A star-studded list of Olympic and world gold medallists will be among the BBC team for coverage of the World Athletics Championships, which start on 27 September.
There will be full coverage from Doha as the action continues until 6 October, with Jessica Ennis-Hill, Michael Johnson, Denise Lewis and Daley Thompson offering expert insight.
You can follow all the action from Qatar's capital across BBC One, BBC Two, Red Button, Connected TVs and the BBC iPlayer, as well as the BBC Sport website, mobile app and BBC Radio 5 Live.
Gabby Logan presents the live TV coverage and will be joined by other athletics stars including Steve Cram, Colin Jackson and Paula Radcliffe, plus coach Toni Minichello.
Joining Gabby for presentation duties in the Khalifa International Stadium will be former Great Britain sprinter Jeanette Kwakye and Radzi Chinyanganya.
Cram and Andrew Cotter lead the TV commentary team, which also features former European javelin champion Steve Backley.
Five-time British champion Naomi Ogbeta will also join the team. The 21-year-old triple jumper will offer a current athlete's perspective on the championships as well as getting behind the scenes, posting videos and content available for all platforms during the 10-day event.
Commentary on Radio 5 Live comes from Mike Costello, Allison Curbishley and Darren Campbell.
There will be clips of all the key moments available on the BBC Sport live text commentary pages, plus video highlights of each day's big races.
For BBC World Service, our expert team of Ed Harry, Ade Adedoyin and Katie Smith will bring the best of the action, trackside interviews and news lines.
Barbara Slater, director of BBC Sport, said: "Our Change The Game season has provided many memorable moments in women's sport and the World Athletics Championships is another fantastic event for everyone to enjoy.
"I'm sure the likes of Britain's Dina Asher-Smith, Katrina Johnson-Thompson and Laura Muir, plus on the men's side Zharnel Hughes and Adam Gemili, will light up our screens and inspire audiences across the country."
All times are BST and are subject to change. The BBC is not responsible for any changes that may be made.
19:30-20:00 - Jessica Ennis-Hill's World Class of 2019 - BBC Two
20:30-21:30 - preview - BBC Radio 5 Live
13:45-19:30 - live coverage - BBC Two
21:55-01:00 - Women's marathon - BBC Red Button
13:45-20:00 - uninterrupted coverage - Connected TV and online
14:15-16:30 - live coverage - BBC One
16:30-20:30 - live coverage - BBC Two
21:25-02:15 - 50K walk - BBC Red Button
16:30-21:30 - uninterrupted coverage - Connected TV and online
20:00-21:00 - BBC Radio 5 Live
17:30-22:00 - live coverage - BBC Two (19:00-22:00, BBC Two Wales)
21:30-22:00 - live coverage - BBC Four
21:25-23:30 - Women's 20K walk - BBC Red Button
17:30-22:00 - uninterrupted coverage - Connected TV and online
21:00-22:00 - live coverage - BBC Radio 5 Live
13:45-21:00 - live coverage - BBC Two
13:45-21:35 - uninterrupted coverage - Connected TV and online
13:45-21:00 - live coverage - BBC Two
20:00-21:00 - live coverage - BBC One
13:45-20:00 & 21:00-22:05 - live coverage - BBC Two
13:45-22:30 - uninterrupted coverage - Connected TV and online
13:45-22:30 - live coverage - BBC Two
22:30-23:00 - live coverage - BBC Four
13:45-23:30 - uninterrupted coverage - Connected TV and online
20:30-22:30 - live coverage - BBC Radio 5 Live
17:15-20:30 - live coverage - BBC Two (17:15-19:30, BBC Two Northern Ireland)
21:30-23:30 - Men's 20K walk - BBC Red Button
17:15-21:00 - uninterrupted coverage - Connected TV and online
14:45-16:30 & 17:45-19:15 - live coverage - BBC One
19:15-21:00 - live coverage - BBC Two
16:30-17:45 - live coverage - BBC Red Button
22:00-00:30 - Men's marathon - BBC Red Button
14:45-17:45 & 18:00-21:30 - uninterrupted coverage - Connected TV and online
16:30-20:15 - live coverage - BBC Two
16:30-20:30 - uninterrupted coverage - Connected TV and online
National and regional variations have been included in this list where possible. Please check your local listings for more detailed information.
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