Paula Radcliffe: The marathon and me

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Marathon world-record holder Paula Radcliffe looks back on her extraordinary career on the eve of her swansong appearance at the 2015 London Marathon.

In a revealing set of interviews with Olympic gold medallist and BBC athletics pundit Denise Lewis, Radcliffe discusses the highs and lows of 20 years at the top of her sport, the future, and the importance of family life in her success.

The three-time London Marathon winner also talks about overcoming her battle with serious injury in order to race the 26.2 miles on the famous streets of the capital for the final time.

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This is a live BBC One stream starting at 13:00 BST.