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More brains than sense... Its the Brains Trust with Brendan Telfer and Ian Smith more »

Former Wallabies skipper Stirling Mortlock is in town for this weekend’s test at Eden Park. He offers an Australian perspective ahead of the big match. more »

Dr Tom Johnson talks about his new book, Legends in Black, and how his findings relate to last Saturday night’s drawn test between the All Blacks and Wallabies in Sydney more »

Former test referee Bob Francis joins Brendan to look at Jaco Peyper’s efforts in the opening Rugby Championship test and other pertinent refereeing matters more »

Former Wallabies first five and current Brumbies coach Stephen Larkham offers an Australian perspective ahead of Saturday night’s test at Eden Park. more »

From across the Tasman it's the Editor of the worlds largest selling rugby league publication, rugby league week, The Mole - Tony Adams. more »

Crankworx event director Tak Mutu explains how he managed to secure the rights to host the world’s biggest mountain bike festival in Rotorua for the next three years. more »

The BoC’s Formula One correspondent – the Daily Express’ Bob McKenzie – brings us up to date on all the latest happenings in the F1 world. more »

Former All Blacks fullback Mils Muliaina played 100 tests for his country, and quarter of them were against Australia. He looks at the trans-Tasman rivalry and the next chapter of his rugby career in Ireland more »

All Blacks cult hero and 2011 Rugby World Cup hero Piri Weepu is with the Breakfast of Champions team in his final interview before he leaves New Zealand to carry on his pro career with London Welsh. more »

Former All Blacks midfielder Pita Alatini joins the team to discuss how the absence of Ma’a Nonu will impact on the Men in Black on Saturday night. more »

not a storm in a teacup, he's THE storm in THE teacup... more »

Canterbury assistant coach and former Munster centre Jason Holland joins us to look at the red and blacks’ emphatic start to the ITM Cup season and their mouth-watering clash against Waikato tomorrow night more »

We get the latest with LiveSPORT reporter John Day more »

here comes our best more »

More Brains than all of the nachos in the land... Its the Brains Trust with Brendan Telfer and Peter Williams more »

Former New Zealand Breaker Dillon Boucher joins Brendan to look at the signing of American Ekene Ibekwe. more »

Courier-Mail rugby writer Jim Tucker brings us all the news from within the Wallabies’ camp ahead of Saturday night’s big test. more »

Getting to know Former All Blacks, NZ Maori, NZ Sevens, Hurricanes, Crusaders, Chiefs, Wellington and Taranaki player. Now coaches Welly 7s team... Scott 'Scooter' Waldrom more »

Our NRL correspondent Andrew Voss is on the show to talk all things rugby league more »