Good afternoon, grapple fans

29 Jan 2013

For over thirty years, there was only one place to be at Four O’Clock in the afternoon on a Saturday: in front of a television set watching a phenomenon, some might say a battle between good and evil.

Playing away

9 Mar 2008

Premier League goes international?

Soccer Saturday

1 May 2007

A sports broadcasting phenomenon analysed

The Sporting Class

29 Apr 2006

Television, sport and social class

Choose sport or war

17 Jul 2003

Damien Cahill watches the broadcasters decide

Ladies and gentlemen, play

17 Jul 2003

Jeff Bartrop on the BBC/Wimbledon connection

A day attheraces

1 Jan 2003

Ian Beaumont bets on Channel Four


1 Feb 2002

Robin Carmody on a time without football

Australian Rules Cricket

1 Feb 2002

Damien Cahill watches cricket down under


2 Jan 2002

Robin Carmody on Grandstand and its critics

Football focus

2 Jan 2002

Jeff Bartrop watches the World Cup


2 Jan 2002

Damien Cahill on football’s recovery

Sport active

2 Jan 2002

Andrew Corcoran on pressing red

Premiership problems

2 Jan 2002

Carl Ellis on the errors in TV rights

Rugby International

2 Jan 2002

Carl Ellis watches the Super League

A league of their own

2 Jan 2002

Carl Ellis sees Rugby League spread

Into the premier league

2 Jan 2002

Colm O’Rourke on how Sky changed football

Regional fun and games

1 Jan 2002

Carl Ellis’s overlaps ruin a football game