How UK viewers can watch the Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits

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How can I watch the Ryder Cup from Whistling Straits on television in the UK?

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Sky Sports will have almost 70 hours of live coverage across Ryder Cup week along with a host of extra programmes and documentaries.

Sky's dedicated Ryder Cup channel will ensure viewers don't miss a minute from the 43rd event, with everything from practice rounds and press conferences to the celebrity match and opening ceremony shown on TV.

Thursday's live preview show, which runs for 11 hours from 2pm through to 1am, will see captains Padraig Harrington and Steve Stricker announce their line-ups for the opening morning's foursomes.

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Nick Dougherty and Wayne 'Radar' Riley will be among Sky Sports' team covering the Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits.

The 'Live from the Ryder Cup' show will offer news, interviews and updates from Wisconsin throughout the week, while Andrew 'Beef' Johnston will be among the guests on 'Ryder Cup Brunch', a three-hour daily show over Ryder Cup weekend analysing the previous day's action and setting guests Ryder Cup-themed shot challenges.

And, if you haven't managed to stay up to watch the conclusion on the singles, the final day's play will be repeated in full on Monday, September 27.

Sky Sports subscribers can also watch the action unfold online via the Sky Go app.

If you're not a subscriber then you can add individual channels such as Sky Sports Golf for just £18 per month or take the complete sports package for just £25 per month. Alternatively you can watch via NOW TV, with single day access for £9.99 and monthly memberships for for £33.99, both of which allow you to stream on your laptop or desktop computer or watch via the apps on most smart TVs, phones and games consoles.

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Unlike Paris in 2018, most Europeans will be watching the Ryder Cup from home.

Will the Ryder Cup be shown on the BBC?

The BBC doesn't have live television coverage of the Ryder Cup, but a daily highlights programme will be shown when play concludes each evening with Eilidh Barbour, Iona Stephen, Andrew Cotter and Ken Brown.

There will also be radio coverage throughout the week, including a preview show from 8pm on Thursday, with Iain Carter and the team on BBC Radio 5 Live. BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra and BBC Sounds.

The BBC Sport website and social channels will have live text updates, clips and news throughout the week.

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Iona Stephen and Eilidh Barbour will be covering the Ryder Cup.

How can I watch the Ryder Cup on TV in the UK?

Monday, September 20

10pm-11pm: Live from the Ryder Cup - Sky Sports Ryder Cup

Tuesday, September 21

2pm-11pm: Live from the Ryder Cup - Sky Sports Ryder Cup

Wednesday, September 22

2pm-11pm: Live from the Ryder Cup - Sky Sports Ryder Cup

Thursday, September 23

2pm-11pm: Live from the Ryder Cup (including opening ceremony and pairings reveal) - Sky Sports Ryder Cup

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Friday, September 24

11am-12.45pm: Live from the Ryder Cup - Sky Sports Ryder Cup

12.45pm-12.30am: Ryder Cup Live! - Sky Sports Ryder Cup

Saturday, September 25

12.05am-2.05am: Day One highlights - BBC Two and BBC iPlayer

7.10am-9.10am: Day One highlights - BBC Two and BBC iPlayer

8am-11am: Ryder Cup Brunch - Sky Sports Ryder Cup

11am-12.45pm: Live from the Ryder Cup - Sky Sports Ryder Cup

12.45pm-12.30pm: Ryder Cup Live! - Sky Sports Ryder Cup

Sunday, September 26

12.00am-2.00am: Day Two highlights - BBC Two and BBC iPlayer

7.15am-9:15am: Day Two highlights - BBC Two and BBC iPlayer

11am-2pm: Ryder Cup Brunch - Sky Sports Ryder Cup

2pm-4.45pm: Live from the Ryder Cup - Sky Sports Ryder Cup

4.45pm-1am - Ryder Cup Live! - Sky Sports Ryder Cup

11.20pm-1.20am: Day Three highlights - BBC Two and BBC iPlayer

Monday, September 27

1.30pm-3.30pm: Day Three highlights - BBC Two and BBC iPlayer

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How can I listen to the Ryder Cup in the UK?

Thursday, September 23

8pm: Preview show - BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC Sounds

Friday, 24 September

12.30pm: Day One Live – BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra and BBC Sounds

6pm: Day One Live – BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC Sounds

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Saturday, September 25

1pm: Day Two Live – BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra and BBC Sounds

6pm: Day Two Live – BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra and BBC Sounds

Sunday, September 26

6.20pm: Day Three Live – BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC Sounds

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