Ugo Monye, Chris Jones and Danny Care dissect the biggest rugby union stories of the week
Bonus Pod: The big Wales v England preview
Can Wales defy the odds and beat England this weekend? Ugo Monye and Chris Jones chat to Wales flanker Dan Lydiate and Gareth Rhys Owen from the Scrum V podcast. Eddie Jones discusses his team selection and lends his support to under-fire Wales boss Wayne Pivac. We ask how many Wales players would get into the England starting XV? And just what can we expect from this encounter without any fans?
Ashy vs May, a defensive masterclass and private number plates
Chris Ashton is back on the pod to tell Danny Care and Chris Jones why his try against Australia was better than Jonny May's this weekend. England's defence is hailed as the best in the world, but has international rugby become boring to watch? Red Roses scrum-half Natasha Hunt talks about their last gasp victory over France, Danny's on the lookout for a new private number plate and there were some shocks on the opening weekend of the Premiership season.
Los Pumas, Rory Best and Danny's umbrella
Ugo Monye, Danny Care and Chris Jones discuss Argentina's shock victory over the All Blacks in Sydney. Ireland legend Rory Best joins the pod to chat about his new nose, farming, scrums, James Ryan and England's front row. Does George Ford need to play so England can get the best out of Owen Farrell?
Plus, Scotland make it five in a row, a Tigers legend departs ahead of the new Premiership season and Danny gets compared to Steve McClaren for his brolly antics at the weekend.
Bonus Pod: Ben Youngs 100 not out
After marking his 100th cap with two tries and a Six Nations title, Ben Youngs sits down with his old England team-mate Danny Care to reflect on his career so far. Ben reveals all about his first meeting with Eddie Jones involving a bag of Haribo. He recalls making his debut on the wing, picks his favourite England moments and talks about competing with Danny for the number 9 shirt.
Wayne's world, famous cousins and a Royal wedding
What is going on at Wales? Ugo Monye, Danny Care and Chris Jones discuss the issues facing Wayne Pivac ahead of the Autumn Nations Cup. Wales start with a trip to Dublin, but there are also question marks over Andy Farrell and his Ireland team. What can we expect from Scotland and England in this new tournament? Plus, we find out how Rob Kearney is related to President-elect Joe Biden and Danny reveals what it was like to attend Mike Tindall's wedding.
The big Six Nations debrief
Seven months later than planned, the 2020 Six Nations finally has a winner. Ugo Monye, Danny Care and Chris Jones look back at a third title in five years for England, discuss whether Super Saturday lived up to its name and whether losing points are good for the championship. Red Roses captain Sarah Hunter joins the pod after they secured back-to-back Grand Slams. Everyone is getting excited by the French, but the same can't be said for Ireland and Wales. And no end of competition pod is complete without a team of the tournament.