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BBC Sport is a department of the BBC providing national sports coverage for BBC Television, radio and online. Over the years it has built a broadcasting on air team of presenters, commentators, reporters and experts/analysts. This article details the current and former sports broadcasting teams appearing on the BBC Sport coverage by sport. Although BBC Sport was only branded BBC Sport from the start of the 1988 Summer Olympics, the team also includes those who provided sports coverage on the BBC before the formation of the department.

Television[edit]

Sport Presenter(s) Analyst(s)/Expert(s) Commentator(s) Reporter(s)
Alpine skiing Graham Bell (December 2006–present)[1]
Ed Leigh (December 2006–present)[2]
Graham Bell (February 1999–present)[1]
Chemmy Alcott (January 2015–present)[1]
Ed Drake[1]
Matt Chilton (December 1996–present)[3]
Graham Bell (December 2000–present)[4]
Charlie Brougham (January 2011–present)[5]
Chemmy Alcott (January 2016–present)[6]
Graham Bell (December 2006–present)
American Football Mark Chapman (October 2011–present)[7]
Nat Coombs (October 2015–present)[8]
Caroline Barker (September 2017–present)[9]
Sam Quek (December 2017–present)[10]
Osi Umenyiora (October 2015–present)[11]
Jason Bell (November 2015–present)[11]
Mike Carlson (February 2008–present)[12]
Al Michaels Feed[13]
Cris Collinsworth Feed[13]
Michele Tafoya Feed[13]
Caroline Barker (February 2018[13] – present)
Athletics Gabby Logan (August 2012[14] – present)
JJ Chalmers Marathon & Runs (April 2018[15]–present)
Radzi Chinyanganya (May 2018[16] – present)
Nick Hope (April 2017–present)[17]
Dougie Vipond Scotland (October 2013–present)[18]
Jason Mohammad Wales (October 2015–present)[19]
Lowri Morgan Wales (October 2017–present)[20]
Colin Jackson (August 2003–present)[21]
Denise Lewis (August 2007–present)[22][23]
Michael Johnson Olympics/Worlds/Commonwealths (July 2002–present)[24]
Paula Radcliffe (January 2013–present)[25]
Steve Cram (August 2001–present)[26]
Toni Minichiello (March 2016–present)[27][28]
Jessica Ennis-Hill (August 2017–present)[29]
Greg Rutherford (March 2018–present)
Steve Cram (January 1999–present)[30]
Andrew Cotter (January 2013–present)[31]
Steve Backley (January 2009–present)[32]
Paula Radcliffe (April 2010–present)[33]
Colin Jackson (July 2003–present)[34]
Katherine Merry (September 2015[35]–present)
The Right Honourable Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson DBE DL Para-Athletics and Wales (April 2007–present)[36]
Tim Hutchings (July 2010[37]–present) Feed
Chris Dennis (May 2016[38]-present) Feed[39]
Kris Temple Online[40]
Jenny Meadows Online[40]
Pete Matthews Online[40]
JJ Chalmers (May 2017[41]–present)
Colin Jackson (February 2004[42]–present)
Radzi Chinyanganya (August 2015–present)[43]
Jeanette Kwakye (April 2018–present)
Denise Lewis (April 2011–present)[44]
Steve Brown London Marathon (April 2017–present)[45]
Jazmin Sawyers London Marathon (April 2017–present)[45]
David Currie Scotland (October 2013–present)[18]
Rhona McLeod Scotland (October 2013–present)[18]
Lowri Morgan Wales (October 2015–present)[46]
Christian Malcolm Wales (October 2016–present)[47]
Badminton Nick Hope[48] Gail Emms[48] Paul Hand
Morten Frost Online
Gillian Clark Online
Basketball Ayo Akinwolere Red Button/Online[49] Vince Macauley Red Button/Online[49]
Mark Clark Red Button/Online[50]
Andreas Kapoulas Red Button/Online[50]
Nigel Lloyd Red Button/Online[50]
Dan Routledge Red Button/Online[51]
Helen Naylor Red Button/Online[51]
Mark Woods Red Button/Online[51]
Rob Paternostro Red Button/Online[49]
Siobhan Prior Red Button/Online[52]
Anthony Rowe Red Button/Online[52]
Dave Elderkin Red Button/Online[53]
Len Busch Red Button/Online[54]
Chris Lowe Red Button/Online[55]
Andre Lockhart Red Button/Online[56]
Creon Raftopoulos Red Button/Online[50]
Dan Routledge Red Button/Online[52]
Beach volleyball Charlie Brougham World Feed[57]
Biathlon, Cross Country, Nordic Combined, Ski Jumping Graham Bell[58] Posy Musgrave (February 2018–present)[58] Rob Walker
Ollie Williams (February 2018–present)[59]
Posy Musgrave (February 2018–present)[60]
Bowls Rishi Persad[61]
David Currie Scotland
David Corkill[61]
John Price[61]
Paul Mitchell
Boxing John Inverdale Anthony Joshua
Steve Bunce[57]
Pat McCormack
Sandy Ryan
Dalton Smith
Ronald McIntosh[57]
Richie Woodhall[57]
Chris Latchem
