Last updated: 20 January 2009
Colin Jackson and Matt Jones presented another exciting series with more great interviews with the biggest names in sport.
The third series of Raise Your Game was broadcast on BBC Radio Wales between 9 August and 13 September 2008.
Programme 1 - Inspiration
First broadcast on 9 August 2008
Luol Deng was interviewed by Colin Jackson, Jenson Button spoke to Raise Your Game producer Jos Andrews and the Maynard family feature as our first great Welsh sporting family.
Listen to clips from programme 1.
Programme 2 - Motivation
First broadcast 16 August 2008
Colin chats with Phil Tufnell, Jos Andrews interviews the Big Brother presenter, Davina McCall, and the Quinnell family discuss their sporting legacy.
Listen to clips from programme 2.
Programme 3 - Preparation
First broadcast on 23 August 2008
Jos Andrews interviews the Marathon Chef, Michel Roux, Jill Kenton discusses the finer points of female sportswear and the Williams family discuss their sporting rivalry.
Listen to clips from programme 3.
Programme 4 - Concentration
First broadcast on 30 August 2008
Robert Croft discusses his cricketing career, Amanda Ursell tells us why "We are what we eat," and Rhys Davies and his father, Graham, share their family's sporting secrets.
Listen to clips from programme 4.
Programme 5 - Dedication
First broadcast on 6 September 2008
Matt Jones interviews Stephen McPhail, the Body Doctor, Dave Marshall, tells us why we need to keep active and Lynn Davies and his daughter, Kathryn, join us in our great sporting dynasties section.
Listen to clips from programme 5.
Programme 6 - Participation
First broadcast on 13 September 2008
Jos Andrews interviews Kate Silverton, Camilla Dallerup discusses the importance of a healthy lifestyle and the Robinson family discuss their love of rugby.
Listen to clips from programme 6.
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