On this week’s programme, football news from north and south of the British Isles, Champions/Europa League, Six Nations news, Premier League Darts, Scottish cricket, F1 2012 preview and Everton’s David Moyes.
Here is this week’s edition of Scores on the Doors, featuring it’s top story and the continuing breaking news of the crisis at Rangers Football Club.
Sky Sports F1 have unveiled their new opening titles ahead of their channel’s launch tomorrow, Friday 9th of March. The opening titles have a montage of footage from down the decades, looking at former world champions, all through the eyes of Sebastian Vettel, current world champion. Also Sky F1 this week have set up a twitter account @SkyF1Insider with some sneaky bits and pieces including photo’s of rehearsals of
Former Sky Sports pundit Andy Gray has revealed that he contemplated suicide after being sacked from the corporation after making sexiest comments. The 56 year old made the comments in an interview with the London Evening Standard. Andy Gray was sacked and Richard Key’s left after the pair were engulfed around sexism and inappropriate behaviour in the workplace. Gray was seen mocking Sian Massey, a female football assistant referee.
ESPN is celebrating ten years of broadcasting in Europe as ESPN Classic celebrates a decade on air. The channel has brought fans some of sport’s greatest moments, memories and legends from the world’s most famous and iconic events. ESPN Classic aired its first programme in France on March 4th 2002, screening the 1983 French Open Final between Yannick Noah and Mats Wilander. ESPN Classic is now among the leading sports
Here is this week’s leap year edition of Scores on the Doors, covering news from SPL, Premier League, Champions and Europa Leagues as well as the International football news and Six Nations, Golf, Boxing, Formula 1 and Premier League Darts.
Pub landlady Karen Murphy says her battle against Sky, ESPN and the Premier League is a moral victory. A victory which seen her win a landmark legal battle over the rights to show football matches in public places. Murphy had been paying Sky Television £700 a month for the honour of screening football matches in her boozer, The Red, White and Blue Inn, and sought to find a cheaper way
Here is this weeks edition of ‘Scores on the Doors’ which is produced and presented by ATV Today’s Callum Patterson.
Here is Callum Patterson’s sports talk programme Scores on the Doors, broadcast on City Radio. This week it heavily features the news on Rangers Football Club’s Administration.
Here is Callum Patterson’s ‘Scores on the Doors’ sports based talk show for Wednesday 1st February, the first show to feature on ATV Today.