Colin Murray.

Fighting Talk

BBC Radio 5 Live panel show about sport. 743 episodes (pilot + 19 series), 2003 - 2022. Stars Colin Murray, Christian O'Connell, Josh Widdicombe, Georgie Ainslie and others.

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Series 14

1. Episode One

First broadcast: Saturday 17th September 2016

Colin Murray is back. On this week's show: Broadcaster Eleanor Oldroyd, sports commentator and broadcaster Steve Bunce, journalist, broadcaster Martin Kelner and comedian Bob Mills.

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2. Episode Two

First broadcast: Saturday 24th September 2016

Colin Murray is judge and jury in front of a live audience at the Motorpoint Arena to celebrate the inaugural PDC Champions League of Darts. On this week's panel: former professional darts player Peter Manley, author and presenter Dougie Anderson, Champions League of Darts BBC reporter and sports broadcaster Caroline Barker and darts enthusiast and comedian Paul Sinha.

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3. Episode Three

First broadcast: Saturday 1st October 2016

Canadian sports broadcaster Greg Brady, Olympic bronze medallist and sports commentator Kath Merry, journalist Jim White and comedian Neil Delamere join Colin Murray.

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4. Episode Four

First broadcast: Saturday 8th October 2016

Olympic silver medallist Gail Emms, boxing and sports commentator Steve Bunce, sports commentator John Rawling and comedian Ivo Graham join Colin Murray.

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5. Episode Five

First broadcast: Saturday 15th October 2016

With Olympic gold and bronze medallist and GB and England Hockey player Kate Richardson-Walsh, comedian Paul Sinha, journalist and sports presenter Des Kelly and comedian Justin Moorhouse.

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6. Episode Six

First broadcast: Saturday 22nd October 2016

With former NFL player for the New York Giants Osi Umenyiora, comedian Eddie Kadi, presenter Dougie Anderson and comedian Elis James.

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7. Episode Seven

First broadcast: Saturday 29th October 2016

With 6ft 10in former NBA player John Amaechi, 6ft 4.5in former Australian and Fulham Goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer, 6ft 2in comedian Bob Mills and 6ft 3in presenter Rick Edwards.

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8. Episode Eight

First broadcast: Saturday 5th November 2016

With former British Cricketer and TMS commentator Ebony Rainford Brent, Pointless presenter Richard Osman, Canadian sports broadcaster Greg Brady and comedian, actor and star of The Fast Show, Simon Day.

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9. Episode Nine

First broadcast: Saturday 12th November 2016

A half English, half Scottish guest list to commemorate the England vs Scotland World Cup qualifier from the previous evening. The guests are England and Chelsea Ladies footballer Eni Aluko, English sports commentator John Rawling, former Scottish and Chelsea footballer Pat Nevin and Scottish comedian Iain Stirling.

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10. Episode Ten

First broadcast: Saturday 26th November 2016

Sports broadcaster Kelly Cates, writer and sports broadcaster Steve Bunce, former athlete and Bronze Olympic 400m medal winner Kath Merry and comedian Ian Moore are on the show.

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11. Episode Eleven

First broadcast: Saturday 10th December 2016

With former international English Cricketer Ryan Sidebottom, journalist and broadcaster Caroline Barker, sports broadcaster Eleanor Oldroyd and comedian Justin Moorhouse.

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12. Episode Twelve

First broadcast: Saturday 17th December 2016

With presenter and comedian Iain Stirling, BBC Radio 6 Music presenter Liz Kershaw, broadcaster and journalist Martin Kelner and comedian Henning Wehn.

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13. Episode Thirteen

First broadcast: Saturday 24th December 2016

Arsenal Ladies and England footballer Alex Scott, presenter Dougie Anderson, sports commentator John Rawling and Canadian sports broadcaster Greg Brady compete.

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New Year Special: Episode Fourteen

First broadcast: Saturday 31st December 2016

Fighting Talk celebrates the end of 2016 as Colin Murray is joined by four panellists who all have one thing in common; they know little or nothing about the world of sport!

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15. Episode Fifteen

First broadcast: Saturday 7th January 2017

With former GB Badminton player and Olympic silver medallist Gail Emms, journalist Thom Gibbs, former Leicester and Warwickshire Cricketer Charles Dagnall and comedian Bob Mills.

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16. Episode Sixteen

First broadcast: Saturday 14th January 2017

Olympic gold & bronze medallist and former GB & ENG hockey player Kate Richardson-Walsh, BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra presenter Charlie Sloth, former Scottish and Chelsea footballer Pat Nevin and comedian Elis James.

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17. Episode Seventeen

First broadcast: Saturday 21st January 2017

Gabby Logan is joined by Pointless presenter Richard Osman, former Everton and England Women's Goalkeeper Rachel Brown-Finnis, presenter and writer Dougie Anderson and comedian Mark Watson.

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18. Episode Eighteen

First broadcast: Saturday 28th January 2017

Colin Murray is joined by broadcaster and 606 presenter Kelly Cates, BBC Radio 1 DJ Chris Stark, journalist and sports presenter Steve Bunce and comedian Ivo Graham.

