Sportshour: A Right Champagne Charlie04/18/15
1) The Perils of a Podium Hostess. We speak to Maja Leye who in 2013, on the podium, had her bottom pinched by cyclist Peter Sagan. it changed her life 2) How social difficulties in Venezuela has driven American MLB teams to leave 3) The death of...
Sportshour: A Right Champagne Charlie
Perils of a podium hostess. How doing your job can put you in the eye of a media storm
sport: My son was murdered - 11 Apr 15
1) Cameroon footballer Albert Ebosse died after playing in a football match in Algeria last year. The official report suggested Ebosse died from head injuries sustained after objects were thrown from the stands. The BBC's John Bennett has been...
Sporthour: Memorial for Munich Massacre
The Munich Massacre gets it's Memorial, but why has it taken 43 years? We hear about a new film that addresses why the IOC has been so reluctant to confront the incident and follows the construction of a memorial that cuts into the hill next to what...
Sportshour: Netball: Not for All?
1) Netball is most unusual in sport. It is one of very few sports where men and women directly compete against each other.So why did Molly Rhone, head of netball’s world governing body say “The International Federation does not promote Netball as a...
Sportshour: The Real Madness of March?
This month the sporting calendar in the United States is dominated by one thing - March Madness. It is the culmination of the men's college basketball season and it is not only hugely popular but big business. However is the madness of March the way...
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