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20140720

In a busy summer of sport that includes the World Cup, the Commonwealth Games and Wimbledon, comes the first ever BBC Sport Prom. Gabby Logan hosts an event combining classical favourites, great sporting events, plus memorable TV and radio themes. Sporting celebrities select their favourite classical tracks as we re-live unforgettable sporting moments. Live simulcast with BBC 5 live and BBC Radio 3.

20140720

In a busy summer of sport that includes the World Cup, the Commonwealth Games and Wimbledon, comes the first ever BBC Sport Prom. Gabby Logan hosts an event combining classical favourites, great sporting events, plus memorable TV and radio themes. Sporting celebrities select their favourite classical tracks as we re-live unforgettable sporting moments. Live simulcast with BBC 5 live and BBC Radio 3.

20141224

Another chance to hear The BBC Sport Prom, recorded in July at the Royal Albert Hall. Gabby Logan, Eleanor Oldroyd and Katy Derham introduce music with a sporting theme.

The first ever BBC Sport Prom celebrates a busy summer of sport in 2014 that included the World Cup, the Commonwealth Games and Wimbledon. Combining classical favourites and recalling great sporting events with memorable TV themes. Sporting celebrities also select their favourite classical items as we relive some unforgettable sporting moments.

Music includes Orff's O Fortuna from Carmina Burana, Prokofiev's Dance of the Knights from Romeo and Juliet, and Josef Strauss's Sport Polka, alongside favourite TV themes, including Match of the Day and Wimbledon.

Featuring:

Crouch End Festival Chorus

BBC Concert Orchestra

Rebecca Miller (conductor).

This programme was originally broadcast on 20th July 2014.

20141224

Another chance to hear The BBC Sport Prom, recorded in July at the Royal Albert Hall. Gabby Logan, Eleanor Oldroyd and Katy Derham introduce music with a sporting theme.

The first ever BBC Sport Prom celebrates a busy summer of sport in 2014 that included the World Cup, the Commonwealth Games and Wimbledon. Combining classical favourites and recalling great sporting events with memorable TV themes. Sporting celebrities also select their favourite classical items as we relive some unforgettable sporting moments.

Music includes Orff's O Fortuna from Carmina Burana, Prokofiev's Dance of the Knights from Romeo and Juliet, and Josef Strauss's Sport Polka, alongside favourite TV themes, including Match of the Day and Wimbledon.

Featuring:

Crouch End Festival Chorus

BBC Concert Orchestra

Rebecca Miller (conductor).

This programme was originally broadcast on 20th July 2014.