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Speaking to the Today Programme's Sonali Shah was former England rugby captain Will Carling, who feels that the England teams defeat on Saturday against Wales was down to a lack of leadership in the team.
Speaking to the Today Programme's Rob Bonnet is England Rugby's Head Coach Stuart Lancaster, who has selected his team to play France in the warm up match this Saturday.
The women's Ashes Test starts today at Canterbury. England are trailing Australia 4 points to 2 in the multi-format series, which means they need four points from this match to dstay in the series. The success and recent professionalism of the England team means women's cricket is enjoying a...
Speaking to the Today Programme's Garry Richardson is Chris Broad, the former England cricketer and father of Stuart Broad, who looks ahead to the 4th Test of the Ashes that begins today.
Speaking to the Today Programme's Sara Orchard is the Chelsea footballer John Terry, who looks ahead to today's FA Cup Women's Final featuring Chelsea Ladies and Notts County. He discusses how the revolution of women's football has inspired his daughter and lots of other girls to start playing...
Speaking to the Today Programme's Rob Bonnet is Christian Horner, Team Principal of the Infiniti Red Bull Racing Formula One team
Lewis Thorne, consultant neurosurgeon and Heather Dearie, who had surgery to remove a brain tumour, discuss the lack of support that stems from ignorance about the disease.
Thousands of brain tumour patients in the UK are struggling to cope financially and emotionally, says a report from the...
Speaking to the Today programme's Sonali Shah is legendary golfer Gary Player, who looks ahead to the final day of The Open at St Andrews where amateur Paul Dunne is currently in the lead.
Speaking to the Today Programme's Karthi Gnanasegaram is Stewart Cink, the American golfer who famously beat Tom Watson to win the 2009 Open Championship. Cink discusses how his game has changed over the years, and the uniqueness of playing at St Andrews.
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