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The next time you can catch "Sportsline Birmingham" on Made In Birmingham is…

  • 7:00 pm, Monday 25th September - Sportsline Birmingham (Episode 3).
  • 5:00 pm, Tuesday 26th September - Sportsline Birmingham (Episode 3).
  • 2:00 am, Wednesday 27th September - Sportsline Birmingham (Episode 3).

Tune in, every Monday at 7pm as Hayden Atkins, Sacha Shipway & broadcasting legend, Tom Ross chat about everything sport, in and around Birmingham; from the recent results for our West Midlands football teams, to latest news for Warwickshire CCC.

Don’t forget, the show is all about putting your views across. So make sure you e-mail us at sportsline@madeinbirmingham.tv, or contact us via our social media channels, using the hashtag #SportslineBham.

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Tom Ross, a born and bred Brummie was Head of Sport at local radio station BRMB/Xtra am/Capital Gold/free Radio and the Midlands voice of sport for 36 years. 4 times Radio Academy award winner, Birmingham Press club Sports Journalist of the year 2012. Tom has commentated on League Cup, FA Cup finals, Europa League, European Championships, and World Cups. A year ago, he wrote a best-selling autobiography-The Games Gone. He is a chairman of the board of trustees and ambassador for the Birmingham charity Help Harry Help Others, and also an ambassador for South & City College.

Sacha is a former international athlete having played netball for the Republic of Ireland for five years. She has worked across a range of sports from hockey to rugby, and canoeing to rhythmic gymnastics – she presents the daily sports on Made in Birmingham and is best spotted in the Centre of the action.

Hayden is a recent journalism graduate. After being commended for work at the National Blogging Awards and Midlands Media awards, he has gone on to be involved in many sporting projects and has made documentaries on the rebirth of Hereford Football Club and the Over 50’s World Cup, which is played all over the world. A keen football fan, he also follows cricket, table tennis and swimming.