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Posted 11/8/2010 23:06
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shaunofthespurs - 11/8/2010 20:15

5 Live

Tuesday

Bradford v Nott Forest - Conor McNamara & Kevin Radcliffe (2nd half commentary)
Chesterfield v Middlesbrough - Dave Woods & Dean Kiely
Exeter v Ipswich - Andy Gillies
Leeds v Lincoln - Stuart Pyke
QPR v Port Vale - George Riley
Yeovil v C Palace - Steve May

I think there were a couple of others that I can't remember

Wednesday

England v Hungary - John Murray, Phil Neville, Graham Taylor & Darren Fletcher
Montenegro v N Ireland - Nigel Adderley
Sweden v Scotland - Roddy Forsyth
Wales v Luxembourg - Ian Brown


You only missed one from last night shaun Simon Mann was at England Under 21's Match
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Posted 12/8/2010 01:47
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a couple of other 5 live reporters from tuesday.

crew derby steve wyeth.

plymouth nots county hamish marshall.

southend bristol city richard connelly.

an southampton bournemouth paul scott.
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Posted 12/8/2010 12:25
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IanCleverly - 11/8/2010 16:21

Anyone here know who was where for the Carling Cup games for 5Live last night?


I know Shaun and others have since answered your question, but it's worth pointing out that in future if you/we/anyone wants to know commentary and reporting details from Radio 5 Live, you can always listen again online via the IPlayer.

The BBC archives 5 Live Sport online, and this seems to have been extended to include match commentaries - the Community Shield, Cardiff v Sheffield United and England v Hungary are among those currently on there - so all the coverage details from any particular day or night should be available on there for seven days after they air.

The same applies to most BBC local stations, I'm not sure if they are allowed to archive commentary but if you know which shows also contain details of the reporters (for instance BBC WM's midweek football commentators and reporters tend to be on in the final hour of the Paul Franks drivetime show on matchnights) you should be able to track them down.

talkSPORT have also recently launched a listen again feature, which I found very helpful when getting details of their football coverage last Saturday, and I believe their parent company UTV Radio are looking at setting up a listen again feature for their local stations as well.

I'm not sure about other local commercial stations, but I know the Orion Media Midlands stations around here do club-specific football podcasts that include "match highlights" which detail who their commentators on each game were.

To it put it simply, if you ever miss any details of radio football coverage which you'd like to find out, the internet is your friend. :-)

Edited by The Difference 12/8/2010 12:29
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Posted 12/8/2010 12:33
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Sam Matterface will be doing commentary alongside Stan Collymore on Chelsea v West Bromwich Albion for talkSPORT this Saturday night, with this game being their first 5.30pm commentary of the new season.

There's no Sunday game this week, but if this is to be a permanent thing then it looks like Sam will be talkSPORT's regular Premier League commentator on Saturdays at 5.30pm and Sundays at 1.30pm, seeing as Ian Danter is continuing as the presenter of Football First on Sunday, Jim Proudfoot has left the station and Nigel Pearson is stepping down from doing football commentaries on a regular basis. I'm unsure if he'll be able to be their Champions League commentator though, what with his Sky Sports News presenting commitments during the week.

Sam has pretty much confirmed that he's joining talkSPORT on Twitter - well, sort of - when replying to a Tweet from talkSPORT's Geoff Peters yesterday.

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Posted 12/8/2010 19:09
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According to the Open All Mics twitter page Gordon Smith will be returning as a pundit for BBC Radio Scotland as of this saturday.
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Posted 13/8/2010 13:20
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Article confirming details of the new TalkSport commentator as alluded to above:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2010/aug/13/talksport-sam-matterfac...

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Posted 16/8/2010 13:09
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Glad to hear Ian Brown back in action the weekend
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Posted 16/8/2010 19:15
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BBC 5 live have announced a festival of live shows in Newcastle and Gateshead. One of them is a commentators panel which includes John Murray and Ian Brown. Could be a good event.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/5live/septemberfest/
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Posted 17/8/2010 15:36
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Very interesting stuff, similar to the thing they did in Hull last year.

