Super League Show
The Super League Show is the BBC's rugby league highlights programme, shown on BBC One in the North of England, repeated nationally on BBC Two (except Wales and Northern Ireland) a few hours later, and also on the BBC website and BBC iPlayer. The programme, produced by PDI Media at BBC Yorkshire's studio in Leeds, is presented by Tanya Arnold with match commentary from Dave Woods & Andy Giddings and analysis from a variety of studio guests from Super League.
The programme is broadcast to the North West, Yorkshire & North Midlands, North East & Cumbria, and East Yorkshire & Lincolnshire regions. From 2008, it was given a repeat showing late night slot on Mondays across the UK on BBC Two. Since 2009, it has been available nationally via the BBC Red Button.
It can also be viewed over the internet or downloaded using the BBC iPlayer in the UK. End of season play-offs are shown across the whole country in a highlights package.
Harry Gration presented the programme from 1999 until the latter part of the 2011 season, while the programme was produced in Leeds. For the 2012 season, the programme was moved from its Sunday timeslot to a fixed Monday night timeslot of 11:35pm, following the regional football programme Late Kick Off.
The Super League Show picked up the Royal Television Society Sports Awards for best Nations and Regions Sports Actuality Programme in May 2007. It followed this up by winning Best Sports Programme at the Royal Television Society North West awards evening in November 2007.
- "Super League Show to get repeat". BBC Sport. 11 February 2008. Retrieved 11 February 2008.
- Royal Television Society Awards honour Wilson, Shameless and roll call of N/W TV talent HowDo, 19 November 2007
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