In the last At Home of the series, Colin Murray visits the home of a man who has helped create many sporting memories for him personally, Michael O’Neill.
The Northern Ireland and Stoke City manager talks about his moving from being a player to management, bringing success to the Northern Ireland in Euro 2016, and how Stoke City is the first team he’s ever managed with its own training ground.
This At Home was recorded the week before elite football was suspended due to coronavirus.
Alistair and Jonny Brownlee have won all there is to win in triathlon, in fact they shared the podium at back to back Olympic games in London and Rio.
They discuss the lengths they’ve been to keep their anonymity and, as the youngest, how Jonny felt getting his brother's hand me downs.
Plus, find out who wins a special head to head of rock, paper, scissors, a thumb war and higher or lower.
Richard Riakporhe talks to Colin Murray about growing up with gang culture, how he survived a stabbing as a teenager, to becoming a boxing champion with hopes of challenging for a world title.
Warning: This programme contains a description of a stabbing with some graphic detail you may find disturbing.
Colin visits Danish international footballer Nadia Nadim in Paris and talks about her journey from Afghanistan to Denmark as a refugee with her family after her father was killed. She discusses how her football career has since taken her to the USA, Manchester City and now Paris Saint-Germain. And Nadia also reveals why she’s holding off the final months completing her studies to become a surgeon.
Colin Murray sits down with multiple Paralympic Gold and London Marathon winner David Weir at his place, for a no-nonsense chat. Covering his career across over 20 years from how he started out, his love of music and DJing, to his big rivalries across track and road races.
David also talks frankly about how he has dealt massive success at London 2012, alongside the frustration of Rio 2016. And how he is preparing and racing, now aged 40, ahead of Tokyo 2020.
Colin gets a visit from The Secret Footballer, the anonymous purported Premier League footballer who lifts the lid on what actually happens in the dressing room and within the confines of the corridors of football, and what life is really like off the pitch for a professional player.
Colin visits the Wirral home of Watford, Liverpool and England football legend John Barnes.
They talk about racism, rapping, from the highs of meeting Nelson Mandela, to the horror of Hillsborough.
And John explains how he - an England player - was a secret West Germany fan...
Former England manager Steve McClaren talks candidly to Colin Murray about being in charge of the national squad, his time in Holland, and infuriating Sir Alex Ferguson with his boyhood allegiance to Leeds United.
Colin travels to the south of France to visit the home of the three-time winner of the London Marathon, women’s marathon world record holder and former BBC Sports Personality of the Year winner, Paula Radcliffe.