Why press the RED button?
Expert analysis channel
Quiz our pundits
Up to six audio channels
Win Six Nations tickets
Viewers with digital, cable or satellite can access BBC Sport's interactive services during this year's Six Nations Championships.
Pressing the red button on your remote control will give you two options - Score Interactive, which brings you all the latest football reults from around the country - or Six Nations interactive.
On our analysis channel - complete with instant replays - you can hear the views of former England coach Dick Best, ex-England players John Sleightholme and Damian Hopley, plus Irish legend Keith Wood.
If you want to ask the panel a question during the game, you can email or text us - you'll hear their responses on air.
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And if you would prefer to hear Radio Five Live's commentary, or one of the BBC's national radio station's broadcasts during the game, you can select these options on the interactive channel.
Viewers can also listen to the referee during the game through our 'Ref Link' feature, so if you're angry about a contentious decision then let the ref explain just why he gave that penalty.
Rugby can be a tricky game to keep up with, and if you're not sure how well your team is doing, why not check out our statistics section?
Tackle counts, off-loads and turnover counts will reveal just how good - or bad - your boys have been performing.
We'll also be offering viewers the chance to win Six Nations tickets, so if you want to be in the thick of the action, press that red button!
In addition to Grandstand's usual analysis, if you press the RED button directly after every England match you can watch Steve Rider and his studio pundits discuss the day's play.
An integral part of this will be your comments, so please text and email us on the usual address and numbers.
Or you can send your comments via the form below:
Disclaimer: The BBC may edit your comments and cannot guarantee that all e-mails will be published.