Next Episode of Athletics is
Various athletics events are presented live and free across the BBC. Gabby Logan and Ore Oduba normally present the coverage.
Live coverage of the Birmingham Grand Prix. Mo Farah is the star turn as he runs his last race on the track in the UK before he takes on the full-time challenge of road racing.
Gabby Logan introduces highlights of the 13th and penultimate round of the 2017 Diamond League.
The star attraction will be British long-distance runner Mo Farah, who is set to compete in the final 5,000m of this year's Diamond League.
This will be the four-time Olympic gold medallist's last track appearance before switching his focus to road racing and the marathon. Mo has fond memories of the Letzigrund Stadium in the Swiss city as he was crowned European champion in the 5,000m and 10,000m back in 2014.
Gabby Logan introduces highlights of the 14th and final round of the 2017 Diamond League.
A host of freshly crowned gold medallists from the World Championships in London - such as heptathlete Nafi Thiam and triple jump legend Christian Taylor - will be in action at the iconic King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels.
This will be the 41st time the event known as the AG Memorial Van Damme will have taken place in the city, and brings to an end another thrilling Diamond League series.
Gabby Logan presents live coverage from the scenic surroundings of Holyrood Park. In the shadow of Arthur's Seat, the annual curtain raiser to the athletics calendar sees teams from Great Britain, Europe and the USA go head to head in senior and junior races. Many of the British team that topped the medal table at the recent European Cross Country Championships in Slovakia are involved, alongside former European track silver medallist Andy Vernon. Double European indoor champion Laura Muir competes in the ever-popular mixed team relay event in which the Home Nations, Europe and USA race against each other over four 1km laps. Steve Cram is joined by Paula Radcliffe in the commentary box.
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