RBS Six Nations 2014: Live TV Coverage on BBC One HD

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Six Nations Rugby on the BBC

The BBC will broadcast live coverage of the 2014 RBS Six Nations across television, radio and online from Saturday 1 February – Saturday 15 March 2014.

Every game of the tournament will be shown live on BBC One and BBC One HD, and full coverage of every match will be made available through the BBC iPlayer for up to a week after the live broadcast.

The 2014 competition kicks off with two home nations – England and Wales – in action on the opening day of play. Wales take on Italy from 2.30pm, followed by France v England at 5pm. Ireland’s contest with Scotland on Sunday completes the opening weekend of fixtures.

John Inverdale presents the BBC’s TV coverage, along with Gabby Logan, Jason Mohammed and Ross Harries. Commentary comes from Eddie Butler and Andrew Cotter. Jill Douglas and Sonja McLaughlan lead the pitch-side reporting.

New for 2014, British and Irish Lions and Scotland legend Sir Ian McGeechan joins the BBC television team, bringing his wealth of expertise gained as both a player and a coach.

He joins an inimitable team of experts bringing their professional analysis and views across television, including another of rugby union’s knights – Sir Clive Woodward, plus Jonathan Davies, Jeremy Guscott, Andy Nicol, Brian Moore, Keith Wood, Martyn Williams, Chris Paterson, Shane Williams, Phillip Matthews and Thomas Castaignede.

Six Nations 2014: BBC TV Schedule with kick-off times

Saturday 1 February

Wales v Italy – 2.30pm
France v England – 5pm

Sunday 2 February

Ireland v Scotland – 3pm

Saturday 8 February

Ireland v Wales – 2.30pm
Scotland v England – 5pm

Sunday 9 February

France v Italy – 3pm

Friday 21 February

Wales v France – 8pm

Saturday 22 February

Italy v Scotland – 1.30pm
England v Ireland – 4pm

Saturday 8 March

Ireland v Italy – 2.30pm
Scotland v France – 5pm

Sunday 9 March

England v Wales – 3pm

Saturday 15 March

Italy v England – 12.30pm
Wales v Scotland – 2.45pm
France v Ireland – 5pm