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Author:  Guia [ Tue Jun 17, 2014 1:59 am ]
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Turns out Jenson Button was due to appear on The Graham Norton Show last Friday (late night UK chat show on the BBC). But he cancelled due to health reasons...

It seems that he was out cycling when he got stung by a bee.

No, really.

Author:  amirb [ Fri Jun 27, 2014 9:24 am ]
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Live coverage of the Goodwood festival of speed http://www.autosport.com/goodwood-festival-of-speed-live/

Author:  essexsj [ Thu Oct 23, 2014 7:18 am ]
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Tickets available for Formula 1 TV show recording audience - Tue 28 Oct 2014:
http://www.applausestore.com/book-sky-s ... SHOW+EMAIL

Author:  hairy_scotsman [ Mon Oct 27, 2014 4:51 pm ]
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For our U.S. F1 fans...

Following is a link to NBC Sports Group’s comprehensive motorsports coverage surrounding the F1 U.S. Grand Prix this weekend ... and a list I made, with a couple things added in and times converted to CST.

http://nbcsportsgrouppressbox.com/2014/10/27/nbc-sports-group-to-present-comprehensive-coverage-of-formula-one-united-states-grand-prix-on-nbc-nbcsn-this-weekend/


************Times are Eastern. (I've converted all times to CST in parenthesis):************



Date Coverage Network

Wed., October 29

Lewis Hamilton on the TODAY Show NBC 8am-noon (7am- 11am)



Thurs., October 30

Off The Grid (Encore) NBCSN 7 p.m. (6pm)
“1” – F1 Documentary NBCSN 7:30 p.m. (6:30pm)
Road To Mercedes (Premiere) NBCSN 10 p.m. (9pm)
Road to Ferrari (Encore) NBCSN 11 p.m. (10pm)
/DRIVE on NBCSN (Encore) NBCSN midnight (11pm)
/DRIVE on NBCSN (Encore) NBCSN 12:30 a.m. (1130pm)
Road To Mercedes (Encore) NBCSN 1 a.m. (midnight)
Off the Grid: Budapest (Encore) NBCSN 2 a.m. (1am)
Off the Grid: Singapore (Encore) NBCSN 2:30 am (1:30am)



Fri., October 31


Off The Grid (Encore) NBCSN noon
F1 United States Grand Prix – Practice 1 NBCSN 12:30 p.m.[ (11:30pm)/B]
Road To Mercedes (Encore) NBCSN 2 p.m. (1pm)
[B]F1 United States Grand Prix – Practice 2 NBCSN 3 p.m. (2pm)

F1 Countdown NBCSN 4:30 p.m. (3:30pm)
F1 United States Grand Prix – Practice 2 (Encore) NBCSN 11:30 p.m. (10:30pm)



Sat., November 1

F1 United States Grand Prix – Practice 3 & Qualifying NBC Noon (11am)
F1 United States Grand Prix – Qualifying (Encore) NBCSN 12:30 a.m. (11:30pm)



Sun., November 2

(In Austin) KXAN Extended Coverage: 1:30 p.m (1230pm)
F1 Countdown NBCSN 2 p.m. (1pm)
F1 Countdown NBC 2:30 p.m. (130pm)
F1 United States Grand Prix NBC 3 p.m. (2pm)
F1 Extra NBC 5 p.m. (4pm)

Author:  Sutton [ Tue Nov 04, 2014 12:57 pm ]
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Might be just me, but ive noticed this season sky have had hardly any F1 programming on this year (thats not the race itself) hardly any 'F1 Legends' or other such documentaries.

Author:  GoOnJenson [ Sun Nov 23, 2014 10:15 am ]
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Sutton wrote:
Might be just me, but ive noticed this season sky have had hardly any F1 programming on this year (thats not the race itself) hardly any 'F1 Legends' or other such documentaries.


Tales from the Vault was one series. Also, there have been a few more F1 Legends, Ayrton Senna Week and of course the Live F1 Show, off the top of my head. Oh, and lots of classic races.

Author:  Beschy [ Thu Jan 22, 2015 8:28 am ]
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http://www.sky.com/tv/show/the-fanatics

This show starts next week and one of the first contestants is a ""Formula 1" fiend.

I also hear on the grapevine that this contestant is a recently banned member of the PF1 forum...

