"We can play rugby and we want to prove it" - Jodie Cunningham
Dave Woods speaks to the England and St Helens Women's Super League star Jodie Cunningham about why we should all be taking the women's game seriously; John Burke, the would be 70s superstar cut down by devastating injury tells his inspiring story and Andrew Henderson says London could be the future for rugby league.
How do you fix a problem like rugby league?
Dave Woods convenes a panel of three PR and marketing professionals to discuss how rugby league can improve its image, attract new fans and what the sport can learn from Eddie Hearn.
Rob Parker: A Rugby League Thespian
Former prop forward Rob Parker tells Dave Woods how rugby league has helped inspire his acting career ahead of the release of his new film Walk Like a Panther; St Helens and proud Cumbrian Kyle Amor reveals his thoughts on the way forward for rugby league in his home county; Brian Noble gives an update on what’s happening in Toronto while the Wolfpack are playing in England and the club’s Chris O’Connor reveals the life of a rugby league analyst.
Where have all the nicknames gone?
Dave Woods hears from Leeds Rhino's Stevie Ward on how mediation has made him a better player; the Warrington chief executive Karl Fitzpatrick reveals how he went from the playing field to the boardroom; Ray French remembers St Helens great Geoff Pimblett and Phil Wilkinson of the Wigan Observer discusses where all the sport's nicknames such as 'The Brick with Eyes', 'the Axe' and 'the Wall' have gone.
The Return of Wayne Bennett
Dave Woods gets an insight into the re-appointment of Wayne Bennett as England coach from the RFL's Director of Rugby Kevin Sinfield and discovers why Bennett has a 2 year deal and who else was in the running; plus the current Chief Executive of the RFL Ralph Rimmer gives his thoughts on International games, the way forward for the sport, the Challenge Cup schedule and whether there's a plan for a Cumbrian development.