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.
Liam Malone: Sport has never interested me
Gold medal-winning Paralympian Liam Malone joins Goran and D'Arcy in studio to discuss how what he's been doing since Rio.
Dave Rennie: The start of his last season
Chiefs coach spoke to D'Arcy and Goran about the start of Super Rugby which is his last season in charge.
Lockie Ferguson: Second time lucky getting bought for Pune Supergiants
Lockie Ferguson spoke to D'Arcy and Goran about his experience from last night's IPL auction and tomorrow's second ODI versus South Africa. Ferguson was bought...
The Driven Hour Mon 20 Feb - brought to you by Falken Tyres
Motorsport commentator Bob McMurray joins Radio Sport host D'Arcy Waldegrave to discuss the latest talking points in the world of motorsport. Kiwi Supercars driver...
John Connolly: Remembering Dan Vickerman
Former Wallabies coach John Connolly spoke to D'Arcy and Goran about the passing of Dan Vickerman.
Glenn Ashby: Team NZ's new pedals have been in development for years
Glenn Ashby from Team New Zealand joins D'Arcy Waldegrave to discuss their new pedal power grinding innovation for the 2017 America's Cup.
Simon Mannering: Foran now out of limbo
Simon Mannering of the Warriors joins D'Arcy Waldegrave to talk pre-season, and the news of Kieran Foran’s contract being registered by the NRL.
Jim Doyle: Delayed return probably best for Kieran Foran
The NRL has ratified Kieran Foran's contract with the Warriors, but has stopped short of giving him the green light to return. The former Kiwis playmaker must pass...
Anthony Crummy: NZC committed to returning to McLean Park
New Zealand Cricket is committed to returning to McLean Park next season, once remedial work is done on the multi-purpose Napier ground. It's transferred the fourth...
Anthony Hudson: All Whites to play Northern Ireland in Confederations Cup build-up
The All Whites will get to experience both sides of the Irish border in June ahead of the Confederations Cup. They'll play Northern Ireland in Belfast before heading...
Israel Dagg: 'Huge relief' to re-sign with New Zealand Rugby
Israel Dagg has turned down overseas offers to re-commit to New Zealand Rugby. The All Blacks and Crusaders back has signed on through until the end of 2019. He...
Mayor Bill Dalton: Napier Council doing all it can to sort out McLean Park
Napier City Council are doing all they can to ensure McLean Park is up to scratch. The Napier stadium continues to suffer from drainage problems which have caused...
James Parsons: Back on the training field after concussion
A positive step forward for Blues co-captain James Parsons in his return from concussion. Blues coach Tana Umaga said Parsons is back on the training field after...
Stephen Kearney: Naming Roger Tuivasa-Sheck as captain 'the best thing' for Warriors
A nod to the future in the appointment of Roger Tuivasa-Sheck as the Warriors captain for 2017. He replaces Ryan Hoffman, with Simon Mannering to be the vice-captain. Coach...
Simon Doull: Black Caps have missed a chance to bring Sodhi into the side
The Black Caps will be without one of their most damaging batsmen for Thursday's second Chappell-Hadlee one-dayer in Napier. Martin Guptill has been ruled out with...
Neil Wagner: short-pitched bowling and THAT run out
Neil Wagner chat's with D'Arcy to review the Bangladesh series, talks short-pitched bowling, and THAT run out.
The Driven Hour Tue 24 Jan - brought to you by Falken Tyres
D'Arcy Waldegrave and Bob McMurrayare back for 2017 with the firstDriven Hour brought to you by Falken Tyres.
Simon Mannering: Improvements for next season
Simon Mannering spoke to D'Arcy and Goran on The Sauce this afternoon about improving for next year's season, captaincy and recovering from surgery.
The Driven Hour Mon 12 Dec - brought to you by Falken Tyres
Motorsport commentator Bob McMurray joins Radio Sport's D'Arcy Waldegrave to look at the latest motorsport news. This week the boys are joined by veteran driver...
Ethan Rusbatch & Tom Abercrombie: Five losses, one win
SKYCITY Breakers Tom Abercrombie and Ethan Rusbatch were in studio with D'Arcy and Goran talking about the team's performance over the last six games.
David Leadbetter: Ko's parents 'naive', set unrealistic expectations
Dumped coach David Leadbetter has pled for Lydia Ko to take control of her golf game. Leadbetter believes it was Ko's parents who decided to part ways with him...
Kyle Mills: Black Caps slipping up in general basics of the game
Former Black Caps bowler Kyle Mills is at a loss to explain New Zealand's thinking in the Chappell-Hadlee one-day cricket series. Australia's convincingly reclaimed...
The Driven Hour Mon 5 Dec - brought to you by Falken Tyres
Motorsport commentator Bob McMurray joins Radio Sport host D'Arcy Waldegrave to look at the weekend of motorsport action including the final round of Supercars.
Mike Whitney: An Australian perspective on Chappell-Hadlee ODI series
Mike Whitney talks to D'Arcy about the impending Chappell-Hadlee ODI series from an Australian perspective
Paul Radisich: What Shane van Gisbergen must do to win the title
Paul Radisich on the season ending Virgin Supercars meet at Sydney, and what Shane van Gisbergen must do to win the title
Jeff Wilson: Summing up the ABs' 2016 performance
Jeff Wilson appears on his final Breakdown Radio segment of the year, reviewing the performances of the All Blacks in 2016