Sport Today

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Sport Today
Sport Today titles.jpg
FormatSports
Created byBBC World News
Presented byNick Marshall-McCormack
Chris Mitchell
Amelia Harris-Lindsay
John Watson
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Original language(s)English
Production
Location(s)BBC Television Centre, London (2003–2012)
MediaCityUK, Salford (2012–)
Running time15 minutes
Broadcast
Original channelBBC World News
BBC News (overnight)
Picture format576i (16:9 SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original run2003 – present
Chronology
Related showsSportsday
 
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Sport Today
Sport Today titles.jpg
FormatSports
Created byBBC World News
Presented byNick Marshall-McCormack
Chris Mitchell
Amelia Harris-Lindsay
John Watson
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Original language(s)English
Production
Location(s)BBC Television Centre, London (2003–2012)
MediaCityUK, Salford (2012–)
Running time15 minutes
Broadcast
Original channelBBC World News
BBC News (overnight)
Picture format576i (16:9 SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original run2003 – present
Chronology
Related showsSportsday

Sport Today is a sports news programme produced by the BBC and is shown on BBC World News. It is broadcast up to 12 times daily from Monday-Thursday, 11 times daily on Friday and twice daily at the weekend. The programme provides the news, results and action from major sports events around the world.

From 13 June 2011, three more bulletins were added to provide more news content for viewers in the UK overnight and in the Asia-Pacific region in the mornings. They are shown as part of the BBC's Newsday.

Presenters[edit]

BBC Television Centre, London (2003–2012)

MediaCityUK, Salford (2012–present)

Schedule[edit]

(all times GMT)

Weekdays:
0145–0200, 0245–0300, 0345–0400, 0745–0800, 0845–0900, 1045–1100, 1145–1200, 1345–1400, 1545–1600, 1845–1900, 2045–2100 (Monday-Thursday), 2245–2300 (Monday-Thursday), 2230–2245 (Friday)

Weekends:
1315–1330, 1915–1930