The BBC will offer over 200 hours of coverage of the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, which starts on Thursday 28th July, plus additional coverage on 11 iPlayer streams and the Red Button.
Viewers in the UK will also be able to watch all the live coverage through the BBC Sport website.
A studio at Centenary Square in Birmingham will be home to the BBC’s coverage. The 2022 Commonwealth Games run from 28th July until 8th August. It’s the first Commonwealth Games since Glasgow 2014 to be held in the UK.
Daily coverage will begin on BBC One each morning as Jason Mohammad and Holly Hamilton present the live action. Hazel Irvine will then take over presenting duties each afternoon. BBC Two will take over from BBC One during the news.
Covering the live events in the evening will be Clare Balding, with Gabby Logan joining for all the athletics events.
Ayo Akinwolere will present further live coverage from 7pm onwards on BBC Three.
Daily highlights programme Tonight at the Games will be presented by JJ Chalmers and Isa Guha on BBC One each evening.
New for 2022, Max Whitlock will join the BBC TV team to offer his analysis and insight. He will be joined by former World and Commonwealth Gold Medallist Beth Tweddle analysing the gymnastics action with Matt Baker, Craig Heap and Christine Still in the commentary box.
In addition, BBC Breakfast will be live from the games thoughout the event. Morning Live will present a special programme from Birmingham on 28th July, introducing viewers to the presenters and pundits. Thereafter, the show goes off-air to clear BBC One’s schedules.
Live radio coverage will be broadcast on BBC Radio 5 Live, 5 Live Sports Extra and BBC Sounds.
BBC Commonwealth Games coverage on iPlayer and Red Button
Meanwhile, up to 11 live streams will be available to viewers online and through connected TVs and boxes. Pressing red on compatible connected devices will direct users to the relevant iPlayer streams.
In addition, the traditional BBC Red Button service on Sky, Freesat, Virgin Media and Freeview will also provide extra coverage.
Unlike Wimbledon, there’s been no confirmation of any UHD coverage.