Jump jockey AP McCoy tells Radio 5 live Breakfast how former Arsenal striker Francis Jeffers claimed he saw a ghost when staying at McCoy’s house.
Midfielder Joe Cole, on loan from Liverpool at Ligue 1 club Lille, admits he would not have joined the Merseyside club were he able to go back in time.
Football Focus takes astrologer Russell Grant aside for a quick break from his Strictly Come Dancing rehearsals to get his predictions for the weekend’s Premier League fixtures.
Dan Walker is in Lille for this week’s Friday Focus to meet Liverpool’s on-loan midfielder Joe Cole, who reveals a developing taste for frogs’ legs.
Kauto Star’s owner Clive Smith says he will retire the racehorse if he does not perform well in the Betfair Chase at Haydock on Saturday.
Former champion jockey Ryan Moore is downbeat about the future of racing as he believes Britain does not have the best races anymore, even though, he says, Britain breeds the best horses.
Crewe boss Dario Gradi tells BBC Sport’s Mark Clemmit that he has no plans to step away from football, as the 70-year-old English Football Hall of Fame inductee plots his way through his 29th season with The Railwaymen (UK users only).
Former Nottingham Forest boss Steve McClaren says he left the City Ground because he was “on a completely different page from the chairman and board” about the future direction of the club.
Sunderland boss Steve Bruce talks to Football Focus about his team’s start to the Premier League season, and pays tribute to Sir Alex Ferguson.
Former Plymouth, Sunderland and Manchester City manager Peter Reid talks to Football Focus presenter Dan Walker about selling his FA Cup medal to help Argyle’s financial struggles, why the 1980s produced so many quality players, and whether he would rather have played with Carlos Tevez or Mario Balotelli.