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Extra Time for 6 December 2013 ( 27′ 43″ )
14:45 In Extra Time this week, there's a warning about the susceptibility of New Zealand sport to match fixing, in the wake of the revelation that the International Cricket Council is investigating three former New Zealand cricketers. The All Blacks continue their winning ways with success at both the International Rugby Board's and the New Zealand Rugby Union's annual award ceremonies. There's a call to overhaul rugby league's "old boys club" in the wake of the Kiwis' world cup loss to the Kangaroos; and the world's leading equestrian, New Zealander Andrew Nicholson, tells us what drives him to be the best.
Extra Time for 29 November 2013 ( 28′ 13″ )
18:00 In the programme this week, the Kiwis prepare for their World Cup title defence, Benji Marshall adjusts to life as a Blues man and the first cricket squad of the New Zealand summer is named. We look at what's next for Jock Paget after his horse tests positive for a banned substance, we catch up with former Silver Ferns coach Ruth Aitken and discuss the future of New Zealand football.
Extra Time for 22 November 2013 ( 32′ 22″ )
13:00 In this week's edition of Extra Time….what does the future hold for the All Whites in the post Ricki Herbert era? We get the thoughts of Ricki Herbert, the All Whites captain Tommy White and former captain Danny Hay. We also talk to sports psychologist Professor Gary Hermansson who discusses how having been Mr Football in New Zealand for so long, Herbert has a period of adjustment ahead. The All Blacks chase an unbeaten seasion in their 14th and final test of the year in Ireland and we hear from Richie McCaw as he officially hands back the World Cup - the Webb Ellis trophy - to the International Rugby Board. The field is unveiled for the Auckland Tennis Classic and Silver Fern's coach Waimarama Taumauna takes us through her squad for January's tour of England and Scotland.
Extra Time for 15 November 2013 ( 26′ 10″ )
12:00 In the programme this week, the All Whites look to bounce back from their crushing loss to Mexico, Gary Wilkinson adjusts to life as a Breaker again, New Zealand sailors are honoured with a top award and we reflect on the career of Sachin Tendulkar.
Extra Time for 8 November 2013 ( 21′ 01″ )
15:15 We remember Samoan and Auckland rugby identity Peter Fatialofa who passed away this week; The All Blacks are about to field their most experienced forward pack in test history, we preview the test against France in Paris this weekend, and; Ahead of the Fast Five international netball competition in Auckland this weekend Silver Ferns captain Casey Williams reveals she's never even played the game before.
Extra Time for 1 November 2013 ( 30′ 05″ )
16:45 In the programme this week, the Football Ferns secure an historic result in the US, the Super Rugby franchises officially launch for next season, Venus Williams is coming to Auckland, the NRL work on the rules for the Auckland 9s and the Silver Ferns wrap up their season.
Extra Time for 25 October 2013 ( 42′ 15″ )
15:00 In Extra Time this week, the world's leading women's amateur golfer, Lydia Ko finally announces she'll turn professional; we ask how much time does $5 million dollars buy Emirates Team New Zealand?;the New Zealand bastketballer Steven Adams is on the verge of his NBA debut and we preview the rugby championship final between Wellington and Canterbury and hear from All Black lock Jeremy Thrush. And rally driver Haydon Paddon talks about his preparations ahead of his WRC debut, and the Silver Ferns try to regain some confidence in their series against Malawi.
Extra Time for 18 October 2013 ( 32′ 38″ )
15:30 In the programme this week, the All Whites prepare to meet Mexico, Joseph Parker recovers from his latest boxing bout, a Wellington rugby star pledges his allegiance to Samoa, the New Zealand hockey team get ready for the Oceania Cup and Auckland gets a new football team.
Extra Time for 10 October 2013 ( 29′ 56″ )
17:00 In this week's edition of Extra Time, should Sonny Bill Williams be in the Kiwis Rugby League World Cup squad? We talk to Phoenix captain Andrew Durante ahead of the side's opening game of the A League football season. The Silver Ferns are in damage control mode going into the final test of the Constellation Cup series against Australia. The All Black Sevens begin the defence of their world series title and the Auckland runner Wayne Botha sets a world record for barefoot running - but why would you?
Extra Time for 4 October 2013 ( 31′ 42″ )
14:00 In the programme this week, Team New Zealand return home following their unsuccessful America's Cup campaign, the All Blacks prepare for their Ellis Park showdown and Ricki Herbert talks about his World Cup preparations. There's success for New Zealand's sailors at the World Champs, tennis star Ana Ivanovic is confirmed to play in Auckland and the Warriors trial a full-time move to Eden Park.
Extra Time for 27 September 2013 ( 37′ 08″ )
14:30 In this week's edition of Extra Time - we ask what now for the America's Cup in the wake of Oracle Team USA's win? We hear from Oracle syndicate chief executive Sir Russell Coutts. The Warriors coach Matt Elliott discusses the recent signing of England and Wigan fullback Sam Tomkins and reflects on their disappointing NRL season. The Football Ferns continue their rise up the world rankings with an historic win over Brazil and success at the Four Nations Valais Cup in Switzerland. Rally driver Haydon Paddon finally gets a chance to crack the big time signing on for a World Rally Championship drive in Spain next month and the Breakers prepare for the upcoming basketball season as they chase fourth ANBL title on the trot.
Extra Time for 20th September 2013 ( 32′ 34″ )
16:00 In the programme this week, it's 8-2 to Team New Zealand after another race is called off due to high winds. A new era of private ownership for the Blues as they welcome a new chief executive. New Zealand's world number one amateur golfer, Lydia Ko, goes back to school after reaching another milestone. The Heineken Open scores after re-signing on world number four, David Ferrer, who returns in an attempt to win a record fifth Heineken Open title. The two unbeaten sides in the domestic rugby championships, Wellington and Canterbury, face off in the Capital and as the English Premier League resumes after an international break, Coliseum looks to iron out its problems for those wanting to watch it live here in New Zealand.