Sport on the BBC: The best of this week's action

England celebrate winning the 1966 World Cup
50 years of hurt - in the week after England appoint a new manager in Sam Allardyce, 30 July marks half a century since Sir Alf Ramsey guided England to a World Cup win

Find out the details of the major sports coverage on offer across the BBC's television, radio and online platforms this week.

Highlights include the conclusion of England against Pakistan in the second Test, the German Grand Prix, and a special series of programmes looking back at England's historic World Cup win in 1966.

All times BST. Fixtures and event start times are subject to change. The BBC is not responsible for any changes that may be made. For more details of forthcoming coverage, visit the specific sport's page on the website. Coverage on BBC Red Button can be subject to late schedule changes, so details may differ from this page.

Tuesday, 26 July

Sir Garfield Sobers

BBC Radio 5 live has a special programme documenting the life and career of West Indies cricket legend Sir Garfield Sobers as he celebrates his 80th birthday.

12:00-12:45, Rugby league - Super League Show, BBC Two (20:00-21:30, BBC Red Button)

13:55-22:00, Cricket - Essex v Glamorgan, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

20:00-21:00, Cricket - Sobers at 80, BBC Radio 5 live

21:00-22:00, Football - 66: We Were There (repeat), BBC Radio 5 live

Sir Tom Courtenay presents a documentary from the fans' perspective as they take a look back at England's World Cup final win on 30 July 1966.

22:00-22:30, Rugby league - Challenge Cup semi-finals preview, BBC Radio 5 live

Wednesday, 27 July

Carl Frampton

Mike Costello and Steve Bunce present the latest boxing news and interviews on BBC Radio 5 live ahead of Carl Frampton's WBA featherweight fight with Leo Santa Cruz in New York.

13:55-22:00, Cricket - Surrey v Gloucestershire, One-Day Cup, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

19:30-21:30, Football - '66 That Was Then, This Is Now, BBC Radio 5 live

21:30-22;30, 5 live Boxing - Carl Frampton v Leo Santa Cruz preview, BBC Radio 5 live

Thursday, 28 July

Charley Hull

The Women's Open begins at Woburn with extensive coverage across the BBC, while BBC Radio 5 live also looks ahead to the weekend's German Grand Prix.

13:00-17:15, Golf - Women's Open, day one, BBC Two, Connected TV and online

18:00-21:15, Cricket - Middlesex v Essex, T20, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

20:00-21:00, Formula 1 - German Grand Prix preview, BBC Radio 5 live

22:00-22:00, Golf - Coverage and updates from the first round of the US PGA Championship, BBC Radio 5 live

23:30-00:00, Athletics - Faster, Higher, Stronger: Katarina's Olympic Dream (repeat), BBC One (00:00-00:30 on BBC One NI)

A documentary following heptathlete Katarina Johnson-Thompson as she overcomes career-changing surgery to qualify for the Olympics.

22:00-01:00, Golf - US PGA Championship, day one, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

Friday, 29 July

Hockenheimring, Germany

Live coverage of the Women's Open continues on BBC Two, while the German Grand Prix gets under way on BBC Radio 5 live.

08:55-10:35, Formula 1 - German Grand Prix, first practice, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

10:55-12:55 & 14:35-18:30, Cricket - Pakistan v Worcestershire, tour match, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

12:55-14:35, Formula 1 - German Grand Prix, second practice, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

13:00-17:15, Golf - Women's Open day two, BBC Two, Connected TV and online

19:30-22:00, Rugby league - Wigan v Hull, Challenge Cup semi-final, BBC Two (20:00-22:00, BBC Radio 5 live)

22:00-22:30, Gymnastics - Clare Balding Meets… Louis Smith, BBC Two

22:00-01:00, Golf - US PGA Championship, day two, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

Saturday, 30 July

Bobby Moore lifts the 1966 World Cup

"They think it's all over, it is now" - Saturday marks 50 years since England lifted the World Cup and BBC Radio 5 live has several special programmes looking back at the occasion.

