Craig Doyle, Martin Bayfield and Sarra Elgan present BT Sport's live rugby magazine show.
Rugby Tonight airs Wednesday evenings at 8pm from September to May. It is a show that sets out to both entertain and inform, and is jammed packed with reviews and previews all the best of the action and headline stories from the Aviva Premiership as well as the European Champions Cup.
The show is filmed in front of a live studio audience of up to 200 people, with local rugby clubs taking part in demonstrations of play on the studio pitch. Celebrities and guest talent take part in studio challenges and there is plenty of fun and banter throughout. Rugby Tonight takes an informal, yet highly informative look at the game.
Austin Healey looks after the social media, interacting with viewers in a way that is inclusive and fun and showing all the best rugby clips and tweets from online.
Pundits on the show also include 2003 World Cup Winners Ben Kay and Lawrence Dallaglio.
Runtime: 90 minutes
Rugby Tonight - George Riley (broadcaster) - Netflix
George Riley is a British sports broadcaster from Leeds. He was the co-presenter of Channel 5's Football On 5 between 2015 and 2017 alongside Kelly Cates and then Lynsey Hipgrave.
Rugby Tonight - Career - Netflix
Riley joined BBC Radio 5 Live in 2004, having previously been at the short-lived TEAMtalk 252 in 2002, and has been the voice of sport on 5 Live Breakfast since 2011. He also presented 5 live Sport for the station, and commentated on rugby league, snooker and darts for BBC TV and radio, until being suspended in 2017 following several allegations of sexual harassment. Riley has reported at major events including the London Olympics and Paralympic Games, Euro 2012 in Ukraine and 2014 World Cup in Rio, the 2013 Ashes, the 2013 Rugby League World Cup, the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, as well as Wimbledon, the Cheltenham Festival, Super League and Challenge Cup finals each year. He presented the BBC's Late Kick Off Football League show in 2013, in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. He was a regular face and voice on the BBC's rugby league coverage, presenting the Super League Show on BBC2, and commentating on all major games for BBC Radio 5 Live. In July 2015, he was confirmed as one of the presenters of Channel 5's Football League highlights show, Football League Tonight, alongside Kelly Cates. Riley then co-hosted alongside Lynsey Hipgrave during the 2016-17 season before both co-hosts were replaced by Colin Murray ahead of the 2017-18 EFL season. Riley appeared as himself in Armando Iannucci's award-winning political satire The Thick Of It in 2009.
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