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   Friday, 17 January, 2003, 12:04 GMT
Czech tennis star Petr Korda
Sports Talk: Petr Korda
BBC Sport's Nishat Adat talks to the tennis player Petr Korda about his rollercoaster career.(Broadcast 11 January).
Brian Clough lead Derby County and Nottingham Forest to glory as a manager
Clough picks his World team
BBC Sport's Pat Murphy asks football legend Brian Clough to pick his favourite players of all-time.(Broadcast 28 December).
Former Wimbledon winner Pat Cash
Cash plays fantasy tennis
Former Wimbledon winner Pat Cash chooses his favourite players of all-time, with the help of BBC Sport's Mike Costello.(Broadcast 14 December).
Ireland's Eddie Jordan will be hoping for a better season in 2003
Sports talk with Eddie Jordan
BBC Sport's motor racing correspondent Jonathan Legard talks to the owner of the Jordan F1 race team. (Broadcast 07 December),
The USA's Alexis Lalas
Sport in the USA (Part 4)
In the final part of his series BBC Sport's Colin Maitland looks at the USA's relationship with soccer. (Broadcast 28 November)
Basketball is the only true American sport
Sport in the USA (Part 3)
BBC Sport's Colin Maitland reveals how basketball is the only true American sport. (Broadcast 22 November)
Tiger Woods is the USA's most famous golfer
Sport in the USA (Part 2)
BBC Sport's Colin Maitland looks at the rise of golf in the USA. (Broadcast 15 November)
Sport in the USA
BBC Sport's Colin Maitland looks at the history of American sport. (Broadcast 09 November)
The Bunburys
David English talks about the famous charity cricket club, the Bunburys. (Broadcast 1 November)
Women in athletics
In the second part of the series BBC Sport's Mike Costello looks at the rise of women athletes. (Broadcast 25 October)
The rise of women athletes
BBC Sport's Mike Costello traces the history of women's athletics.(Broadcast 14 October)
Township to championship
Namibian sprinter Frankie Fredricks talks to BBC Sport's Mike Costello about his career. (Broadcast 5 October)
Beyond brave
Former F1 driver Niki Lauda talks about his recovery after coming close to death in a horrific crash. (Broadcast 29 September)
The comeback king
Australian cricketer Simon O'Donnell talks about his astonishing recovery from cancer. (Broadcast 20 September)
Back from the brink
Gail Devers tells of her against Graves disease, from almost losing her legs to winning Olympic gold. (Broadcast 13 September)
A day at the races
Jon Myers visits a new race-course in southern Spain - the Hipodromo Costa del Sol. (Broadcast 6 September)
A true hero
Former F1 driver Alex Zanardi tells of his recovery after losing both his legs in a horrific crash. (Broadcast 31 August)
Secret agents
In the final part of the series Guy Delauney looks at the roll of the personal manager in the business of professional sport. (Broadcast 24 August)
What's in a name?
In the second part of his series, Guy Delauney reveals how sport and sponsorship go hand-in-hand. (Broadcast 16 August)
The money game
Guy Delauney looks at how the relationship between big business and sport is changing. (Broadcast 9 August)
Legendary Sir Garfield
Sir Garfield Sobers talks about his achievements and considers the state of West Indian cricket in the present day. (Broadcast 2 August)
Manchester in the house
Nishat Adat looks at the city of Manchester's preparations for the 2002 Commonwealth Games. (Broadcast 26 July).
Commonwealth history
Nishat Adat charts the history of the Commonwealth Games (Broadcast 19 July)
Barca & The General
Michael Portillo tells the extraordinary story of how FC Barcelona survived the Spanish Civil War. (Broacast 12 July)
What the...!!!
Alex Capstick investigates some of the great sporting comebacks (Broadcast 5 July)
Who's the greatest?
Ali, Dempsey, Marciano - Reg Gutteridge joins Mike Costelloe as they discuss who is the greatest boxer of all. (Broadcast 28 June)
Wimbledon prepares
Nishat Adat goes behind the scenes of the All England Club as they prepare for the start of the championships. (Broadcast 21 June)
Wimbledon memories
25 years on, Virginia Wade talks to Barry Millns about the events surrounding her 1977 Wimbledon triumph. (Broadcast 14 June)
Her Majesty's Pleasure
Newmarket is the home of flat-horse racing. The town's rich history is full of royal links as we'll now discover, (Broadcast 7 June)
The decline of the Windies
Chris Florence visits the Caribbean and discusses the decline of West Indian cricket with Sir Garfield Sobers. (Broadcast 31 May)
The Asian hockey decline
In this week's Sports International, Ken Wilson investigates India and Pakistan's decline in world hockey. (Broadcast 8 May)
World Series of Poker
Behind the scenes of the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas to try and differentiate between fact and fiction. (Broadcast 3 May)
Sport after Apartheid - part 3
In the last of the series we take a closer look at the changes in football in post apartheid South Africa. (Broadcast 19 April)
Sport after Apartheid - part 2
In part two we investigates why there has been such resisitance to changes within cricket. (Broadcast 12 April)
Sport after Apartheid - part 1
In the first of a three part special, Ashish Sharma explores the changing face of rugby in South Africa. (Broadcast 5 April)
George Graham reflects
One of the most successful figures in the history of English football looks back a his 40 year career (Broadcast 30 March)
Who's running cricket?
With Asia having four of the ten leading nations in the sport, Chris Florence, attempts to discover the answer (Broadcast 23 March)
Who's running boxing?
Mike Costelloe investigates who actually controls boxing - the governing bodies, television companies or the promoters. (Broadcast 15 March)
What the...!!!
George Foreman world champion at 54, France's victory over the All Blacks. Alex Capstick presents these and other sporting shocks. (Broadcast 22 February)
Building a Superhorse
Sports International goes to Newmarket where scientists are looking into what it would take to genetically build a superhorse. (Broadcast 15 February)
Zimbabwe's sporting legacy
Sport International investigates how political turmoil in Zimbabwe affects sport in the country and on the world stage. (Broadcast 8 February)
Jaques back
In the build up to the Winter Olympics Mike Costelloe talks exclusively to IOC president Dr Jaques Rogge. (Broadcast 1 February)
2002 a sporting year
The World Cup, Commenwealth Games and Winter Olympics - Mike Costelloe and former England manager Graham Taylor look ahead to 2002. (Broadcast 4 January)
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