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Riding into Kabul after the fall of the Taliban and facing Brett Lee and Glenn McGrath in the nets: Phil Mackie on his 26 years at the BBC

Phil Mackie has worked for the BBC since 1993, and since 1998 has been a network TV, radio and online reporter for BBC news, covering stories such as Fred & Rose West and the Cromwell Street murders, being in Kabul when the Taliban fell, and the Ben Stokes...

Olympic Pole Vaulter Holly Bradshaw On The Importance Of Psychology

Acrophobia – heard of it? Possibly not. Yet, it’s almost certain to have impacted each and every one of us at various points in our lives. Acrophobia is the irrational fear of heights and according to ‘Fearof.net’, it represents the third most common ...

Table Tennis Coach Maria Ingles On The Incredible Work At The Greenhouse Centre

London may be among the wealthiest cities in the world, but deprivation and inequality are still di...

NBA Playoffs – How big of an impact will the European Stars have?

It was June 24th 1998, and a skinny tall white teenager from Germany emerged on American soil to ch...

The Finnish version of the “American pastime”

Most people know about American baseball, but did you know that there is a Finnish version of the g...

A look into the barbarism of the Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship

Combat sports are thriving in a golden area. Anthony Joshua is one of the most prominent faces in B...

Global Sport Issues Podcast – Part 1

Megan Dymmock-Morgan is joined by Emilia Ottela and Maria Lopes on the first episode of GSI: Global...

March Madness – Why Brits should give it a shot

In football, the international break is ongoing, which let’s be honest is a bore fest. Inste...