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TV Listings for SKY SPORTS 2 on Wednesday (18.01.2017)


06 00-07 00Cricket Classic: ENG v AUS 2005
England took on Australia at Lord's in the final of the 2005 NatWest series. The Ashes loomed large and Michael Vaughan was eager to show the Aussies that England were ready.

07 00-08 00Time Of Our Lives: 1972 Olympics
Gary Newbon sits down with Mary Peters, Mark Phillips and Rodney Pattisson who all won gold medals at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich.

08 00-09 00Sky Sports Years-2000
An insight into how Sky Sports has evolved, with a look at more than two decades of coverage and innovation. Today, the focus is on 2000.

09 00-09 30Steve Waugh: Cricket's Greatest
Series profiling some of the greatest cricketers of all time. This episode features a look at former Australia captain Steve Waugh. Also in HD

09 30-10 00Dennis Lillee: Cricket's Greatest
Series profiling some of the greatest cricketers of all time. Here the focus is on former Australia fast bowler Dennis Lillee. Also in HD

10 00-10 15The Perfect 10
Nadia Comaneci - a look at when the 14-year-old became a global star at the 1976 Olympic Games, and the first gymnast ever to be awarded a perfect 10 in such an event. Also in HD

10 15-10 30A Champion's Comeback
In the late 1970s, jockey Bob Champion was diagnosed with cancer, while his horse Aldaniti suffered a career-threatening injury. Incredibly, they would go on to win the 1981 Grand National. Also in HD

10 30-10 45Lightning Bolt
The man who makes the impossible look routine, sprinter Usain Bolt has numerous Olympic golds and a host of records to his name. Here, a look at his greatest achievements to date. Also in HD

10 45-11 00A Nation Unites
A look at the 1995 Rugby World Cup, which saw post-apartheid South Africa unite to stage - and win - a memorable and moving tournament in front of the watching world. Also in HD

11 00-12 00Sporting Heroes: Mary Rand
Gary Newbon interviews former British athlete Mary Rand about her life and career. Rand was the first-ever British woman to win an Olympic gold medal in a track-and-field event. Also in HD

12 00-13 00Cricket Classic: ENG v AUS 2005
England took on Australia at Lord's in the final of the 2005 NatWest series. The Ashes loomed large and Michael Vaughan was eager to show the Aussies that England were ready.

13 00-14 00Time Of Our Lives: LA Olympics 84'
Gary Newbon is joined by Tessa Sanderson, Charlie Spedding and Neil Adams to look back at the Olympics in Los Angeles in 1984.

14 00-15 00Sky Sports Years-2001
An insight into how Sky Sports has evolved, with a look at more than two decades of coverage and innovation. Here the focus is on 2001.

15 00-15 30Allan Border: Cricket's Greatest
Series profiling some of the greatest cricketers of all time. This episode features a look at former Australia captain Allan Border. Also in HD

15 30-16 00Glenn McGrath: Cricket's Greatest
Series profiling some of the greatest cricketers of all time. This episode features a look at Australia bowler Glenn McGrath. Also in HD

16 00-17 00Cricket World Cup Classic
A look back at some classic matches from the ICC Cricket World Cup. Here is Australia against South Africa in the Super Six stage of the 1999 tournament.

17 00-17 30Sporting Greats
One of rugby's greatest players, scrum-half Sir Gareth Edwards was a key part of the Welsh side that dominated Europe in the 1970s, and scored perhaps the finest try in the sport's history. Also in HD

17 30-18 00Sporting Greats
Remember the brilliant career of Daley Thompson. The Briton won two gold medals in the decathlon at the 1980 and 1984 Olympics, and broke the record in the discipline four times. Also in HD

18 00-18 30La Liga World
A focus on all the big stories from Spain's La Liga, including interviews, features and more. Also in HD

18 30-18 45Spanish Gold: El Clasico 07/08
Real Madrid face Barcelona at the Santiago Bernabeu in this classic La Liga clash from the 2007/08 campaign. Madrid had clinched the title three days before with a 2-1 win over Osasuna. Also in HD

18 45-19 00Spanish Gold:R.Madrid v Valencia
A chance to relive Valencia's trip to Real Madrid in January 2003. A Madrid side brimming with world class talent tore through their opponents in a five-goal thriller.