Canoeing Matthew Pinsent Helen Reeves Patrick Winterton
Helen Reeves
Commonwealth Games Clare Balding[62]
Hazel Irvine[62]
Jason Mohammad (July 2014–present)[62]
Gabby Logan (April 2018–present)[62]
JJ Chalmers (April 2018–present)[62]
Chris Hoy[57]
Rebecca Adlington[57]
Michael Johnson[57]
As individual sports
Hazel Irvine[63]
Steve Cram (April 2018–present)[63]
Katherine Downes (April 2018–present)[57]
As individual sports
Matthew Pinsent[57]
Patrick Gearey[57]
Nick Hope[57]
Holly Hamilton[57]
Jeanette Kwakye[57]
Jessica Creighton[57]
Katherine Downes
Jill Douglas[57]
Katherine Grainger (2014–present)
Eddie Butler
As individual sports
Curling Dougie Vipond Scotland Jackie Lockhart[1]
Logan Gray[1]
Rhona Martin[1]
David Murdoch[1]
Steve Cram
Jackie Lockhart
Logan Gray
Bob Kelly Scotland
Steve Cram
Cycling – BMX Tim Warwood Chris Hoy Simon Brotherton
Chris Hoy
Cycling – Road Jill Douglas Chris Boardman
David Millar
Rochelle Gilmore
Simon Brotherton[57]
Chris Boardman[57]
David Millar
Rochelle Gilmore
Tim Warwood
Cycling – Track Clare Balding
Jill Douglas[64]
Chris Hoy
Sarah Storey
Joanna Rowsell Shand
Simon Brotherton[57]
Chris Boardman[57]
Jill Douglas
Darts Jason Mohammad Vassos Alexander
Dan Dawson
Alan Warriner-Little
Paul Nicholson
Mark Webster
Caroline Barker
Diving Helen Skelton Leon Taylor Katherine Downes[57]
Leon Taylor[57]
Bob Ballard Online(2018)
Jack Laugher Online(2018)[65]
Equestrian Clare Balding (August 1997[66]–present)
Katherine Downes (August 2017[67]–present)
Lee McKenzie (December 2015[68]–present)
Ian Stark (May 2009[69]–present)
Andy Austin (May 2009[70]–present)
Harry Meade Eventing (August 2017[71]–present)
Adam Cromarty (August 2017[72]–present)
Steven Wilde (August 2017[73]–present)
Nick Luck (September 2017[74]–present)
Judy Harvey Dressage (July 2012[75]–present)
Ian Stark Eventing & Cross Country (May 2009[69]–present)
Andy Austin Showjumping (May 2009[70]–present)
Harry Meade Eventing (August 2017[71]–present)
Esports Julia Hardy[76] Shane Omad[76]
Gareth Bateson[76]
Shane Omad[76]
Gareth Bateson[76]
European Games Nick Hope
David McDaid
Figure Skating Katherine Downes Robin Cousins[1]
Jayne Torvill[1]
Christopher Dean[1]
Katherine Downes
Robin Cousins
David McDaid
Football (Men's) Gary Lineker[77][78]
Mark Chapman[79]
Dan Walker[78][79]
Jason Mohammad[78][79]
Gabby Logan[79]
Manish Bhasin
Jacqui Oatley
Eilidh Barbour
Reshmin Chowdhury[80]
Seema Jaswal (April 2018[81]–present)
Jonathan Sutherland Scotland
David Currie Scotland
Rob Maclean Scotland
Stephen Watson Northern Ireland
Mark Siddebottom Northern Ireland[82]
Joel Taggart Northern Ireland[83]
Michael McNamee Northern Ireland[83]
Calum Macamhlaidh Alba[84]
Megan Nicgill-Fhaolain Alba[84]
Alan Shearer[77][78]
Ian Wright[77]
Jermaine Jenas[78][79]
Danny Murphy[78][79]
Kevin Kilbane[79]
Ruud Gullit[79]
Robbie Savage
Martin Keown[78][79]
Jason Roberts
Mark Lawrenson[79]
John Hartson[79]
Dion Dublin[79]
Garth Crooks[79]
Danny Mills[79]
Frank Lampard[77][78]
Phil Neville[78][79]
Alex Scott[78][85]
Jürgen Klinsmann[78]
Didier Drogba[78]
Pablo Zabaleta[78]
Matthew Upson[85]
Ryan Mason[86]
Paul Ince[86]
Michael Stewart Scotland
John Hughes Scotland
Pat Nevin Scotland
Terry Butcher Scotland
Ronald De Boer Scotland
Helen Ward Wales[87]
Danny Gabbidon Wales[87]
Nathan Blake Wales[88]
Chris Morgan Northern Ireland
Guy Mowbray[79][89]
Steve Wilson[79][89]
Jonathan Pearce[79][89]
Steve Bower[79][89]
Simon Brotherton[79][89]
Vicki Sparks[89]
Alistair Mann[89]
Kevin Kilbane[89]
Mark Lawrenson[89]
Chris Wise
Danny Murphy
Jermaine Jenas[90]
Martin Keown[91]
Phil Neville[92]
Joel Taggart Northern Ireland
Thomas Kane Northern Ireland[82]
Chris Morgan Northern Ireland[82]
Michael McNamee Northern Ireland
Gavin Andrews Northern Ireland
Liam McLeod Scotland
Craig Paterson Scotland
Luke Shanley Scotland
Simon Davies Wales[87]
John Hartson Wales[87]
Danny Gabbidon Wales[88]
Jack Collison Wales
Derek Macaoidh Alba[84]
Gabby Logan[78]
Mark Clemmit[93]
Ayo Akinwolere[94]
Caroline De Moraes[95]
Rachel Stringer[96]
Catrin Heledd Wales[87]
Jonathan Sutherland Scotland[97]
Liam McLeod Scotland[97]
Kenny Crawford Scotland[97]
Scott Davie Scotland[97]
John Barnes Scotland[97]
Sandra Brown Scotland[97]
Brian McLauchlin Scotland[97]
Charlie Mann Scotland[97]
Nial Foster Northern Ireland[82]
Football (Women's) Gabby Logan
Tina Daheley
Eilidh Barbour
Reshmin Chowdhury[98]
Ian Hunt (Wales)