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19. Episode Nineteen

First broadcast: Saturday 11th February 2017

GB and Welsh sprinter and Olympic silver medallist Iwan Thomas, BBC 6 Music presenter Liz Kershaw, journalist Jim White and comedian Bob Mills join Colin Murray for more sporting punditry.

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20. Episode Twenty

First broadcast: Saturday 18th February 2017

Former Australia, Middlesbrough and Fulham goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer, professional chef Tom Kerridge, sports presenter Jennie Gow and comedian Paul Sinha join Colin Murray for an hour of sporting punditry.

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21. Episode Twenty One

First broadcast: Saturday 25th February 2017

Former England Rugby Union player Martin Bayfield, presenter and football pundit Mina Rzouki, journalist Andy Dunn and comedian Ian Moore join Colin Murray for an hour of sporting punditry.

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22. Episode Twenty Two

First broadcast: Saturday 4th March 2017

Former England Netball player and director of Wasps Netball, Tamsin Greenway; comedian Nish Kumar; presenter Dougie Anderson; and Canadian sports broadcaster Greg Brady join Colin Murray for an hour of sporting punditry.

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23. Episode Twenty Three

First broadcast: Saturday 11th March 2017

Former GB athlete and Olympic bronze-medallist Kath Merry, broadcaster Caroline Barker and comedians Elis James and Ivo Graham join Colin Murray for an hour of sporting punditry.

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24. Episode Twenty Four

First broadcast: Saturday 18th March 2017

Former GB badminton player and Olympic silver-medallist Gail Emms, sports commentator John Rawling, journalist and presenter Martin Kelner and comedian Bob Mills join Colin Murray for an hour of sporting punditry.

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25. Episode Twenty Five

First broadcast: Saturday 25th March 2017

Colin Murray hosts Fighting Talk live in front of an audience from Tramway in Glasgow as part of the BBC 6 Music Festival. On the panel: The Maccabees Guitarist and Fulham supporter Felix White, 6Music DJ and Liverpool supporter Liz Kershaw, former Scottish and Chelsea footballer and music fanatic Pat Nevin and Liverpool supporter and comedian Iain Stirling.

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26. Episode Twenty Six

First broadcast: Saturday 1st April 2017

Pointless presenter Richard Osman, former British Cricketer and BBC TMS commentator Ebony Rainford-Brent, sports broadcaster Eleanor Oldyroyd and comedian Ian Moore join Colin Murray for more sporting punditry.

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Special: Grand National Special

First broadcast: Saturday 8th April 2017

Live from Mountford Hall in Liverpool in front of an audience, Countdown co-host Rachel Riley, comedian Neil Delamere, chef and Sunday Brunch co-host Simon Rimmer, and comedian Justin Moorhouse join Colin Murray for an hour of sporting punditry.

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28. Episode Twenty Eight

First broadcast: Saturday 15th April 2017

Southend United manager Phil Brown, journalist Martha Kelner, Canadian sports broadcaster Greg Brady and comedian Eddie Kadi join Colin Murray for an hour of sporting punditry.

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29. Episode Twenty Nine

First broadcast: Saturday 22nd April 2017

Colin Murray is joined by Tamsin Greenway, Mark Schwarzer, Matt Forde and Elis James.

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30. Episode Thirty

First broadcast: Saturday 29th April 2017

Journalist and sports presenter Steve Bunce, broadcaster Caroline Barker, former Crystal Palace chairman Simon Jordan and comedian Paul Sinha join Colin Murray for an hour of sporting punditry.

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31. Episode Thirty One

First broadcast: Saturday 6th May 2017

Sports commentator John Rawling, former GB athlete and Olympic bronze-medallist Kath Merry, presenter and writer Dougie Anderson and comedian Bob Mills join Colin Murray for an hour of sporting punditry in front of a live audience at The Engine Shed in Lincoln.

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32. Episode Thirty Two

First broadcast: Saturday 13th May 2017

Broadcaster and 606 presenter Kelly Cates, The Maccabees guitarist and Fulham supporter Felix White, journalist Jim White and comedian Neil Delamere join Colin Murray for an hour of sporting punditry.

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33. Episode Thirty Three

First broadcast: Saturday 20th May 2017

Journalist and presenter Martin Kelner, broadcaster Reshmin Chowdhury, Canadian sports broadcaster Greg Brady and comedian Ivo Graham join Colin Murray for an hour of sporting punditry.

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34. Episode Thirty Four

First broadcast: Saturday 27th May 2017

Colin Murray acts as judge and jury as Pat Nevin, Bobby Gould, Steve Bunce and Clive Anderson fight for punditry points whilst discussing the sporting stories of the week.

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Special: Champion of Champions

First broadcast: Saturday 3rd June 2017

Comedian Elis James, broadcaster Eleanor Oldroyd, presenter Richard Osman and comedian Bob Mills join Colin Murray in front of a live audience from the BBC Radio Theatre for the Champion of Champions season finale.

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