Current and former players review the big rugby talking points, tactical goings on and on-field battles
Lions Tour debrief with Seán, Alex, Stuart Hogg, Adam Jones and Schalk Brits
We're putting a House of Rugby bow on the 2021 British & Irish Lions Tour to South Africa. Seán O'Brien and Alex Goode are joined by Adam Jones in the studio, and both Stuart Hogg (from Jersey) and Schalk Brits (from South Africa) dial in to give their thoughts on the tour, and new bonds formed.
Boks win it, Steyn's dagger, Alun Wyn Jones' emotions and Lions' best players
Seán O'Brien and Alex Goode are joined by Matt Dawson and Bobby Skinstad as the House of Rugby team go back over a dramatic Test Series finale that saw the Springboks pip the Lions. We also hear from an emotional and forthright Lions captain, Alun Wyn Jones.
Lions' Last Dance, Bundee's big chance and where the Third Test will be won
Ahead of the Lions vs. Springboks' deciding Third Test, Seán O'Brien and Alex Goode cover all the big team selection calls and talking points. The boys are also joined by top referee JP Doyle to give his perspective on the criticism the officials have had to deal with during the series and he gives us an insight into how a referee prepares for a big game.
Springboks settle the score, controversial calls and Third Test decisions
Seán O'Brien and Alex Goode are joined by Springboks legend Bobby Skinstad to look back on a brutal, controversial Second Test that was dominated by the Springboks and referee calls. They discuss possible changes to the Lions team for the decider.
Rassie ramps it up, where the Second Test will be won, and Mako Vunipola joins us
Alex Goode and Seán O'Brien are joined by Schalk Brits and Lions star Mako Vunipola to look back on another few wild tour days and preview the Second Test against the Springboks.
Stunning comebacks, Itoje's master-piece, controversial calls and Second Test selections
Seán O'Brien and Alex Goode are joined in the House of Rugby studio by Greig Laidlaw to look back on the Lions' First Test win over South Africa, and discuss changes needed to get the job done this weekend.