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Ugo, Ashy and Chris get stuck into a thrilling weekend of international rugby. Jamie Roberts joins the pod from South Africa after Wales suffered more heartbreak at the hands of the Springboks. We also welcome back our Aussie correspondent Drew Mitchell as the Wallabies drew first blood in their series with England. Will Eddie Jones stick with Farr…
 
England hooker Jamie George joins Chris Jones, Ugo Monye and Natasha Hunt live from the stadium in Perth after England lose 30-28 to 14 man Australia in the First Test of their summer tour. They discuss where it went wrong for Eddie Jones' side who should've seen it home after Darcy Swain was sent off in the first half for a headbutt in Australia's…
 
Ugo and Chris are joined by two special guests on the pod this week as we get ready for the first super Saturday of the summer. Our newly crowned Aussie correspondent Drew Mitchell joins the pod in the green and gold to give us the lowdown on Dave Rennie's Wallabies. Ugo and Chris chat about the England captaincy and who will lead the team in the f…
 
It's been another sensational few days for the pod. Ashy won his fourth Premiership title at the weekend and now Danny is on his way to Australia with England. Ugo and Sara chat to Eddie Jones about why he's brought Danny back into the fold along with Billy Vunipola. They also quiz the England boss on his midfield selections and that humbling defea…
 
Chris Jones is joined by Gareth Rhys Owen and special guests to pay tribute to Wales and Lions legend Phil Bennett. Jonathan Davies reveals how Bennett got his career off the ground and why he was such an inspiration to so many Welsh youngsters. Scarlets hooker Ken Owens also pays tribute, and you'll hear an archive interview with Bennett on why a …
 
Ugo and Chris round up an eventful weekend both on and off the pitch. Danny is back in England camp after being recalled by Eddie Jones and could make his first international appearance since 2018. They also discuss Saracens' victory over Harlequins in a feisty semi-final and debate whether the framework for high tackles is actually working. Leices…
 
It's Premiership awards night and Chris and Ugo chat to some of the main protagonists involved in this weekend's semi-finals. The league's top try scorer Max Malins talks about the rivalry between Saracens and Harlequins and last year's semi-final heartbreak with Bristol. Northampton's Chris Boyd stops by for a chat about their showdown with Leices…
 
It's a big week for the pod as Danny and Ashy get ready to play in the Premiership semi-finals. They compare training schedules and debate whose run to the final would make the best Hollywood movie. There's reaction to Eddie Jones' latest training squad and the injuries to Manu Tuilagi and Kyle Sinckler. Plus, England and Saracens forward Marlie Pa…
 
Chris and Ugo speak to Premiership Rugby chief executive Simon Massie-Taylor as the season nears its conclusion. He talks about his vision for the league and how they plan to reach new audiences. With French rugby claiming the big prizes in Europe, how can Premiership clubs close the gap with the salary cap decreasing? Massie-Taylor also talks abou…
 
Ugo, Danny and Chris are on the sofa to review the Champions Cup final as La Rochelle defied the odds to beat Leinster in Marseille. But what next for Ronan O'Gara after winning the ultimate prize in club rugby? There's also a fascinating chat with former England flanker Tom Wood about retirement. He reflects on his 15-year career, tells us what is…
 
It was a big night for the pod at the RPA awards as Danny and Ashy both picked up silverware. Danny chats to Chris about winning the special merit award and his wife Jodie makes her pod debut. You will also hear from the gentle giant Andre Esterhuizen who was named players' player of the season. Ashy arrives fashionably late but brings Leicester te…
 
Chris and Ugo fill us in on Craig David's big performance at Twickenham this weekend. Harlequins secure their place in the Premiership semi-finals, but which player has been key to their resurgence over the last 18 months? They also look ahead to the Champions Cup final between Leinster and La Rochelle in Marseille, discuss the Premier 15s semi-fin…
 
Chris is at a sunbathed Twickenham as Eddie Jones names his 36-man squad training squad in preparation for England's tour of Australia. Eddie tells us why he's selected London Irish duo Henry Arundell and Will Joseph, and how pleased he is to have Owen Farrell back in the fold. Chris also gets the thoughts of the Telegraph's Charlie Morgan on Eddie…
 
Chris is back on the pod to talk fatherhood and European semi-finals with Danny. Leinster put Toulouse to the sword, La Rochelle make another Champions Cup final and Wasps and Saracens both come unstuck in the Challenge Cup. They also discuss Ashy's new deal at Leicester and the most prolific try scorer of all time across both codes. Plus, exciteme…
 
Danny, Ashy and Sara round-up an eventful weekend in Europe starting with the epic encounter between Munster and Toulouse which was decided by a place-kick competition. Ashy talks about Leicester's defeat to Leinster and going head-to-head with James Lowe at Welford Road. They also discuss Henry Arundell's sensational try against Toulon and whether…
 
Ashy talks about becoming record try scorer in Premiership history and reveals he's retired the infamous 'Ash Splash'. Danny also enjoyed a record-breaking weekend as he overtook Garath Archer for the most yellow cards in a season. There was also a record win for Gloucester at the weekend and London Irish set the record for the most draws in a seas…
 
Ugo and Danny have lots to discuss after a busy weekend, including some exciting news away from rugby. They also chat about Ugo's night at Wembley and why he was showering in the Quins dressing room after they beat Leicester. Plus, they are joined by England and Northampton full-back George Furbank. He talks about the top four battle in the Premier…
 
