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 to 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 get on The Sauce with 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: 'Frustrating night' losing to Stormers
James Parsons, skipper of the Blues, joined D'Arcy and Goran in studio to talk about Blues' loss to the Stormers in the weekened, and New Zealand rugby. LISTEN ABOVE
Cat Tuivaiti: 'We played terrible'
Cat Tuivaiti from the Central Pulse, who got walloped in the top of the table clash by the Steel in the ANZ Netball Premiership, joined D'Arcy and Goran to talk...
Dave Rennie: Chiefs taking caution with Charlie Ngatai
The Chiefs are taking a precautionary approach to Charlie Ngatai after the All Blacks and Chiefs midfielder missed last week's loss to the Crusaders with a headache....
Blues doctor: Piers Francis cleared for Friday's match
Piers Francis has no issues with returning to the rugby field six days after being carted from the field having been knocked out. The Blues first five will start...
Matt Duffie: Blues 'have a lot to play for' in Chiefs clash
Blues winger Matt Duffie joins D'Arcy and Goran to discuss his two yellow cards in the Stormers game, Shaun Treeby's shot on Piers Francis, and looking ahead to...
Ash Dixon: Highlanders on winning streak
Highlanders co-captain Ash Dixon joins D'Arcy and Goran to discuss the teams success in Perth, and the fact that their still languishing in 4th in the NZ Conference,...
Andrew Durante: All Whites preparing for clash against Russia
All Whites defender Andrew Durante talks to D'Arcy and Goran from the pre-Confederations Cup camp – ahead of their first game in Russia against the hosts, which...
Ian Foster: Re-signing with NZR
All Blacks assistant coach Ian Foster joins D'Arcy and Goran to discuss his re-sign with NZR through to the end of 2019.
Brad Mooar: Crusaders trying 'to make it a bakers dozen'
The Crusaders are riding on 12 from 12 in Super Rugby, after getting the win in Suva against the Chiefs. The team's assistant coach Brad Mooar joined D'Arcy and...
James Gavet: Playing on Friday '10 times worse' than watching at home
Warriors prop James Gavet joined D'Arcy and Goran to talk about the team's heavy loss to the Dragons in the weekend, and what needs to change against an under-strength...
Steve Tew: Who might Wayne Smith's replacement be?
NZR CEO Steve Tew spoke to D'Arcy and Goran on the impending retirement of All Blacks assistant coach Wayne Smith, and who his replacement might be.
Ivan Cleary: Still has eyes on Tuimoala Lolohea
Ivan Cleary still has his eyes on Tuimoala Lolohea. The Wests Tigers coach has chased the Warriors backline utility for an immediate transfer, however Cleary's old...
Mark Hager: Why he's not coaching the India series
Coach of the New Zealand Women's Black Sticks Mark Hager spoke to D'Arcy and Goran about not doing any coaching whatsoever in the current series with India.
Sophie Devine: Great future ahead for women's cricket
Sophie Devine of the White Ferns spoke with D'Arcy and Goran following confirmation of the squad for the Women’s Cricket World Cup. LISTEN TO THE FULL INTERVIEW...
Jason Ryan: Crusaders plan worked out, 'feet firmly on the ground'
Crusaders assistant coach Jason Ryan spoke with D'Arcy and Goran about the team's hard-fought win over the Hurricanes, and what he's expecting from the Chiefs in...
'Momentum' was against Warriors in poor second half - Tuivasa-Sheck
Warriors captain Roger Tuivasa-Sheck joined D'Arcy and Goran to discuss the second half brain-fade in the match against the Penrith Panthers on Saturday, which saw...
Andrew Swain: RWC 2019 draw 'good for Wallabies'
Rugby correspondent Andrew Swain, from Fox Sports Australia, joined D'Arcy and Goran to discuss the Rugby World Cup 2019 draw, Cooper Cronk rumours to the Tahs,...
Jordan Taufua: Crusaders/Hurricanes clash going to 'come down to the wire'
Jordan Taufua of the Crusaders, joined D'Arcy and Goran ahead of their massive Super Rugby clash this Saturday night in Christchurch. LISTEN ABOVE
Leon MacDonald: Dagg ruled out for Hurricanes clash
The Crusaders have ruled Israel Dagg out of consideration for Saturday night's highly-anticipated Super Rugby derby against the Hurricanes. The All Blacks utility...
Ardie Savea: Stormers clash 'a good learning curve'
Hurricanes loose forward Ardie Savea talks about not being pleased about the nature of their win over the Stormers, the huge clash this weekend against the Crusaders,...
Stacey Jones: Looking forward to a big weekend of footy
Kiwi league legend Stacey Jones joined D'Arcy to talk about the upcoming weekend of footy, and what he expects from the international fixtures ahead.
All quiet on the Kiwis front?
Kiwis coach David Kidwell joins D'Arcy to talk about the side named to face the Kangaroos in Canberra tomorrow night, and he attempts to justify the defeaning silence...
Ngani Laumape: All Black hopeful
Hurricanes midfielder and All Blacks hopeful Ngani Laumape on his season to date, and what he makes of the talk surrounding his performances
Lolohea, Vatuvei: Frustrations not playing first-grade
Warriors Tui Lolohea and Manu Vatuvei were in studio discussing all things league with D'Arcy and Goran
Luke Ronchi: Championship Trophy selection
Black Caps wicket-keeper Luke Ronchi, spoke to D'Arcy and Goran after being selected for the Champions Trophy despite not scoring any runs for more than two years.
Dave Rennie: Chiefs preparing for Force clash
Dave Rennie, coach of the Chiefs talks about his team taking on the Force in Perth this weekend, and a bit on the return of Charlie Ngatai- after a year out of the...
Craig Dowd: Lead up to British and Irish Lions squad announcement
Craig Dowd, former All Blacks prop looks ahead to the British and Irish Lions squad announcement tonight, and what bolters, if any, can we expect in the All Blacks.
Kosta Barbarouses: Aiming to make it back to the All Whites
Wellington Phoenix's Kosta Barbarouses talks to D'Arcy and Goran ahead of the last game of the season for the 'Nix about who will coach the team next year, being...
Warren Lees: Tethering bails to wickets
New Zealand cricketer and coach Warren Lees spoke to D'Arcy and Goran on tethering bails to wickets to ensure the safety of wicketkeepers.
Patrick McKendry: SBW's sponsor-free jersey
Patrick McKendry, NZ Herald rugby writer, spoke to D'Arcy and Goran about Sonny Bill Williams' jersey sponsor cover-up and the news that he will wear a new sponsor-free...