On this week’s show Wales rugby star Hadleigh Parkes, 11-time Paralympic champion Tanni Grey-Thompson and Premier League goalkeeping great Mark Schwarzer joined Eleanor Oldroyd. They discuss young sports stars’ behaviour on social media, the issue of forgiveness after Steve Smith and David Warner were welcomed back into the Australia squad and whether the gap between men’s and women’s sport is narrowing. Plus how hard did Hadleigh and his Wales team-mate’s celebrate winning the Grand Slam?
Women Drivers: The W Series
Will the new women-only W Series encourage females into top level motor racing or just segregate them?
When David Coulthard and his team announced a new racing series, just for women, it split opinion. Some were aghast that such a series should exist condemning it as ‘segregation’ at it’s worst. Other’s welcomed the move in an aim to address the imbalance in the sport which hasn't seen a female compete at the top level for well over 25 years.
Jennie Gow is joined by Catherine Bond-Muir, Jamie Chadwick, Flick Haigh and Sophie Williamson- Stothert to discuss the good and bad of the W Series, plus we hear from key figures in motorsport such as David Coulthard and Bernie Ecclestone.
Cheltenham Festival: Al Boum Photo wins the Gold Cup
Our team of Gina Bryce, correspondent Cornelius Lysaght, commentator John Hunt, and Gold Cup winning jockey Andrew Thornton and summariser Charlie Poste look back on the 2019 Cheltenham Gold Cup.
Trainer Willie Mullins is celebrating a first Gold Cup success after finishing runner-up on SIX previous occasions.
The team also round up their highlights of the week.
Who will take the 6 Nations title?
On the eve of the final weekend, Sonja McLaughlan is joined by ex-Wales flanker Martyn William, Rugby Union correspondent Chris Jones and commentator Conor McNamara.
The stage is set for a spectacular finale to the 2019 Six Nations, with three teams still in the running for the title.
But who will be victorious?
Matt Dawson's Rugby Show - Wales 80 minutes from glory
Matt Dawson, Sonja McLaughlan, Paul Grayson and Shane Horgan have their say on the destination of the Six Nations title, the battle of bruising defences in Cardiff and chat Eddie Jones' decision to drop Joe Cokanasiga to protect him from media hype.