Join the Radio Sport team as we celebrate 22 years of sport. Jason Pine hosts a special 3 part podcast as we reflect on 22 years of sport on the radio. The losses, the wins, and the fans. The voices that became so famous with sport on the radio over 22 years. Radio Sport Extra Time Podcast – delivered thanks to KFC
Radio Sport Extra Time Part 3
In the final part of Radio Sport Extra Time with KFC, Jason Pine chats with night show host Eli Mwaijumba and weekend producer Mark Kelly who take you behind the scenes of Radio Sport as they share their sport memories. Martin Devlin the man who was Radio Sport’s original breakfast host 22 years go and in recent years the host of the DRS takes Radio Sport Extra Time to the finish line. Devlin chats to the voice of cricket Bryan Waddle, Rugby Commentator Nigel Yalden and his old producer Hayden O’Neil. As voted by the listeners with Top 5 sporting moments from 22 years, plus some old Radio Sport and sporting voicing Stephen Donald, Tim Southee, Sophie Devine, Katey Martin, Simon Doull, Micheal Luck, Blair Tuke, Rowena Duncum and Paul Allison.
Radio Sport Extra Time Part 2
In the second part of Radio Sport Extra Time with KFC, Daniel McHardy and Louis Herman-Watt share their sporting moments from the Radio Sport afternoon show and a chat with Phil Tataurangi from Tee Time. Daniel and Wellington rugby co-commentator Ross Bond share some of their great sporting commentary highlights with a tribute to the late, great Graeme Moody. D'Arcy Waldegrave a 20 year veteran of Radio Sport is joined by his drive producers Angus Mabey to reflect on sporting moments from the drive home, which includes a chat with old mates driven co-host Bob McMurray, former drive producer Goran Paladin and James Parsons. Plus some old Radio Sport and sporting voicing from the past 22 years Ian Foster, Graeme Agars, PJ Montgomery, Craig Cumming, Tabai Matson, Brian Ashby, Andrew Dewhurst, Steve Hansen, Eric Murray, Andrew Alderson and Mark Richardson.
Radio Sport Extra Time Part 1
In the first part of Radio Sport Extra Time with KFC, the Radio Sport Breakfast team of Kent Johns, Nathan Rarere and Marc Peard reflect on their time at Radio Sport including the mince on toast tour, time in Arizona and The Rambler with Mark Stafford. Jason Pine is joined by Miles Davis and his morning producer Sam Hewat as they look back on 22 years of sport including the big All Whites moment in South Africa in 2010. Plus some old Radio Sport and sporting voicing from the past 22 years Brendan Telfer, Grant Elliott, David Chote, Rikki Swannell, Kevin Hart, Graeme Hill, Doug Golightly and Dane Coles
COPING WITH A LOCKDOWN
Kai Kara-France talks about Peard’s Stink birthday present, Dan Dibley has a roster set up for his lounge, Enda Brady is having a beer and Warriors Superfan Ivan tells us if he wants his money back@dandibley@SkyEnda
Staffy has shaved his head, Eric Murray’s 8 year old is trying to take a chunk out of the wall with a Sabre Saw, Martin Gillingham is trying hill runs and NZOC Boss Kereyn Smith is trying to figure out how to progress in these COVID times.PLUS our weirdest rambler ever! The RSB is still on-air@StafNZ
THE LAST DOMINO FALLS
Cameron George, Warriors CEO, who does believe the NRL has had the players' welfare as a priority. The Warriors are due home today.
Kereyn Smith, NZOC Secretary-General, who thinks it looks likely the Olympics will indeed be postponed. She thinks that would be a better decision than a cancellation.
Jonathan Macri, Sports Illustrated NBA writer in lockdown in NY City, on the strangeness of a very quirt New York City.
Andrew Voss, Fox NRL commentator, who thinks the NRL were probably told by the Australian PM privately to suspend the season.
Customer ReviewsSee All
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Finally a show that has been tailored to my taste. I spend hours in my car, the silence will now be filled with good humour, sports info and an excellent job of background research. Couldn’t possibly ask for more.
Brilliant for when I can’t listen live and need a catch up on the day. Will be recommending to all Kiwis I know overseas as well - great way to catch up with what’s going on at home.
Finally radio sport gets the podcasts sorted
Long overdue; and great to see the tennis back with M Brown. Being able to listen to Mexted without overly exposing yourself to Mr Devlin. Perfect.