I might try for some tickets.
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Posted 18/8/2010 01:07
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Bit late, but here was how 5live and talkSPORT covered the Premier League opening weekend.

5live
Tottenham v Man City (commentary) - Conor McNamara, Nigel Adderley and Matt Holland.
Wigan v Blackpool (commentary) - John Murray and Jimmy Armfield
Aston Villa v West Ham - Pat Murphy. Also present was Mark Pougatch (host)
Blackburn v Everton - Ian Brown
Bolton v Fulham - Stuart Hall
Sunderland v Birmingham - Juliette Ferrington
Wolves v Stoke - Jonathan Overend
Chelsea v West Brom - Darren Fletcher
Liverpool v Arsenal (commentary) - Darren Fletcher, John Murray and Pat Nevin
Man United v Newcastle (commentary) - Conor McNamara, Ian Brown and Robbie Savage

talkSPORT
Tottenham v Man City - Ian Abrahams and Bobby Gould
Aston Villa v West Ham - Geoff Peters
Blackburn v Everton - John Temple
Bolton v Fulham - Dominic McGuinness
Sunderland v Birmingham - Graham Courtney
Wigan v Blackpool - Simon Humphreys
Wolves v Stoke - Dave Rowe
Chelsea v West Brom (commentary) - Sam Matterface and Stan Collymore, with Andrew McKenna also giving touchline updates.
Liverpool v Arsenal - Graham Beecroft
Man United v Newcastle - Dominic McGuinness

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Posted 18/8/2010 01:12
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And for the regional, here is BBC Radio Merseyside and Radio City 96.7

BBC Radio Merseyside:
Blackburn v Everton - Ian Kennedy and Ronnie Goodlass
Huddersfield v Tranmere - Derek Jones
Liverpool v Arsenal - Mike Hughes and Jimmy Case

Radio City 96.7/City Talk 105.9
Blackburn v Everton - Alan Irwin and Graeme Sharp
Liverpool v Arsenal - Steve Hothersall and John Aldridge
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Posted 18/8/2010 09:11
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Ian Kennedy must be one of the longest serving comms on local radio, he seems to have been around for years
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Posted 18/8/2010 09:12
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Liverpool vs Arsenal was Darren Fletcher, John Murray and Pat Nevin

Anyone listened to 606 with Chappers and Robbi Savage yet? I'm really enjoying it
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Posted 21/8/2010 02:53
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Jim Proudfoot will do Stoke/Spurs tomorrow per his twitter.
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Posted 22/8/2010 12:24
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Location: Fife, Scotland
Saturday 21st August 2010 - BBC Radio Scotland

Sportsound presented by Richard Gordon

Commentaries
Hamilton Accies v. Hearts (Lunchtime KO - 810MW) - Rob MacLean & Gordon Smith
St Johnstone v. Aberdeen (3PM - 810MW & NE 92-95FM)- Liam MacLeod & Sandy Clark

Open All Mics
St Johnstone v. Aberdeen - John Robertson
Dundee v. Ross County - Jim Spence
Falkirk v. Stirling Albion - Allan preston
Livingston v. Airdrie United - David McDaid
Morton v. Partick Thistle - Chick Young
Raith Rovers v. Dunfermline - Derek Ferguson

I will post todays commentary teams later.
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Posted 22/8/2010 15:03
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Location: Fife, Scotland
Sunday 22nd August 2010 - BBC Radio Scotland

Sportsound presented by Richard Gordon

Commentaries
Hibs v Rangers - 12.15pm 810MW - David Begg, Craig Paterson and Billy Dodds. Chick Young pitchside
Celtic v St Mirren - 3pm 810MW - John Barnes and Murdo MacLeod. Chris McLaughlin pitchside
Dundee Utd v ICT -3pm Online - Jim Spence and Steve Cowan
Kilmarnock v Motherwell - 3pm Online - Alistair Lamont and Des McKeown

Reporter
Cowdenbeath v Queen of the South - Sandra Brown
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