Author:  colinp [ Sat Jan 31, 2015 3:34 pm ]
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Sunday 9:15 skysports f1 paddock uncut followed by ted

Author:  davidheath461 [ Sat Feb 07, 2015 12:02 pm ]
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I'm really starting to question whether i should keep my SkyF1 subscription. There hasn't been any new material in months. There's only so many times you can watch "Legends of F1 - Nigel Mansell".

Author:  Sutton [ Wed Feb 18, 2015 1:50 pm ]
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davidheath461 wrote:
I'm really starting to question whether i should keep my SkyF1 subscription. There hasn't been any new material in months. There's only so many times you can watch "Legends of F1 - Nigel Mansell".



There was hardly any new material the whole of last year. And as you say constant repeats for months now. A complete waste of time that channel. Shame. It started off so well. There is nowhere near enough content to justify a full time channel. It also only broadcasts 6 hours a day as well.

Author:  McPrancingBull [ Wed Feb 25, 2015 10:04 pm ]
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A Question of Sport F1 Special
Tonight
BBC 1
10:45

Author:  Black_Flag_11 [ Thu Feb 26, 2015 5:16 pm ]
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McPrancingBull wrote:
A Question of Sport F1 Special
Tonight
BBC 1
10:45

Just watched it.

Best part was when Coulthard & Magnussen said they didn't know if Williams/McLaren had won more WCCs

Horner: so let's get this straight, we've got two ex McLaren drivers here...
DC: Magnussen still is a McLaren driver
Horner: .... Of sorts.

Cold :lol:

Author:  Mayhem [ Fri Mar 06, 2015 4:02 am ]
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TONIGHT!!!!!

Mercedes F1 : Race to repeat
On NBCSN 3/5 @11:30 pm est

2nd showing
On NBCSN 3/14 @ 11pm est

Author:  minchy [ Sun Apr 05, 2015 11:37 am ]
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Don't know if anyone else saw Hamilton in the Claire Baulding show in BBC?

It was an ok interview including making fun of Nico and his feminine hygiene products and is on iplayer currently for any UK people.

Author:  purchville [ Mon Jun 29, 2015 11:11 am ]
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Just screened in Australia.

Not sure whether it's available in other parts of the world:

http://www.abc.net.au/austory/

Webber's long awaited autobiography is to be released next month. He has warned Vettel that "there might be some carnage".

Author:  Prema [ Mon Jun 29, 2015 5:52 pm ]
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purchville wrote:
Just screened in Australia.

Not sure whether it's available in other parts of the world:

http://www.abc.net.au/austory/

Webber's long awaited autobiography is to be released next month. He has warned Vettel that "there might be some carnage".


He's already giving a bit of a pre-taste of it:

about favoritism in RB:
“They were very keen to keep (Vettel) probably a little bit happier because again, I was an old dog, I was the guy who was supposed to be a little bit washed up.”

about "multi 21":
“We got off the podium and he just came over and said ‘we need to talk, I’ve just f***** up, f***** up so bad’.

and in general:
"At the time, we could hardly stand the sight of each other."

http://www.planetf1.com/driver/3213/585 ... red-Vettel


Well, Mark got his "carnage" in the Red Bull, so now he can be in charge of it in his book... :nod:

Author:  mcdo [ Fri Aug 21, 2015 1:56 pm ]
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After Spa FP2 today on BBC2 and I'm currently watching a show with Murray Walker and Suzi Perry about Michael Schumacher. They've chosen to show highlights of 3 races from his career - the 1994 British GP (won by Damon Hill, Schumacher disqualified); Australia 1994 (yes that one!) and his first win for Ferrari at Spain 1996.

What the hell is that about? BBC still bearing grudges?

Author:  Fiki [ Mon Dec 14, 2015 12:34 pm ]
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I completely forgot about the BBC season review on Saturday... :blush: Is it being shown again sometime soon?

Author:  Invade [ Fri Mar 18, 2016 3:20 pm ]
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Hi. I see this is a thread for TV features but hopefully it's fine to also post radio features here.

Chequered Flag Formula 1
'Vettel will win the world titl
e'
source:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p03n25dq#play

It's just a general discussion about the main contenders for the WDC in 2016.

It's possible that only UK residents will be able to listen to this - sorry. Maybe there are ways around it such as via proxy.

