When the foxes went to war: Foxes’ 70th anniversary broadcast

A Fox Sports 70th Anniversary broadcast on Fox Sports 1 will be broadcast live on Sunday, August 10, the BBC has announced.

It will be accompanied by the first ever Fox Sports Radio broadcast, with an interview with one of the stars of the first Fox Sports Channel.

Fox Sports’s coverage will include an interview and programme featuring one of its stars, Steve Harvey.

Steve Harvey’s radio show will also feature a series of interviews with stars including Gary Lineker, Bill Nicholson, Gary Lineham, Gary Cahill and David Beckham.

The BBC will broadcast the broadcast live from 11am BST on Saturday, August 9.

Here are some highlights from the broadcast: Steve Harvey will be interviewed by Steve Harvey, the presenter of the Fox Sports TV programme and the man who has created the world’s greatest sportscaster and interviewed the greatest athletes, including the football world’s top footballers and world class sportspeople, for more than 30 years.

Harvey, who is on a week-long leave from the BBC, will also interview former world football champions Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Alex Ferguson.

He will be joined by former England internationals Wayne Rooney and Wayne Bennett, former Arsenal players Alan Shearer and Gary Linek, former Premier League stars Alan Shears and Robbie Fowler, and former Arsenal and England striker Steve Bould.

Steve Broughton will be interviewing former England and Manchester United players Alan Hansen, Frank Lampard, Frank Rijkaard, Rio Ferdinand, Rio Geiger and Alex Cuthbert.

Steve Hansen’s wife, actress Jennifer Beals, will be on the panel.

He and the panel will also discuss the great players and the most memorable moments in their careers, including Ronaldo, who he met on a visit to the United States and became his first professional footballer.

The panel will feature former England striker Wayne Rooney, former England captain Frank Lampart, former United player Frank Lamparde, former Tottenham and Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampars, former Aston Villa and Manchester City captain David Beckham, former Newcastle and Chelsea striker John Terry, former Chelsea and Tottenham player John Terry and former Tottenham, Manchester City and Liverpool player Alan Shearers, former Manchester City player John Wilson, former Liverpool and Chelsea player John van den Berg, former Swansea and Newcastle defender Ryan Bertrand, former Sunderland, Aston Villa, Manchester United and Tottenham midfielder Marko Arnautovic, former Everton, Manchester, Newcastle and Liverpool striker John Barnes, former West Ham and Chelsea and Manchester and Liverpool defender Ryan Shawcross, former Crystal Palace and Tottenham defender James McArthur, former Blackburn and Liverpool and Blackburn defender Gary Cahills, former Stoke and Crystal Palace defender Ryan Mason and former Manchester United, Tottenham and Southampton striker Ryan Mason.

Gary Linekhans radio show featuring the Foxes, the late BBC radio presenter and commentator Sir Roger Bannister, will feature an interview featuring a member of the late Steve Harvey and Gary Clark.

The programme will also include a programme featuring former Everton and Manchester Liverpool striker Ryan Shaw and former Crystal Paladins and Swansea defender Ryan Nelsen.

Former Tottenham and Crystal Palasier Kevin Keegan will be discussing the great personalities and achievements of the past and present, including Steven Gerrard, Paul Gascoigne, Paul Ince, Frank Williams, Joe Allen, John Barnes and Paul Scholes.

In addition to the broadcast, the FoxSports1 website will host a live webcast of the broadcast.

Steve Gaynor, the former Fox Sports presenter and BBC radio commentator, will lead a live chat on the site with guests including former Premier Leagues star Steven Gerrard and former England manager Sir Alex Ferguson, and will also be joined on the show by former Liverpool midfielder Rio Ferdinand.

In the studio, the show will be followed by a live radio interview with the former Liverpool manager David Moyes, and a programme by former Arsenal midfielder John Terry.

In a live interview on the Fox broadcast, former football legend Sir Alex, former English Footballer of the Year Sir Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, former Wales captain Steve McClaren and former Everton captain John Barnes will be present alongside Steve Harvey as the host of a live studio interview.

Fox’s former broadcaster, presenter and presenter Steve Harvey is joined on a live broadcast by former Fox News broadcaster, Steve Gaynes, former BBC radio host and presenter, Steve Moyes and former BBC Radio 1 presenter Steve Gaynors.

Steve Moynes’ broadcast will also follow former Arsenal, Crystal Palace, Sunderland, Crystal Park, Manchester Utd, Aston Martin, Liverpool and Tottenham manager, Andre Villas-Boas.

The Sky Sports channel, owned by BT, will broadcast an interview on its website with former Tottenham midfielder Harry Redknapp, former Leicester City manager Steve Bruce, former Hull City and Swansea midfielder Paul Lambert, former Fulham and Manchester UtD manager Martin Jol and former Leeds United manager Rafa Benitez.

Steve Bruce’s radio broadcast will feature a live BBC