The Devlin Radio Show
12PM - 3PM weekends
Martin Devlin joins you every Saturday and Sunday afternoons from midday on the DRS (Devlin Radio Show) with all the action and reaction to the sporting weekend.
Martin Devlin began his love affair with radio in the late 80s, and has been talking sport on the radio since 1998 as the original breakfast host on Radio Sport.
Having stacked up multiple awards for Sports Broadcaster of the Year, Devlin’s love for Manchester United and the Hurricanes is well documented.
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Martin Devlin: Against all odds, the NRL is back!
It's back! Tonight against all odds the NRL resumes with the Broncos hosting the Eels in Brisbane. Congratulations must go to Peter V'landys the ARL Commission...
Warriors Recruitment Manager confident of some new faces before start of season
Martin Devlin chats to Warriors Recruitment Manager Peter O'Sullivan, ahead of the Warriors opening round of the revised NRL season against the Dragons this weekend.
Martin Devlin: Invitation ANZAC rugby team 'utter rubbish'
COMMENT: En Oh spells NO. One word, No. It's going to be a very short piece today with the message delivered quick, sharp and with zero room for misinterpretation. Memo...
Highlanders fitness coach positive they'll make the most of 2nd chance
Martin Devlin chats to former Japanese Strength and Conditioning coach Simon Jones, who now does the same role for the Highlanders discussing the players fitness...
Former United player adamant Premier League will help England
Martin Devlin chats to former United and England player Paul Parker, about the latest situation in the English Premier League and how likely a June re-start is....
League legend Olsen 'Big O' Filipaina on his legacy, racism
Martin Devlin chats to former Kiwis great Olsen Filipaina about his Rugby League career, that included some special memories with the Kiwis and some particularly...
The Devlin Radio Show Podcast: 24th May
The DRS, with Martin Devlin on Newstalk ZB on Saturday's and Sundays from 12pm until 3pm, compacted into a podcast for Sunday, 24th May. Brought to you by Access...
Darren Lockyer talks Rugby League ahead of the re-start to the NRL season next week
Martin Devlin chats to former Kangaroo and Brisbane Broncos great Darren Lockyer. With a week to go til the restart of the competition, they look ahead to next week's...
The Last Dance producer on the success of the Netflix documentary
For millions around the world, Michael Jordan was a sporting and cultural icon the likes of which very few of us had ever seen. But for those of us who lived in...
The Devlin Radio Show Podcast: Saturday 23rd May
The DRS, with Martin Devlin on Newstalk ZB on Saturday's and Sunday's from 12pm until 3pm, compacted into a podcast for Saturday 23rd May. Brought to you by Access...
Martin Devlin: How will sport manage the Covid-19 threat?
So what happens next if a player tests positive for Covid19? Because it will happen. It has to happen and we're naive to think it won't. As all sorts of leagues...
Martin Devlin: Warriors have earned the right to let retired players back in
Yes, yes and yes. If there is a chance that Paul Gallen, Sam Thaiday and Billy Slater could play for the Warriors this season, I say why not and when can it happen? The...
We Need To Talk with Martin Devlin: Monday 18th May
We Need To Talk, with Martin Devlin on Monday Nights from 7pm until 8pm, compacted into a podcast for Monday 18th May.
Martin Devlin: Live sport doesn't work without crowds
I've seen the future of sport and I'm not sure I like it. Live sport recommenced over the weekend with the resumption of Germany's football league, das Bundesliga....
The Devlin Radio Show Podcast: Sunday 17th May
The DRS, with Martin Devlin on Newstalk ZB on Saturday's and Sunday's from 12pm until 3pm, compacted into a podcast for Sunday 17th May. Brought to you by Access...
Hurricanes assistant coach keen to see the side play fun rugby this season
Martin Devlin chats to Hurricanes assistant coach Cory Jane, ahead of the return to training for the 5 Super Rugby sides on Monday. Super Rugby Aotearoa kicks off...
Sir Graham Lowe keen on the idea of returning to coaching in the NRL
Martin Devlin chats to former Kiwis and Queensland Origin coach Sir Graham Lowe, about his desire to get back into Rugby League coaching after a long time out of...
Warriors thinking about family while quarantined in Australia
Separating work from family worries is difficult for the Warriors as they mark two weeks in quarantine today. The side continue to be based in Tamworth in quarantine,...
Wendell Sailor: I didn't respect Rugby Union enough so I deserved my two year suspension
Martin Devlin has a good long chat to former Australian League and Union player Wendell Sailor, about his career in both codes while looking ahead to the re-start...
Brad Butterworth reflects on the successful America's Cup campaign of 1995
Martin Devlin chats to former Team New Zealand tactician Brad Butterworth about his memories of being part of that 1995 Americas Cup campaign which saw us win the...
Melodie Robinson positive about the commercial viability of Women's professional sport
Martin Devlin chats to former Black Fern Melodie Robinson about the commercial viability of women's professional rugby on the back of Coronavirus. Melodie did her...
The Devlin Radio Show Podcast: Saturday 16th May
The DRS, with Martin Devlin on Newstalk ZB on Saturday's and Sunday's from 12pm until 3pm, compacted into a podcast for Saturday the 16th May. Brought to you by...
Martin Devlin: NRL's anti-vaccination brigade must accept the consequences
What to do with the NRL's anti-vaccination brigade? What looks like a real problem for the comp is actually more of a problem for those opposed to the injection....
Martin Devlin: Who pays for the future of Women's Rugby?
Alice Soper has opened a real can of worms here. The Wellington women's rugby player making much mainstream media noise after a twitter post bemoaning the "lack...
Allan Border reflects on his cricketing career and what made him tick
Martin Devlin chats to former Australian cricketing great Allan Border, reflecting on his career as a top batsman and captain.