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TOTT: Some Velvet Morning play live
Talk of the Terrace: The band named after a Nancy Sinatra song play 'Resistance' and 'How To Start A Revolution'.
(05:28) | Dec 20, 2011
TOTT: Martin 'Wolfie' Adams on World Championships preparation
Talk of the Terrace: Current BDO champion talks to Nat and Kelly about what travels with him to every tournament.
(06:45) | Dec 20, 2011
TOTT: Mark Lewis-Francis on injuries and medals
Talk of the Terrace: Sprinter says having the London 2012 games on the horizon has given him focus to try and stay injury free.
(05:04) | Dec 20, 2011
TOTT: Scott Sutter on facing Spurs
Talk of the Terrace: Young Boys defender reminisces about last season's clash with his boyhood club and what it is like playing in Switzerland.
(11:11) | Dec 20, 2011
TOTT: Come Dine with.....Roberto Martinez
Talk of the Terrace: Wigan manager reveals plans for his perfect dinner party.
(02:38) | Dec 20, 2011
TOTT: It's Quiz Time - 19th December 2011
Talk of the Terrace: Scott Sutter, Martin Adams and Mark Lewis-Francis take the toughest quiz in sport.
(04:52) | Dec 20, 2011
TOTT: Sam Delaney on Martin O'Neill's return to management
Talk of the Terrace: Author and presenter discusses whether the former Aston Villa manager's return to the Premier League will be a success.
(06:00) | Dec 13, 2011
TOTT: Sincere plays live
Talk of the Terrace: Rapper Sincere plays his tracks 'Deja Vu' and 'Ain't Nobody Like You'.
(07:28) | Dec 13, 2011
TOTT: It's Quiz Time - 12th December 2011
Talk of the Terrace: John Ruddy, Sam Delaney and Lethal Bizzle take the toughest quiz in sport.
(05:11) | Dec 13, 2011
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- Lancaster and backroom team pen deals | Vickery backing
- Club versus country conflict | Jose sets Chelsea challenge
- 12 years of pain | Analysis | 'Strange' | Cole hailed
As Arsene Wenger celebrates his 18th anniversary as Arsenal manager, John Cross details 18 ways the Frenchman has revolutionised English football
In the latest instalment of Inside Boxing, Eddie Chambers explains why Tyson Fury is the man to dethrone Wladimir Klitschko
"If England flounder in the next World Cup the knives will be out - six-year contract or not." Tom Hamilton on the new contract for the England coaches
Newcastle's Alan Pardew is just the latest anti-hero in a cycle of hiring and firing that keeps the football public - and its reporters - enthralled, writes Simon Barnes