|Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- Can we use any material from BBC Sport Online for our own website?
No. All rights, including copyright, in the content of these BBC Sport Online web pages are owned or controlled for these purposes by the BBC.
- Can I complain about a TV or radio sports programme?
For TV programmes you can write to the Editor of the specific sport or programme you wish to comment on at Room 5090, BBC TV Centre, London W12 7RJ. Details of programme producers can be found in the relevant week's edition of Radio Times. For radio programmes write to the Head of Radio Sport, Room 5006, BBC TV Centre, London W12 7RJ. Alternatively you can email firstname.lastname@example.org marking it for the attention of relevant person.
How do I find out about music used on BBC Sport programmes on TV or radio?
There are hundreds of hours of sports programmes broadcast on the BBC, and it would be impossible for us to track down all the music that is used by individual programmes. In special circumstances, for instance theme tunes, details are given at the time, but in general you should contact the producer of the relevant programme. Their names can be found on that day's page of Radio Times.
- How do I point out any errors or omissions on the site?
We're always glad to hear from people if you feel we may have got something wrong with a fact or item. Use the feedback form to let us know, but please enclose a link to the relevant page or we shall have trouble finding it.
- Why can't you tell me about forthcoming sports events to be broadcast on the BBC?
With some events, especially football, we are sometimes unable to inform people due to contractual restraints, or the broadcast rights may only recently have been awarded. But we give wide coverage to all events the BBC broadcasts.
How do I go about applying for work at BBC Sport?
Contact the BBC's Jobnetwork.