It may be Valentine’s week, but the Nottingham Panthers have not given fans much to love about them in the last month. In the last...
At the age of 55, award-winning martial arts enthusiast Lloyd Byfield spent six months training with the Shaolin Monks in China. Fresh from his travels, we sat down with Lloyd while he explained what he has in store for his new martial arts school for children in Notts...
When Pete Radford arrived backstage for the closing night of Romeo and Juliet, the first thing the director noticed was the state her actor was in. His lip was split in two from front to back; he had a shiner under his right eye, a graze under his left eye, his cheeks were still swollen and he bore the unmistakable pallor of a man who’s been in a scrap...
As the British Darts Organisation World Darts Championship takes place at the Lakeside Country Club in Surrey, we look back to the first ever World Championship, which was held right here in Nottingham. Get yer arrers ready
What happens when a youngster gets released from a football club? There was a time when all those years of hard work could have gone to waste but now thanks to Vertex Soccer, founded by former Notts County youth player Sam Craven, these players can now get a second chance.
The Panthers didn't have a particularly happy Christmas, was it too many mince pies? Our Sally gives us the low down
The Panthers have been hot on the ice and November brought another massive European game to the National Ice Centre. Our Sally was on hand to tell us all about the team's roaring success
Notts County's amazing run continues this month and our Colin takes us through all of the strange coincidences floating around Meadow Lane
Peter Wynne-Thomas is the president of Nottinghamshire Cricket Club and also the curator of the library at Trent Bridge. He joins us at Bromley House Library to talk about cricket, Trent Bridge and how he became a cricket librarian.
After the recent Lord of Milan premiere at Broadway cinema, we sat down with one of the film's talking heads, Luther Blissett, to talk about playing for Milan, career highlights and cold nights at Meadow Lane.
With the season over, it's time to have a look back at how Nottinghamshire fared this summer.
As the Panthers continue to break records in Europe, our Sally gives us the low-down on the goings on at the NIC
The 'pies flew to the top of League Two as Jorge Grant continued his excellent form. Here's what our Colin made of it all
We can all be guilty of overindulging and being less active than we should be. After all, a post-work pub trip on a sunny Friday afternoon sounds infinitely better than hammering away on a treadmill with the lycra-clad gang, or traipsing down a canal towpath while a robotic voice on an app barks sarcastic-sounding encouragement at you, doesn’t it? Well, not for our Rory Coleman...
A former professional basketballer, Nottingham’s John Dabrowski knows all about living the dream. Overcoming everything that life has thrown at him, John is now embarking on another successful career as a mental resilience coach...
September was a big month for Notts as they went into finals day for the T20 and went for promotion in the County Championship. We have a look back at how they got on.
After a good start, things haven't gone quite so smoothly for Forest over the last few weeks. Here's what our Rich made of it all
To celebrate the release of Borg vs. McEnroe, we take a look at ten of the greatest sporting rivalries in film
The West Indies arrive in Nottingham for some unseasonable September cricket. It will be the sixth time that they have faced England in a one day international at Trent Bridge so we take a look back at the previous engagements to see what we can glean from the past.
The Panthers have made a bleddy brilliant start to the season. Our Sally takes us through all of the on-ice excitement
Our Colin takes us through all of the latest action down at Meadow Lane
On the eve of the new rugby season, we have a look at the Green & Whites and why you should get yourself down to the Lady Bay Sports Ground this season.
August was another good month for the leather and willow brigade, we take a look back
It’s that time of year again, when thousands of athletics-mad (and generally just a little mad) runners converge on Nottingham for one of the biggest runs of the UK race calendar – the Ikano Bank Robin Hood Marathon and Half Marathon. Get your headbands and energy gels at the ready, because there’s still time to sign up for the 36th edition on Sunday 24 September.