As well as getting behind the main sporting headlines and interviewing the big sporting stars, Inside Sport also wants to hear from you.
Every week the programme will ask for your views on the stories and issues covered.
We want to hear from you too, if you have a topical sporting story that you think should be investigated.
And we would love to know what you think of the show.
Here are the ways you can get involved:
• GENERAL FEEDBACK
To tell us what you thought of the show, suggest a story or to make a general comment, please use the e-mail form on the right hand side of the page.
• GRASSROOTS FOOTBALL PHOTO COMPETITION
This competition is now closed. Thanks for all your entries.
Keep checking the BBC Sport and Inside Sport websites for details of more fantastic competitions.
• YOUR QUESTIONS
Each week Inside Sport will be putting your questions to the international stars of sport.
We had hundreds of questions for our guests on series one, such as Owen Hargreaves, Kevin Pietersen and Ricky Hatton.
Watch this space for the next big name on Inside Sport.
• YOUR SPORTING WEEK
We'd also like to see your pictures, video or mobile phone footage of your sporting week, whatever the sport, and whether it's a major event or local affair.
E-mail us at email@example.com, and remember to mark your e-mail My Sporting Week. Don't forget to include your name, home town and contact phone number.
You can also send your pictures to us by MMS, not text, on your mobile phone on 60011.
Sending a picture to BBC Sport on your mobile phone will result in a charge from your network. Please contact them for further details as costs vary widely, depending on your choice of operator and price plan.
Please read these terms and conditions.
In accordance with section 9 of the BBC's Terms and conditions you agree to grant to the BBC a non-exclusive licence to publish and use your photographs or video for non-commercial purposes. Copyright will however remain with the photographer.
The BBC cannot guarantee that all pictures or video and will be used and we reserve the right to edit your comments.
If you take a picture of any event you should not endanger yourself or others, take any unnecessary risks or infringe any laws.