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A magazine show hosted by Graham Bell and Ed Leigh that focuses on Skiing and other winter sports.
The first Ski Sunday of the season comes from Adelboden in Switzerland, and features the men's slalom.
Britain's Dave Ryding goes into the new year off the back of a career-best sixth place at the World Cup in Levi. Can he contend for the podium with slalom greats Marcel Hirscher and Henrik Kristoffersen? The programme also features a tour of the UK's dryslopes with Olympic snowboarder Jamie Nicholls.
Ski Sunday comes from Wengen in Switzerland, home of the classic Lauberhorn. It is the longest and fastest downhill on the World Cup circuit. The show also features Swiss freerider Jeremie Heitz, who takes big mountain skiing to jaw-dropping levels.
Ski Sunday is in Kitzbuhel for the biggest race of the season - the men's downhill on the infamous Hahnenkamm.
There are also highlights from the women's downhill in Garmisch. The programme features an interview with Olympic snowboarding medal hope Billy Morgan, as the Brit continues to push the boundaries in freestyle.
This edition comes from Cortina in Italy, home of the biggest downhill event in the women's World Cup. There are also highlights of the night slalom from Schladming, Austria.
Ski Sunday comes from Innsbruck for the Air and Style big air competition. There are also highlights from Stockholm of the city slalom World Cup races.
Ski Sunday comes from St Moritz in Switzerland, host resort of the 2017 Alpine World Ski Championships.
There will be extended highlights of the Blue Riband events - the men's and women's downhill races. Graham Bell also gets an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at how the British army are using ski touring to train their soldiers.
Ski Sunday's final programme of the current series comes from St Moritz, as the 2017 World Alpine Championships reaches its conclusion.
The final event is the men's slalom, where Norway's Henrik Kristoffersen is hot favourite for gold, while Dave Ryding is looking for another podium finish in what has already been a terrific season for the Briton.
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