Extra Time

A web-only programme reviewing the week in sport.

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  • 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.

  • Extra Time for 20 June 2014 ( 24′ 41″ )

    17:00 In the programme this week we review the exciting start to the football World Cup and the Football Ferns' drawn series with Brazil, we look ahead to the third test between the All Blacks and England and catch up with the New Zealand table tennis veteran Li Chunli.

  • Extra Time for 13th June 2014 ( 36′ 45″ )

    14:30 In Extra Time this week…. the Black Caps celebrate just their second ever Test win in the Caribbean…. what pressure is there on the hosts Brazil to win the football World Cup… the Silver Ferns name their squad for the Glasgow Commonwealth Games, while the Bay of Plenty Magic prepare for their second sudden death match in the ANZ netball competition. The Southbridge rugby club welcomes back one of its favourite sons, while equestrian Jock Paget isn't getting too excited about the lifting of his suspension.

  • Extra Time for June 6th 2014 ( 37′ 24″ )

    14:43 In Extra Time this week - the All Blacks attempt to back up their unbeaten season last year when they kick off their 2014 campaign against England. Irene van Vyk farewells the Silver Ferns. The rules are out for the next America's Cup but Team New Zealand still doesn't know if its sailing and where. The new Warriors boss Jim Doyle tells us how he intends handling feuding club owners Eric Watson and Sir Owen Glenn. The Black Caps begin their Carribean challenge. The Geraldine rally driver Haydon Paddon gets another shot at the World Rally Championship. And the athletics squad for the Commonwealth Games rises to 20 with the addition of another eight athletes.

  • Extra Time for 30 May 2014 ( 28′ 9″ )

    16:00 In the programme this week we catch up with the Black Caps in the Caribbean, look at Steven Adams' playoff run in the NBA and farewell the retiring Warriors veteran, Jerome Ropati. We speak with the New Zealand captain before the junior rugby world championships, meet one of New Zealand's most promising amateur boxers and catch up with the Black Sticks before the World Cup in the Hague.

  • Extra Time for 23 May 2014 ( 33′ 17″ )

    17:40 In the programme this week we talk to Black Caps coach Mike Hesson on preparing the New Zealand side for their Carribean tour amidst the on-going match fixing saga. The Tall Blacks aren't giving up on Steven Adam's making an appearance at basketball's World Champs while the Reefton Kid Phil Jones talks to us about his latest NBL record. We remember All Whites midfielder Duncan Cole who was a member of the 1982 world cup squad and passed away in Auckland this week. The New Zealand men's hockey coach Colin Batch has named an experienced and settled squad to compete at next month's World Cup in The Netherlands. The Black Sticks prepare for the World Cup in the Netherlands and the lights are about to go on for cricket in Dunedin.

  • Extra Time for 16 May 2014 ( 26′ 45″ )

    17:00 In the programme this week we look at the latest match-fixing saga in cricket, examine the rugby player exodus and catch up with the triumphant New Zealand sevens team. We look at Lydia Ko's decision to continue without government funding and meet a member of the New Zealand badminton team for the Commonwealth Games.

  • Extra Time for 9 May 2014 ( 29′ 58″ )

    16:00 The investigation into the All Whites failed World Cup campaign is finally completed, what changes are in the pipeline. Warriors player Konrad Hurrell's am-cam video costs him $5000 - we examine the perils of social media for sports people. The Tour de France could dent New Zealand's road cycling medal hopes at the Commonwealth Games. The Pulse may finally be about to crack the trans-Tasman netball playoffs - veteran shooter Donna Wilkins tells us why. And 60 years ago this week Roger Bannister became the first person to run a mile in less than four minutes.

  • Extra Time for 2 May 2014 ( 28′ 27″ )

    17:00 On the show this week we hear from the New Zealand Rugby Union boss Steve Tew on the changes planned for Super Rugby. The Kiwis halfback Shaun Johnson gets to know his team mates after a fresh-faced New Zealand rugby league team was named to take on Australia in the ANZAC test. Lydia Ko rises to number two in the world golf rankings, and her coach David Leadbetter reflects on her latest victory and whether she should still receive government funding. The All Whites interim Coach Neil Emblen talks through his squad to face South Africa and why the big names of New Zealand football are not on the team sheet, and the general manager of the Wellington Phoenix David Dome previews a four way tournament involving the English premier league teams Newcastle and West Ham United.