Usain Bolt calls Manchester United phone-in show

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You are hosting a football phone-in and Usain Bolt rings in.

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  • Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt calls a Manchester United TV phone-in show to say how Saturday’s 2-1 victory over Middlesbrough was like watching the Red Devils “of old”.
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Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt calls a Manchester United TV phone-in show to say how Saturday’s 2-1 victory over Middlesbrough was like watching the Red Devils “of old”.
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Weather for the week ahead

Some heat on the horizon for many of us... Check out our long range forecast:  Jo

  • Darren Bett explains how the weather will play a part.
  • The world is turning its attention to Rio as the 2016 Summer Olympics gets underway.
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@bbcweather: “Some heat on the horizon for many of us… Check out our long range forecast: Jo”


A windy start for many but what can we expect as we move through the week? Philip Avery takes a look.


Weather for the week ahead

Can exercise really have the same effect as taking illegal drugs?

Can exercise get you high? 🏃 #GlobalRunningDay

  • Another happy drug that the brain releases are endorphins.
  • The release different neuro-transmitters into the brain and allow us to exercise for long periods without pain.
  • Anandamides are much more effective and specific to the brain than marijuana.
  • We spoke to chartered physiotherapist about the effects of exercise on the brain and body…
  • You would need a lot of heroin to get the same effect as a small amount of endorphin.

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@bbcthree: “Can exercise get you high? 🏃 #GlobalRunningDay”


Eddie Izzard smashed his epic 27-marathons-in-27-days mission for Sport Relief. So how did he do it? Well, his physio Tim Cruse-Drew reckons it’s because he was as high as a kite… on exercise. We spoke to chartered physiotherapist about the effects of exercise on the brain and body…


Can exercise really have the same effect as taking illegal drugs?