Colin Murray looks back at 90 years of sport on the BBC by unearthing classic commentaries and interviews from the BBC archives.
The four-minute mile - in Bannister's own words
A look back at Roger Bannister's historic four-minute mile in 1954.
Boycott - In The Psychiatrist's Chair
Geoffrey Boycott is one of the most famous names in Test cricket. Playing cricket for Yorkshire and England his prolific and sometimes controversial playing career stretched from 1962 to 1986 and established him as one of England's most successful opening batsmen. In 1987 he sat down to speak to Dr Anthony Clare on "In The Psychiatrist's Chair" in 1987.
Brian Clough on Parkinson
In the aftermath of his resignation as manager of Derby County, Brian Clough discusses what led him to quit, the England job, when sport and politics mix and what makes him laugh. Originally broadcast 20 October 1973.
Cristiano Ronaldo 2015
One of the greatest ever players to grace a football pitch speaks to Dan Roan about life on and off the football pitch.
Kevin Pietersen and Freddie Flintoff 2013
Ashes winner, record breaker, MBE winner and as controversial off the pitch and he was on it. In this very personal interview, the man described by the Guardian as “England’s greatest modern batsman”, Kevin Pietersen, speaks to fellow cricket legend Freddie Flintoff in a revealing BBC interview form 2013.
Murray Meets Blowers
Colin Murray chats in depth to the legendary voice of Test Match Special, Henry Blofeld.