David Flatman and Tom Shanklin guide you through the Guinness Six Nations in a series of special podcasts from ITV Sport, out every Monday throughout the tournament.
Reffing Hell For England As Wales Claim Triple Crown
Following an eventful afternoon at the Principality Stadium, Exeter Chiefs winger Alex Cuthbert joins David and Tom to discuss the more controversial moments in the game. And with Ireland thumping the Italians in Rome, Rory Best offers his views on the performance, and reflects more generally about his incredible career. The boys also pick their Team Of The Round and share a couple more of your jokes.
Reffin' Well With Nigel Owens ...
In an episode recorded just before the weekend, Flats & Shanks enjoy the first Championship rest week in the company of legendary referee Nigel Owens and Italian back-rower, Sebastian Negri. As well as giving his verdict on some of the key decisions in the Guinness Six Nations thus far, Nigel reflects upon the highlights of his career, including the World Cup Final at Twickenham in 2015. Seb, meanwhile, joins us from his team bubble, and offers a frank appraisal of where Italy need to improve to silence the doubters. Dave and Tom also deal with your feedback from their last team of the round, and serve up a few more of your jokes.
Red The Script For Wales As France Enhance Their Title Chance
Dan Lydiate joins David and Tom off the back of his terrible season-ending knee injury to reflect upon Wales's dramatic victory over Scotland - and life on the farm with his new bull, McCaw. The lads are also joined by top golfer and lifelong Bath fan, Laurie Canter, who takes Flats on in a devious quiz about his beloved club. They spend a disproportionate amount of time discussing their favourite rugby league players too, and reveal their latest Team Of The Round.
Oh Power Of Scotland
Kenny Logan joins the lads to reflect upon Scotland's first win at Twickenham since 1983 - in what was a truly awesome performance by Gregor Townsend's men. Tom is very happy about Wales victory over Ireland, despite the fact the oppo only had 14 men for most of the match. And it's thumbs up for France's Grand Slam credentials and a thumbs down for Wayne Barnes's hair. This episode also sees the return of the boys' legendary Team Of The Round.
The Boys Are Back In Town ...
Dave and Tom return to ITV for the entirety of the Guinness Six Nations, bringing their inimitable combination of wit, storytelling and expert analysis with them. In this preview show, they speak to John Barclay and Dwayne Peel, assess the chances of all six teams and give their predictions as to who will light up the Championship. They also reflect upon the pitfalls of home schooling, and Shanks has some advice for Flats as to how to improve his appearance during his next photo shoot.
It's Off Games For Flats & Shanks
With no matches being played as a result of the coronavirus, Dave and Tom take the opportunity to reflect upon the performances of all the teams as things stand in the 2020 Guinness Six Nations. They also discuss your feedback on Joe Marler's ban and select their Team Of The Tournament (so far).