Mark Chapman joined by correspondent Iain Carter, 2014 winner Jamie Donaldson and seven-time Ryder Cup caddie Craig Connelly to begin the countdown to the 43rd edition of the event.
Iain is at the course is Whistling Straits, Wisconsin and gives us the latest news after Team Europe landed on American soil.
We also hear from the American captain Steve Stricker on the start of a new era for his team, without Phil Mickelson or Tiger Woods for the first time in nearly 30 years.
Inside the Games - After the Olympics are over
Jeanette Kwakye and Helen Richardson-Walsh discuss what happens when the Olympic flame is put out and the games are over.
Beth Shriever, Liam Heath and chef de mission Mark England all feature reflecting on Tokyo 2020 and what the future looks like for them.
04:40 - Beth Shriever
18:05 - Team GB athletics coach, Leon Baptiste
28:55 - Liam Heath
36:27 - Team GB chef de mission, Mark England
Ryder Cup: The captains’ picks
Mark Chapman is joined by Iain Carter and Paul Waring to discuss the captains’ team selections for the 43rd Ryder Cup.
Hear from Europe captain Padraig Harrington and two of his wildcard picks, Shane Lowry and Ian Poulter.
2.49 – European team
3.05 – Padraig Harrington
10.34 – Ian Poulter
16.39 – Shane Lowry
21.15 – American team
Raducanu's Fairytale of New York
Gigi Salmon presents reaction as Britain's Emma Raducanu completes a historic success, winning the US Open women's singles final aged just 18.
She beat Leylah Fernandez in straight sets to become the first British female winner of a Grand Slam singles title in 44 years.
We hear from Pat Cash, Laura Robson and Naomi Broady, as well as tennis journalist David Law and correspondent Russell Fuller, who's in New York.
And we hear from the champion herself in the moment after her triumph.
Usain Bolt: Music, World Records & Ronaldo
Usain Bolt sits down with BBC Sport’s Ade Adedoyin and talks about his eternal “itch” to make a comeback to the track, the admiration he has for Cristiano Ronaldo as an elite athlete still competing at the very top of his game – AND how after a brief spell as a professional footballer himself, he’s now embarking on another post-athletics career - music.
And just like on the athletics track, he wants to be the best