Rugby Tonight Podcast

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Synopsis

All the best bits from BT Sports live rugby studio programme, including interviews with the biggest names in the sport, plus an exclusive weekly chat with two of our team of rugby legends, including Lawrence Dallaglio, Brian ODriscoll, Ben Kay, Austin Healey and Ugo Monye. They will be analysing all the major talking points and looking ahead to the weekends matches from the Aviva Premiership, European Champions Cup and beyond. To get involved tweet @btsportrugby with your questions and be sure to tune in every Wednesday at 8pm on Facebook and Twitter for our live social show.

Episodes

  • Will Saracens or Clermont be crowned kings of Europe?

    11/05/2017 Duration: 52min

    Hosts Craig Doyle and Sarra Elgan are joined Harlequins and Wales' Jamie Roberts and resident rugby experts Ben Kay and David Flatman to preview the Champions Cup final between Clermont Auvergne and Saracens along with the Challenge Cup title decider between Gloucester and Stade Francais. Ahead of both games, that will be broadcast live on BT Sport this weekend, we also speak to Saracens playmaker Owen Farrell and Clermont flyer David Strettle. The gang also analyse the pool draw for the 2019 Rugby World Cup tournament that saw England handed another tough task and they reflect on a thrilling final round of Aviva Premiership action that decided the play-off picture.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

  • Saracens and Clermont set up euro showdown

    27/04/2017 Duration: 31min

    Host Sarra Elgan is joined by Harlequins prop Adam Jones and resident rugby experts Austin Healey and Ben Kay to analyse the Champions Cup semi-finals that saw Saracens and Clermont Auvergne book their places in the Edinburgh finale. The British & Irish Lions and England squad announcements also come under the microscope and Austin and Ben also share their favourite tour memories. The team also reflect on the mixed fortunes for Gloucester and Bath in the Challenge Cup semi-finals and preview the latest round of Aviva Premiership action.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

  • Saracens set the Champions Cup standard

    06/04/2017 Duration: 31min

    Host Sarra Elgan is joined by Bath wing Matt Banahan and resident rugby experts Lawrence Dallaglio and Austin Healey to reflect on all the action and drama from the Champions Cup and Challenge Cup quarter-finals. Saracens star Maro Itoje reflects on his season for club and country while the gang also preview the latest Aviva Premiership action and consider whether anyone has forced their way into the British & Irish Lions reckoning with their performance at the weekend.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

  • Crunch time in Champions Cup

    30/03/2017 Duration: 47min

    Hosts Craig Doyle and Sarra Elgan are joined by Brian O'Driscoll and Lawrence Dallaglio to preview this weekend's Champions Cup and Challenge Cup quarter-finals. Doyle also visits Leinster and Ali Eykyn drops in on Wasps ahead of their Dublin clash and we also hear from Toulon coach Mike Ford. Former England 7s star Ollie Phillips is also in the studio to promote the Rugby Players' Association's 'Lift The Weight' campaign to highlight the importance of mental health. The gang also debate the make-up of the British & Irish Lions' squad for this summer's tour to New Zealand and 'Sporting Soprano' Laura Wright also showcases her vocal talents by opening and closing the show with World in Union and Jerusalem respectively.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

  • Ireland end England's winning run

    23/03/2017 Duration: 49min

    Host Craig Doyle is joined by resident rugby experts Brian O'Driscoll and Austin Healey to reflect on the final round of the Six Nations and analyse Ireland's Grand Slam-busting victory over England in Dublin. England Women's Sarah Hunter and Amy Wilson-Hardy also drop by to talk about their Six Nations Grand Slam success and plans for the new Women's Super League. The team also discuss the new global calendar announced by World Rugby and preview the return of the Aviva Premiership.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

  • No-ruck rugby steals all the headlines

    02/03/2017 Duration: 33min

    Host Martin Bayfield is joined by regular rugby experts Ben Kay and David Flatman to reflects on the latest Six Nations action including Italy's controversial approach to their clash with England at Twickenham. Sarra Elgan and Austin Healey also report from the Matt Hampson 2017 Six Nations Dinner where they speak to former internationals Craig Chalmers, Adam Jones and Bob Casey while Ali Eykyn reports from the latest England training camp in Oxford. The gang also review the latest Aviva Premiership action and look forward to another crucial weekend of top-class club rugby.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

  • Stage set for Wales v England showdown

    09/02/2017 Duration: 33min

    Former Scotland international Chris Paterson and England cricketer Jonny Bairstow join host Craig Doyle and resident rugby experts Austin Healey and Ben Kay to review the opening round of Six Nations action and look ahead to this weekend's clashes. Nick Mullins visits the England camp ahead of their showdown with Wales in Cardiff and the gang also preview the return of the Aviva Premiership.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

  • Six Nations Special

    02/02/2017 Duration: 45min

    Hosts Craig Doyle and Martin Bayfield are joined by England and Harlequins flanker Chris Robshaw and regulars Lawrence Dallaglio and Ugo Monye to preview the opening round of action in this year's Six Nations. We also hear from Scotland fly-half Finn Russell, Italy head coach Conor O'Shea and England's Paul Gustard and Jamie George. There's also an update from England Sevens' James Rodwell and Phil Burgess and the gang also recap the latest Anglo-Welsh Cup action as the race hots up for the semi-finals.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

  • England stick with Hartley as captain

    26/01/2017 Duration: 41min

    Host Martin Bayfield is joined by regulars Lawrence Dallaglio and Ugo Monye as well as Gloucester hooker Richard Hibbard to reflect on a dramatic final round of pool stage action in the Champions Cup and Challenge Cup. Ali Eykyn also reports from the launch of this year's Six Nations where Dylan Hartley was confirmed as England's captain and the team also preview the return of the Anglo-Welsh Cup this weekend.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

  • Who will make the Champions Cup quarter-finals?