Kelly Smith
Rachel Brown-Finnis
Casey Stoney
Mark Sampson
Alex Scott[99]
Jonathan Pearce
Sue Smith
Ross Heaton
Robyn Cowen
Freestyle Skiing Graham Bell
Ed Leigh
Jenny Jones
Jenny Jones
Ed Leigh
Tim Warwood
Graham Bell
James Woods (February 2018)[100]
Tim Warwood
Ed Leigh
Graham Bell
Matt Chilton[58]
Murray Buchan (February 2018)[101]
James Woods (February 2018)[102]
Tim Warwood
Jenny Jones
Nick Hope[103]
Gaelic Football Mark Sidebottom[104] Oisín McConville[105]
Martin McHugh[105]
Martin Clarke[106]
Thomas Niblock[104]
Thomas Kane[104]
Martin McHugh[107]
Martin Clarke[105]
Thomas Kane[104]
Paddy Bradley[108]
Golf Eilidh Barbour[109]
Stephen Watson Northern Ireland[110]
Ken Brown[109] Peter Alliss[109]
Andrew Cotter[109]
Paul Azinger[109]
Maureen Madill[111]
Mark James[111]
Rishi Persad[109]
Ken Brown
Gymnastics Matt Baker Beth Tweddle
Daniel Keatings
Kristian Thomas[112]
Matt Baker
Christine Still[57]
Craig Heap[57]
Beth Tweddle[112]
Katie Foster Online[113]
Kristian Thomas Online[113]
Nick Hope
Craig Heap[112]
David McDaid
Handball Chris O'Reilly Online (May 2018[114]–present)
Mark Hawkins Online (May 2018[114]–present)
Rebecca Duncan (May 2018[115]–present)
Hockey Rishi Persad
Matthew Pinsent
Simon Mason
Mel Clewlow
Kate Richardson-Walsh
Matt Chilton[57]
Simon Mason[57]
Mel Clewlow
Kate Richardson-Walsh[57]
Helen Richardson-Walsh[57]
Nick Irvine Online[49]
Maddie Hinch Online[49]
Andy Halliday Online[49]
Des Corkhill Online[52]
Mohd Dharmaraj Abdullah 'Online[52]
Ashley Morrison
Red Button/Online[52]
Charlie Brougham
Red Button/Online[52]
Arul Selvaraj
Red Button/Online[52]
Callum Patterson Online (May 2018[114]–present)
Vikki Bunce Online (May 2018[114]–present)
Gavin Byers Online (May 2018[114]–present)
Simon Mantell Online
Horse racing Mark Siddebottom Northern Ireland[116] Johnny Murtagh Northern Ireland[116]
Sarah Travers Northern Ireland[116]
Thomas Kane Northern Ireland[116]
Chris Suitor Fashion Northern Ireland[116]
Cathy Martin Fashion Northern Ireland[116]
Ice Hockey
Kent Simpson (February 2018–present)[117]
Seth Bennett
Kent Simpson (February 2018–present)[118]
Paul Thompson (February 2018[119]–present)
Colin Fray (February 2018[120]–present)
Ryan Finnerty (February 2018[120]–present)
Sir Matthew Pinsent[121]
Invictus Games JJ Chalmers (2017–present)[122]
Ade Adepitan (2016–present)[122]
Daraine Mulvihill (2016–present)[122]
Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson (2014–present)[123]
Steve Brown (2014–present)[123]
Jon-Allan Butterworth (2014–present)[123]
Jayant Mistry (2016–present)[123]
Martine Wright (2014–present)[123]
Stef Reid (2017–present)[122]
Jaco van Gass (2017–present)[122]
Eddie Butler (2014–present)[123]
Mike Costello (2014–present)[123]
Mike Sewell (2016–present)[123]
Chris Mitchell (2016–present)[123]
Tanni Grey-Thompson (2014–present)[123]
Steve Brown (2014–present)[123]
Jon-Allan Butterworth (2014–present)[123]
Jayant Mistry (2016–present)[123]
Martine Wright (2014–present)[123]
Stef Reid (2017–present)[122]
Rachael Latham (2017–present)[122]
Steve Brown (2017–present)[122]
Stef Reid (2017–present)[122]
JJ Chalmers (2017–present)[122]
Mixed martial arts Stephen Watson Northern Ireland[124] Noel O Keeffe Northern Ireland[124]
Phil Campbell Northern Ireland[124]
Modern pentathlon Matthew Pinsent Eleanor Oldroyd
Steph Cook
Motorcycling Gavin Andrews[107]
Stephen Watson[125]
Phillip McCallen Online[107] Dave Moore[107]
Steve Parrish Online[107]
Richard Nichols Online[107]
Larry Carter[126]
Motorsport Stephen Watson Steve Parrish
Jack Nichols
Allan McNish
Tom Clarkson
Jennie Gow
Tom Clarkson
Netball Hazel Irvine (2017)[127]
Catrin Heledd (2017)[127]
Tamsin Greenway[57]
Natalie Seaton (2017)[127]
Jess Thirlby (2017)[127]
Billy Pritchard (2017)[127]
Stephanie Perry (2017)[127]
Caroline Barker (2017–present)[127]
Sara Bayman (2018–present)[128]
Lucia Sdao (2017)[127]
Billy Pritchard (2017)[127]
Stephanie Perry (2017)[127]
Jennie Gow (2018)[129]
Lisa O'Sullivan (2018)[130]
David White (2018)[129]
Lyn Carpenter (2018)[128]
Geri McGuire (2018)[131]
Maggie Jackson (2018)[132]
Lauren Jenkins (2017)[127]
Roller Derby Roller Polar Bear Online (February 2018[133]–present)
Rowing John Inverdale
Matthew Pinsent
Clare Balding Boat Race
Sir Steve Redgrave
Dame Katherine Grainger
Tom James
Helen Glover
Constantine Louloudis Boat Race
George Nash Boat Race
Garry Herbert
James Cracknell
