The Wales semi-final pod: Moriarty, Beard and a martial arts expert
Chris visits the Wales camp ahead of their World Cup semi-final against South Africa. Adam Beard talks about almost getting into a fight with Alun Wyn-Jones and Ross Moriarty relives his eventful game against France. Nicky Robinson, Matt Dawson and Paul Grayson look at what Wales need to improve on to reach a first World Cup final. Plus, Chris speaks to the martial arts expert who's been helping Wales during their stay in Japan.
The final four, Peyper's photo and Sinckler's prank calls
Chris and Danny go big on Kyle Sinckler and reveal his love for a prank call. There's some love for Tom Curry (sort of) and they both pick a combined England and All Black XV. Jaco Peyper's photo with the Wales fans is a big talking point and so is Sebastien Vahaamahina's red card. There's also a look at the other semi-final between Wales and South Africa.
Bonus Pod: Oita utopia for Wales and England
Chris Jones has taken control of a bonus pod and brought Matt Dawson and Jamie Heaslip along to dissect quarter-final weekend. England and Wales march on but can anyone stop the All Blacks? And where did it go so wrong for Ireland?
Ford loses keys to No 10, Welsh optimism and hedgehog cafes
Chris Jones and Tom Fordyce visit the England and Wales camps ahead of the quarter-finals. George Ford being dropped is the big talking point at the England hotel. Billy Vunipola joins the pod to discuss World Cup legacies and Tom has been to see Joe Marler to chat hedgehog cafes and the Aussies. George North talks about Hadleigh Parkes’ budgie smugglers and why the Wales camp is so relaxed. Plus, Stirling Mortlock gives us some insight into Michael Cheika and Eddie Jones.
The All Blacks: A Podumentary
What does it take to be an All Black? Chris Jones takes an in-depth look into the New Zealand rugby team – but to give us a proper insight into the All Blacks we needed to recruit some big names, so we called on Tana Umaga, Keven Mealamu and Andrew Mehrtens. They tell us about the lure of the silver fern, the pressure that comes with it, what it takes to be captain and the cultural significance of the Haka.