BT Sport will be televising Power8 Sprints, the brand new rowing head-to-head knockout tournament this summer!
Power8 Sprints is a brand new rowing event that will see crews from eight cities go head-to-head, in a knock-out tournament, with the winners of the men’s and women’s event crowned Power8 Sprints champions.
Tune in on Sunday, 22 July, when sports fans will be able to catch all the action live from Power8 Sprints on BT Sport from 14:30, with the men’s and women’s finals scheduled from 16:40.
Tyson Fury’s comeback will be shown exclusively live on BT Sport
Former heavyweight world champion Tyson Fury will make his long-awaited comeback to the ring this June and BT Sport will be the only place to watch.
The only thing you can be sure of in Fear the Walking Dead is that nobody is ever truly safe.
The show has killed off leading characters in every season, breaking viewers hearts and leaving our collective jaws on the floor.
Whether you’re a hero, a villain, on land or sea, there is no safe haven in Fear the Walking Dead and here is a list of the most shocking deaths in the series so far.
How to watch Hap and Leonard: Mucho Mojo
Joe R. Lansdale’s two most famous characters are back in a second outrageous adventure - Hap and Leonard: Mucho Mojo.
Season 2 premieres on Wednesday, May 30th at 9pm on AMC – the drama channel, exclusive to BT customers.
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Introducing BT Plus
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