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London Interrupted

ESPN staff
July 23, 2012

Hemispheres collide this summer as ESPN's Emmy-award winning show Pardon The Interruption comes to London for the 2012 Olympic Games.

The co-host of the Aussie PTI Show Russell Barwick will go head-to-head in a debate with the front-men of the British version of PTI, Mark "Chappers" Chapman, and Steve Bunce.

From their perch overlooking the Olympic stadium, the two well respected broadcasters will trade razor sharp wit and informed opinions back and forth in the 30-minute program.

There will be the inevitable edge of the England-Australia rivalry mixed with wide-ranging debate that will cover all aspects, not just the winners.

PTI: London Interrupted is no ordinary news show. It's the show that's unafraid to ride the fast lane along the Thames Embankment, the show that will stare down its competition and the show that will bring Brits and Aussies closer together… or further apart.

With its combination of comedy and hard hitting news coverage PTI: London Interrupted will be there from the lighting of the torch until the final anthem, unless it falls at the last hurdle.

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