It's called "BBC America", I watch it frequently, especially like Dr Who, Merlin and Top Gear.
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Got this blurb from BBC America site:
BBC America Match Schedule
Don’t miss the legendary rugby tournament featuring England, France, Ireland, Scotland, Italy and Wales as they vie for the championship. Here are the matches that will air live on BBC America throughout February and March:
Is BBC still commercial-free like it was when I was there in the 1970s? At that time everyone with a TV had to have a license to watch bbc and a government vehicle would drive around the neighborhoods with radar detectors checking on who has and has not a license.
Still commercial free. No radar dishes any more. Licensing applies. Mind, it's a bit galling to pay it when you pay satellite tv on top, and almost never watch BBC! However, the radio channels are good and no commercials on those either.
Ireland are going into the Scotland game at Murrayfield without Sexton, Zebo (injuries) & Healy (suspension). McCarthy is rated doubtful, and Sean O'Brien (tight hamstring) is being monitored.. that's a good number of players to loose... I fancy Scotlands chances.
LOL, and so they all train to come play REAL rugby against the Springboks and Aussies. We usauly do let the world sort themselves and then throw the challenge out there to come play real rugby. (OUCH - a few feet stepped on now, I know) ;)
Australia have looked very weak of late, and England totally dismantled the All Blacks in that last international.
As for South Africa, well the Boks are a pale shadow of their former selves as well: some of the more interesting scorelines from the past six months or so include
Argentina 16 - South Africa 16
New Zealand 21 - South Africa 11
South Africa 16 - New Zealand 32
Sure they won the internationals over here, but a big win against Scotland isn't a hard task, and that 16-12 against Ireland was hardly convincing not to mention the 16-15 win over England which was a scrape at best.
Here we go again... everybody's crap, except for...