Chris, Danny and Ugo are back again to reflect on the second weekend of the Six Nations. As well as lamenting one of the darkest days in French rugby, they discuss how Jonny May has gone from being possessed by a chicken to world-class winger, and we ask whether Finn Russell is being let down by his Scotland team-mates. Meanwhile, Ugo lets us in on the secret behind his shiny beard, and Danny is disappointed to learn he isn't as good-looking as Mike Phillips. But is he a Test match warrior?
Mako, Manu and Ugo the interceptor
With Ugo having survived Dublin as a 'fan', he joins Danny and Chris to discuss Mako, Manu and the art of the interception after England's opening victory against Ireland. We chat to Wales wing George North in sunny Nice after his man of the match performance in Paris and we play a game of 'Test match animals' ahead of Scotland v Ireland at Murrayfield. We also hear from England prop Sarah Bern on her favourite game in an international jersey and who made our team of the weekend?
Bonus pod – the Six Nations is here!
With 24 hours to go before the start of the Six Nations, Chris joins Ugo from the England camp in Portugal for a bonus episode of the pod. We chat to Jack Nowell after he was named on the England wing rather than in the forwards and our Ireland correspondent Jamie Heaslip explains why Joe Schmidt picked Robbie Henshaw over Jordan Larmour at full-back. We also discuss whether Wales should be concerned by the French team named for Friday’s opener in Paris and will Gary Graham finally make his Scotland debut off the bench?
The Six Nations Preview Special - with Schmidt, Jones, Gatland and Townsend!
Ugo and Chris are back at the launch of the Six Nations where they set the head coaches a mischievous transfer challenge. Warren Gatland and Joe Schmidt reflect on the end of an era, Ireland captain Ciara Griffin talks us through juggling teaching, beef farming and leading her country and a fully-clothed Alun Wyn Jones returns to the pod.
Sexton or Farrell, Russell on fire, and State of England
Ugo, Danny and Chris are reunited on the sofa to discuss the latest Six Nations squad announcements as Danny reflects on his England omission. We debate what Ireland and England would do without Johnny Sexton and Owen Farrell, if Jack Nowell will ever really play on the flank and Ugo waxes lyrical about Scotland's Finn Russell. With the Champions Cup quarter-final line-up complete, we ask what Edinburgh's success means for the Scottish game, and who would win England's version of State of Origin?