Speed of Sound – Wednesday 15 March

On this week’s show we have Dave Gordon, the BBC Head of Major Sporting Events coming on to talk to us about the coverage of disability sports.

Dave has worked on several major sporting events including the Olympic and Commonwealth games and leads the editorial coverage of events like the London Marathon and World Championships.

For more information, visit www.bbc.co.uk/sport

 

Also on the show will be Colin Dolan, Chief Executive of the Mental Health Football Association.  His organisation will be involved in a number of cup tournaments coming up throughout the year as well as an exhibition match involving ex-pro footballers.  Colin will be talking to us about how his organisation promotes the use of playing football as therapy for people affected by mental ill health.

For more information, visit www.mentalhealthfootballassociation.com

Click here to listen live from 9pm on Wednesday.

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