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In case you have wondered what a certain tune was in the past in other BBC Sports programmes, check out our archive to see if it has been answered:
Q: What is the title of the Season Ticket theme tune?
A: The Season Ticket theme tune is Spitting Games by Northern Ireland group Snow Patrol.
Q: What is the tune that accompanied the Roy Keane piece. Was it Sheryl Crow? Hope so, I can win a bet.
A: Your right Dave. The tune was Everyday is a winding road, and Sheryl Crow was the singer and songwriter. It was from the CD: The very best of Sheryl Crow (9861092)
Q: What was the name of the Sterophonics track that was featured in the rugby preview on Wednesday 15 November? Bryan, Bangor
which is on Virgin label CD: The Bands of II
Q: Who sang the number that accompanied the Irish rugby feature on 22 November? I think it was the Killers. What was the title called? John, Belfast
A: Your are spot on. It was the Killers from their CD Sams Town on the Vertigo label. The track was number 11 and called When you were Young.
Q: Hey guys, I was just wondering if the band which you featured with the Ian Stewart feature have a webpage?
A: The band is: Heyday and they are featured on the website
Q: Nice piece on Jason Hughes. What was the intro music on that feature? Martin, Derry
A: It was Nature's Law performed by Embrace on EMI's 42 Top Chart Hits.
Q: What was the name of the end theme to the programme on 28 February? Darren
A: The tune is Before You Go by Belfast band Payola. The song is taken from an album Try everything Twice.
Q: What was the tune when John Duddy was walking down the street in New York? Marty, NI
A: It was The Boss performed by the late James Brown.
Q: What was the tune to the Ulster clubs' day out in Croke Park? Ciara, Derry
A: It was by Northern Ireland band Snow Patrol and called It's beginning to get to me.
It was from their album Eyes Open.