Transfer Deadline Day 2015: Live on BBC, BT Sports and Sky Sports TV

Updated on Monday 2 February 2015 by @TVNewsroom

The clock is ticking to the closure of the football Transfer Window on Monday 2 February, and BBC Sport, BT Sport and Sky Sports will bring viewers all the drama of Deadline Day 2015.

The BBC will broadcast two special editions of Football Focus. The first will air on the BBC News Channel at 6.30pm. The second will broadcast at 10.45pm on BBC One and the BBC News Channel. Dan Walker will be joined by an expert panel including Danny Murphy, Jermaine Jenas and Phil Neville.

BBC World News will have bulletins at 6.43pm, 8.43pm and 11.43pm.

BT Sports will air an extended version of ‘Football Tonight’ from 8pm – 11.30pm, where Des Kelly and Lynsey Hipgrave are joined by David James, Owen Hargreaves and Robbie Savage.

Sky Sports News HQ will have reporters across the country, while a team back at base will confirm all the done deals and keep viewers abreast of the latest breaking news stories.

A host of big-name experts, including Thierry Henry, Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher and Jamie Redknapp, will join the studio team to deliver their verdicts on the standout business.

‘Mr Deadline Day’ himself, Jim White – alongside Kate Abdo and Hayley McQueen – will be on hand to take viewers through to the 11pm deadline and beyond.

All three networks will have the latest breaking news via their official websites at bbc.co.uk/sport, sport.bt.com and skysports.com

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