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Six Nations: how and where to watch


The BBC and ITV have confirmed their coverage split for the 2019 Rugby Union Six Nations event.

Gabby Logan and John Inverdale will lead the BBC’s TV coverage and they will be joined by some of the biggest names in rugby union to offer their expert analysis and insight, including, Sam Warburton, Martin Johnson, Paul O’Connell, Jamie Heaslip, John Barclay, Jeremy Guscott, Jonathan Davies, Martyn Williams, Chris Paterson, Thomas Castaignede, Jake Polledri, Andy Nicol and Brian Moore.

TV commentary will be provided by Eddie Butler, Andrew Cotter and Sara Orchard. Sonja McLaughlan and Lee McKenzie will be pitch side at every TV game delivering viewers all of the updates as they happen on and off the field. Live coverage will air on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.

A highlights show will be available on BBC Two every Sunday afternoon during the competition where John Inverdale will be joined by guests to look at how all six nations performed that weekend as well as covering all the major talking points and incidents.

S4C will have live television coverage of every Wales game on Clwb Rygbi Rhyngwladol.

Leading ITV’s team will be presenters Mark Pougatch and Jill Douglas, joined by Jonny Wilkinson and Lawrence Dallaglio 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 in the commentary box will be Nick Mullins, Miles Harrison and Martin Gillingham, plus co-commentators Shane Williams, Gordon D’Arcy, Ben Kay, Scott Hastings and David Flatman. Gabriel Clarke will bring viewers all the latest developments from in and around the stadia.

The 2019 Six Nations Championship TV coverage will be shared between BBC, S4C and ITV as follows:
Date
Time
Fixture
Location
TV
1 Feb
19:25
France v Wales
Stade de France
BBC
S4C
2 Feb
13:45

16:45
Scotland v Italy

Ireland v England
Murrayfield

Aviva Stadium
BBC

ITV
9 Feb
13:45


16:45
Scotland v Ireland


Italy v Wales
Murrayfield


Stadio Olimpico
BBC


ITV
S4C
10 Feb
15:00
England v France
Twickenham
ITV
23 Feb
13:45


16:15
France v Scotland


Wales v England
Stade de France

Principality Stadium
BBC


BBC
S4C
24 Feb
15:00
Italy v Ireland
Stadio Olimpico
ITV
9 Mar
13:45


16:45
Scotland v Wales


England v Italy
Murrayfield


Twickenham
BBC
S4C

ITV
10 Mar
15:00
Ireland v France
Aviva Stadium
ITV
16 Mar
12:30


14:45


17:00
Italy v France


Wales v Ireland



England v Scotland
Stadio Olimpico

Principality Stadium


Twickenham
ITV


BBC
S4C

ITV

Image: ITV