Where to watch the Great North Run – what time will it be on and what channel?

The Great North Run will take place this Sunday, September 10, and will stretch from its starting point in Newcastle and end in South Shields.

The run will be shown live on BBC One with the live coverage expected to start at 10 am and end at 2 pm. The first to set off will be the Elite Wheelchair category at 10:30 am, with the Elite Women following them five minutes after.

Shortly after that, the Visually Impaired will begin their run, before finally, the Elite Men (including the final run of Sir Mo Farah) and Masses will set off at 11 am. SportsByte can also confirm that the Red Arrows will be making a flyover during the run, along with their regular display at the finish.

There will also be a one-hour highlights package shown on BBC Two, which will go on air at five o’clock in the evening.

Where to watch the live race: BBC One

What time will it start: Coverage will start at 10 am, with the last batch of runners to set off at 11 am

Who will be presenting: Gabby Logan will be presenting

Who will be commentating: Paula Radcliffe, Steve Cram, Tanni Grey-Thompson, Rob Walker