The 2018 Six Nations rugby kicks-off this weekend as England look to win a third successive championship.
Live television coverage will be shown live on the BBC and ITV.
Leading ITV’s team will be presenters Mark Pougatch and Jill Douglas, joined by Jonny Wilkinson and Lawrence Dallaglio, members of England’s victorious Rugby World Cup 2003 team, along with their coach Sir Clive Woodward, former Ireland captain Brian O’Driscoll, former Wales captain Gareth Thomas, former Scotland and Lions coach Sir Ian McGeechan, England Women World Cup winner Maggie Alphonsi, former England international Ugo Monye, former Italian captain Marco Bortolami and former Scotland international Jim Hamilton.
Martin Bayfield will combine presenting duties with his role as reporter. Joining them with a wealth of experience in the commentary box will be Nick Mullins, Martin Gillingham and Simon Ward, plus co-commentators Shane Williams, Gordon D’Arcy, Ben Kay, Scott Hastings and David Flatman. Bringing viewers all the latest developments from in and around the stadia will be reporter Gabriel Clarke.
John Inverdale and Gabby Logan will front the BBC’s coverage with commentary coming from Andrew Cotter, Chris Paterson, Martyn Williams, Paul O’Connell, Eddie Butler and Brian Moore.
Jeremy Guscott and Jonathan Davies will also be on hand throughout the competition. Pitchside reports come from Lee McKenzie.
Saturday 3rd February
Wales v Scotland – 2.15pm – BBC One
France Ireland – 4.45pm – BBC One
Sunday 4th February
Italy v England – 3.00pm – ITV
Saturday 10th February
Ireland v Italy – 2.15pm – ITV
England v Wales – 4.45pm – ITV
Sunday 11th February
Scotland v France – 3.00pm – BBC One
Friday 23rd February
France v Italy – 8.00pm – BBC One
Saturday 24th February
Ireland v Wales – 2.15pm – ITV
Scotland v England – 4.45pm – BBC One
Saturday 10th March
Ireland v Scotland – 2.15pm – ITV
France v England – 4.45pm – BBC One
Sunday 11th March
Wales v Italy – 3.00pm – BBC One
Saturday 17th March
Italy v Scotland – 12.30pm – ITV
England v Ireland – 2.45pm – ITV
Wales v France – 5.00pm – BBC One