The Rugby Pod 13 December, 2018
Big Jim's away in South Africa so Big Joe Marler's back in the studio to make some more waves after the dust has just about settled on his last visit! He talks players getting paid too much, his feelings during the autumn internationals and much more. And, we catch up with Gloucester back row Jake Polledri to hear about his journey from Subway to superstar.
RugbyPass Exceptional Stories: Henry Fraser
A freak accident on a Portuguese beach left Henry Fraser, a sport-obsessed teenager and promising rugby player at the Saracens academy paralyzed from the shoulders down. The life-changing injury would go on to become an inspirational story of triumph over adversity.
The Rugby Pod 6 December, 2018
As well as discussing Leicester's latest travails, Sarries marching on, Quins ending Exeter's run and all of the other Premiership action, Gary Graham calls in to fill us in on exactly what happened with his switch of allegiance from England back to Scotland, tell us what his dad made of it all and discuss whether Eddie Jones knew who he was! All that plus Jim's notes on the PRO14, a few transfer rumours and the week rounded up in the Goode, the Bad and the Ugly.
The Season - Series 3 - Episode 3
As the countdown continues to the Grand Final, various aspects of the players lives are revealed; Sean Hurdle and Scott Svenson chat about nerves, boarders Swayde Brightwell and Sam Clarke reflect on the growth of the team while Neyla Masima and Cullen Goldsmith get vocal during training.
The Season - Series 3 - Episode 2
Stream holds off a galant performance from St. Pats Town as the favourites eventually secure victory and Luke Mannix is awarded the prestigious ‘Belt’.
The Season - Series 3 - Episode 1
A look inside one of New Zealand’s iconic rugby colleges as the First XV edge closer to re-writing the record books in the school’s esteemed 86-year sporting history. The team is in the final days of preparation before the Traditional match against brother school St Pat’s Town.
Sevens From Heaven is the story of Fiji Rugby Sevens, the winners of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2015/16 and the team that inspired the world in Rio when they won Fiji's first ever Olympic medal, and a gold at that! Discover how a tiny island nation with limited resources took on the world at Rugby Sevens and won. Go inside the team with never-before-seen footage to see what it took to take a team from an island in the South Pacific to becoming the best in the world.
Across the 2017/18 HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series, HSBC are exploring the anatomy of a Rugby Sevens player, some of the most impressive athletes in world sport, by examining the importance of Body, Mind and Soul. In this film, Brian O’Driscoll proves just what it takes to prepare a body for the gruelling test of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series.
The Short Ball 30 November, 2018
On this last episode of The Short Ball for 2018, our boy Scotty is back in the studio with Mils and a special guest Ali Williams. They chat about All Blacks and where they're headed, Ali living with McCaw, bringing back respect for Rugby as a sport and much much more!
The Rugby Pod 29 November, 2018
Fiji's fantastic win over the French is the talk of the Pod with one of their heroes joining us on the line, we look at Wales' autumn clean sweep and England's walloping of the Wallabies...and Stuart Hogg joins us from the car on the way down to Exeter! All that, plus a bit of Premiership chat, some hot rumours and the week rounded up in the Goode, the Bad and the Ugly.
Operation Jaypan - Part 2
Jaybor continues his journey through Japan ahead of the Rugby World Cup. Part 2 sees Jaybor travel from Osaka all the way through to the south island of Kyushu, stopping off in the remaining host cities of RWC 2019.
Operation Jaypan - Part 1
Follow Jaybor Staunton as he travels from tip to toe of Japan over a packed 10 days to visit the host cities ahead of the Rugby World Cup 2019. Part 1 sees Jaybor travel from the northern city of Sapporo to the bright lights of Tokyo.