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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′ 7″ )
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′ 7″ )
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?
Extra Time for 10 October 2014 ( 34′ 48″ )
14:00 In the programme this week we look at the Silver Ferns struggles, catch up with the Phoenix and the Breakers as they prepare to begin new seasons and talk Bathurst with Greg Murphy. We also hear from the Black Caps before their upcoming tour and chat to the BMX rider Sarah Walker about her road to recovery from injury.
Extra Time for 3 October 2014 ( 35′ 30″ )
16:30 In Extra Time this week it's finals time in the National Rugby Leage and the Warriors are there albeit it in the junior final. The Bulldogs CEO and former head of Netball NZ Raelene Castle shares her thoughts on being part of the finals buildup and her time with the club so far. Where to now for the Silver Ferns in the wake of yet another loss to Australia? The former Wallabies coach Robbie Deans still wants to coach the All Blacks. Ben Sigmund calls time on his All Whites career while Jeetan Patel still wants to be part of the Black Caps after being named English county cricket's most valuable player.
Extra Time for 26 September 2014 ( 30′ 26″ )
15:33 In the programme this week we look at the All Blacks week in Argentina leading up to the test against the Pumas. We check in with Irene van Dyk who's announced her international swansong and catch up on New Zealand's latest successes in sailing. We talk to Stacey Jones about the Junior Warriors' chances in this week's preliminary final and check out the newest piece of technology in use at Auckland Cricket's headquarters.
Extra Time For 19 September 2014 ( 29′ 22″ )
16:50 In the programme this week the All Blacks selector Grant Fox assesses the All Blacks position a year out from the Rugby World Cup and an Australian is picked in the Silver Ferns squad. The top caddy Steve Williams finally hangs up his bag, shotput queen Valerie Adams faces surgery while Martin Snedden takes on a new role.
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.