Andrew Cotter Boat Race
Zoe de Toledo Boat Race
Wayne Pommen Boat Race
Tom James Boat Race
Cath Bishop Boat Race
Jason Mohammad Boat Race
Radzi Chinyanganya Boat Race
Rugby league Mark Chapman[134]
Tanya Arnold
Brian Noble[134]
Jamie Peacock[135]
Eorl Crabtree
John Kear[136]
Robbie Hunter-Paul[134]
Jonathan Davies
Jon Wilkin[134]
Kevin Sinfield[134]
Justin Morgan[134]
Kyle Amor[137]
Richard Mathers[138]
Danny McGuire[139]
Danny Kirmond[140]
Iestyn Harris[141]
Gareth Ellis[52]
Luke Robinson[52]
Stevie Ward[142]
Jamie Jones-Buchanan[143]
Adam Cuthbertson[57]
Lois Forsell[144]
Tyrone McCarthy[145]
Andrew Henderson[145]
Paul Cooke[146]
Lee Radford[135]
Justin Holbrook (June 2018[147])
Dave Woods[148]
Jonathan Davies[134]
Iestyn Harris[134]
John Kear[134]
Matt Newsum[137]
Stuart Pyke[138]
Luke Robinson[138]
Jamie Jones-Buchanan[149]
Richard Stead[141]
Johnny I'Anson[143]
Phil Kinsella[143]
Tim Steere[57]
Brian Noble[150]
James Deighton[151]
Tanya Arnold[134]
Damian Johnson[134]
Ronan Sully[137]
Sharon Shortle[137]
Dave Edwards[138]
Johnny I'Anson[141]
Tulsen Tollett[152]
Ian Bucknell[76]
Rugby union John Inverdale[153]
Gabby Logan[153]
Jason Mohammad
Sonja McLaughlan
Lee McKenzie Women's[153]
Sara Orchard Women's[149]
Eilidh Barbour Women's[52]
Ross Harries Wales[154]
Sarra Elgan Wales[155]
Gareth Rhys Owen Wales[155]
Catrin Heledd Wales
Gareth Thomas Six Nations Sin Bin[156]
Dougie Vipond Scotland[157]
Derek Mackay Alba[158]
Callum Macaulay Alba[139]
Iona Whyte Alba[155]
Stephen Watson Northern Ireland[159]
Gavin Andrews Northern Ireland[104]
Jeremy Guscott[153]
Jonathan Davies[153]
Brian Moore[153]
Chris Paterson[153]
Andy Nicol[153]
Thomas Castaignede[153] (2012–present[156])
Paul O'Connell (February 2017[153]-present)
Martin Johnson (February 2018[160]-present)
Sir Clive Woodward
Ugo Monye
Olivier Magne[137]
Chris Ashton[149]
Philippe Saint-André[149]
JP Pietersen[149]
Luke McLean[52]
Serge Betsen[161]
John Barclay[156] (June 2018[162]-present)
Jonathan Davies (February 2020[155]-present)
Dylan Hartley (February 2020[155]-present)
Michael Cheika (February 2020[155]-present)
Catherine Spencer Women's[137]
Kat Merchant Women's[139]
Fiona Coghlan Women's[149]
Maggie Alphonsi Women's[52]
Laura Keates Women's[163]
Jamie Roberts Wales
Sean Holley Wales[50]
Shane Williams Wales
Ian Gough Wales
Gwyn Jones Wales[76]
Peter Jackson Wales
Nicky Robinson Wales
Caryl James Wales
Richie Rees Wales
Ceri Sweeney Wales
Phil Davies Wales
Andrew Coombs Wales
Thinus Delport Wales[164]
Richard Hibbard Wales[165]
Nicky Robinson Wales[51]
Danny Wilson Wales[52]
Scott Baldwin Wales[166]
Rhys Webb Wales[167]
Rachel Taylor Wales Women's[51]
Zander Fagerson Alba[168]
Tom Brown Alba[139]
Iona Whyte Alba[154]
Stephen Ferris Northern Ireland[169]
Paddy Wallace Northern Ireland[170]
Andy Ward Northern Ireland[171]
Ian Humphreys Northern Ireland[172]
Ryan Constable Northern Ireland[173]
Eddie O'Sullivan Northern Ireland[174]
Eddie Butler[153]
Andrew Cotter[153]
Sara Orchard[153]
Andy Robinson
Martyn Williams[175]
Chris Paterson[176]
Brian Moore[177]
Paul O'Connell[178]
Joe Worsley[149]
Luke Fitzgerald[13]
Rob Vickerman[57]
Johnnie Hammond Women's[137]
Nick Heath Women's[137]
Ryle Nugent Women's[137]
Martin Gillingham Women's[149]
Simon Ward Women's[149]
Rupert Cox Women's[179]
Catherine Spencer Women's[139]
Sue Day Women's[137]
Fiona Coghlan Women's[137]
Gemma Hallett Women's[139]
Philippa Tuttiett Women's[52]
Kat Merchant Women's[180]
Gareth Charles Wales[154]
Sean Holley Wales
Phil Davies Wales
Phil Steele Wales[181]
Ross Harries Wales[182]
Nick Webb Wales[183]
Andy Moore Wales[60]
Richie Rees Wales[139]
Nicky Robinson Wales[51]
Jonathan Davies Wales[173]
Cennydd Davies Wales[51]
Alun Jenkins Wales[57]
Hugo Southwell Wales[57]
Andrew Coombs Wales[52]
Dafydd Jones Wales[50]
Caryl James Wales Women's[52]
Hugh Dan MacLennan Scotland & Alba[184]
Alan Tait Scotland[185]
Paul Mitchell Scotland[186]
Scott Hastings Scotland[186]
Mark Robertson Scotland[187]
Doddie Weir Scotland[187]
John Beattie Scotland[162]
Craig Paterson Scotland[162]
Zander Fagerson Alba[188]
Jamie Lyall Alba[189]
Tim Swinson Alba[190]
Derek Mackay Alba[190]
Brian Easson Alba[191]
Colin Gregor Alba[55]
Adam Ashe Alba[154]
Richie Vernon Alba[154]
Jim Neilly Northern Ireland[192]
Ian Humphreys Northern Ireland[193]
Paddy Wallace Northern Ireland[194]
Tony McWhirter Northern Ireland[139]