**

Formula 1 2016, Australia drivers press conference

second hand source:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gemOlV3R2tw

Official product of Formula 1, shown on movistar F1 directo (sorry for being thorough, I remember reading rules months ago and am worried about breaking them, as this could be a very useful and resourceful thread.)

Formula 1 2016, Australia team principals press conference

second hand source:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQBu9kXTUUw

Official product of Formula 1. The broadcaster and F1 logo has been smudged out. Maybe these videos will be taken down from youtube and it was not proper to upload them in the first place. I hope it's reasonable for me to post these here for now.

Author:  aice [ Thu May 05, 2016 8:48 pm ]
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Tonight, BBC4 10 pm (that's approx 15 mins from now!) "Jim Clark : The Quiet Champion". :)

Author:  dobyblue [ Mon Sep 19, 2016 2:12 pm ]
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Not TV but didn't see a subforum for "upcoming DVD/BD releases" and this release looks pretty cool:

Image

Formula One: The Way It Was

From Duke Video:

Quote:
F1 'How it Was' takes you to the centre of iconic moments, with insight from the men who made them happen. What was their motivation? How did they make the difference? How did they cope with the pressure? Where did they make the difference? Candid interview exclusively reveal the untold stories, as the drivers take you inside the heart stopping minutes which defined their careers.

Relive a truly remarkable selection of races. Witness Niki Lauda's struggle to clinch the tightest championship in history, hear how a 'lucky' puncture helped Alain Prost deny the Williams pair in Adelaide in '86 and find out how mind games threatened to derail Nigel Mansell's famous win on home soil in 1987.

Return to Phoenix in 1990 and the thrill of Jean Alessi's improbable battle with Ayrton Senna before experiencing the raw emotion of Gerhard Berger breaking a long Ferrari winless streak in 1994.

'How it Was' mixes unforgettable Championship deciders with personal moments of redemption, including: Jacque Villeneuve's emotionally fraught duel with Michael Schumacher at Jerez in 1997, which ended in such controversy. Johnny Herbert's remarkable, attritional battle to triumph at the Nurburgring in 1999 and David Coulthard defeating all time great, Michael Schumacher, to clinch a famous win back in 2000.

There's also a spotlight on modern greats, including a tempestuous Fernando Alonso aggressively wheel banging against Massa at the European Grand Prix in 2007 and Jenson Button's phenomenal journey from last to first in Formula One's longest ever race.

In superb detail with never before seen footage, indulge in ten unforgettable races you will want to revisit again and again.

Races and Drivers featured:

· 1984 Portuguese Grand Prix – Niki Lauda

· 1986 Australian Grand Prix – Alain Prost

· 1987 British Grand Prix – Nigel Mansell

· 1990 USA Grand Prix – Jean Alesi

· 1994 German Grand Prix – Gerhard Berger

· 1997 European Grand Prix – Jacques Villeneuve

· 1999 European Grand Prix – Johnny Herbert

· 2000 French Grand Prix – David Coulthard

· 2007 Grand Prix of Europe – Fernando Alonso

· 2011 Canadian Grand Prix – Jenson Button


Day one pre-order for me, looks awesome.

Author:  mcdo [ Tue Nov 29, 2016 6:57 pm ]
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A new documentary on Tommy Byrne? Yes please!


Author:  Herb [ Tue Feb 21, 2017 1:29 pm ]
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A film rather than a show...but Wow..


Author:  jiminwatford [ Sat Sep 16, 2017 10:52 am ]
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Speed with Guy Martin: F1 Challenge

Guy Martin joins the Williams F1 pit crew at the Belgian Grand Prix as a key member of the precision wheel-change team, in a programme that provides a privileged insight into Formula 1

Channel 4 Sun 17 Sep, 8pm

http://www.channel4.com/programmes/spee ... -challenge

Author:  Inconel 718 [ Wed Mar 21, 2018 11:21 pm ]
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Currently showing in the U.S. on Starz is a documentry from 2017 simply called "Mclaren" that covers Bruce's career up to his death. Very well done I thought.

Author:  Jezza13 [ Sun Aug 12, 2018 11:22 am ]
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Very interesting You Tube show on the life & times of Ron Dennis.

It chronicles his early years as a mechanic with Jack Brabham through to his years at McLaren up to his post F1 activities.

Bit of a stretch at just under 2 hrs but well worth the effort.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dh2iQSU9DJE

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