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English, Sports, 1 seasons, 15 episodes, 5 hours 57 minutes
Colin Murray looks back at 90 years of sport on the BBC by unearthing classic commentaries and interviews from the BBC archives.
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The four-minute mile - in Bannister's own words

A look back at Roger Bannister's historic four-minute mile in 1954.
28/04/202027 minutes 23 seconds
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Boycott - In The Psychiatrist's Chair

Geoffrey Boycott is one of the most famous names in Test cricket. Playing cricket for Yorkshire and England his prolific and sometimes controversial playing career stretched from 1962 to 1986 and established him as one of England's most successful opening batsmen. In 1987 he sat down to speak to Dr Anthony Clare on "In The Psychiatrist's Chair" in 1987.
28/04/202037 minutes 37 seconds
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Brian Clough on Parkinson

In the aftermath of his resignation as manager of Derby County, Brian Clough discusses what led him to quit, the England job, when sport and politics mix and what makes him laugh. Originally broadcast 20 October 1973.
14/04/202019 minutes 25 seconds
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Cristiano Ronaldo 2015

One of the greatest ever players to grace a football pitch speaks to Dan Roan about life on and off the football pitch.
25/03/201912 minutes 37 seconds
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Kevin Pietersen and Freddie Flintoff 2013

Ashes winner, record breaker, MBE winner and as controversial off the pitch as he was on it. In this very personal interview the man described by the Guardian as “England’s greatest modern batsman”, Kevin Pietersen, speaks to fellow cricket legend Freddie Flintoff in a revealing BBC interview from 2013.
25/03/201924 minutes 50 seconds
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Murray Meets Blowers

Colin Murray chats in depth to the legendary voice of Test Match Special, Henry Blofeld.
13/02/201918 minutes 51 seconds
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Stanley Matthews

John Dunne speaks to one the country’s greatest ever footballers. Stanley Matthews was best known for winning the 2nd division with Stoke in 1933 and again 30 years later in 1964, and also won the FA Cup for Blackpool in 1953. This interview took place in 1991, just 3 days before his 76th birthday.
31/12/201827 minutes
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Alf & Bobby

A revealing post-match interview with Sir Alf Ramsey and Bobby Moore straight after the 1966 World Cup final.
31/12/201812 minutes 27 seconds
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Alex Zanardi Interview

Alessandro Zanardi was born on the 23rd October 1966. He was an Italian racing driver who won the CART championship in 1997 and 1998 in North America. He also had a less successful career as a Formula One driver. He attracted widespread praise for his return to competition in the aftermath of a crash in 2001 that resulted in the amputation of his legs. He returned to racing less than two years after the accident, competing in the FIA World Touring Car Championship for BMW Team Italy-Spain between 2003 and 2009. Switching sports, Zanardi took up competition in handcycling, a form of paralympic cycling, with the stated goal of representing Italy at the 2012 Summer Paralympics. In September 2011, Zanardi won his first senior international handcycling medal, the silver medal in the H4 category time trial at the UCI World Road Para-Cycling Championships. In September 2012 he won gold medals at the London Paralympics in the individual H4 time trial and told his story to Jonathan Legard.
11/12/201819 minutes 55 seconds
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Arthur Ashe: In the Psychiatrist’s Chair

In this Radio 4 series psychiatrist Dr Anthony Clare conducted in depth interviews with prominent people from different walks of life. In 1984 he interviewed Arthur Robert Ashe Jr, the American tennis player who won three Grand Slam titles. Ashe was the first black player selected to the United States Davis Cup team and the only black man ever to win the singles title at Wimbledon, the US Open, and the Australian Open before retiring in 1980.
11/12/201844 minutes 1 second
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A Word With George Best

George Best talks to Gerald Williams in an interview for Radio 2 in the mid 80s just before he was sentenced to 3 months in prison.
22/11/201831 minutes 43 seconds
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I, Cassius

Muhammad Ali talks in a documentary made by the BBC in 1965, nine years before the Rumble In The Jungle, ten years before the 'Thrilla in Manila' and one year before he refused to fight in Vietnam.
22/11/201817 minutes 29 seconds
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Fred Perry – Frankly Speaking

The former British tennis and table tennis player talks in depth about his life in 1961. A former World No. 1 he won 10 Majors including eight Grand Slams and two Pro Slams single titles, as well as six Major doubles titles. Perry won three consecutive Wimbledon Championships from 1934 to 1936 and was World Amateur number one tennis player during those three years. Prior to Andy Murray in 2013, Perry was the last British player to win the men's Wimbledon championship, in 1936.
22/11/201833 minutes 15 seconds
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Bill Shankly

Bill Shankly in conversation with Sue MacGregor in 1979, five years after he resigned as Liverpool manager. He reigned over the club for 15 years where he laid down the foundations for his successors Bob Paisley and Joe Fagan. They lead the club to seven league titles and four European Cups in the ten years after Shankly retired.
16/11/201829 minutes 34 seconds
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Replay: celebrating 90 years of unmissable sport on the BBC

Colin Murray looks back at 90 years of sport on the BBC by unearthing classic commentaries and interviews from the BBC archives.
31/10/20181 minute 51 seconds