Ryan Constable Northern Ireland[142]
Eddie O'Sullivan Northern Ireland[173]
Sonja McLaughlan[153]
Lee McKenzie[153]
Sara Orchard Women's[137]
Damien O'Meara Women's[52]
Catrin Heledd Wales[195]
Phil Steele Wales[196]
Sean Holley Wales[197]
Andy Nicol Scotland[187]
Thomas Niblock Northern Ireland[198]
Gavin Andrews Northern Ireland[174]
Sailing Shirley Robertson Shirley Robertson
Percy Goodison
Iain Percy
Niall Myant
Ian Walker
John Rawling
Gary Jobson
Shinty Callum Macaulay Alba Hugh Dan MacLennan Alba
Sitting volleyball Thomas Rowson (May 2018[114]–present) Richard Osborne (May 2018[114]–present) Thomas Rowson (May 2018[114]–present)
Carol Gordon (May 2018[114]–present)
Richard Osborne (May 2018[114]–present)
Lauren Moore (May 2018[114]–present)
Lauren Moore (May 2018[114]–present)
Skeleton, Bobsleigh and Luge Matthew Pinsent Amy Williams[1]
Alex Coomber[1]
John Jackson[1]
Nicola Minichiello[1]
John Hunt (January 2018–present)[199]
John Jackson (January 2018–present)[200]
Amy Williams
Snooker Hazel Irvine
Jason Mohammad
Rob Walker[201]
Ian Hunt Wales
Steve Davis
John Parrott
Ken Doherty[202]
Darren Morgan Wales
Ken Doherty
Dennis Taylor
John Virgo
Stephen Hendry
Peter Ebdon
Alan McManus (April 2018–present)[203]
George Riley
Darren Morgan Wales
Dominic Dale Wales
Terry Griffiths Wales
Willie Thorne Wales[204]
Seema Jaswal (April 2017[205]–present)[206]
Snowboarding Ed Leigh
Graham Bell
Jenny Jones
Ed Leigh
Jenny Jones[1]
Tim Warwood
Ben Kilner[1]
Maisie Potter (February 2018)[207]
Zoe Gillings-Brier (February 2018)[100]
Tim Warwood
Ed Leigh
Graham Bell[100]
Billy Morgan (February 2018)[58]
Jamie Nicholls (February 2018)[208]
Zoe Gillings-Brier (February 2018)[100]
Tim Warwood
Jenny Jones
Graham Bell[100]
Speed Skating Wilf O'Reilly[1]
Jon Eley(February 2018–present)[209]
Sarah Lindsay[1]
Simon Brotherton (February 2018–present)[210]
Wilf O'Reilly
Steve Armitage Feed[137]
Kristina Groves Feed[137]
David McDaid (February 2018–present)[121]
Squash Simon Parke Online[211]
Summer Olympic Games Clare Balding
Hazel Irvine
Jason Mohammad
Mark Chapman
Dan Walker
Ore Oduba
Michael Johnson
Sir Steve Redgrave
As individual sports
Hazel Irvine
Andrew Cotter
Simon Reed
Paul Hand
Ollie Williams
As individual sports
Matthew Pinsent
Rishi Persad
Jessica Creighton
Nick Hope
David McDaid
Eddie Butler
As individual sports
Summer Youth Olympics Ore Oduba
Lindsey Russell
Swimming Helen Skelton Mark Foster
Rebecca Adlington
Marc Woods Para-Swimming
Sarah Storey Para-Swimming
Andy Jameson[57]
Adrian Moorhouse[57]
Karen Pickering
Paul Noble[57]
Sharron Davies
Table Tennis Adam Bobrow Online[212]
Will Bayley Online[213]
Colin Wilson Online[214]
Guy McCrea World Feed[57]
Tennis Sue Barker[215]
John Inverdale
Clare Balding[215]
Katherine Downes
Celina Hinchcliffe Red Button Wimbledon Qualifying
Tim Henman[216]
John McEnroe[215]
Tracy Austin[216]
Pat Cash[215]
Andrew Castle[215]
Martina Navratilova[215]
John Lloyd
Sam Smith
Billie Jean King[215]
Jamie Baker[51]
Boris Becker[216]
Kim Clijsters (2018[216]-present)
Tim Henman[215]
John McEnroe
Tracy Austin[215]
Pat Cash[215]
Andrew Castle[215]
John Inverdale[215]
Martina Navratilova[215]
Virginia Wade
Chris Bradnam[215]
James Burridge[215]
Andrew Cotter[215]
Matt Chilton[215]
Jo Durie[215]
Peter Fleming[215]
Paul Hand[215]
John Lloyd[215]
Ronald McIntosh[215]
David Mercer[215]
Nick Mullins[215]
Mark Petchey[215]
Louise Pleming[215]
Sam Smith[215]
Elizabeth Smylie[215]
Simon Reed[215]
Dan Lobb[215]
Gigi Salmon[215]
Boris Becker[215]
Vijay Amritraj[215]
Annabel Croft[215]
Peter Odgers[215]
Katherine Downes (2018[216]-present)
Chanda Rubin (2018[216]-present)
Melanie South [217][216]
Gerry Wilkinson Feed[218]
Jacco Eltingh Feed[219]
Nick Lester Feed[220]
Robbie Koenig Feed[221]
Kelli Underwood Feed[222]
Rishi Persad[215]
Lee McKenzie[215]
Reshmin Chowdhury (2018[216] – present)
Patrick Gearey (2018[216] – present)
Catherine Whitaker (2018[216] – present)
Carol Kirkwood Weather
Triathlon Louise Minchin
Ore Oduba
Annie Emmerson Matt Chilton[57]
Steve Trew
Annie Emmerson[57]
Volleyball Thomas Rowson (May 2018[114]–present) Carol Gordon (May 2018[114]–present)
Luke Thomas (May 2018[114]–present)
Thomas Rowson (May 2018[114]–present)
Carol Gordon (May 2018[114]–present)
Luke Thomas (May 2018[114]–present)
Lauren Moore (May 2018[114]–present)
Lauren Moore (May 2018[114]–present)
Wheelchair Rugby Dave Rogers Feed[52]
Mike Spence Feed[52]
