Special 1 TV - In The Press

Behold - the new signing. Following unavoidable circumstances last week which delayed the unveiling, the Special One is proud to give a select audience an opportunity to meet face to face with Mr Wenger. Join Jose, Wayne & Arsene for another 'Special 1 TV' first. Do it!

Written by The Special 1. The Special 1's Blog, 11th March 2011

It's all about to change! Today two becomes three. Speculation is flying around the internet as to what this might mean for the future of S1TV. Plus bizarre events at the Chelsea and its effect on Man U games preparations. Do it!

Written by The Special 1. The Special 1's Blog, 4th March 2011

The show must go on despite the fact that Sven has been put to pasture.

Written by The Special 1. The Special 1's Blog, 4th February 2011

With all the Wikileaking that's been going on this week, it was only a matter of time before something would be revealed about Special 1 TV.

Written by The Special 1. The Special 1's Blog, 10th December 2010

Five, nil, four, nil and one nil . . . . is there something in the air that has made the winners losers and the losers winners?

Written by The Special 1. Special 1 Blog, 3rd December 2010

The Special 1 and the Voyeur are at loggerheads again. Even with nine men The Special 1 is still a winner but with 11 men the Voyeur goes home empty handed. How did the Voyeur react? Plus allegations are made against Mr Capello - S1TV digs deep. Also making an appearance this week - the boy's boy aka Ronnie. Be warned you may need to get a tank* on standby for this one. Do it!

Written by The Special 1. S1TV Blog, 26th November 2010

As pressure grows around Mr Capello's disastrous performance against France on Wednesday, S1TV talks exclusively to the man of the moment for his thoughts on what went wrong. And Sven talks to undisclosed sources at a variety of Premier League clubs about the pressure those teams are under as the season moves forward. Do it!

Written by The Special 1. BBC Special 1 Blog, 19th November 2010

Special 1 TV, a satirical show which aired on BBC Three and the BBC Sport website during the 2010 World Cup, returns! Watch the first episode by clicking here and then read the all-new blog!

The Special 1's Blog, 15th October 2010

And so the end is near. Time for reflection, time for sharing memories and time to bring in video technology. Are you listening Mr Fifa? And with all eyes on the Holland and the Spain for Sunday, where are you betting your hedges?

BBC Three, 9th July 2010

I often think managing football team is like cooking. Great ingredients in the hands of great chef and the results are fantastic. Great ingredients in the hands of not so great chef and you'll be asking 'Would you like fries with that?'

BBC Three Blog, 8th July 2010

Special moments between special people can be rare. But between special managers they are aplenty.

BBC Three Blog, 7th July 2010

Today, the boy Rooney seeks your help in supporting someone who has been left exposed in South Africa.

BBC Three Blog, 6th July 2010

Despite the fact that Mr Capello has said he's staying on to manage England team, there are still some people who think he should go...

BBC Three Blog, 5th July 2010

With England out of the World Cup what can Fabio, Wayne and Sven do next? Where does Maradona get his inspiration? Plus Jose takes a firm position on the use of video technology.

BBC Three Blog, 2nd July 2010

So what is it like leaving the world Cup on the early bus? Wayne and puppet Ronnie tell us all about it.

BBC Three Blog, 2nd July 2010

Here at Special 1 TV, our callers have been divided over the England World Cup fiasco.

BBC Three Blog, 1st July 2010

Lots of talk about the Fabio and his management style. But not much talk about his karaoke style. Should he be considering new career as lounge singer?

BBC Three Blog, 29th June 2010

Here is the boy Wayne entertaining his team mates. Boy Wayne hears the drums echoing in the night as the moonlit wings reflect the stars that guide him towards salvation, hoping to find some old forgotten words or ancient melodies.

BBC Three Blog, 28th June 2010

Just as there are teams, footballers and managers we like and don't like, there are TV people also whom we like and don't like. Special 1 TV now reveals our least favourite TV characters. Do it!

BBC Three Blog, 25th June 2010

Special 1 TV gets hundreds of calls from viewers all over the world. Many unfortunately don't make it to air - here's a small selection of those unlucky callers. Do it!

BBC Three Blog, 24th June 2010

Dramatic scenes in South Africa today as England qualify to next round of World Cup 2010. Special 1 TV has just been given this clip of Capello's pre-match team-talk.

BBC Three Blog, 23rd June 2010

There's more puppetry in Special 1 TV (BBC3). Punditry puppetry, with a plastic José Mourinho hosting an interactive phone-in chat show from the World Cup in South Africa. Some of the impressions (Mick McCarthy) are spot-on; other's (Arsène Wenger) fail like an Emile Heskey attempt on goal. Hit and miss then, as you'd expect from a show like this. But still a lot less annoying than James Corden's World Cup shambles on ITV.

Sam Wollaston, The Guardian, 23rd June 2010

In the aftermath of Algeria game - we must ask why did it all go wrong? Exclusive footage obtained by Special 1 TV from inside the England dressing room before the game, may hold the key.

BBC Three Blog, 22nd June 2010

Ahead of England's game against Slovenia tomorrow, Sven tells us what he expects from an English manager...like he'd know anything about football management.

BBC Three Blog, 22nd June 2010

With everything that's going on in the World Cup 2010 there seems to be more talk about the vuvuzela than anything else. But what are they? Wayne informs.

BBC Three Blog, 21st June 2010

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