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Ep 17: Beef 'n Greens
On the day he turns 65, Lord Botham joins Will and Rupert on this week's episode to discuss a wide range of subjects including his grandson James playing for Wales, watching the third Test of the Lions tour with Allan Border in Sydney in 2013 and loyalty in the dressing room.
Will and Rupert also pay tribute to Christophe Dominici who has died at the age of 48. Dominici was capped 67 times by France between 1998 and 2007, and scored 25 tries for Les Bleus.
2009 Lions Rugby Retro: Jamie Heaslip
Jamie Heaslip joined James Gemmell and Miles Harrison to reflect on the brutal and heart-breaking second Test of the 2009 Lions tour to South Africa.
Ep 16: Cooper Trooper
On the pod this week, Quade Cooper dialled in from Japan to give his take on the state of play in the southern hemisphere as well as talking through his career, making plain his ambition to keep improving and maybe even playing in the gold jersey of Australia again. Rupert & Will also review the first round of the Autumn Nations Cup and Argentina's history making win over the All Blacks in Sydney.
2005 Lions Rugby Retro: Dan Carter
Joining Miles Harrison & James Gemmell it's Dan Carter who comes under the Rugby Retro spotlight. He produced what many regard as the perfect performance in the second test of the New Zealand v Lions series in 2005
Ep 15: Let's Talk Pacifics
Will & Rupert look back at the card-fest that was Australia's win in round 2 of the Tri-Nations and look forward to the Autumn Nations Cup. They are also joined by two special guests in the form of former Samoan Internationals Dan Leo & Mike Umaga. Dan & Mike discuss their work for 'Pacific Rugby Players Welfare' and the next instalment of their upcoming documentary/film 'Oceans Apart'
2001 Lions Rugby Retro: Rob Henderson
The British & Irish Lions ultimately lost the 2001 series against Australia but in the first test they delivered arguably their greatest ever performance. Rob Henderson joins James Gemmell & Miles Harrison to remember the incredible scenes of that night in Brisbane.