Thursday 7 March 2002
Jonathan and Keith kicked off the new series with the help of England and Leicester star Austin Healey - Clive Woodward, Peter Clohessy and Austin's hairpiece came under the spotlight.
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The duo relocated to the Dorchester hotel for this week's bash - the event: Bill McLaren's World XV celebratory dinner.
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Back in the warm surroundings of the studio, Davies and Wood were joined by Scotland scrum-half Andy Nicol - the talk was of Bath, Dallagio, and the French team's new song.
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England Sevens coach Joe Lydon and Damian Hopley were the guests on this week's extravaganza. Joe Worsley, Tony Roche and Jon Callard all made cameo appearances.
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Jeremy Guscott sat in for a Paris bound Keith Wood, with the enigmatic duo of Phil Greening and Abdel Benazzi as guests. Thomas Castagneide talked about his return from injury, along with snippets from Clive Woodward and Jack Rowell.
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Matt Dawson and his jacket were the guests, as Keith returned from a bruising encounter with the French. Eddie Butler took a glance back at the Six Nations, while England's women prepare for the World Cup.
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London Irish director of rugby Conor O'Shea and his Northampton opposite John Steele were on hand to discuss the imminent Powergen Cup final. Leicester and Leeds came under the spotlight and Diego Dominguez revealed his plans for the future.
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Wood and Davies were joined by London Irish player/coach Brendan Venter and Leicester chief executive Peter Wheeler.
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A lonely Keith Wood was joined by Bath's Mike Catt and Llanelli's Rupert Moon - the talk was of Premiership and European woe, plus a look at Leeds Tykes' Phil Davies.
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Keith Wood was joined by Jeremy Guscott for this week's show, with Bryan Redpath and Eric Peters as studio guests. Rotherham, Cuba and Sale all came under the spotlight.
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Scott Gibbs and Lawrence Dallaglio joined Jeremy in the studio, in an all British Lions cast. Wasps went golfing, England's women arrived in Barcelona and Inga the winger headed home.
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Jonathan Davies, Keith Wood and Jeremy Guscott joined forces to present the final show in the series - with special attention paid to the weekend's European competition.
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