Unbeaten Frankel wins the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes by four lengths from Excelebration with Immortal Verse in third on Champions Day at Ascot, jockey Tom Queally bringing the 4-11 favourite home.
Dan Walker looks ahead to a busy weekend of Euro 2012 qualifiers as Football Focus speaks to Paul Scholes, Scotland boss Craig Levein – and the return of Crazy Gang legend Marcus Gayle to Wimbledon.
Football Focus’s Dan Roan travels to the French capital to find out how Paris Saint-Germain plan to become giants of European football.
Denis Law talks to Stuart Hall about playing for both Manchester United and Manchester City and the differences between the modern game and football in the 1960s and 70s.
Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart says accusations that his club are ‘buying success’ do not bother him. Speaking at the launch of City’s proposed new academy and training ground, the England regular says becom...
Clare Balding gives her thoughts on the passing of Donald ‘Ginger’ McCain, who has died aged 80 after suffering from cancer.
The British Horseracing Authority’s Paul Struthers says Howard Johnson’s ban sends out a message that breaking the rules will not be tolerated.
Jumps trainer Howard Johnson, who is facing a disciplinary hearing over horse welfare, insists he has done nothing wrong and will “defend his name to his dying day”.
Frankel’s trainer Sir Henry Cecil pays a remarkable tribute to the winner of Wednesday’s Sussex Stakes and says he is the “best horse he has ever seen”.
2011 King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes-winning trainer John Gosden believes that his horse Nathaniel could be ready for a tilt at October’s Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe in Paris (UK users only).