November 20, 2017
Brian Moore is joined this week by the Telegraph's Gavin Mairs to go over the second weekend of Autumn Internationals.
They span the British and Irish isles speaking with Scotland's Scott Hastings, Wales' Richard Hibbard and Ireland's Gordon D’Arcy to get their views on their nations' efforts.
Plus former rugby league star, Craig Murdock, updates on the Rugby League World Cup and top commentator Nick Heath gives informs the podcast on how England’s women are getting on.
November 13, 2017
Danny Cipriani, Wasps and England fly half, is alongside Brian in the studio this week.
They review the first round of Autumn Internationals with the help of Shane Williams and Thinus Delport.
Nigel Owens is back to answer all your rugby laws questions. And they get into the panto spirit with Nigel and Shane...!
Plus Phil Caplan updates us on the Rugby League World Cup.
November 6, 2017
This week we have a special episode as you’ll hear when Brian sat down with former Lions and Scotland lock Doddie Weir to discuss his life, his career and his battle against motor neurone disease.
Plus we discuss the upcoming Autumn Internationals with the Telegraph's Ben Coles.
October 30, 2017
Brian Moore is joined this week by Hugo Southwell to discuss everything from the weekend's action to the English and Welsh forwards facing off.
Mike Tindall gives his reflection on Bath v Gloucester and who Eddie Jones should be picking as his back three.
Former Welsh wing Dafydd James updates us on the latest Pro 14 action and we hear from Paul Cooke as he rounds up the first set of fixtures from the Rugby League World Cup.
Richie Gray, arguably the world's leading collision coach, tells us what could be done to stop rugby's injury crisis.
Plus, RFU director of professional rugby, Nigel Melville, discusses the extended season proposals and development of the women's game.
October 23, 2017
Brian is joined in the studio by the Telegraph's rugby correspondent, Mick Cleary this week.
After a second weekend of exhilarating European Cup action the boys are joined by Exeter Chiefs' Thomas Waldrom, former Lions and Wales flanker Martyn Williams, and the former Leinster and Ireland lock Malcolm O’Kelly.
Plus the Premier 15s were back underway after a short break and four try hero, Poppy Cleall reflects across Round 5's matches.
October 16, 2017
This week Brian Moore and Craig Chalmers look back on the first weekend of European Cup competition with the help of Tom May, Shane Byrne and Nick Robinson.
Plus Maggie Alphonsi tells us why she's so excited about the women's game getting a Barbarians team.
October 9, 2017
This week Brian is in conversation with George Chuter, Lee Byrne, Nigel Owens, Emily Scarratt and Garry Schofield. Plus we speak to Rob Andrew about his new book which you can read extracts from in Telegraph all week.
October 2, 2017
Alongside Brian Moore this week to discuss the latest news and action from the world of rugby is James Simpson-Daniel.
We hear from James Haskell on that Marler incident and his thoughts on proposals to extend the season. We speak to Stephen Ferris to get his account of the Pro14 so far. Plus England captain, Sarah Hunter, talks through the women's Premier 15s third round, and Garry Schofield predicts his Super League champion.
And we have the return of Nigel Owens to the podcast.
September 26, 2017
Alongside Brian this week the Telegraph’s rugby news correspondent Gavin Mairs.
We speak with Newcastle Falcons' Director of Rugby, Dean Richards, and the RPA’s CEO Damien Hopley. We get a look at the PRO 14 with former Scarlet, Rupert Moon and Eorl Crabtree joins to give us a run down of the Super League play offs.
Plus stay tuned to the end to hear Brian's BIG rant.
September 18, 2017
Joining Brian Moore this week is former Scotland scrum half Rory Lawson.
This week guests include: Worcester captain Donncha O’Callaghan, European Rugby Chairman Simon Halliday, and former Ireland international Reggie Corrigan. As always we talk rugby league with Phil Caplan, and Quins coach Gary Street takes us through the first weekend of the women’s Premier 15s.