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SPORTSTALK WITH D’ARCY WALDERGRAVE
Newstalk ZB’s daily sports showdown.
D'Arcy Waldegrave lives and breathes sport.
He loves motorsport and revels in the torment of being a Warriors and Black Caps fan.
Whatever the sport, big or small, he’s got a view.
His non-stop enthusiasm sees him battle it out with a diverse selection of armchair commentators resulting in a sometimes explosive, but always compelling show.
Boxer reveals there were concerns before fatal Christchurch fight
It's been revealed there were calls to see fighters spar in controlled conditions - before a charity boxing bout turned fatal. 37-year-old Kain Parsons died in...
Nigel Cass: New Zealand Rugby influence needed to help the Blues
New Zealand Rugby's stepping in to help the Blues. It's taking over Murray Bolton's 40 per cent stake in a bid to bring stability and better executive decision-making...
Brian Ashby: Crusaders vs Hurricanes preview
Radio Sport commentator and proud Crusaders supporter Brian Ashby joins Sportstalk to discuss the Semi-Final between the Crusaders and Hurricanes tomorrow night...
'So proud to be a New Zealander': Nico and Zoi react
New Zealand's newest Winter Olympic medalists are still coming to terms with their achievements. Teenagers Zoi Sadowski-Synnott in the snowboard big air and Nico...
Kiwi politician comes to Lebron James' defence
Parliament's Speaker Trevor Mallard has weighed in on a political controversy involving LeBron James and Fox News host Laura Ingraham. Mallard called into Sportstalk...
Keith Quinn: Sir Gordon Tietjens' legacy
Legendary rugby commentator Keith Quinn has an open and frank conversation with Mark Watson about Sir Gordon Tietjens leaving the Sevens.
Nick Willis: Breaking his own 1500m Oceania record
Nick Willis has broken his New Zealand record on his way to a fifth place finish in the 1500 metres at the Diamond League meet in Monaco.
Bryan Waddle on...Jesse Ryder
Cricket commentator Bryan Waddle talks to Tony Veitch about Jesse Ryder's situation and where he may stand with the national side after today's 136 off 57 ball effort...