Don't miss Friday Night Live from 7pm (UK time).

Our regular programmes will be available on Friday so make sure you tune in for three hours of Arsenal action, analysis, interviews and debate.

Here's what you can expect on Arsenal TV Online this Friday - and here's how you can get involved:

Dan Roebuck - Arsenal Live

with Dan Roebuck, Stewart Robson and Nigel Winterburn
7pm (UK time)

The evening kicks off at 7pm (UK time) with Arsenal Live. Dan, Stewart and Nigel will reflect on the win over Tottenham and the draw with Sunderland as well as assessing the next game against West Brom on Saturday. You can expect exclusive interviews, action and analysis plus your chance to win a pair of tickets to the game against West Brom at Emirates Stadium on Saturday.


Gael Clichy

featuring Gael Clichy
8pm (UK time)
This week it's Gael Clichy's turn to go under the 'Spotlight.' These exclusive interviews give Arsenal fans a chance to get to know more about the players they cheer on week-in week-out so take this opportunity to find out about the French defender's life on and off the pitch.

Tom Watt hosts The Fans' Forum

with Tom Watt, Iyare Igiehon and John Cross (Daily Mirror)
8:15pm to 10pm (UK time)
Hosted by Tom Watt, the Fans' Forum does exactly what you'd expect. It's your chance to speak your mind about Arsenal and speak directly to diehard Gooner Iyare Igiehon plus journalist John Cross of the Daily Mirror. Don't just watch - get in touch too. There are three ways to contact our panel: CALL +44 (0) 207 359 0999, TEXT ATV to 60600 or E-MAIL Can we win a trophy this season? What did you think of the performance against Tottenham? How will we fare against West Brom? Have your say on the Fans' Forum. Before the show starts you can vote in our latest Fans' Forum Online Poll.

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24 Sep 2010