By Andrew Baxter On Sunday, Bradford City’s FA Cup game with non-league Dartford was featured on BBC’s Final Score, along with the other Sunday FA Cup ties, and it made for an interesting way of following City. A move to university in Stirling makes attendance at Valley Parade a more sporadic occasion nowadays, and usually I follow City’s games via the medium of Bantams Player, which is a useful resource, if a little bit expensive. However, with City being featured on Final Score, I took the opportunity to follow this particular game on there. Whilst the BBC’s coverage didn’t have the play-by-play running commentary that can be found on the Pulse and on Bantams Player, it provided clips of key highlights and goals, along with some good analysis from Jason Roberts and Kevin Kilbane. Both studio pundits commented on Jon Stead’s ability on the ball, and Kilbane went on to say that the Bantams “could push for promotion”. The clips that were shown covered the most important events of the game, almost as they happened, with the first goal in particular being shown just a few seconds after news of it had appeared on the videprinter at the bottom of the screen. The BBC’s coverage of the game, whilst they went across to the commentator covering City’s game, was very impressive; showing live footage of the game as the BBC’s reporter summarised it. Whilst nothing of note happened during these sections of live action, it was a more in-depth and more focused update than the kind usually seen on programmes such as Soccer Saturday. Following the game using the “#bcafc” hashtag on Twitter was also a unique way of keeping tabs on the game as it unfolded. A blend of tweets on there, from a variety of users, provided updates on the game but from a range of different perspectives. A combination of Twitter and Final Score meant that I was able to keep up with the game, and whilst it didn’t have the fluidity of a radio stream, the live footage of the match, along with clips of the goals almost immediately after they went in, made for a unique way in following the Bantams.