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Based on the book by award-winning author Michael Calvin, 'No Hunger In Paradise' explores the academy system and the pressures and pitfalls that prevent young players from making it as a professional footballer.

Published on 08 January 2018

Rocky & Wrighty: From Brockley To The Big Time

Kevin Pietersen is England’s most famous and controversial cricketer of the modern era. He’s now been told he’ll never play for England again but that doesn’t mean he’s hanging up his bat.

Filmed in London, the Caribbean and South Africa, Being Kevin Pietersen offers a fascinating insight into the life of a very modern cricketer.

Anthony Joshua: The Fight of My Life 

BT Sport Films presents the extraordinary story of how a young David Rocastle's meteoric rise to stardom with Arsenal inspired boyhood friend Ian Wright to also achieve legendary status with the Gunners.


Aired originally on BT Sport 1 April 2017

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BT Sport​ Films: No Hunger In Paradise

Documentary going behind the scenes of the boxing fight between Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko at Wembley Stadium on April 29 this year, where 90,000 fans witnessed Joshua defeating his opponent.

Featuring exclusive access to Joshua's camp in the week leading up to the event and on the night itself, and Joshua himself reliving all the key action from the fight, describing what happened in the ring in intimate detail.

NBC ‘Behind the Badge’ West Bromwich Albion FC

Following the success of NBC’s ‘South London and Proud’ documentary, the broadcaster has been back at the club to film what is the first of the channel’s new ‘Behind the Badge’ series which takes US soccer fans behind the scenes of a Premier League club.


Filmed over eighteen days and covering four matches, viewers will be treated to four thirty-minute episodes charting the Eagles’ work on and off the pitch, starting with Palace’s away trip to Southampton in the third round of the FA Cup.

Chris Eubank: Sports Life Stories

Boxer Chris Eubank talks to Gabriel Clarke about his life in sport - from growing up on the streets of Peckham to defending his world title eighteen times, taking in iconic and in one case tragic fights against Michael Watson and Nigel Benn.


With contributions from friends and family including promoter Barry Hearn, son Chris Eubank Jr and boxing correspondent Colin Hart, this programme provides a close insight into what drove Chris to be a world champion boxer, an outspoken character who was at one time said to be the most hated man in his sport.