    19/01/2017 Duration: 32min

    Hosts Sarra Elgan and Martin Bayfield are joined by Saracens lock Jim Hamilton and resident rugby expert Ben Kay to reflect on the latest Champions Cup action and the battle for a place in the quarter-finals. We also hear from Glasgow Warriors head coach Gregor Townsend ahead of his side's crunch clash with Leicester and Ben Ryan following his appointment as a consultant for the Welsh Rugby Union. The gang also analyse the squads named by Wales and Scotland for the forthcoming Six Nations.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

  • Battle for European glory resumes

    12/01/2017 Duration: 37min

    Hosts Sarra Elgan and Craig Doyle are joined by Ulster's Ruan Pienaar, Bristol's Tom Varndell and resident rugby experts Austin Healey and Ben Kay to preview the latest Champions Cup and Challenge Cup action while top referee Wayne Barnes is also on hand to analyse some of the controversial decisions involving the new tackle Law directives recently issued by World Rugby.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

  • Axe falls on Tigers boss Cockerill

    05/01/2017 Duration: 46min

    Host Martin Bayfield is joined by resident rugby experts Ben Kay and Ugo Monye to reflect on the latest Premiership action and the stunning departure of Leicester Tigers' director of rugby Richard Cockerill. Saracens and England lock George Kruis is also in the studio as he gears up for the Six Nations while England Sevens stars Phil Burgess, James Rodwell, Charlie Hayter and Callum Sirker ahead of the latest stop on the Sevens World Series.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

  • Rugby must do more to tackle concussion

    29/12/2016 Duration: 44min

    The Rugby Tonight team are joined by Canada star Jamie Cudmore, Saracens forwards coach Alex Sanderson and female referee Clare Daniels to round up the biggest stories from the Aviva Premiership, including the ongoing debate over concussion and how World Rugby’s new tackle laws will affect the game.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

  • Saints avoid punishment over North head injury

    22/12/2016 Duration: 41min

    Host Sarra Elgan is joined by resident rugby experts Ben Kay, Ugo Monye and David Flatman to reflect on the results of a review into Northampton Saints' handling of George North's latest head injury. Harlequins' Luke Wallace also drops by to help the team analyse the latest European clashes and ahead to a busy festive period packed with top-class Premiership clashes.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

  • Eddie Jones: The Perfect Year

    16/12/2016 Duration: 28min

    England head coach Eddie Jones sits down for an exclusive interview with BT Sport's Alistair Eykyn to reflect on his side's unbeaten 2016.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

  • Hartley handed six-week ban for reckless tackle

    15/12/2016 Duration: 38min

    Hosts Sarra Elgan and Martin Bayfield are joined by regular rugby experts Lawrence Dallaglio, Austin Healey and Brian O'Driscoll to reflect on the all the latest Champions Cup and Challenge Cup action including a red card and a six-week ban for Northampton and England hooker Dylan Hartley. There's also an exclusive interview with England head coach Eddie Jones and the team also preview this weekend's European action.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

  • Will England extend winning run against Australia?

    01/12/2016 Duration: 31min

    Hosts Sarra Elgan and Craig Doyle are joined by former England captain Lewis Moody and regulars Austin Healey and Ben Kay to review the latest international action and look ahead to England's final showdown with Australia at Twickenham on Saturday. The gang also review the latest Aviva Premiership action and discuss the Six Nations' decision to trial a bonus points system starting with next year's Championship.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

  • Residency rules overshadow Fiji clash

    17/11/2016 Duration: 41min

    Martin Bayfield is joined by resident rugby experts Lawrence Dallaglio and Andy Goode, Saracens' Alex Lozowski, former England lock Nigel Redman and ex-USA international Dan Lyle to review the weekend's international action and look ahead to the latest inter-hemisphere clashes. The gang also analyse the latest Anglo-Welsh Cup clashes and cast an eye ahead to the return of the Aviva Premiership this weekend.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

  • Will England beat South Africa?

    10/11/2016 Duration: 45min

    Hosts Craig Doyle and Sarra Elgan are joined by legendary Australia wing David Campese and regular rugby experts Austin Healey and David Flatman to review the latest international action including Ireland's historic victory over New Zealand and also look ahead to England's opening autumn international against South Africa on Saturday. The gang also reflect on the opening Anglo-Welsh Cup action and the sacking of Bristol's director of rugby Andy Robinson.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

  • Mike Phillips exclusive interview

    03/11/2016 Duration: 24min

    Wales and British and Irish Lions legend Mike Phillips joins BT Sport’s Sarra Elgan for an exclusive interview about the scrum-half’s remarkable career, his move to Sale Sharks and life after rugby.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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