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.
Tohu Harris talks the Warriors' return to Tamworth for the NRL
There are still a little under two months to go until the NRL returns for another year - but the Warriors are already settled in at Tamworth for another season spent...
Heyneke Meyer weighs in on Covid, South Africa-Lions tour, and his new book
A former coach of the Springboks believes the chances of this year's tour by the British and Irish Lions proceeding as planned are minimal. Covid infection rates...
Peter Montgomery previews third round robin of the Prada Cup
INEOS Team UK has its sights set on taking a big step towards winning the Prada Cup this afternoon. The British challenger will top the round robin standings and...
Aussie commentator Greg Martin reacts to India’s historic win
Martin Devlin chats to Aussie commentator Greg Martin about India’s magnificent win against Australia, along with players making headlines complaining about quarantining...
Players struggling to cope with Australian Open quarantine
Former Australian tennis player and Kooyong Classic tournament director Peter Johnston joins Martin Devlin to give us an update on the latest with the 2021 Australian...
Steve Waugh on India's special connection with cricket
Legendary Australian cricketer Steve Waugh joins Martin Devlin to talk about his playing career in India, and the release of his new book 'The Spirit of Cricket -...
Martin Devlin: It would be irresponsible to hold the Tokyo Olympics this year
The Tokyo Olympics will not go ahead this year and neither should they. No matter what IOC boss Thomas Bach continues to say, it would be both irresponsible and...
Martin Devlin: India's amazing win proves test cricket is still the best
Whoever said test cricket is dead or dying might need to check their own pulse instead. This series just completed between India and Australia proved beyond any...
James Harden trade could define Sean Mark's legacy at the Brooklyn Nets
Martin Devlin chats to the Brooklyn Nets Beat Writer for the Athletic, Alex Schiffer. Alex talks about the much-talked about trade of James Harden from the Hornets...
Dean Barker has developed into a great leader, according to Sailing Professor
Martin Devlin chats AUT Sailing Professor Mark Orams, about America Magic's capsize yesterday, if he thinks they'll be ready for the semi-finals in 11 days and...
Martin Devlin: I'm not going to throw Dean Barker under the bus
I'm going in to bat for Dean Barker. Who doesn't feel absolutely gutted for the bloke after yet another on water disaster yesterday capsizing America Magic when...
Brad Butterworth cites difficulty putting the boat together for why so few teams in the Cup
Martin Devlin chats to former Team New Zealand and Alinghi tactician Brad Butterworth, about what he's made of the first two days of America's Cup Prada Cup racing.
Tim Southee talks joining exclusive 300 test wicket club
Last month, Black Cap Tim Southee joined an exclusive club of New Zealanders - achieving 300 test wickets. He sits behind only Sir Richard Hadlee (431) and Daniel...
The Devlin Radio Show Podcast: Sunday 17th January
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 January. Brought to you by Access...
Ian Taylor on why graphics were pulled from Prada Cup races yesterday
There were no augmented reality graphics projected on to yesterday's America's Cup broadcast images after a copyright stoush over the technology has led to a protest...
Brendon Julian doesn't want the stump mics turned off in Test Cricket
Martin Devlin chats to former Australian fast bowler Brendon Julian, reflecting on the much-talked about 3rd test between Australia and India and Tim Paine's comments...
The Devlin Radio Show Podcast: Saturday 16th January
The DRS, with Martin Devlin on Newstalk ZB on Saturday's and Sundays from 12pm until 3pm, compacted into a podcast for Saturday, 16th January. Brought to you by...
Martin Devlin: Tim Paine's behaviour is another reason to hate Australian cricket
Tim Paine was a jerk. Plain and simple. On-field in-game the Australian captain, as demonstrated during the 5th day of the 3rd test, he behaved like a right plonker. Off...
Author of The Best; How Elite Athletes Are Made shares some of his findings
Jason Pine chats to author Mark Williams, who co-wrote the book The Best: How Elite Athletes Are Made about the book and some of the key takeouts he took from it.
People split over whether to continue the football season in the UK
Jason Pine, standing in for Martin Devlin chats to Adam Bridge out of Talksport in the UK, about the latest round of matches in the FA Cup and the likelihood of...
The Tight 5: Sunday 10th January
The Tight 5, with Jason Pine and Thomas as they dissect 5 separate sporting topics, 60 seconds on each. When the buzzer goes, so do they on to the next one.
US basketball writer reviews Adams' first games with the Pelicans
Steven Adams is already making his mark on his new team New Orleans Pelicans, and this week he managed a career-first achievement. Adams finished the 111-110 loss...
The Tight 5: Saturday 9th January
The Tight 5, with Jason Pine and Thomas, where they dissect 5 separate sporting topics, 60 seconds on each. When the buzzer goes, so do they on to the next one.
Kyle Jamieson weighs in on his breakout turn with the Black Caps
Kyle Jamieson believes a return home has been a massive reason for his rise in international cricket. The 26-year-old has consistently delivered at a world-class...
Roger Tuivasa-Sheck better prepared for this move to Australia for NRL season
Warriors captain Roger Tuivasa-Sheck insists there's less worry amongst the players as they embark on another stay in Australia. The New Zealand-based players have...