March 19, 2018
The NatWest Six Nations are over for another year as Ireland completed the Grand Slam at the weekend, Scotland clinched victory from the jaws of defeat, and Wales beat France to be the best of the rest.
Brian Moore and Rob Andrew are back to review the final round of action across the continent. With England having their worst performance in years, Brian is lost for words, whilst Rob notes that England just can't get their way out of trouble.
Malcolm O'Kelly joins to analyse why Ireland have been a cut above the rest all tournament, and a jubilant Doddie Weir reviews Scotland's commendable campaign.
With Wales' squad depleted through injury, Michael Owen is pleased with the new talent uncovered but says they need to be more clinical.
Nick Heath talks through the Women's Six Nations including where England lost the Grand Slam as well as discussing the state of the pitch on Sunday's match between Italy and Scotland.
Finally, Brian and Rob review their stand out moments of the competition.
March 12, 2018
With one round to go, Ireland are the 2018 NatWest Six Nations champions!
Back to analyse all the action are Brian Moore and Rob Andrew. After a second successive defeat for England, Brian says it's time to ring the changes, whilst Rob believes England have lost part of their identity.
Ireland's Paul Wallace joins to discuss the whether his old side can complete the Grand Slam on Saturday, although the former prop is hesistant that they will succeed.
Despite another loss away from Murrayfield, Scotland have turned a corner according to Scott Hastings but they need to be better at game management. Whilst a buoyant Rupert Moon thinks Wales will finish the tournament in second place.
We also speak with England Women's coach Simon Middleton after his side's unfortunate last minute loss to France. Plus Nigel Owens breaks down the laws around high tackles.
March 5, 2018
In the fallow week of the NatWest 6 Nations Brian Moore and Rob Andrew discuss what has gone wrong for England and how they can turn their fortunes around against France.
Former Leicester and England winger Rory Underwood gives his perspective saying England's performances have been disappointing, as well as a look at the latest round of Premiership action.
With Rassie Erasmus appointed South Africa head coach, Thinus Delport returns to tell all about his old teammate and what the new coach can bring to the Springboks.
We speak to Gloucester-Hartpury coach Susie Appleby about her side's excellent win over league leaders Harlequins.
And we go down to the grassroots of rugby to find out more about NatWest's Rugby Force programme.
February 26, 2018
Round three of the NatWest Six Nations saw Scotland shock England, Ireland overpower Wales, and France get their first win of the tournament.
Brian Moore is back with Rob Andrew to dissect all the action, and work out where England go from here.
Joining them are Sir Ian McGeechan who lauds Gregor Townsend's tactics, Stephen Ferris who thinks Ireland are easily the team to beat, and Adam Jones who finds the positives in Wales' recent losses.
Plus Nigel Owens explains the breakdown and Gary Street gives his analysis of the Women's Six Nations.
February 19, 2018
This week Brian Moore's Full Contact went on tour to Royston Rugby Club to celebrate grassroots rugby.
World Cup winner Will Greenwood came along to take a look at how the NatWest Six Nations have been going so far - including why he thinks England's discipline isn't a majoy concern.
England and Saracens flanker, Hannah Gallagher, gave her analysis of the Women's Six Nations and told us about how she got into rugby.
Plus, we were joined on stage by Mick Clark and Jamie Green of Royston Rugby Club to tell us about the work of NatWest's RugbyForce programme.
February 12, 2018
Brian Moore and Rob Andrew are back to analyse the second round of NatWest Six Nations action, with a bonus Will Carling too.
They unpick England v Wales with Martyn Williams to get his thoughts on that TMO decision. Craig Chalmers tells us why we shouldn't be writing off Finn Russell just yet as he discusses Scotland v France. Plus we head to the Emerald Isle to speak to Reggie Corrigan who says he doesn't know what to make of Ireland just yet after their match against Italy.
And World Cup winner Maggie Alphonsi gives her thoughts on who's stood out for England in the Women's Six Nations so far.
February 5, 2018
Brian Moore and Rob Andrew are back to go through the first weekend of the 2018 NatWest Six Nations.
Joining the show to analyse all the action are former Scotland full back Gavin Hastings, Ireland’s Andrew Trimble, and Wales’ James Hook.
Plus commentator Nick Heath goes through the first weekend of the Women’s Six Nations.
And some Super Bowl discussion as Brian caught up with NFL hopeful Christian Scotland-Williamson to discuss the Eagles incredible victory and his transition from rugby to American Football.
February 1, 2018
A bonus Brian Moore's Full Contact for you this week.
Listen to when Brian Moore went to the England Rugby training camp and spoke with Ben Te'o and Mike Brown about the upcoming NatWest 6 Nations tournament, Eddie Jones, and ice baths.
January 29, 2018
As the Natwest 6 Nations fast approaches Brian is joined in the studio by Rob Andrew to attempt a prediction of what the 2018 tournament will bring.
To help them are Scotland’s assistant coach Mike Blair, former Ireland hooker Shane Byrne, former Welsh winger Shane Williams and Italy's head coach Conor O’Shea.
Plus World Cup Winner Claire Purdy goes through the Women’s 6 Nations.
January 22, 2018
Brian Moore is joined in the studio this week by Telegraph rugby writer, Ben Coles, to discuss the exhilarating weekend of European Cup action.
Brian and Ben speak with Munster and Ireland back rower, Alan Quinlan, on Ireland's Europe and 6 Nations chances. EPCR's Chairman, Simon Halliday, gives his take on the weekend and what they're doing to improve the tournaments. Plus Wasps Ladies Club Captain, Kate Alder, joins after her team ended Saracens unbeaten run.
And regular guest Nigel Owens is back to answer your questions on rugby’s laws and says you're allowed to ruck (so long as it's legal)!