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Extra Time for 12 September 2014 ( 36′ 37″ )
15:00 In Extra Time this week All Blacks coach Steve Hansen calls for the rugby rule book to be thrown out, the All Blacks and Samoa agree on a date, while Gentleman Jean de Villiers celebrates 100th test for the Springboks. The Wellington Phoenix finally get their man, with midfielder Michael McGlinchey cleared to play. Racing clamps down on betting by jockeys, the Black Sticks veteran Krystal Forgesson call it quits after 220 test caps. Is the end nigh for boxer Shane Cameron? while NRL rugby league scouts descend on south Auckland.
Extra Time for 5 September 2014 ( 31′ 3″ )
12:00 In Extra Time this week, Radio New Zealand Sport asks the All Blacks what they think of Argentina and how long will it be before they lose to them. Black Caps coach Mike Hesson has extended his contract with the national cricket side, but how long does he think he'll stay with them. It's been a successful week for a number of New Zealand athletes on the world stage... rowing, athletics and triathlon have all been in the news and we hear from some medals winner. The Geraldine driver Hayden Paddon has had an encouraging start to his WRC career, but he wants more at next week's Rally Australia.
Extra Time for 29 August 2014 ( 30′ 10″ )
15:00 In Extra Time with Stephen Hewson this week... the Tall Blacks begin their world cup campaign with Kirk Penney back after after a two year break from international duty. Are the Warriors still in playoff contention? Captain Simon Mannering vents his frustration at his NRL season continually finishing early. Rowers Hamish Bond and Eric Murray chase a rare double at the rowing world champs. We catch up with Hamish Carter ten years after his historic win in the triathlon at Athens and ask him why New Zealand's no longer at the top of the triathlon tree. Northern Districts suffer a double blow ahead of the Champions League Twenty 20 cricket competition.
Extra Time for 22 August ( 33′ 7″ )
16:00 In the programme this week we hear from Cory Jane before the second Bledisloe Cup test; talk football with the Phoenix and the All Whites new coach and we catch up with Mahe Drysdale for the World Rowing Championships. We also look at the New Zealand swim team who are aiming to improve at the Pan Pacific Championships and talk to the New Zealand tennis player, Artem Sitak, about his US Open campaign.
Extra Time for 15 August 2014 ( 24′ 45″ )
14:40 In the programme this week we preview the start of the Rugby Championship, talk football with the All Whites and the Junior Football Ferns and review New Zealand's success at the recent Canoe Sprint World Championships.
Extra Time for 8 August 2014 ( 29′ 56″ )
15:00 In Extra Time this week we wrap up a very successful Commonwealth Games for New Zealand and hear from more of our medal winners as well as those administrating sports. The Hamilton teenager David Nyika won gold in the boxing ring, while the evergreen Nick Willis claimed a bronze medal in the 1500 metres, however he was disappointed not to get more. What now for some our successful and not so successful sports. We also hear from one of Scotland's greatest ever athletes, the sprinter Allan Wells. Anthony Hudson has been confirmed as the new All Whites coach, we get an insight about the young Englishman and what he's got planned for the national side. And good news for the New Zealand equestrian Jock Paget, who has been cleared of doping charges, allowing him to compete at the World Equestrian Games.
Extra Time for 1 August 2014 ( 32′ 36″ )
12:00 In the programme this week - It's Glasgow gold as we to the Commonwealth Games to catch up with New Zealand's victorious athletes, we talk to the record breaking track cyclists about their historic medal haul, we speak to road cyclist Linda Villumsen about breaking the gold medal drought she thought might never end, we stay on the bike but head to the hills to discuss strategy with gold medalist mountain biker Anton Cooper, we talk to gold medalist lawn bowler Jo Edwards about silencing the critics, we speak to the incomparable Valerie Adams as her shot put domination continues unabated, we talk to Commonwealth champions Lauren Boyle and Sophie Pascoe who saved the blushes of the New Zealand swimming team in the Glasgow pool, we chew the fat with weightlifter Richie Patterson who left his gold medal winning run rather late and lest we forget, we catch up with the Crusaders coach Todd Blackadder as his team chase a record 8th Super Rugby title.
Extra Time for 25 July 2014 ( 22′ 25″ )
12:30 The best interviews from Radio New Zealand Sport for the week ending Friday 25 July. In the programme this week - we head to Glasgow for the Commonwealth Games as New Zealand claims it's first gold medal and we talk to the coach of the champion men's sprint cycling team, we catch up with boxing medal hope Alexis Pritchard ahead of her first bout, we hear from the All Blacks captain Richie McCaw as he makes a well timed return from injury for the Crusaders Super Rugby semi-final, we pick the brain of the Warriors winger Manu Vatuvei ahead of their NRL litmus test against the table topping Sea Eagles and we chew the fat with the English Premier League football manager Alan Pardew as his Newcastle United squad continue their New Zealand tour.
Extra Time for 18 July 2014 ( 32′ 2″ )
16:50 This week we review the football World Cup from the perspectives of the finalists Germany and Argentina. The departing Hurricanes coach Mark Hammett looks back on his controversial tenure while the Chiefs look ahead to the Super Rugby playoffs. The Phoenix get ready for a pre-season tournament against two English Premier League clubs and a star player returns to the New Zealand Breakers. The All Black Sevens prepare to defend their Commonwealth Games title and the New Zealand Olympic champion 470 sailors capsize to bronze in Athens.
Extra Time for 11 July 2014 ( 31′ 42″ )
17:00 In Extra Time this week there's a Commonwealth Games focus. New Zealand'sadvance party has arrived in Glasgow and is setting up base. We talk to the head of the New Zealand Olympic and Commonwealth Games committee Keryen Smith about lies ahead. Down and out in the Tour de France, but back on his bike for Glasgow, Greg Henderson discusses his quick recovery. Staying on our bike we hear how technology is powering bike's bid for medals in Glagow and we talk to rugby sevens supremo Gordon Tietjens as he seeks to maintain the side's 16 year unbeaten run at the Games. And the Black Caps top 20 are announced.
Extra Time 4 July 2014 ( 33′ 31″ )
18:25 The best interviews from Radio New Zealand Sport for the week ending Friday 4th July. This week, the vexed issue of fixing in cricket - the aftermath of the Lou Vincent life ban, and why the Cricket Players' Association don't believe the ban will help. Plus: Super Rugby hits squeaky bum time as the playoffs loom large. We talk to a Breakers legend about why he's come out of retirement for the National Basketball League finals, we meet the new Wellington Phoenix striker Nathan Burns, and we talk the likely demise of the historic Italian Grand Prix with former Formula One driver Chris Amon.
Extra Time for 27 June 2014 ( 30′ 27″ )
14:16 Equestrian New Zealand include rider Jock Paget in their world games team despite a drugs suspension still hanging over him. The Black Caps chase history in the Carribean, while corruption allegations fail to sway New Zealand Cricket officialdom at the ICC's annual meeting in Melbourne. New Zealand rowers continue to dominate internationally, there'll be no second chance for Tall Black contenders ahead of the world champs and the Black Sticks announce their lineup for the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.