BBC World Service - Stumped, Silverwood on the Ashes, Brexit and karate

England's new coach Chris Silverwood outlines his blueprint for Ashes success down under.Show more England's new head coach Chris Silverwood tells us his plan for winning back the Ashes in Australia - and how a black belt in karate has helped him develop the skills to succeed in international cricket.

BBC Radio Wales - Scrum V Rugby World Cup Daily, RWC Daily 16: Are Fiji a threat to Wales?

HomepageAccessibility linksSkip to contentAccessibility HelpBBC AccountNotificationsHomeNewsSportWeatheriPlayerSoundsCBBCCBeebiesFoodBitesizeArtsTasterLocalTVRadioThreeMenuSearchSearch the BBC Schedule BBC Radio Wales Scrum V Rugby World Cup Daily Radio Wales SportScrum V EpisodesRugby World Cup LiveBBC Sport: Welsh RugbyClipsMore Podcasts Main content Listen now Scrum V Rugby World Cup Daily Gareth and Dafydd discuss Ireland's win over Russia and ask are Fiji a threat to Wales?Download Choose your file Higher quality (128kbps) Lower quality (64kbps) Release date: 03 October 2019 Available now 11 minutes More episodes See all episodes from Scrum V Rugby World Cup Daily Podcast Scrum V Rugby World Cup Daily Gareth Rhys Owen and Nicky Robinson with the inside track from the 2019 Rugby World Cup.

KRC Genk v Napoli - BBC Sport

BookingPosted at 50' Junya Ito (KRC Genk) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.Junya Ito (KRC Genk) right footed shot from the right side of the box is blocked.

BBC World Service - Stumped, England's new fast bowling hope

Saqib Mahmood on his England call-up, India batting confusion and Stevens' swansong at 43 Show more Meet Saqib Mahmood, the exciting young fast bowler England have picked to meet fire with fire in the next Ashes series.Plus, as confusion reigns in the Indian batting order - are teams overthinking their Twenty20 tactics?

BBC Radio 5 live - 5 live Boxing with stello & Bunce, Fury fallout, Canelo-Kovalev, and Taylor targets another title

Katie Taylor explains why she's moving up in weight to face Christina Linardatou Show more Katie Taylor joins the podcast to explain why she's moving up in weight to face Christina Linardatou, and when she wants to rematch Delphine Persoon.Mike and Steve also analyse the fallout from Tyson Fury's victory over Otto Wallin, and ask whether his current training regime might be too intense.

BBC Sounds - Categories - Sport

HomepageAccessibility linksSkip to contentAccessibility HelpBBC AccountNotificationsHomeNewsSportWeatheriPlayerSoundsCBBCCBeebiesFoodBitesizeArtsTasterLocalTVRadioThreeMenuSearchSearch the BBC Listen My Sounds SportFootballView all5 live's World Football Phone-inAmerica North and SouthTim Vickery and Jon Arnold join Dotun this week.35 minsRugby World Cup LiveWales v GeorgiaIan Hunt introduces live commentary of Wales' first clash of the tournament.

BBC World Service - Sportshour, Zimbabwe Netball: What’s next?

HomepageAccessibility linksSkip to contentAccessibility HelpBBC AccountNotificationsHomeNewsSportWeatheriPlayerSoundsCBBCCBeebiesFoodBitesizeArtsTasterLocalTVRadioThreeMenuSearchSearch the BBC Schedule BBC World Service Sportshour Sportshour HomeEpisodesClipsPodcastSubscribe to our NewsletterJoin BBC Global Sport on FacebookFollow us on Twitter Main content Listen now The story of Zimbabwe's amazing journey which saw them compete at the Netball World Cup in Liverpool in July 2019.They went on to finish 8th in the tournament, despite it being their first appearance in the event.

BBC Radio 5 live - Chequered Flag Formula 1, Singapore Grand Prix Preview

HomepageAccessibility linksSkip to contentAccessibility HelpBBC AccountNotificationsHomeNewsSportWeatheriPlayerSoundsCBBCCBeebiesFoodBitesizeArtsTasterLocalTVRadioThreeMenuSearchSearch the BBC Schedule BBC Radio 5 live Chequered Flag Formula 1 HomeEpisodesClipsGalleriesPodcast Main content Listen now Chequered Flag Formula 1 Jennie and team discuss Sebastien Vettel’s current predicament as the 4-time world champion struggles for form while being comfortably beaten by his Ferrari teammate.We hear from both Daniel Ricciardo and Lewis Hamilton who both back the German to return to winning ways.

BBC Radio 5 live - Football Daily, Euro Leagues: More misery for Zidane and a Norwegian sring sensation

HomepageAccessibility linksSkip to contentAccessibility HelpBBC AccountNotificationsHomeNewsSportWeatheriPlayerSoundsCBBCCBeebiesFoodBitesizeArtsTasterLocalTVRadioThreeMenuSearchSearch the BBC Schedule BBC Radio 5 live Football Daily HomeSubscribeClipsLive commentaries606 podcastBBC Sport: FootballBBC Sport: TablesBBC Sport: Gossip Main content Listen now Football Daily Emma Saunders, Guillem Balague and Kristof Terreur discuss more misery for Zinedine Zidane and his Real Madrid team, worries for Inter and Barca - plus a Norwegian wunderkind who has a father well known to slightly older English football fans.Download Choose your file Higher quality (128kbps) Lower quality (64kbps) Release date: 19 September 2019 29 days left to listen 38 minutes More episodes See all episodes from Football Daily Featured in.