Monday, 4 August 2008

BBC OLYMPICS TELEVISION BROADCASTING TEAM.


BBC OLYMPICS TELEVISION BROADCASTING TEAM.



As we reported earlier today on this Blogspot, the BBC has sent what many in world sporting media think as some of the best sporting broadcasters and reporters the sporting world has ever known which guarantees perfect TV coverage from some of Britain's best known and loved sport stars that are now sport Commentators and reporters which will be the envy of many other media outlets covering these Olympic games in China!

Ceremonies (Opening and Closing),

Sue Barker, Huw Edwards, Hazel Irvine, Carrie Gracie

Archery,

Eddie Butler.

Athletics,

Steve Cram, Michael Johnson, Colin Jackson, Jonathan Edwards, Brendan Foster, Paul Dickenson, Stuart Storey.

Badminton,

David Mercer, Gillian Clark.

Basketball,

John Amaechi, Ron McIntosh.

Beach Volleyball,

Matt Chilton.

Boxing,

Jim Neilly, Richie Woodhall.

Canoeing,

Garry Herbert, Helen Reeves.

Cycling,

Hugh Porter, Chris Boardman, Gary Sutton, Jill Douglas.

Diving,

Bob Ballard, Leon Taylor.

Equestrian,

Michael Tucker.

Football,

Martin Fisher, John Roder, Alistair Mann, Jacqui Oatley.

Gymnastics,

Matt Baker, Christine Still, Mitch Fenner.

Hockey,

Barry Davies, Sean Kerly.

Judo,

Nicola Fairbrother, Nick Mullins.

Modern Pentathlon,

Andrew Cotter, Eleanor Oldroyd.

Rowing,

Garry Herbert, Daniel Topolski, Sir Steve Redgrave, John Inverdale.

Sailing,

Shirley Robertson, Richard Simmonds, Rob Walker.

Shooting,

Eleanor Oldroyd.

Swimming,

Andy Jameson, Adrian Moorhouse, Sharron Davie.s

Table Tennis,

Matthew Syed.

Taekwondo,

Nick Mullins, John Cullen.

Tennis,

John Lloyd, Sam Smith, Chris Bradnum, David Garrido.

Triathlon,

Matt Chilton,

Volleyball,

Matt Chilton.

Water Polo,

Bob Ballard.

Weightlifting,

Andrew Cotter.

Presentation team,
Sue Barker, Hazel Irvine, Adrian Chiles, Clare Balding, Gabby Logan, Jake Humphrey, John Inverdale, Rishi Persad.

Reporters,

Garry Richardson, Phil Jones, Jill Douglas, Sir Matt Pinsent.

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2 comments:

Allan said...

Reporting line up contain excellent choices, however, now that we view in HD which is stunning & must surely be the envy of the world, I think the main presenter must match the incredible visual experience. Now someone has to say this, but Sue Barker I am afraid has become a victim of HD in that it shows every line & wrinkle, scar ? & imperfection, even under some of the heaviest makeup I have seen on TV. Sorry Sue, but that's the way it is

Domain Holdings. said...

We tend to say your correct Allan, the BBC have many wrinkles and Old Father Time shows no mercy.
As only a select few will view HD and be able to watch the sweat dripping from the Beijing Olympics athletes many will miss the boat with respect to BBC Television being once again the first to plunder multi-screen viewing and what was 1000 hours the last Olympics over 2 and a half thousand hours are scheduled this time.