D'Arcy Waldegrave Drive
4PM - 7PM weekdays
After a number of years of being D'Arcy and Goran, Goran has gone and got himself a real job, so now D'Arcy is all by himself for Radio Sport Drive.
D'Arcy bring you interviews, opinion and their own distinctive brand of locker room humour. He has little or no respect for position, power or themselves and believes that sport is far too important to be taken seriously.
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.
An update from Camp All Blacks with Patrick McKendry
Herald Sport writer Patrick McKendry joins D'Arcy Waldegrave to talk about the All Blacks at the Rugby World Cup, including their opening win over the Springboks...
Springboks name team to face All Blacks in World Cup opener
The Springboks have named an unchanged 23 for Saturday night's mouthwatering Rugby World Cup opener against the All Blacks in Yokohama. The Boks, captained by loose...
Glenn Moore re-signs as Black Ferns coach
Black Ferns coach Glenn Moore expects his team's skill levels to continue to advance. Moore has been confirmed in the role in a full-time capacity for the first...
Nick Willis misses out on squad for IAAF World Championships
One of New Zealand's most decorated athletes has missed out on the 13 strong team named for the upcoming IAAF World Championships in Doha. Double Olympic medalist...
All Blacks shoot down South African rumour about Brodie Retallick
All Blacks coach Ian Foster has reinforced the need for his side to start the World Cup in the right away against South Africa on Saturday, saying a good performance...
Brad Riddell to make UFC debut in Melbourne
Brad Riddell has been waiting to step inside the cage against Australia's best fighters – but it took him signing with the world's biggest mixed martial arts promotion...
Thomas Abercrombie talks ahead of the Breakers preseason
New Zealand Breakers forward Thomas Abercrombie joins D'Arcy Waldegrave to talk the upcoming Australian NBL season, including new players on the roster and incoming...
Wrapping the first round of the NRL finals series
Peter Lusted joins D'Arcy Waldegrave from Australia to talk the first round of the NRL finals, that saw the Roosters, Raiders, Sea Eagles and Eels all post victories. By...
Rugby World Cup: Latest on SBW injury rumours
Rugby editor Nigel Yalden joins D'Arcy Waldegrave from Japan to talk about the latest from the All Blacks camp, including Sonny Bill Williams' health and Luke Jacobson's...
Shane van Gisbergen admits Scott McLaughlin is too good
A stunning concession from Kiwi Supercars driver Shane van Gisbergen. Van Gisbergen believes compatriot Scott McLaughlin, who leads the series by 573 points from...
Sophie Pascoe wins 11th world title
Sophie Pascoe has won a third gold medal at the para swimming world championships in London. The Kiwi has taken out the S9 100m butterfly title by three and a half...
NZRPA: How new Super Rugby season will affect All Blacks
SANZAAR have listened to public feedback and have introduced earlier start times for Super Rugby in New Zealand and Australia next year. However the 31st of January...
Black Sticks to play Olympic qualifiers after Australia losses
In October, the Vantage Black Sticks men's team will take on Japan in a series of matches. Grant says the New Zealand team, currently ranked at number nine, will...
Katrina Rore and Laura Langman to face each other in Super Netball Final
They became World Champions together, but to win their next title, two Silver Ferns are on opposite sides. Katrina Rore and Laura Langman have both made it to the...
Tall Blacks focus on positives after leaving World Cup
The Tall Blacks have beaten Turkey 102-101 to complete their basketball World Cup campaign in China with a three win-two loss record. Isaac Fotu scored the final...
Coach of Warriors women talks second season of premiership
The draw for the second season of the NRL women's premiership has been announced, featuring standalone fixtures for the first time. Round one of the season will...
Super Rugby reveals earlier start times for 2020 season
Super Rugby kick-off times have been brought forward by half an hour next year, in a bid to be more conducive for families. New Zealand games will kick off at 7:05...
Bob Carter takes over role as White Ferns coach
White Ferns coach Bob Carter believes the side has the perfect blend of experience and youth to deliver success. As first revealed by Radio Sport, Carter has been...
Injuries limit All Blacks choices for Tonga match
In the end the selection of Ryan Crotty and Anton Lienert-Brown in the midfield for the All Blacks against Tonga was easy for coach Steve Hansen and his fellow selectors...
'Like a lion': Nadal beats Schwartzman to reach US Open semi
Rafael Nadal kept pulling away in his U.S. Open quarterfinal, then getting reeled back in by Diego Schwartzman. In the first set, Nadal led 4-0 before Schwartzman...
Tall Black reflects on big win over Montenegro
Tall Blacks 93Montenegro 83 There's still work to be done, but the Tall Blacks are alive – and definitely dangerous - at the Basketball World Cup. A 93-83 victory...
Bianca Andreescu returning for ASB Classic
Canadian star Bianca Andreescu has confirmed she'll be returning to the ASB Classic next January after impressing in her maiden appearance earlier this year. The...
Roger Federer knocked out of US Open in shock upset
Not even the most experienced of tennis experts saw this coming. Struggling with injury, Swiss maestro Roger Federer has been knocked out of the US Open by world...
Warriors to have new-look centre combo for last game of season
The Warriors will field a new-look centre combination for Saturday's NRL match against the Raiders in Canberra. Blake Ayshford and Adam Pompey will team up in the...
Nadal's win sparks hopes of Federer US Open face-off
Locked in a tight test at the U.S. Open, Rafael Nadal conjured up an over-the-shoulder, back-to-the-net flick of a volley winner that he celebrated with a leap and...
Sports codes unite to promote participation over winning
Tackling the dropping numbers in youth sport must start with a change in parents' attitudes, according to leaders of several of the country's top sporting codes. New...
Serena Williams nearly upset by 17-year-old competitor
Serena Williams flubbed yet another shot and wailed, "I keep missing my forehand!" She was in trouble, if only briefly, against 17-year-old American Caty McNally,...
Ben Smith's warning: Why I'm not done yet
Ben Smith admits that he hasn't been playing his best rugby but doesn't want to look back on his last three tests, saying he is comfortable with where he is at after...
Four of the men's top 10 seeds tumble in US Open
Dominic Thiem's latest bid for grand slam glory has came to an abrupt end at the US Open. The fourth seeded Austrian has been bundled out in four sets by Italian...
Shock and disbelief: World reacts to All Blacks RWC squad
World rugby has reacted with disbelief at the naming of the All Blacks squad for the World Cup in Japan - with many leading media organisations and fans expressing...