First broadcast: Saturday 12th September 2015
Justin Moorhouse plays host as his guests aim to gain points whilst discussing the hot sporting topics of the week. On this weeks panel: actor Tom Davis, Badminton Olympic silver medallist Gail Emms, broadcaster Dougie Anderson and comedian Ivo Graham.
First broadcast: Friday 25th December 2015
Josh Widdicombe hosts a special festive Fighting Talk looking back on the sporting year of 2015. With presenter Richard Osman, Olympic bronze medallist and sports commentator Kath Merry, Canadian sports broadcaster Greg Brady and comedian Bob Mills. With topics inspired by Brussels sprouts and Elsa from Frozen plus a burpee challenge.
First broadcast: Saturday 9th January 2016
Jason Mohammad takes on presenting duties as his guests aim to gain points in an FA Cup 3rd round special. With former Liverpool footballer, 1986 FA Cup winner and football pundit Mark Lawrenson, former English and Liverpool Ladies Goalkeeper and 2010 FA Women's Cup winner Rachel Brown, former England and Leeds United footballer and football pundit Danny Mills and comedian Mark Watson.
First broadcast: Saturday 19th March 2016
Josh Widdicombe hosts the show where a panel of experts try to win points for punditry on the week's sports stories. On this weeks panel broadcaster and journalist Martin Kelner, sports broadcaster Amanda Davies, journalist Thom Gibbs and comedian Lloyd Griffith.
First broadcast: Saturday 26th March 2016
Georgie Ainslie hosts the show where a panel of experts try to win points for punditry on the week's sports stories. With sports presenter Kelly Cates, sports commentator John Rawling, former Athlete and bronze Olympic medallist Kath Merry and comedian Bob Mills.
First broadcast: Saturday 2nd April 2016
Josh Widdicombe hosts the show where a panel of experts try to win points for punditry on the week's sports stories. With TV presenter Richard Osman, comedian and actor Tom Davis, Badminton Olympic silver medallist Gail Emms and comedian Ivo Graham.
First broadcast: Tuesday 7th June 2016
Josh Widdicombe is joined by Wales supporter and comedian Elis James, German comedian Henning Wehn, England fan and actor Tom Davis and Ireland devotee Neil Delamere. It's every man for himself, but which country will come out victorious?