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January 28, 2010

Six Nations to be shown on BBC HD

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by David Allen

For the first time ever, the Six Nations Rugby Championships will be broadcast in high definition on the BBC when the tournament starts on the 6th February.

The Six Nations Championship features teams from England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales and will run from the 6th February until the 20th March.

As well as being broadcast on BBC HD, the championship will also be shown on BBC One and Two, and will be available through the BBC iPlayer and is being streamed live through the BBC Sport website.

The BBC has put a lot into the production of this event, with a sizable studio team of experts on hand to offer opinions and discussion on the day’s events.

This will be the tenth year for the tournament and the BBC wants to make sure that fans have access to it, no matter where they are or what they are doing.

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