Winter Olympic Games Clare Balding[223]
Hazel Irvine[223]
Eilidh Barbour (February 2018–present)[223]
Radzi Chinyanganya (February 2018–present)[223]
Amy Williams (February 2014–present)
Chemmy Alcott (February 2018–present)
As individual sports
John Hunt (February 2018–present)
Robin Cousins (February 2010–present)[224]
Matthew Pinsent (February 2014[225]–present)
Ollie Williams (February 2018–present)
As individual sports
Matthew Pinsent[226]
Nick Hope[227]
David McDaid (2018–present)[228]
Ollie Williams
Patrick Gearey (2018–present)
Radzi Chinyanganya (February 2018–present)[139]
Jenny Jones (February 2018–present)[139]
Eddie Butler
As individual sports
Winter Youth Olympics David McDaid
Hayley Hassall

Radio[edit]

Sport Presenter(s) Analyst(s)/Expert(s) Commentator(s) Reporter(s)
Football (Men's) Mark Chapman
Mark Pougatch
Jonathan Overend
Kelly Cates
Darren Fletcher Friday Football Social
Jason Mohammad 606
Alistair Bruce-Ball 606
Robbie Savage
Ian Wright
Chris Waddle
Jermaine Jenas
Pat Nevin
Danny Mills
Dion Dublin
Chris Sutton
John Murray
Ian Dennis
Alan Green
Conor McNamara
Alistair Bruce-Ball
Vicki Sparks
Ian Dennis
Formula One Jennie Gow Jolyon Palmer Jack Nicholls Jennie Gow
Golf Mark Chapman[109] Jay Townsend
Shaun Micheel[109]
Iain Carter
John Murray
Alistair Bruce-Ball
Horse Racing Gina Bryce Cornelius Lysaght John Hunt
Rugby League Caroline Barker[134] George Riley[134]
Andrew Henderson[134]
Iestyn Harris[134]
Jon Wells[134]
Dave Woods[134]
Matt Newsum[134]
Richard Stead[134]
Tulsen Tollett[134]
Rugby Union Sonja McLaughlan[155]
Mark Chapman[155]
Matt Dawson Matt Dawson's Rugby Show[156]
Chris Jones Rugby Union Weekly Podcast[156]
Ugo Monye Rugby Union Weekly Podcast[156]
Danny Care Rugby Union Weekly Podcast[155]
Chris Ashton Rugby Union Weekly Podcast[155]
Sara Orchard Rugby Union Weekly Podcast Women's Rugby (February 2020[155]-present)
Philippa Tuttiett Rugby Union Weekly Podcast Women's Rugby (February 2020[155]-present)
Jonathan Davies Jiffy's Six Nations Breakfast[155]
Gavin Andrews Northern Ireland[229]
Nigel Ringland Ulster[155]
Matt Dawson[153]
Rory Lawson[153]
Gavin Hastings[153]
Rob Jones[153]
Paul Grayson[153]
Denis Hickie[153]
Jonathan Davies[155]
Jamie Heaslip[155]
Johnnie Beattie[155]
Danny Care Matt Dawson's Rugby Show[155]
Philippa Tuttiett Matt Dawson's Rugby Show[155]
Natasha Hunt Matt Dawson's Rugby Show[155]
Andy Nicol Matt Dawson's Rugby Show[155]
Shane Horgan Matt Dawson's Rugby Show[155]
Andrew Trimble Northern Ireland[230]
Chris Henry Northern Ireland[231]
Malcolm O'Kelly Northern Ireland[232]
Chris Jones[153]
Sara Orchard[153]
Iain Carter[153]
Gareth Lewis[153]
James Burridge[153]
Shane Williams [156]
Rory Lawson [156]
Shane Horgan [156]
Gavin Hastings [156]
Denis Hickie [156]
Paul Grayson [156]
Danielle Waterman Women's[156]
Jim Neilly Northern Ireland[233]
Tony Ward Northern Ireland[234]
Chris Jones[235]
Tennis Eleanor Oldroyd[215]
Tony Livesey[215]
Karthi Gnanasegaram[215]
John McEnroe 6-love-6[215]
Lee James World Service[216]
Chris Dennis World Service[216]
Pat Cash[215]
Leon Smith[215]
Annabel Croft[215]
Mats Wilander[215]
Mark Woodforde[215]
Miles Maclagan[215]
Jeff Tarango[215]
Tracy Austin[215]
Naomi Broady[215]
Naomi Cavaday[215]
Kim Clijsters (2018[216]-present)
Goran Ivanišević (2018[216]-present)
Barbara Schett (2018[216]-present)
Russell Fuller[215]
David Law[215]
Gigi Salmon[215]
Jonathan Overend[215]
Vassos Alexander[215]
Iain Carter[215]
Alastair Eykyn[215]
Delyth Lloyd[215]
Sara Orchard[215]
Catherine Whitaker (2018[216]-present)
Dot Davies[215]
Karthi Gnanasegaram (2018[216]-present)

Former Television[edit]

Sport Presenter(s) Analyst(s)/Expert(s) Commentator(s) Reporter(s)
Alpine Skiing Hazel Irvine (1996–2006)[236]
Roger Black (1998–1999)[237]
Julian Tutt (1991–1998)[238]
David Vine (1967, 1978–1996)[239]
Mary Nightingale (1996)[240]
Anna Walker (1992)[241]
Emma Carrick-Anderson (February 2006 – 2014)[242][243]
Martin Bell (1994)[244]
Annabel Nash (1994)[244]
Konrad Bartelski (1984)[245]
Emma Carrick-Anderson (2006–2014)[246]
Kerrin Lee-Gartner (2010)[247]
Martin Bell (1989–2002)[248]
Julian Tutt (1989–2000)[249]
David Vine (1973–1996)[250]
Ron Pickering (1971–1988)[251]
Sally Faber (1988)[252]
David Goldstrom (1986–1988)[253]
Konrad Bartelski (1984–1985)[254]
Tony Gubba (1981)[255]
Jean-Claude Killy (1972)[251]
Max Robertson (1965–1970)[256]
Alan Weeks (1965)[257]
