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, 16 May 13
26 days remaining
Jack Dearden and Trevor Hunt are at the Walkabout bar in Manchester and they are joined by Wigan's Matty Smith, ST Helens John Wilkin and Warrington's chief Executive Andy Gatcliffe. Hear them talk about Salford City Red's changing their name and all things Rugby League
Thu, 9 May 13
19 days remaining
Is it time for a change to the format of Super League, and what do you make of the proposals for a split division after 11 games? The RFL's Match Officials Coach Steve Ganson answers your questions and explains his new role, plus hear from Wigan coach Shaun Wane on his future plans.
Thu, 2 May 13
12 days remaining
Rugby League Extra with Jack Dearden and Trevor Hunt looked at life outside the Super League with a Championship special, live from the Leigh Sports Village, home to Leigh Centurions. They discussed if the Championship is boring and is it time to consider club mergers, with Rochdale Chairman Mark Wynn, Oldham Chairman Chris Hamilton and Swinton Chairman, John Kidd. Current and former Leigh Centurion chairmans, Keith Freer and Derek Beaumont spoke about the club's current financial situation and in Ref's rule, referee Ian Smith shed light on Salford's charge of fielding 14 players during their game against Castleford this week.
Thu, 25 Apr 13
5 days remaining
Jack Dearden and Trevor Hunt are joined by Warrington's prop forward Paul Wood. Hear him talk about his battle with depression, coping with OCD and his recovery. Also hear from Wigan's owner and Chairman Ian Lenagan about the personel changest at the Warriors. Super League referee James Childs faces refs rule. Warrington's Lee Briers has Ten To Tackle
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