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Brits and the Bok-lash

Former Springbok and World Cup winner Schalk Brits joins us this week to fill us in on the second Test, the refereeing in South Africa, and what he thinks will happen in the deciding third Test

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Lions Roar With Price-Less Win!

Scrum half Ali Price joins the show this week to chat about the emotion of being handed a starting jersey, facing Faf de Klerk, Warren Gatland’s half-time team talk, toasting victory in the bubble, preparations for the second Test, and much more

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Inside the Lions’ Lair and Test Selection

Big Jim and Goodey name their starting XVs for the first Test before chatting to strength and conditioning coach and former Great Britain rugby league international Jon Clarke

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It’s Not Coming Home, but Maybe It Should Be!

Plus, there’s also talk about how Big Jim and Goodey would fare in a penalty shootout, Marcus Smith’s Lions call-up ahead of Johnny Sexton, Alun Wyn Jones’s Lazarus-esque recovery, the unofficial fourth Test against South Africa A, and more

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Oh Captains, My Captains!

We’re joined by a pair of skippers this week as legendary former Springboks captain John Smit fills us in on the Boks and Lewis Ludlow discusses capping off a hell of a season in style

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The Perfect Premiership Final

Plus, we hear from Quins coach Jerry Flannery about how angry he was when Paul Gustard left, the unique culture at the club, and how they turned things around

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The Mighty Quins and Humble Pie

The guys and guest Nick Evans discuss how far Marcus Smith can go, whether the Harlequins’ Premiership semifinal against Bristol was the best Premiership game we’ve ever seen, and much more

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Bears’ Rise and Champion Chiefs

Big Jim and Goodey are joined by Bristol second row Dave Attwood to discuss topping the Premiership, what sets the Bears and Pat Lam apart, the contrast with his time at Toulon, and much more

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Fracas, Finals, and Fitzgerald

Big Jim and Goodey look ahead to the final round of Premiership fixtures, consider who might captain England this summer, and chat all things British and Irish Lions with former Ireland and Lions wing Luke Fitzgerald

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Manu Tuilagi and Summer Tours

Manu talks about how tough the road back to fitness has been, how much of an impression Alex Sanderson has made on him, and whether he’s still holding out hope of playing for the Lions in South Africa this summer