Extra Time

A web-only programme reviewing the week in sport.

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  • Extra Time for 23 January 2015 ( 30′ 42″ )

    18:25 On this week's edition of Extra Time one of the world's most successful sportsmen, English darts champion Phil Taylor, talks about going from pubs to million dollar competitions. The Australian rugby league legend Mal Meninga discusses the Auckland NRL Nines. We hear about how the country's gamblers have helped Basketball New Zealand out to the tune of more than a million dollars. The Silver Ferns assistant coach assesses the side's first hit-out of the year. And New Zealander Jason McCracken discusses his appointment as tournament director for the Rio2016 Olympic men's hockey tournament.

  • Extra Time End of Year ( 34′ 16″ )

    13:00 In Extra Time this week the Radio New Zealand Sport's team reviews 2014 looking back at the highlights and lowlights of the sporting year. Join Stephen Hewson, Barry Guy, Alex Coogan-Reeves, Bridget Tunnicliffe and Vincent Wylie as they discuss the sportsmen and women who were the standout performers of 2014.

  • Extra Time for 19 December 2014 ( 30′ 35″ )

    12:55 In the programme this week, we look at the comings and goings of the All Blacks with Dan Carter and Steve Hansen, recap Auckland City's run at the Club World Cup, talk motorsport with Hayden Paddon and Earl Bamber and investigate the umpire shortage in club cricket.

  • Extra Time for 12 December 2014 ( 25′ 40″ )

    13:05 In Extra Time this week - the future of shot put is under threat, we talk to Commonwealth Games medallist Tom Walsh about the future of his sport. The International Olympic Committee has approved a raft of changes to keep the Games relevant we hear from New Zealand IOC member Barry Maister. The future funding of the country's high performance sports was announced this week we leran who're the winner and the losers. We talk to the hero of Auckland City's penalty shootout win at the FIFA club world cup in Morocco, goalkeeper Tamati Ellison, and hear why running isn't a health hazard!

  • Extra Time for 5 December 2014 ( 29′ 29″ )

    12:00 In Extra Time this week, the venue for the next America's Cup was decided, but it appears it's not the ideal place as far as Team New Zealand is concerned. New Zealand Football sets out its plan for the future. Heavyweight boxer Joseph Parker has his next bout on the road to the big time. We catch up with Silver Ferns netball captain Casey Kopua as she continues her recovery from a major injury and one of our top swimmers in recognised for her efforts out of the pool.

  • Extra Time for 28 November 2014 ( 32′ 43″ )

    12:00 In the programme this week we reflect on the tragic death of Australian cricketer Phil Hughes and look back at Lydia Ko's big win. We also preview the Black Sticks' Champions Trophy campaign, look at the future of the National Basketball League and the Football Ferns' European Tour.

  • Extra Time for 21 November 2014 ( 30′ 43″ )

    12:00 In Extra Time this week we mark Riche McCaw's 100th test as captain. Any hope Jesse Ryder taking had of taking part in the Cricket world cup appears dashed we hear from New Zealand Cricket's national selection manager Bruce Edgar. The All Whites coach Anthony Hudson comes to grips with the mountain New Zealand must climb for the next World Cup. Rally driver Hayden Paddon reflects on his season in the World Rally Championship and boxer Joseph Parker readies himself for his toughest fight yet.

  • Extra Time for 14 November 2014 ( 27′ 17″ )

    16:00 In the programme this week we look at the Kiwis chances in the Four Nations rugby league final, catch up with the All Blacks in Scotland and preview the Black Sticks hockey series against Australia. We also check in with the Breakers newbie Rhys Carter and hear from another Australian, Shane Warne, about poker, racing and cricket.

  • Extra Time for 7 November 2014 ( 30′ 57″ )

    12:00 The countdown continues to the Cricket World Cup, with now less than a hundred days to the start of the tournament hosted by New Zealand and Australia, we hear from a player hoping to make the Black Caps side. Reon Nolan, is a 33-year-old Christchurch man who spent much of his adult life in prison, but he's now one of the countries top cyclists. This week the New Zealand rower Robbie Mason comes out as gay, he tells us about some of the issues he's been through. And our top squash player Joelle King is 3 months into her rehabilitaion after an achilles tendon injury, she's determined to come back better.

  • Extra Time for 31 October 2014 ( 30′ 31″ )

    13:20 In Extra Time this week troubled New Zealand cricketer Jesse's Ryder's back in contention for the Black Caps. What's it going to take for the Silver Ferns to end their longest ever losing streak? The New Zealand track cycling team head to Mexico with the Rio Olympics on their minds. The squads for the five New Zealand Super rugby franchises are unveiled for 2015 - but what's changed? And it's 40 years ago this week that Muhammed Ali won the Rumble in the Jungle.

  • Extra Time for 24 October 2014 ( 28′ 07″ )

    14:40 We preview the provincial rugby finals, look at the New Zealand Maori team and hear from Robbie Deans about the challenges facing Australian Rugby. We talk to top rally driver Hayden Paddon before the Rally of Spain and the New Zealand tennis player Michael Venus before the Davis Cup tie against Chinese Taipei.

  • Extra Time for 17 October 2014 ( 33′ 07″ )

    14:50 In Extra Time this week… The Black Caps begin their official countdown to the cricket world cup and hear from Dan Vettori about being back on the international cricket scene. What's going wrong with the Silver Ferns? We talk to former coach Yvonne Willering. The new All Whites coach Anthony Hudson shakes things up in naming his latest squad. We hear how the All Blacks may no longer be the team of choice for Pacific players while former All Black Adam Thomson is returning to Super rugby. And what's next for heavyweight boxer Joseph Parker?