Jack Dearden and Trevor Hunt talk to rugby league players, managers, fans and former stars from across Greater Manchester. Listen live on Thursdays at 7pm on BBC Radio Manchester.
Thu, 6 Mar 14
30 days remaining
Wigan Warriors half-back Matty Smith joins Jack Dearden and Phil Kinsella as they discuss the coldest ground you've ever watched Rugby League at and whether the World Club Challenge should be opened up to more than two teams. Former Wigan full back Sam Tomkins has his say on life down under and Scotland and former Salford coach Steve McCormack is alongside Phil at Widnes ahead of Salford trip to the Halton Stadium.
Thu, 27 Feb 14
23 days remaining
Former Salford coach Steve McCormack and ex Great Britain Stand Off Sean Long join Jack Dearden and Liam Bradford for Rugby League Extra. Salford owner Marwan Koukash wants a marquee player exemption in the Salary Cap is it possible and would you rather watch Rugby League or Beyonce?
Thu, 20 Feb 14
16 days remaining
Former Wigan players Jason Robinson, Mike Ford - who is now coach of Bath - and Richard Russell talk about why players like Sam Burgess are leaving league to play rugby union. Plus a look ahead to the World Club Challenge between Wigan and Sydney Roosters.
Thu, 13 Feb 14
9 days remaining
Live from the Halliwell Jones where Warrington mark 10 years at their new stadium against St Helens. Wolves players Paul Wood and Ben Harrison give their favourite memories and former Super League referee Ian Smith explains why Wigan's Matty Bowen did not face further punishment.
Thu, 6 Feb 14
2 days remaining
Salford owner and Chairman Marwan Koukash, Wigan's General Manager Kris Radlinski and the RFL's Chief Operating Officer Ralph Rimmer discuss the latest Rugby League issues including TV Deals, structure and finance. Plus the Challenge Cup draw for the second round and a look ahead to the new Super League season
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