Arnold Lunn (1953)[258]
David Goldstrom (1987)[259]
American Football Ore Oduba (November 2015)[260]
Matt Roberts (January 2010 – January 2013)[261]
Jake Humphrey (October 2007 – February 2011)[262]
Danny Amendola (February 2012)[263]
Tiki Barber (February 2011)[264]
Jerry Rice (October 2008)[265]
Rod Woodson (February 2008)[266]
Jim Nantz (October 2008 – February 2013)[267]
Phil Simms (October 2008 – February 2013)[268]
Al Michaels (February 2012)[269]
Cris Collinsworth (February 2012)[270]
Joe Buck (February 2011)[271]
Troy Aikman (February 2011)[272]
Dick Stockton (February 2008)[273]
Sterling Sharpe (2008)[274]
Thom Brennaman (October 2007)[275]
Daryl Johnston (October 2007)[276]
Tony Siragusa (October 2007)[277]
Archery Sonali Shah (2012)
Max Robertson (1951)[278]
Eddie Butler(2004–2012)[279]
Liz Mynott (2012)
Dougie Donnelly (2000)[280]
Harry Gration (1988)[281]
Peter West (1980)[282]
Bill Lato (1951)[278]
David Saunders (1976)[283]
Alan Weeks (1971)[284]
Athletics Frank Bough (September 1969[285]-1982)
Desmond Lynam (1983–1998)
Sue Barker (1999–2009)
Ore Oduba (September 2015[286] – September 2017[287])
Jonathan Edwards (2003–2016)[288]
John Inverdale (2012)
Sonali Shah London Marathon (2013)[289]

David Coleman (July 1962, August 1967 – July 1968)[290][291][292]
Peter West (August 1955, August 1966 – September 1966)[293][294][295]
Alan Weeks (September 1962)[296]
Max Robertson (September 1960)[297]
Harold Abrahams (August 1946)[298]
Brendan Foster (1980 – August 2017)[299]
Paul Dickenson (1990 – May 2014)[300][301]
Jonathan Edwards (2003–2012)[288]
Stuart Storey (December 1973 – October 2017)[302][303]
David Coleman (July 1960 – 2000)[304][305]
Ron Pickering (August 1967[306]-1990)
Norris McWhirter (June 1952[307]-September 1972[308])
Ross McWhirter (September 1952,[309] May 1970[310])
Mary Rand MBE (October 1968[311])
Ken Norris (July 1968[312])
Max Robertson (August 1951 – August 1952, May 1955, May 1958 – August 1964)[313][314][315][316][317]
Kenneth Wolstenholme DFC & Bar (June 1954 – July 1955, September 1959 – August 1960)[318][319][320][321]
Peter West (September 1953 – October 1954, August 1958 – September 1958)[322][323][324][325]
Roger Bannister CBE (May 1956 – July 1958)[326][327]
Geoffey Dyson (July 1950 – May 1955, July 1958)[328][329][330]
Michael Henderson (June 1950 – March 1958)[331][332]
Jack Crump (May 1947 – September 1955)[333][334][335]>
Rex Alston (September 1951, September 1954)[336][337]
Peter Dimmock (August 1947, September 1952 – September 1953)[338][339][340]
Harold Abrahams (August 1951 – September 1951)[341][342]
Bill Collins (September 1951)[343]
Roy Moor (July 1948 – August 1948)[344]
Pat Lansberg (July 1948 – August 1948)[345]
John Gibson (March 1948)[346]
Ian Orr-Ewing OBE (May 1947 – March 1948)[347]
Ore Oduba (April 2014[348] – September 2017[287])
Phil Jones (−20 August 2017)[349]
Geoffrey Dyson (July 1960)[350]
Ross McWhirter (June 1960)[351]
Biathlon, Cross Country, Nordic Combined, Ski Jumping Patrick Winterton (February 2014)[352]
Bowls David Icke
Dougie Donnelly
Boxing John Inverdale (2000–2002) Amir Khan Harry Carpenter (−1994)
Jim Neilly
Lucy O'Connor
Peter Wilson (July 1948 – August 1948)[353]
Dudley Lister (July 1948 – August 1948)[354]
Canoeing Jonathan Edwards Paul Dickenson
Andrew Cotter
Commonwealth Games Desmond Lynam (1982–1998)
Steve Rider (1986–2002)
Sue Barker (1994–2010)
Ray Stubbs (1998)
Gary Lineker (2014)
Mark Chapman (2014)
Mishal Husain (2014)
Dan Walker (2014)
Lee McKenzie (2014)
Manish Bhasin (2014)
Huw Edwards (2014) Rishi Persad (−2014)
Ore Oduba (2014)
Cricket Peter West (−1986)
Tony Lewis (1987–1998)
Ted Dexter
Raymond Illingworth
Richie Benaud (1964–1999)
Jim Laker
Jack Bannister (1984–1994)
David Gower (1994–1999)
Curling Dougie Donnelly
Cycling – BMX Helen Skelton
Cycling – Road Jonathan Edwards Hugh Porter
Cycling – Track Jonathan Edwards
Jake Humphrey
Mark Cavendish Hugh Porter
Darts David Vine (1978)
Peter Purves (1979–1984)
Tony Gubba (1985–1990)
Eamonn Holmes (1991–1993)
Dougie Donnelly (1994–1998)
John Inverdale (1999 and 2000)
Ray Stubbs (2001–2009)
Colin Murray (2010–2016)
Rob Walker (2010–2016)
Diving Clare Balding Bob Ballard (-August 2016)
Equestrian David Vine Raymond Brooks-Ward (−1992)
Michael Tucker (-May 2017)[72]
Colonel Bill Allenby (July 1948 – August 1948)[355]
Peter Dimmock (July 1948 – August 1948)[356]
European Games
