D'Arcy and Goran
4PM - 7PM weekdays
D'Arcy and Goran bring you interviews, opinion and their own distinctive brand of locker room humour.
They have little or no respect for position, power or themselves. They believe that sport is far too important to be taken seriously. As a direct result of this, they are unlikely to win plaudits or awards from their peers - they'd rather just take the piss out of them instead.
Goran is still active in sport, using football as a method to completely destroy what's left of both ankles. D'Arcy retired from active service after the birth of his daughter, although he claims couch-surfing as a bonafide sporting endeavour.
Together they have polluted the sporting airwaves for over a dozen years, having wrecked most timeslots on Radio Sport, including an ill-fated foray into the hallowed realms of breakfast radio. They have been screamed at and hung-up on by some of NZs sporting greats and regularly find themselves in the cross hairs of NZ's major sporting organisations.
Too pretty for television, they hope to remain at Radio Sport for years to come. D'Arcy and Goran are comfortable with their drinking problem and invite you to join them daily.
D'Arcy has been loitering at Radio Sport since 2002 and shows no sign of moving on, despite encouragement from listeners and staff alike. He's hosted most timeslots, but finds the 4-7pm show the easiest on his health.
He has never represented NZ in any discipline and has pretty much retired from all sport due to the outrageous demands placed on him by his 'spirited' daughter.
He loves motorsport and the torment of being a Warriors and Black Caps fan. He climbed on the Breakers bandwagon when they started winning and although he calls football 'turf billiards' he loves chatting with the Phoenix lads whenever whenever they let him.
Although he has found a career and family in Auckland, where he has resided since the turn of the century, he still supports his birth province Canterbury in all domestic competitions.
James Parsons: All Blacks squad changes are as predicted
Blues hooker and 2-time All Black James Parsons talks with D'Arcy and Goran on all things international rugby LISTEN TO JAMES PARSONS TALK WITH D'ARCY AND GORAN...
Michael Maguire: People here in Denver 'have really jumped on-board'
Kiwis Coach Michael Maguire talks with D'Arcy and Goran about the upcoming test between the Kiwis and England in Denver, USA. LISTEN TO MICHAEL MAGUIRE TALK WITH...
Football Ferns meltdown 'has not been handled well by anyone'
Kiwi Football Coach Chris Milicich talks with D'Arcy and Goran about the Football Ferns and the drama that has unfolded around Head Coach Andreas Heraf. LISTEN...
Hayden Paddon has his sights set on winning NZ Rally Championship
It's the first time in nearly 40 years that Timaru is part of the National Rally Championship, and Hayden Paddon told D'Arcy and Goran he is looking forward to driving...
American sports stories with Ben Maller
Ben Maller from Fox Sports Radio with his take on American sports stories. LISTEN ABOVE AS BEN MALLER SPEAKS TO D'ARCY AND GORAN TODAY.
All Blacks selector: who gets the number 10 jumper?
Lee Stensness, who believes the All Blacks’ selectors should stick with Damian McKenzie for the 3rd Test against the French this Saturday. LISTEN ABOVE AS LEE STENSNESS...
The departure of Julian Savea
Hurricanes CEO Avan Lee on the departure of Julian Savea, who has signed a two year deal with Toulon in France. LISTEN AS AVAN LEE SPEAKS WITH D'ARCY AND GORAN...
The life and times of the Warriors
Warriors Roger Tuivasa-Sheck and Joe Vuna in studio. RTS says he couldn’t go to Denver to play for the Kiwis as he has a newborn baby only 19 days old. LISTEN...
The letter sent to NZF on Heraf
Representative from the NZFPA Harry Ngata who speaks about the NZF/Andreas Heraf saga. He confirms that a letter from the Player’s Association has been sent to...
Glen Moss: FIFA World Cup
Former All Whites goalkeeper Glen Moss looks to the FIFA World Cup, starting overnight with Russia hosting Saudi Arabia.
