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Victoria Pendleton, Michael Vaughan & Beth Tweddle on tonight’s ‘Clare Balding Show’

Victoria Pendleton, Michael Vaughan & Beth Tweddle on tonight’s ‘Clare Balding Show’

The second ‘Clare Balding Show’ will air this evening on BT Sport.

Clare will be joined by former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan, double-Olympic gold medallist Victoria Pendleton and Britain’s most successful gymnast Beth Tweddle.

Clare will be talking to Michael about England’s latest Ashes success, eight years after he led the side to glory in the 2005 series.

Victoria, who added keirin gold at London 2012 to her sprint triumph at Beijing, will chat about life after cycling.

And, Beth will be revealing her new goals following her recent retirement from a career which saw her become a triple world champion and culminated in an Olympic bronze medal last year.

Clare and her guests will be live on BT Sport 1 from 8pm – 9.30pm this evening!

Updated: Thursday 15 August 2013
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