Figure Skating Barry Davies (−2009) Alan Weeks
Barry Davies
Sue Barker (2010 – February 2014)[357]
Football (Men's) Jimmy Hill (1973–1988)
Desmond Lynam (1988–1999)
Jake Humphrey
Adrian Chiles
Alan Hansen (1992–2014)
Trevor Sinclair (−2017)[79]
John Motson (1971 – May 2018)[79][358][359]
Barry Davies (1969–2004)
Tony Gubba
Clive Tyldesley (1992–1996)
James Jewell (July 1948 – August 1948)[360]
Football (Women's)
Formula One Steve Rider (late 1980s–1996)
Jake Humphrey (2009–2012)
Suzi Perry (2013–2015)
Lee McKenzie
David Coulthard
Eddie Jordan
Allan McNish
Murray Walker
Mark Webber
Murray Walker (−1996)
Jonathan Legard (2009 and 2010)
Martin Brundle (2011)
Ben Edwards (2012–2015)
David Coukthard
Jack Nicholls
Allan McNish
Lee McKenzie
Jennie Gow
Tom Clarkson
Freestyle Skiing
Golf Harry Carpenter
Steve Rider (1986–2005)
Hazel Irvine[109]
Gary Lineker
Bruce Critchley (1980s and early 1990s)
Alex Hay (1978–2004)
Gymnastics Mitch Fenner
Hockey Barry Davies (1972–2013)
Sean Kerly
Michael Henderson (July 1948 – August 1948)[361]
Horse Racing Julian Wilson (1966–1997)
Clare Balding (1998–2012)
Richard Pitman
Jimmy Lindley
Peter O'Sullevan (1948–1997)
Ice Hockey Alan Weeks
Barry Davies
Brent Pope (2006–2014)[362]
Invictus Games Gabby Logan (2016)[123]
Rachael Latham (2016)[123]
Jonathan Edwards (2014)
Clare Balding (2014)
Steve Cram (2014)
Modern Pentathlon
Moto GP Suzi Perry (2003–2009)
Jennie Gow (2010)
Matt Roberts (2011–2013)
Steve Parrish
Charlie Cox
Steve Parish
Charlie Cox
Murray Walker
Jennie Gow
Anzi Farni
Motorcycling Dan Kneen (-April 2018[107])
Motorsport Murray Walker
Netball
Rowing Steve Rider (−2005) Gerald Sinstadt
Barry Davies
Dan Topolski
Lee McKenzie Boat Race (2017)
Helen Skelton Boat Race
Rugby League Eddie Waring (−1981)
Ray French(1982–2008)
Rugby Union Nigel Starmer-Smith (Rugby Special)
John Inverdale (Rugby Special)
Martyn Williams MBE ( – March 2019)[153]
Sam Warburton (February 2018[363]-March 2019[156])
Jake Polledri (February 2019[156]- March 2019)
Jamie Heaslip (February 2019[156]-March 2019)
Keith Wood[364] (1996–2017)
Ali Williams[153] (2014–2017)
Mike Blair[153] (2014, 2017)
Bill McLaren (1959–2002)
Nigel Starmer-Smith
Sailing Rob Walker Rob Walker
Skeleton, Bobsleigh and Luge Paul Dickenson (February 1998 – February 2014)[365][366]
Colin Bryce (February 2006 – February 2014)[367][368]
Snooker David Vine (1978–2000)
David Icke
Dougie Donnelly
Ray Stubbs (2001–2009)
Rishi Persad
Snowboarding
Speed Skating Hugh Porter MBE (−2014)
Summer Olympic Games Frank Bough (1968–1980)
Desmond Lynam (1984–1996)
Bob Wilson (1984 and 1988)
Steve Rider (1988–2004)
Sue Barker (1996–2012)
Gary Lineker (2012)
Jake Humphrey
Mishal Husain
Sonali Shah (2012)
Huw Edwards (2008–2012)
Carrie Gracie (2008)
Richard Dimbleby (July 1948 – August 1948)[369]
Michael Henderson (July 1948 – August 1948)[370]
Summer Paralympic Games Clare Balding
Steve Cram
Ade Adepitan
Marc Woods
Summer Youth Olympics Helen Skelton
Swimming Clare Balding
Gabby Logan
Ian Thorpe Alan Weeks
Hamilton Bland (1975–1998)
Marc Woods Para-Swimming (−2014)
Fred Milton (July 1948 – August 1948)[371]
John Webb (July 1948 – August 1948)[372]
Tennis Harry Carpenter (−1993)
Barry Davies
Desmond Lynam (Wimbledon – 1985–1999)
Barry Davies[215] (- July 2018[373])
Jamie Baker (−2017[215])
Charlie Brougham (−2017[215])
John Barrett (1971–2006)
Dan Maskell (1951–1992)
Gerald Williams
Phil Jones (−2017[215])

Ore Oduba (- July 2017[215])

Triathlon Jonathan Edwards
Sonali Shah
Winter Olympic Games Frank Bough (1968–1972)
David Coleman (1976–1984)
Steve Rider (1988–2002)
Desmond Lynam (1988 and 1992)
Sue Barker (1994–2010)
Ray Stubbs (1998)
Jane Hoffen (1998)
Jonathan Edwards (2014)
Hazel Irvine (2006–2014)[374][375]
Kerrin Lee-Gartner (2010)[376]
Jason Mohammad (2014)
Winter Paralympic Games Graham Bell
Winter Youth Olympics Helen Skelton

Former Radio[edit]

Sport Presenter(s) Analyst(s)/Expert(s) Commentator(s) Reporter(s)
Formula One David Croft
Anthony Davidson
Natalie Pinkham
Lee McKenzie
Rugby Union Stuart Lancaster[153] (2017) Ian Robertson[153] (-Autumn 2018[377])
Conor McNamara[153] (2009?–2017)
Tennis Jana Novotna (−2017[215])
Mary Pierce (−2017[215])
Jeremy Bates (−2017[215])
Fabrice Santoro (2017[215])

Philip Studd (−2017[215])
Alastair Bruce-Ball (2017[215])
Catherine Whitaker (2017[215])

See also[edit]


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