville. United have had an incredible season by their own high standards and despite a recent wobble, are still in with the chance of landing the 'quintuple'. Giggs has enjoyed an amazing season - a 10th Premier League winners' medal could well be round his neck come May - as could another Champions League and FA Cup honour.
We've also got a feature on Tiger Woods - back on the big stage at the US Masters. Tiger means so much to golf and Andrew will report from Augusta as the year's first major gets under way.
The Masters tees off on 9 April - so who better to join Gabby in the studio than Colin Montgomerie. The new Ryder Cup captain will have many issues to discuss and 'Monty' will be joined on the sofa by Alan Hansen, so expect a lively exchange on all sporting matters from the Match Of The Day regular.
Also on the show and throughout the run, there'll be some lighter moments - so expect a mix of light and shade - after all, sport is full of highs and lows, controversy, fun and enjoyment as it plays such an important part in our lives.
I know some viewers have complained about the timeslot for the show but this series we do have a somewhat more regular slot - 11.05pm for the first six shows, and the last three at 11.15pm. It will also be be on the red button, reversioned for the BBC News channel and for BBC World News, plus it will be on the BBC iPlayer, so there are plenty of ways you can catch it!
From now until June, I will be blogging, so be honest and upfront with your comments. Feedback is crucial - and I will endeavour to answer as many questions and queries as possible. We're also hoping to get Matthew blogging too, so watch this space on that one ...
All I can add for now is the whole team can't wait to get going - we're really excited to be producing Inside Sport, so tune in on Monday, 6 April at 1105pm. Gabby's expecting you...
Alastair McIntyre is the editor of Inside Sport
Monday evenings, 1105pm on BBC1 from 6 April