Fresh from his stag do in Ireland, Exeter's Jack Nowell joins the pod to tell Ashy, Danny and Chris all about his weekend and having to wear a Munster to Thomond Park. There was plenty to discuss from the Champions Cup round of 16 as Leicester set up a quarter-final with Leinster while Ulster and Harlequins exited the competition by just one point.…
 
There's some exciting news from the Care family to start this week's pod as Danny, Ugo and Chris are on the sofa to chat about this weekend's Champions Cup action. Ulster head coach Dan McFarland joins the pod after his side beat the defending champions Toulouse. He talks about Ulster going under the radar, his coaching philosophy and their approac…
 
Chris Jones, Sara Orchard and Ugo Monye assemble at Kingsholm Stadium to review England versus Wales. They look back on what proved to be a special occasion in the history of the Women's Six Nations with a record crowd showing their appreciation for women's rugby, and debate what some of the other nations can do now to bolster their female sides. T…
 
Sara Orchard and Philippa Tuttiett are inside the England camp to preview round three of the Women's Six Nations. Captain Sarah Hunter tells them about being mistaken for the Duchess of Cambridge and Natasha Hunt talks about her return to Test rugby. They also speak to Scotland captain Rachel Malcolm about her emotional post-match interview last we…
 
Two years on from their last chat, Chris Jones heads to Leeds to sit down with Leinster senior coach Stuart Lancaster. They discuss the keys to Leinster’s success and how they continue to be a force both domestically and in Europe. Lancaster explains why Johnny Sexton is the best player he’s coached, gives his take on what the next England coaching…
 
Ashy is back on the pod to chat about equalling the Premiership try record and tells Danny and Ugo why he's enjoying life at Leicester Tigers. Danny sets a Premiership record of his own and talks about his big stage debut at the weekend. They assess the top four battle in the Premiership and heap more praise on the Red Roses as their winning streak…
 
Sara Orchard is joined by Katy Daley-McLean and Rachael Burford to discuss round two of the Women's Six Nations. They analyse another dominant display by England as Natasha Hunt impresses on her first Test since November 2020. Wales left it late but produced another remarkable comeback to beat Scotland in front of a record crowd in Cardiff.…
 
Sara Orchard is joined by former Scotland forward Heather Lockhart and England World Cup winner Katherine Merchant to review England’s nine-try demolition of Scotland in their opening Women's Six Nations match.We hear from Player of the Match Marlie Packer, England Captain Sarah Hunter and Scotland Head Coach Bryan Easson. And the team look ahead t…
 
Ugo and Chris are joined by Sam Warburton and John Barclay for the big Six Nations debrief after France completed the Grand Slam in Paris. It’s not the title they wanted to fight for but after disappointing tournaments for England, Scotland and Wales, the guys argue over who had the worst campaign. Support for Eddie Jones is questioned as England's…
 
Chris and Paul Grayson are in Paris to preview Saturday's Grand Slam showdown at the Stade de France. Will France be celebrating a first Six Nations title in 12 years or can England spoil the party in Paris? Chris has also been to the England hotel to chat to Maro Itoje about the Mona Lisa, dealing with pressure and whether he's playing the best ru…
 
Shane Horgan, John Barclay and Philippa Tuttiett join Sonja McLaughlan and Matt Dawson for one last time this tournament to preview the final weekend.The team look at the surprise tactical switch for Eddie Jones as George Furbank starts at full-back against France, discuss what England need to do to beat their final round Six Nations opponents and …
 
With France on the brink of a first Grand Slam in 12 years, we take an in-depth look at Fabien Galthie's side and how they've become one of the best teams in the world. Sara Orchard chats to Johnnie Beattie, who spent eight years playing in France, and journalist and French rugby aficionado Paul Eddison. They discuss the key men behind the current …
 
What makes a great coach? Is silverware all that matters? In the final episode of the series Danny Care and Sam Warburton rank the greatest coaches of the Six Nations era. They discuss coaching styles and how best to win over a dressing room. They provide a fascinating insight into how Eddie Jones and Warren Gatland operate as well as share some hi…
 
Ugo and Chris are joined by Sam Warburton and the original 'DC' Danny Cipriani. There was a clean sweep for the away teams in round four, including a thriller at Twickenham. Sam and Danny give a fascinating insight into defence coach Shaun Edwards with France on the brink of a first Six Nations Grand Slam in over a decade. But will England spoil th…
 
Chris Jones, Katy Daley-McLean, and Matt Dawson give their thoughts on another Six Nations epic at Twickenham, where England went a man down after 82 seconds and Ireland achieved a historic win, but the scoreboard didn't tell the whole story. Jamie Heaslip joins them to give an Irish perspective, and explains why an ugly win tonight is the best thi…
 
Ahead of Ireland’s big showdown at Twickenham, Chris is joined by Murray Kinsella from the 42.ie for an in-depth look at Andy Farrell’s team who are still well placed to claim the Six Nations title. Ireland’s most decorated player Rob Kearney joins to chat about his old team-mate Johnny Sexton and how the side has evolved under Farrell's guidance. …
 
Ugo, Danny and Chris are back on Paddy's sofa for the first time this Six Nations. Friend of the pod Jamie George joins from the England camp to talk Ireland, England's attack and regaining his Test spot. We look at the Six Nations players on show this weekend and whether the Cardiff factor will be enough for Wales to end France's Grand Slam dream.…
 
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