This week Italy Head Coach Conor O'Shea joins to look back at the match everyone is still talking about, England v Italy. Former England international, now Chairman of EPRC, Simon Halliday, and former Ireland international Donal Lenihan, give their thoughts on the 6 Nations so far. Plus Gary Street tells us all about the new Women's Super Rugby, Eorl Crabtree gives us a Super League update and Brendan Atwell talks Super Rugby with us.
In this week's episode they're looking back at round 3 of the 6 Nations with the help of Scott Hastings, Paul Wallace and Rupert Moon. Plus there's all the latest from the Super League and a Super Rugby update. And as always, top referee Nigel Owens joins to dissect the laws of the game.
In this week's episode the Telegraph's Rugby News Correspondent Gavin Mairs will be alongside Brian to discuss the surprises and shocks of the 6 Nations so far as well as the latest Premiership action. Joining them are Gloucester legend James Simpson-Daniel, current cherry and whites hooker Richard Hibbard, Nigel Owens is back again to answer any questions, Rugby League legend Paul Cooke gives his take on the World Club Series, plus Australian journalist Alex Broun gives us a preview to the Super Rugby season. We also begin our first look into the Team Behind The Team as we build up to the Lions Tour later this year.
In this week's episode Brian is joined by a show favourite Nick Evans to discuss all things 6 Nations and Premiership based. Also joining are World Cup winner Lewis Moody, Scotland legend Gavin Hastings, Martyn Williams, and Reggie Corrigan. As well as Nigel Owens' regular slot we're also crossing codes to talk with Huddersfield Giants' Ryan Brierly as the Super League gets underway and getting an update on the Women's Six Nations with World Cup winning coach Gary Street.
In the second episode of The Telegraph's new rugby show Brian Moore is joined by former England coach Stuart Lancaster and will be reflecting on the opening Six Nations weekend with women's international Kat Merchant, plus Jim Hamilton, Malcolm O'Kelly and Rupert Moon representing Scotland, Ireland and Wales. Every week leading referee Nigel Owens will answer your questions from the week’s action.
We kick off the series with an exclusive Eddie Jones interview and former Lion and Saint, Alex Corbisiero, who joins Brian in the studio to dissect and preview the Six Nations. During the show you’ll also hear from Conor O’Shea, Sean Lamont, Tom Shanklin, Shane Byrne, and Bernard Jackman. Plus every week leading referee Nigel Owens will answer your questions from the week’s action.