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Are transgender women a 'threat' to female sport?
We discuss whether transgender women should be allowed to compete in women's sport.
New Zealand's 'Darkest Day'
How do the Bangladeshi cricket team recover following the horrific New Zealand massacre?
Kemoy Campbell: Doctors told me I died
The Jamaican athlete was told by doctors he had "died" after collapsing on the track.
Cycling's silent suffering
Paralympic cyclist Hannah Dines tell's Shari Vahl why some female riders are suffering.
'Pregnancy had no place in my plans for Tokyo 2020'
GB Olympian opens up about feeling her pregnancy interrupted her preparations for Tokyo.
Augusta: Jennifer Kupcho Makes History
The 21 year old became the first winner of the Augusta National Women’s Amateur event.
#Enough: Making a Stand Against Racism
Footballers boycotted social media for 24 hours to protest racial abuse online.
JohnBoy Smith: From being shot to the winners podium
JohnBoy Smith speaks about his journey from being shot to competing in marathons.
Women's FA Cup final day
Caroline Barker previews the Women's FA Cup final with four time winner Lianne Sanderson.
A leftfield look at the Premier League with comedians Emily Dean and Justin Moorhouse
The FA Cup final family
We preview the FA Cup with three generations of Watford FC fans.
The Refugee Footballer: How football saved my life
We hear from football player and refugee Hakeem al-Araibi who has been freed from jail.
Champions League Final
We're live in Madrid previewing the Champions League final between Liverpool and Spurs
The Women's World Cup has arrived
We are live in France as the Women's World Cup begins and the French Open ends.
The record breaking USA team at the Women's World Cup
USA breaks scoring record in their 13-0 win over Thailand at the World Cup in France
The three trailblazing commentators
Meet three women who are making history at the Women's World Cup from the commentary box.
Women's World Cup: Why South America is falling behind
We discuss the lack of South American dominance at the Women's World Cup
Women's World Cup Final special
We're live in Lyon to preview the Women's World Cup final between Netherlands and USA
Live at Wimbledon ahead of the Women's final and preview Sunday's Cricket World Cup final
A year to the Tokyo Olympics
With a year to go until the Tokyo Olympics we speak to sprinter James Ellington.
Swimming the Seven Seas
We hear about a woman's quest to swim the seven seas and we go live to Paris for the TDF.
Sportshour at the Ashes
We’re live from Edgbaston, as England and Australia get the first Ashes Test underway.
Premier League Preview
The Premier League is back and we look at the hopes and fears of fans around the world.
Ruiz v Joshua II: Is there appetite in the Middle East?
The decision to stage the rematch in Saudi Arabia has been deemed as controversial.
The Ashes at Edgbaston
Sportshour comes live from Edgbaston as the first Test of the Ashes is in full swing.
WWE CBO Stephanie McMahon on her quest to change the media coverage of women's sport.
Football and Addiction
Hear from two former Premier League players about their battles with addiction.
Close of Play
Cricketer Cecil Wright retires after 60 years at the wicket
'Allow women into football stadiums'
Sahar Khodayari died protesting for women to be allowed into stadiums in Iran.
‘A testament to our Union and our country’
We meet the first female Team Manager at a men’s Rugby World Cup.
Michelle Payne and the race that stopped Australia
The film Ride Like A Girl tells the story of Michelle Payne's Melbourne Cup success