19 00-19 15Going The Distance
The incredible story of Emil Zatopek, who, in 1952, against medical advice, competed at the Olympic Games in Helsinki in the 5000m, the 10000m and the marathon - and won them all. Also in HD

19 15-19 30The Goal Of The Century
In 1986 Argentina and England met for more than a place in the World Cup semi-finals: with the Falklands War still raw in the memory, Maradona scored one of the most memorable goals ever. Also in HD

19 30-19 453 Seconds
At the 1972 Olympics, the USA's youngest-ever squad stepped on to the basketball court to face political enemies the Soviet Union for gold. It was one of the most dramatic games ever. Also in HD

19 45-20 00Miracle of Istanbul
The Miracle of Istanbul - in the 2005 Champions League final, Liverpool went in at half-time trailing 3-0 to AC Milan, but came out after the break to complete a remarkable comeback. Also in HD

20 00-20 10Cricket Gold: Eng v SL 2014
Take a look back to the summer of 2014, and England's attempted rear guard action in their series against Sri Lanka. Also in HD

20 10-20 20Cricket Gold: Record Breaking ODI
A look back at England's record-breaking innings of 444 at Trent Bridge during the third ODI in their summer series against Pakistan in 2016. Also in HD

20 20-20 30Cricket Gold: Record Breaker Hales
Take a look back as Alex Hales broke the record for the most runs scored by an Englishman in an ODI during England's record-breaking innings against Pakistan at Trent Bridge in 2016. Also in HD

20 30-20 45Colin Montgomerie Sporting Triumph
An in-depth look at one of Colin Montgomerie's finest moments. The Scottish golfer guided the 2010 European Ryder Cup team to victory at Celtic Manor. Also in HD

20 45-21 00AP McCoy: Sporting Triumphs
Wind the clock back to 2010 and take a look at record-breaking jockey AP McCoy's victory in the Grand National. This was McCoy's first Grand National win. Also in HD

21 00-21 30Sporting Mavericks: Alberto Tomba
A look at some of sport's greatest mavericks - those stars loved for more than just their talent. Here, the focus is on ski racer Alberto Tomba. Also in HD

21 30-22 00The Last Tour: SA/NZ
More Than A Game - profiling the moments that have transcended sport. Here, New Zealand's controversial 1981 rugby tour to apartheid South Africa, and its knock-on effects back home. Also in HD

22 00-22 30The Silent Salute 1968 Olympics
More Than A Game, profiling the moments that have transcended sport. Here, the Black Power salute at the 200m medal ceremony at the 1968 Olympics by Tommie Smith and John Carlos. Also in HD

22 30-23 00An Olympic Nightmare
More Than A Game - profiling the moments that have transcended sport. Here, the shocking events of the 1972 Olympics in West Germany, where 11 Israeli Olympic athletes were murdered. Also in HD

23 00-01 00Cricket - Ashes Best Days
Relive day three of the fifth test in the 2001 Ashes series at The Oval. Mark Ramprakash hit a century on his home ground, while Shane Warne took his 400th test wicket.

01 00-02 00Cricket Classic: ENG v AUS 2005
England took on Australia at Lord's in the final of the 2005 NatWest series. The Ashes loomed large and Michael Vaughan was eager to show the Aussies that England were ready.

02 00-02 30Sporting Greats
Remember the career of Jesse Owens, the pioneering track and field athlete who overcame racial discrimination to claim four gold medals at the 1936 Olympics in Berlin. Also in HD

02 30-03 00Sporting Greats
A look at the career of legendary American road cyclist Greg LeMond, who was a two-time winner of the World Cycling Championship, and three-time winner of the Tour de France. Also in HD

03 00-04 00Cricket World Cup Classic
A look back at some classic matches from the ICC Cricket World Cup. Here is Bangladesh against Pakistan in the group stage of the 1999 tournament. Also in HD

04 00-04 30Sporting Rivalries: ARG v BRA
Series profiling some of the greatest sporting rivalries of all time. Here the focus is on the Brazilian and Argentinian national football teams. Also in HD

04 30-05 00Sporting Rivalries: The Ashes
Series profiling some of the most significant and spectacular rivalries in sporting history. Here the focus is on the fiercely-contested Ashes series between England and Australia. Also in HD

05 00-05 15Gary Neville: Sporting Triumphs
A look at one of Gary Neville's sporting triumphs. The former Manchester United and England defender was an integral part of the Red Devils' treble winning season in 1999. Also in HD

05 15-05 30Brian Noble: Sporting Triumphs
A look at one of rugby league coach Brian Noble's greatest sporting triumphs as Great Britain defeated Australia in the Tri Nations. Also in HD

05 30-05 45Seb Coe: Sporting Triumphs
An in-depth look at one of Seb Coe's finest moments. The British runner claimed the 800m title in thrilling fashion. Also in HD

05 45-06 00Ieuan Evans: Sporting Triumphs
A look at one of Ieuan Evans' greatest sporting moments. The Welshman recounts the British and Irish Lions tour in 1989. Also in HD

06 00-07 00Sky Sports Classics
Another chance to see the one-day international between England and Australia at the County Ground in Bristol - the third game in the 2005 NatWest Series.