2014 Commonwealth Games Live on BBC TV
Watch 2014 Commonwealth Games from Glasgow on BBC Sport Website.
The Commonwealth Games, which get under way from 23rd July, are available across TV, radio, online, iPlayer, mobile and new media outlets across the UK.
A host of popular presenters - including Hazel Irvine, Gary Lineker, Clare Balding, Gabby Logan, Ken Bruce, Susanna Reid, Bill Turnbull, Mishal Husain, Fred MacAulay and Dougie Vipond - will front the BBC’s Commonwealth Games coverage for Glasgow 2014.
The opening and closing ceremonies will be broadcast live from Celtic Park and Hampden and will be presented by Gary Lineker, Clare Balding and Hazel Irvine. Hazel will join Huw Edwards in the commentary box for both ceremonies.
In addition to bringing all the action from the Games, the BBC also aims to boost the accompanying cultural festivities by using some of its leading presenters for both on- and off-air programmes - including 16 days of major events from a pop-up BBC@The Quay venue alongside the existing BBC Scotland riverside HQ.
A raft of key BBC shows including The One Show, BBC Breakfast, The Ken Bruce Show, A Question Of Sport and Who Do You Think You Are? will come from Pacific Quay during Games time – and more will follow as part of a daily schedule of live programmes and off-air events aimed at making the venue one of the main Glasgow festival hubs during the tournament.
Our UK Proxy and UK VPN servers have been tested to confirm technical compatibility with the BBC Sport website. BBC One and BBC Two will show live coverage while there will be many more hours available via interactive television and online with BBC iPlayer.
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