The 2023 Women’s Six Nations will return to BBC television, radio and online from March 25. Every match of the tournament will be streamed live on BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport online, with the vast majority also on BBC television.
Coverage begins on Saturday March 25 with Wales v Ireland (BBC Wales & BBC iPlayer) and England v Scotland (BBC Two & BBC iPlayer). Gabby Logan will lead live coverage across TV and BBC iPlayer as the six teams compete for glory. Sonja McLaughlan, Catrin Heledd and Ugo Monye will also present key games throughout the tournament.
Presenters will be joined by expert in-studio pundits and reporters, including Maggie Alphonsi, Katy Daley-McLean, Jenny Drummond, Sarah Hunter, Donna Kennedy, Heather Lockhart, Sonja McLaughlan, Sene Naoupu, Emily Scarratt, Rachel Taylor, Phillipa Tuttiett and more.
Sara Orchard will lead on commentary duties. Co-commentators include Sarah Hunter, Katy Daley-McLean, Heather Lockhart and Brian Moore.
With commentary from Chris Jones, Kat Merchant and Claire Thomas, BBC Radio 5 Live and 5 Sports Extra will provide live coverage of the key games, including both home nation fixtures across the opening weekend. Additional ties include Wales v England (15 April) and England v France (29 April), both of which will be live on 5 Sports Extra.
The station’s Rugby Union Weekly podcast will turn its attention to the Women’s Six Nations for the duration of the tournament, with a special launch podcast available this week.
The key highlights from every match will be available on the BBC Sport website and app, as well as across our social channels. The BBC Sport website will also cover stories throughout the tournament to keep rugby fans up to date with the latest pitch side action.
Throughout the tournament, BBC Sport Online will also be providing live text commentary of every England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland game.