06:40-07:10, Football - The Women's Football Show, BBC Two (repeat)

09:00-11:00, The Danny Baker Show, BBC Radio 5 live

09:55-11:05, Formula 1- German Grand Prix third practice, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

11:00-12:00, Fighting Talk, BBC Radio 5 live

12:55-14:05, Formula 1 - German Grand Prix qualifying, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

13:00-14:50, Football - English football, BBC Radio 5 live

Discussion on English football and why England have failed to win anything since 1966

13:30-14:00, Olympic Journey - Tom Daley, BBC One

14:00-16:35, Rugby league - Warrington Wolves v Wakefield Wildcats, Challenge Cup semi-final, BBC One, Connected TV and online (16:35-17:00, Challenge Cup Forum, Connected TV and online)

14:00-18:00, Golf - Women's Open day three, BBC Two, Connected TV and online

14:15-17:30, Cricket - Yorkshire Diamonds v Loughborough Lightning, Women's Super League, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

14:50-17:30, Football - World Cup '66 Minute by Minute, BBC Radio 5 live

17:30-19:00, Football - 1966-06, BBC Radio 5 live

18:00-19:00, Cycling - Ride London, Women's Grand Prix, BBC Two

18:00-21:00, Football - Doncaster Rovers Belles v Birmingham City, Women's Super League, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

19:00-21:00, Football - '66 That Was Then, This Is Now, BBC Radio 5 live

Mike Ingham re-tells the story of '66, looking at how football has changed over 50 years

21:00-01:00, Golf - US PGA Championship, day three, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

Sunday, 31 July

The USPGA Championship trophy

The final golfing major of the year, the US PGA Championship, reaches its conclusion, Formula 1 heads for its summer break after the German Grand Prix and there's live cricket from the One Day Cup and women's T20.

05:00-06:00, Wake Up to Money, sport edition, BBC Radio 5 live (repeated 10:00-11:00)

09:00-10:00, Sportsweek, BBC Radio 5 live

10:00-11:00, Cycling - Ride London, BBC Two (10:00-18:30, Connected TV and online; 15:30-18:30, BBC One)

10:55-13:45, Cricket - One-Day Cup, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

13:00-15:00, Formula 1 - German Grand Prix, race, BBC Radio 5 live (build-up from 12:00)

13:30-14:00, Olympics - Clare Balding Meets: Women's Olympic hockey team, BBC Two

13:45-17:30, Cricket - Southern Vipers v Surrey Stars, Women's Super League, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

14:00-18:00, Golf - Women's Open day four, BBC Two

15:00-16:00, Cricket - Sobers at 80, BBC Radio 5 live (repeat)

16:00-17:00, Olympics - Budd and Decker, BBC Radio 5 live

Sonja McLaughlan speaks to Zola Budd and Mary Decker about their 1984 clash in LA.

17:00-18:00, Golf - US PGA Championship, day four preview, BBC Radio 5 live

18:00-19:00, 5 live Sport: Dementia and the Power of Sport, BBC Radio 5 live (repeat)

20:30-01:00, Golf - US PGA Championship, day four, BBC Radio 5 live

22:00-23:30, Football - Alfie's Boys, BBC Two (repeat) (23:00-00:30, BBC Two NI; not available BBC Two Scotland)

Monday, 1 August

England v Pakistan

BBC Radio 5 live looks ahead to the third Test between England and Pakistan at Edgbaston, and George Riley has all the latest football news and views with guest Chris Sutton in the Monday Night Club.

04:30-05:00, Formula 1 - German Grand Prix review, BBC Radio 5 live

13:55-22:00, Cricket - One-Day Cup, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

19:00-21:00, Football - The Monday Night Club, BBC Radio 5 live

21:00-22:30, 5 live Cricket - Interviews and discussion before the third Test, BBC Radio 5 live

21:00-21:30, Football - The Women's Football Show, BBC Red Button (23:05-23:35, BBC Two)

Tuesday 2 August

Fulham programme

Mark Clemmit and guests preview the upcoming season in the Championship and Leagues One and Two.

13:25-21:30, Cricket - One-Day Cup, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

19:30-21:00, Football - Football League 2016-17 preview, BBC Radio 5 live

21:00-22:00, Olympics - Budd and Decker, BBC Radio 5 live (repeat)

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