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Wednesday, 7 August, 2002, 10:08 GMT 11:08 UK


Games a big hit on TV
The Commonwealth Games prove a huge success for the BBC, with viewers watching in their millions.

BBC set for biggest Games
The BBC offers full television, radio and online coverage of all the action from the 17th Commonwealth Games in Manchester.

Games go interactive
Viewers can use BBC's interactive TV service to catch all the action at the Commonwealth Games in Manchester.

Games' TV schedule
A full TV rundown of all the action from the Commonwealth Games in Manchester.

Steve Rider
Steve Rider will be the main anchor-man of the BBC's Commonwealth Games coverage.

Sue Barker
The former French Open champion and Wimbledon semi-finalist will be a main presenter of the BBC's Commonwealth Games coverage.

John Inverdale
John Inverdale is looking forward to a sensational Rugby sevens tournament at the Games.

Hazel Irvine
Hazel Irvine believes that Manchester's Games will be full of lots of great action.

Barry Davies
Barry Davies will be commentating on his seventh Commonwealth Games for the BBC .

Steve Cram
Steve Cram will be part of the BBC's commentary team during the Manchester Commonwealth Games.

Michael Johnson
Sprint legend Michael Johnson will join the BBC's team of experts in Manchester.

Roger Black
The former Commonwealth champion will be a key presenter at the Manchester Commonwealth Games.

Sharron Davies
Sharron Davies is the golden girl of British swimming. Now working for the BBC, the Olympic silver medallist will be poolside in Manchester.

Seb Coe
Seb Coe will provide expert views to the Five Live team during the Manchester Commonwealth Games.

Sally Gunnell
The former golden girl of British athletics will be an major part of the BBC's team at Manchester.

John Regis
Former world indoor 200m champion John Regis will bring his expertise to the BBC team .

Diane Modahl
Former Commonwealth Games champion Diane Modahl joins the BBC team to give her expert opinion on this year's game.

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