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.
Chris Donaldson: How the Black Caps get match fit
Chris Donaldson the strength and conditioning coach of the Black Caps, who talks about how he prepares the team to be match fit. LISTEN ABOVE AS CHRIS DONALDSON...
The Driven Hour Mon 15 January 18
D'Arcy and Bob McMurray are back for 2018 talking Motorsport reviewing all the kiwi summer motor sport action.
Lockie Ferguson: On how he's feeling ahead of fourth ODI
Black Caps pace bowler Lockie Ferguson, ahead of tomorrow’s 4th ODI against Pakistan in Hamilton. He’s really enjoying his time with Trent Boult and Tim Southee...
Tony Palmer: Parker v Joshua fight
Tony Palmer, boxing expert, with his take on the Joe Parker/Anthony Joshua fight, set for April 1st in Cardiff. He said the Parker comments made on RSB today were...
D’Arcy and Goran look back at the sporting Year That Was 2017
Hits, misses and sporting radio bloopers from around the world, D'Arcy and Goran look back over the year that was 2017.
The Driven Hour Mon 18 December 17
Bob McMurray on the last Driven Hour of the year, featuring motorsport icon Tony Stewart
Finn Delaney: 'Adelaide was not a highlight of the season'
SkyCity Breakers have got their wobble on. The team faced another loss on Friday night, after the Adelaide 36ers beat them 90-75 following a horrific fourth quarter...
Bryan Waddle on ODI: 'It could be a challenging series'
ODI action tomorrow from Whangarei, the first of three as the Black Caps face the Windies. The captain of the Radio Sport commentary team, Bryan Waddle, is already...
Silver Ferns reveals squad for Netball Quad Series
Silver Ferns coach Janine Southby has named her 14 strong squad for the Netball Quad Series in January. The competition will see them play games in England and...
Tim Seifert talks his stunning T20 century
Over the weekend, Tim Seifert of the Northern Knights blasted T20 century from just 40 deliveries as the team faced off against Auckland in the super smash. He...
Andrew Ellis: On record-breaking win against Otago
Canterbury Kings captain Andrew Ellis on their record-breaking win against Otago yesterday in the Super Smash. They won by 134 runs, after Ben Stokes made 93 from...
Jeet Raval: Looking ahead to playing whiite-ball against the Windies XI
Black Caps Test opening batsman Jeet Raval reviews his series against the West Indies, and looks ahead to a rare opportunity tomorrow, playing white-ball cricket...
Mark Fulcher: On Chris Froome's failed drug tests
Doctor Mark Fulcher, who talks about the use of Salbutamol and how professional athletes might look to use and abuse it, after the case of cyclist Chris Froome saw...
Darije Kalezic: Positive about what Wellington Phoenix can achieve
Wellington Phoenix coach Darije Kalezic, who is in Perth to play the Glory on Saturday night. He was positive about what this team might be able to achieve, and...
Mitch Evans: Jaguar's Formula E driver glad to be home
Mitch Evans, Formula E driver, talks about the season in Formula E, how the car works and how he’s happy to finally be back home and enjoy the sun.
Gary Stead: Return of the Canterbury Kings at the Super Smash?
Gary Stead, Canterbury Kings coach, looked ahead to their Burger King Super Smash match against the Otago Volts. They haven’t had a great start to the summer results...
Bob Carter: West Indies victory sets up Black Caps for summer tests
Bob Parker, New Zealand Cricket high performance coach, reflects on a dominant test series victory over the West Indies. He isn’t too worried about changing formats...
Raelene Castle: New job greatest challenge so far
New Zealander Raelene Castle has been confirmed as Rugby Australia's new boss in another piece of sports administration history. The former Canterbury NRL chief...
Breakers break out of their brief slump
The Skycity Breakers have turned around their brief slump after a triumphant victory over the Brisbane Bullets. The 96-89 win over would have been a sweet relief...
The curious case of Gui Finkler's departure
Gui's gone: Brazilian playmaker Gui Finkler has parted ways with the Wellington Phoenix Football Club. Two weeks after he was substituted and then left Westpac...
Colin Munro on his test cricket ambitions
Auckland Aces and Black Caps batsman Colin Munro joined D'Arcvy and Goran to talk about his scintillating 174 not out against Canterbury yesterday. He also touched...
Phoenix player on the woes of the team
The problems continue for the Phoenix. The team has slipped down to the bottom of the League and are struggling to move out of that place. Wellington Phoenix skipper...
Olympic journalist analyses the Russia ban
Another blow for Russia's Olympics hopes as the controversy around their illegal doping has seen them banned from participating in the Winter Olympics in South Korea...
Weightlifting NZ 'tremendously proud' of Laurel Hubbard
She has become a controversial figure in New Zealand sports, but that hasn't stopped Laurel Hubbard from continuing her weightlifting domination. Today she won two...
Breakers Players on shoe fetishes and sudden losses
The NZ Breakers won nine games in a row, an amazing winning streak, but that all ended this weekend with two losses. Dan Fotu, Rob Loe and Edgar Sosa joined D'Arcy...
Ex-Phoenix player on how the team can get out of last place
It has not been a happy year for the Wellington Phoenix. Despite a lot of promise at the start of the season, it has eventuated to stone cold motherless last. Former...
Tom Blundell on his Black Caps debut: 'It was a surreal four days'
Tom Blundell made headlines over the weekend for his stellar debut playing for the Black Caps against the West Indies, where he became the eleventh Black Cap to...
Andrew Alderson: Emphatic win shows real progress
Cricket writer Andrew Alderson joined the show and wrapped up the Black Caps' huge win over the West Indies. He believes the emphatic victory highlights some real...
The Driven Hour Mon 4 December 17
The Driven Hour this week with D'Arcy and Bob McMurray, featuring Supercars driver Andre Heimgartner
No surprise at the West Indies defeat
The first test of the summer saw the Black Caps polish off the West Indies quite easily in the fourth day of the test. Former Black Caps all-rounder Grant Elliott...