Chris Ashton and Danny Care sit down Faf de Klerk in those famous South African pants to discuss winning the World Cup, boozy celebrations, the secret to beating England and life back in beautiful Manchester.
A couple of mavericks and the art of box-kicking
Ugo, Danny and Chris Jones chat to Scottish maverick Finn Russell about life in Paris and putting Scotland’s World Cup behind him. We also discuss how Leinster beat up Premiership front-runners Northampton in the Champions Cup, Danny selects his Lions XV and just how difficult is it to execute the perfect box-kick?
Mary, Jesus and a chirpy Northerner
Ugo, Chris and Danny are back together in time for Christmas as we discuss Semi Radradra, Leicester’s woes and the secret behind Northampton’s success. We also chat Wales, Eddie Jones’ book and ask; are Premiership teams better off without England players?
A Finntastic try and the greatest rugby book of all time
Ugo Monye, Chris Ashton and Danny Care discuss Finn Russell's amazing try and the rest of the weekend's Champions Cup action. Ashy is forced to talk about his book Splashdown, but still refuses to reveal how many copies it actually sold. They also chat about drug testing in the sport and providing samples after a game. Natasha Hunt joins the pod after making her 50th cap for the Red Roses and it's the end of the road for Try Star.
Tom Smith: My fight and my family
“The uncertainty is something which provokes fear. I’d like to bring as much certainty as I can to the future of my family." Scottish and Lions legend Tom Smith sits down with Elly Oldroyd to discuss dealing with cancer. In August 2019 Tom was diagnosed with Stage 4 colorectal cancer which has spread to his liver and brain. He talks openly about the devastating news, the support he's received and reflects on his illustrious career.