Raheem Sterling has scored three goals in his past three Manchester City appearances and the England star is not just turning up the dial on the pitch.

Sterling will serve as a guest editor for BBC Radio 4’s Today programme.

Owenna Griffiths, editor of the station’s flagship morning news show, said Sterling and the other six selected guest editors brought “novel ideas, surprising perspectives and, on occasion, a little sparkle to the programme” for a run that will air between Christmas and New Year.

It sounds like another area beyond football where Raheem will do himself proud but it also got us at City Is Ours thinking about which of his City teammates we’d like to see involved with some of the nation’s favourite shows.

Pep Guardiola - Grand Designs

A genius, a maverick - always thinking outside the box.

Surely he can’t pull these incredible schemes together, but time and again he manages it until the season finale when he builds an elaborate multi-storey house without an indoor toilet.

Oleksandr ZInchenko - Bargain Hunt

There are so many multi-million pound superstars everywhere you look within the City Football Group.

But have a bit of a rummage around and you might find yourself an Oleksandr Zinchenko - small, perfectly formed and worth his weight in gold.

It’s easy to forget this popular fixture is still around at times but a recent midweek airing just brought new admirers in Paris.

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 24: Lionel Messi of Paris Saint-Germain and Oleksandr Zinchenko of Manchester City during the UEFA Champions League group A match between Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain at Etihad Stadium on November 24, 2021 in Manchester, United Kingdom.
Oleksandr Zinchenko needs to get himself on Bargain Hunt

Ederson - Takeshi’s Castle

In a crowded field, this was one of Japan’s finest exports.

Name us a more suitable competitor on the absurd, larger-than-life obstacle course than City’s prank pulling goalkeeping maverick whose number of body tattoos is probably high than his resting heart rate.

Kevin De Bruyne - Classical Fix

Perhaps City’s highest earners would like to be competitive when it comes to a bit of high culture?

KDB could turn his hand to BBC Radio 3’s “podcast for classical newbies” if his recent interview with Amazon Prime is anything to go by.

“I like chill vibes, but then I can listen to house music or whatever,” he said when discussing his music taste. “I even like classical. I have classical music on my phone.”

A maestro in every sense.

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Zack Steffen - The Great British Bake Off

The most remarkable revelation of that De Bruyne interview was him stating “I don’t even know what that is” in response to a question about the GBBO.

But, don’t worry, City goalkeeper Zack Steffen has you covered there. He gave the club website his Thanksgiving recipe for a pecan pie this week and it looked outrageously good.

Throw in a cool temperament under pressure and a reliably safe pair of hands and Zack is a star baker in the making.

Which City star would you like to see on a TV or radio show? Follow our City Is Ours editor Dom Farrell on Twitter to get involved in the discussion and give us your thoughts in the comments section below.