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Last updated: 23rd December 2010  

Sky Sports News HD has gone bigger and better... and so has our weekly podcast!

Join Adam Leventhal for this week's Sky Sports News Plus, which takes you behind the scenes of the nation's favourite sports news channel.

Hit the video above for a flavour of what you can expect - and then hit download for the following great features:

A CHRISTMAS CAROL - There's no Scrooge but plenty of expense is spared as your favour Sky Sports News faces get in the spirit with a seasonal sing-song.

FREDDIE STARS - Andrew Flintoff commentating on the darts and presenting for us!

WINTER WONDER - Do we need a winter break? Sven Goran Eriksson and Paul Ince ponder the matter

BEHIND THE SCENES - Simon Thomas gets his spikes on and goes behind the scenes on the Special Report with Jessica Ennis


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