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Thursday 23 June 2022 

BBC Commonwealth Games 






The BBC has announced wall to wall coverage from the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games across TV, radio and online as the competition returns to UK soil for the first time since 2014.

The BBC will broadcast more than 200 hours of live sport coverage across BBC One, BBC Two and BBC Three with even more coverage available on up to 11 streams on BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website, plus additional live coverage on the Red Button. 

Daily live TV coverage will be led by Hazel Irvine, Clare Balding, Gabby Logan, Jason Mohammad, Holly Hamilton and Ayo Akinwolere from Thursday 28 July. JJ Chalmers and Isa Guha will bring viewers an evening highlights show on BBC One. 

Joining them will be an expert line up of former Olympians and top class athletes to offer their insight and analysis as the events unfold in Birmingham. 

BBC Radio 5 Live and Radio 5 Sports Extra will bring live commentary for athletics, swimming, netball, cricket and boxing, as well as updates on all the sporting events across the daily programming. New series Denise Lewis: On A Mission will feature the former Olympian in conversation with inspiring individuals from groups, charities and organisations that champion and challenge the five missions of Birmingham 2022. 

Barbara Slater, Director of BBC Sport said: “The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games are one of the stand out events taking place in an incredible summer of sport. With the event back on British soil once more, we are thrilled to bring audiences unrivalled cross-platform coverage as sport stars from the Home Nations and Commonwealth countries give it their all.”

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