It is a well trodden path, that of a sports star becoming a pundit. It is only natural for many retired athletes to want to continue and participate in their sport, and broadcasting is one way they can do this while earning.
What the media looks for these days, though, is
Wimbledon take control of their own broadcasting for the first time in history. Sports Gazette reporter Emily Victoria spoke with Wimbledon's Head of Broadcasting, Paul Davies, to find out how this will impact fans watching at home, and if Wimbledon Broadcasting Services (WBS) can really live up to the BBC's
Harry Redknapp says Southgate's England have a real shot at winning the World Cup, and picked his fantasy all-time World Cup-winning team when he spoke with Sports Gazette reporter Emily Victoria.
It doesn’t matter if you’re at the pub with an ice-cold frothy pint, or if you’re transfixed to the screen
On first impressions when England wicketkeeper Sarah Taylor met me on a busy southwest London road, she emanated a bubbly confidence.
So, it surprised me when she told me later during the interview she had been feeling anxious about our meeting.
Her friendly nature was infectious. She insisted on carrying a rather
On a typical, somewhat average rainy Wednesday in February last year, a couple of rather notable things happened.
In the House of Commons a buzz of agreement from MPs saw them vote in favour of the European Union Bill - giving Theresa May the power to trigger Article 50 and kick-start
As the smell of rubber and dust engulfs the crowd and a car screeches across the finishing line past that chequered flag, it is only a matter of time before the driver hauls themselves out of the cockpit, takes off their helmet and removes their Nordex-fibre balaclava.
Why then is it
It is a well-known fact most sports professionals at the top of their game started the sport from the word go, but was their love for the sport drilled into them by a parent or friend?
Or did their obsession come from something raw and unmovable within?
Do people grow up
Anthony Joshua's corner man, Mark Seltzer, is huge in the boxing scene. He’s the man stood behind the biggest names in British boxing.
He’s the man with the inside scoop. The man who walks step-by-step with fighters right up to the ropes, those four corners of truth, before they unleash
It's been a fantastic week for women in sport with world-class performances and true strength shining through. Please listen to this week's podcast rounding up the headlines here:
Working for one of the most prestigious sports television companies in the world is a dream come true for many people, and working in the football department – well you might as well have won the lottery.
Yes, working in sport means the hours are unsociable and, yes, they are long.