The Inside Track: Max Whitlock on his Tokyo title defence
Olympic gold medallist Darren Campbell and Eleanor Oldroyd are joined by Double Olympic Champion Max Whitlock. Together they discuss the defence of his two gymnastics titles at the upcoming Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, glandular fever and how fatherhood has changed him. Russell Fuller joins the podcast from Melbourne to give us the latest on the qualifying rounds at the Australian Open. Plus, Darren and Elly are joined by a host of guests to discuss the cycling, swimming, rowing and athletics medal prospects ahead of the games in six month's time.
The Inside Track: A 2020 Preview
Olympic gold medallist Darren Campbell joins Eleanor Oldroyd to look ahead to the biggest sporting events in 2020. Who will be the big stars to emerge from the Tokyo Olympics, can Tiger Roll make hat-trick history in the Grand National and will it be Wilder or Fury? Listen as Darren and Elly are joined by a host of BBC correspondents for the inside track on what events to mark in your diary.
Has the Championship become ‘a league of gamblers'?
A 5 Live investigation has found that Championship clubs are making huge financial losses, with more than half the clubs in the league spending more on wages than they are bringing in, in revenue.
Working with accountants Deloitte and sport finance experts Vysyble, 5 Live found Championship sides ran up a record high total of £307 in pre-tax losses in 2017/18, and overall spending on player and staff wages exceeded clubs’ revenue by 11%.
The EFL says it has set up a "working group" of clubs to look at possible changes that could help the long-term sustainability of clubs in future.
5 Live's Tony Livesey speaks to BBC sport reporter Simon Stone, Deloitte’s Dan Jones, former-Wigan chairman David Sharpe and fans from a number of Championship clubs about the findings, and discuss where it leaves the future sustainability of the league’s clubs.
The Inside Track: Sporting Moments of the Decade
Darren, Elly and guests celebrate some of the biggest sporting moments of the past decade including the glorious summer day at Lord’s as England lifted the Cricket World Cup, Andy Murray ending that 77-year wait for a British male to win Wimbledon and arguably the greatest comeback of all, the Miracle of Medinah.
The Inside Track: Sir Matthew Pinsent meets Pete Reed and what next for athletics?
Darren Campbell and Jeanette Kwayke are joined by Sir Matthew Pinsent, who meets with three-time Olympic rowing champion, Pete Reed, to discuss the spinal stroke he suffered which has left him paralysed from the chest down.
Athletics coach Toni Minichiello and BBC sports editor Dan Roan also discuss the issues in athletics with the sport hitting the headlines for a host of reasons in recent weeks.