LIVE sport on our airwaves is getting back into gear this week with the telecast of the Malaysian motorcycle Grand Prix next Sunday. The second stop on the 500 cc championship calendar makes its way across the equator from last week's race in Sydney where the new Cagiva, raced in the hands of John Kocinski, showed its resistance to the Japanese machines. But the twists and turns of the Shah Alam circuit outside Kuala Lumpur will put the handling capabilities of the Italian bikes to the test this weekend, providing great action and some interesting results. Prime Sport will be televising the event live from 11.30 am. Live sport is good, but a warning: hangovers are severely tested by the noise of these monster machines! For all you night owls and golfing fanatics, coverage of the US Masters golf tournament will get underway early on Friday for four days of premier competition over 72 holes at the Augusta National course, as per usual. Many of the big names will be there for an event which is considered to be one of the more exclusive of the major international tournaments. Prime Sports will be running the event live over all four days' play starting Friday morning at 4 am - Thursday in the US. Coverage of day two and four will commence at the same time with day three starting at 3.30 am. Understandably, the hours are a little off-putting so Prime will run repeats of each day's event at the more comfortable hours of 8 am and 4 pm - for those who can live without the thrill of watching it live. The end of the road to the World Cup soccer championship in the United States this summer is getting closer and action from the latest qualifying round can be seen on World's weekly World Cup Spectacular this Friday evening at 8.30 pm. This week's event will be between Belgium and Switzerland who will fight it out for a place in the tournament to be held over June and July. Footy guru Spencer Robinson will be joined by Eastern centre-forward Dale Tempest to present the match and give comments and analysis. The Cable Sports Channel will be tapping into ESPN tomorrow morning for the Dutch Football league, to be shown at 8 am. For something completely different tune in again at 1 pm when you can see coverage of the Women's Pro Billiards. The ladies will also take to the tables for the Nine-ball Championships to be shown afterwards.