BROADCASTER Derek Cooper, who founded and presented the long-running show The Food Programme on BBC Radio 4, has died at the age of 88.
Snooker’s World championship will undergo changes to its format with an official announcement set for next Wednesday.
A race official at St James Park believed the newsreader had a fake number and interfered with her run – but she still managed finish in under four hours
Tottenham midfielder Sandro has taken to twitter in what seems to be a response to Tim Sherwood’s recent post-match comments.
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Cardiff say they have “every faith in the process” after lodging an official complaint with the Premier League over claims their team was leaked to Crystal Palace before a league game between the clubs earlier this month.
NEWSREADER George Alagiah has been diagnosed with bowel cancer, the BBC said today.
Boss who takes “great pride” in seeing his Reds play with dignity and class points out they top the Prem table AND the Fair Play League
WAGES of some of the BBC’s highest-paid presenters, including Graham Norton and Jeremy Clarkson, are to be examined in a review.
Oxford striker Dave Kitson has hinted that he could retire at the end of the current season.
Alan Hansen, the last Liverpool captain to lift the league trophy, says he now expects the inspirational Steven Gerrard to emulate him
Demba Ba refused to be drawn into admitting he would definitely be leaving Chelsea this summer when Jose Mourinho is expected to change his strike force.
The former long-distance runner said Farah should stick to the track after finishing 8th in his first London Marathon today
Mo Farah’s marathon debut proved a step too far as he trailed home in eighth place, outside the British record he had targeted, in London on Sunday.
A BBC Breakfast presenter covering the royal visit Down Under made an unfortunate gaffe when he briefly confused the RAF with the IRA.
Close to 40,000 people will embark on the streets of London so here’s everything you need to know – even if you’re watching the run on TV
With over 40,000 people to set to embark on the gruelling distance run this weekend, we’ve mapped out the potential conditions all involved
Reports surfaced this week claiming that Tim Sherwood will be sacked at Spurs, and the Saints coach is one of the managers in the frame to take over
Leicestershire’s new signing Dan Redfern has been ruled out of action for two weeks after suffering a suspected broken finger.
Lord Coe today suggested he will stand for the presidency of the IAAF next year.