BBC the official broadcasting channel of the United Kingdom will bring more than 200 hours of live-action, across up to 11 live streams, along with the comprehensive coverage of the upcoming 2022 Commonwealth Games. Also, the live commentary on swimming, athletics, cricket, netball, swimming, and boxing from the host city Birmingham will be broadcasted live on BBC Radio 5 and Radio 5 Sports Extra.
BBC One, BBC Two, and BBC Three will also bring all the live-action, drama, and excitement to the viewers of the United Kingdom. Online viewers can enjoy the CWG 2022 tournament live on the BBCiPlayer, BBC Sports official website, and also on Red Button.
This time the team of the expert analyst will comprise three times Olympics gymnastics winners Max Whitlock and he will be associated with gold medallist Beth Tweddle, Michael Johnson, Denise Lewis, and Jess Ennishill.
The swimming sports program will be analyzed by Rebecca Adlington, Ellie Simmonds, and Mark Foster. Cycling will cover Sir Chris Hoy. All the netball action will be looked upon by England veteran captain Ama Agbeze.
Hazel Irvine, Clare Balding, Gabby Logan, Jason Mohammad, Holly Hamilton, and Ayo Akinwolere will bring the live TV coverage from the Birmingham Centenary Square studio. BBC Sport’s Coverage Soundtrack with the song “It’s a Brum Ting”, is presented by local reggae band Friendly Fire Band.
Radio 5 Live will launch a series called Denise Lewis who is on a mission to inspire people.