James Parsons: All Blacks squad
James Parsons of the Blues in studio talking about the unchanged All Blacks squad named to face France, and a review of the other international fixtures last weekend.
Simon Mannering: No decision on Warriors career
Simon Mannering, who has officially retired from international rugby league, talks to D'Arcy and Goran. He still hasn’t made a decision regarding his playing career...
Andreas Heraf: Post-match comments
Football Ferns coach and NZF Technical Director Andreas Heraf talks to D'Arcy and Goran about the defensive style he employed in Sunday’s loss to Japan, and the...
The Driven Hour: Monday 11 June
The Driven Hour with Bob McMurray and Sloan Cox
Craig Dowd: All Blacks should have been yellow-carded
Former All Blacks prop Craig Dowd on the victory at Eden Park over the French in the 1st Test. He’s of the belief that Sam Cane and Ofa Tuungafasi should’ve been...
What to expect of the first All Blacks test of the year
The All Blacks face France tomorrow night in their first test of the year and the first of the three part series. With multiple injuries removing key players from...
Chris Greenacre announced as Phoenix's new assistant coach
New Wellington Phoenix coach Mark Rudan has made his first signing. Chris Greenacre has been confirmed as the A-League club's assistant coach, having been the interim...
Mike Hesson reflects on his career
Longstanding relationships will be the hardest thing for Mike Hesson to walk away from. Hesson is pulling stumps after six years as Black Caps coach, in order to...
Barrett brothers rise to make history
LISTEN TO BEAUDEN BARRETT TALK WITH D'ARCY AND GORAN ABOVE Another barrier broken: It has taken 567 tests, played since 1903, but the All Blacks have finally done...
Simon Mannering uncertain of his future
Retirement or carry on with the Warriors? It's the question facing Simon Mannering at the moment, and he's not sure what step to take. The Warriors star joined...
Taranaki without stadium for Mitre 10 Cup
Taranaki will not play at their home ground of Yarrow Stadium this Mitre 10 Cup season due to safety reasons. Stadium owners Taranaki Stadium Trust say a safety-first...
Breakers sign American Armani Moore
The New Zealand Breakers have filled their first import slot for the next Australian basketball league season by contracting American small forward Armani Moore. Moore...
All Blacks working with injured team for France series
Some good signs at All Blacks training in Auckland today. Radio Sport rugby editor Nigel Yalden went along, and says all of the injured All Blacks took part in...
Shaun Johnson back for the Warriors
Shaun Johnson is back for the Warriors. The star halfback has been named to make his 150th NRL appearance in Saturday's away match against Manly in Christchurch. Johnson...
Scott Robertson: You can't make predictions when it comes to head knocks
Crusaders coach Scott Robertson on his side named to face the Chiefs on Saturday. He’s left out Crotty and Whitelock who are both battling concussion symptoms and...
Matt Brown: I've got no problem with an underarm serve
Was Jared Donaldson's underarm serve to opponent Grigor Dimitrov at the French Open, due to cramping fair enough? Or just like cricket is the underarm tactic considered...
Contracts and family planning limited All Whites choice
Fritz Schmid has named what can definitely be called a 'young side' for the Intercontinental Cup. Explaining his choices, Schmid told D'Arcy and Goran that contract...
Corey Webster re-signed to the Breakers
The Breakers believe they've signed a new and improved Corey Webster. The Tall Blacks guard has recommitted to the Breakers for the next three Australian basketball...
Scott Dixon prepares for 16th IndyCar race
Scott Dixon's trying to shut out his Indy500 history. This weekend will be the Kiwi driver's 16th at the historic Indy Car event, though he's only ever been able...
History made as NZ Rugby announce Black Ferns contracted squad
Skipper Fiao'o Faamausili has put her retirement on hold with the naming of 28 of New Zealand's top female rugby players becoming the first-ever 15s players to be...