With Wimbledon, the Cricket World Cup and the Formula 1 British Grand Prix in the next seven days, it promises to be a memorable week for sports fans in the United Kingdom. Grand slam tennis continues with the second week of Wimbledon at the All England Club. The women’s and men’s singles finals take place on Saturday 13 July and Sunday 14 July respectively. It’s also the final week of the ICC Cricket World Cup. In the semi-finals India face New Zealand at Old Trafford in Manchester on Tuesday and host nation England take on rivals Australia at Edgbaston in Birmingham on Thursday. In motor sport, practice gets under way for the F1 British GP at Silverstone on Friday. Qualifying is on Saturday and the race in on Sunday. Can five-time world champion Lewis Hamilton win in front of his home crowd? It’s a Super Sunday Here’s a date to mark for your sporting diary: Sunday 14 July. It’s going to be a “Super … [Read more...] about 2019 sports event calendar and TV guide: what’s on in July?
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June’s sporting month started with a bang after Liverpool beat Tottenham in the Champions League final and Andy Ruiz Jr shocked Anthony Joshua in the world heavyweight boxing title fight in New York. Liverpool’s 2-0 victory over Spurs in the Madrid final was the last club match in Europe this season. However, there’s still international football to come this week with the Uefa Nations League semi-finals and final in Portugal and the start of the Fifa Women’s World Cup in France. On Wednesday 5 June Portugal face Switzerland in the first Nations League semi-final in Porto then a day later the Netherlands take on England in Guimaraes. The Nations League final will be held on Sunday 9 June. All matches are live on Sky Sports. The Fifa Women’s World Cup starts on Friday 7 June when host nation France face South Korea (8pm, live on BBC One). There are 48 Women’s World Cup matches this month followed by the two semi-finals, … [Read more...] about 2019 sports event calendar and TV guide: what’s on in June?
The first day of June promises to be a “Super Saturday” for sports fans. Top of the agenda is the Uefa Champions League final between Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool. The Madrid clash kicks off at 8pm (BST) and is live on BT Sport 2 and BT Sport’s YouTube channel. In the Cricket World Cup New Zealand face Sri Lanka (10.30am) and Afghanistan take on Australia (1.30pm), while in horse racing the Epsom Derby will be held at 2pm (live on ITV). Saturday 1 June also sees Exeter take on Saracens in the Premiership Rugby final (3pm; live on BT Sport), the third round of the US Women’s Open golf major and the French Open tennis grand slam in Paris. To finish the day off boxing fans will need to stay awake until the early hours of Sunday as Anthony Joshua fights Andy Ruiz Jr in New York. The title fight is live on Sky Sports Box Office. Joshua vs. Ruiz Jr is expected to start between 3am and 4am (BST) on Sunday 2 June for UK viewers. June 2019 sporting … [Read more...] about 2019 sport calendar and live TV guide: what’s on in June?
A new Sky Original miniseries has surpassed some of the all-time great TV shows to top IMDB's top-rated TV show chart. Following the final ever episode of Game of Thrones, the attention of many TV drama viewers has switched to 'Chernobyl', which debuted on Sky Atlantic earlier this month. Starring Jared Harris ( Mad Men; The Crown) and Emily Watson ( Breaking The Waves; Appropriate Adult) the show is described as 'a story of incredible heroism and sacrifice, but also shocking lies and conspiracy'. Episode 4 airs tonight. It's unlikely that Chernobyl's status as the "greatest TV show of all time" will last. However, if the next episodes live up to the standards the first three have set, it may well be in with a chance of staying within the Top 10. Unlike it's competitors, one thing we know for sure is that - regardless of how much acclaim it receives - we won't see it returning for a second series. In total, the show will have just five episodes with the story being wrapped up in the … [Read more...] about Chernobyl is now the top-rated TV series of all time
PUBLISHED: 15:02 24 May 2019 Sarah Chambers Bee Kemball and Ashley Shorey-Mills at the Suffolk showground with the iPad Picture: JOHN HASCHAK John Haschak, Partnership Plus Limited Televisions will be set up around the Suffolk Show this year, playing a key role in helping visitors to find the right location and learn more about what's going on. Suffolk-based electrical appliances retail chain Hughes Electrical is providing the TVs, as well as a prize for the show's Treasure Trail.Show director Bee Kemball explained that the TVs would be at five locations on the showground forming the show's Treasure Trail, each covering a different aspect of what happens in the county: Farming Life, Technology, The Emergency Services, Pig Farming and West Suffolk College. You may also want to watch: MORE - New 60ft tower set to offer a bird's eye view of county's biggest event"There will be information on the TVs explaining more about each of these running on a loop … [Read more...] about Suffolk Show’s TV guide helps visitors to get best from event