The legendary 1924 All Blacks 'Invincibles' tour
Eric Tindill and the "forgotten" 1935 squad.
Recollections from 60s players Earle Kirton and Brian "Jazz" Muller.
Colin Meads gets sent off in Edinburgh, and the Keith Murdoch saga.
The Keith Murdoch story continued.
Fergie McCormick on the 1969 Welsh tour of NZ
The elitism of English rugby; and remembering George Nepia.
The credits from this programme.
We interviewed many famous All Blacks and their rivals and heard their great memories: we were given access to places not seen before. We made rugby exposures (like the 1995 World Rugby Corporation takeover attempt) that had never been seen before.– Keith Quinn, in his autobiography A Lucky Man
It’s good while you’re there innit, but when you’ve finished you’ve finished. So it’s better being a has been than a never been.– Brian ‘Jazz’ Muller, on his All Black days
Bekker turned his head from the camera and choked on his next words. Tears came into his eyes as he recalled his discovery that he had ‘kicked the wrong man’.– Keith Quinn, on his Legends interview with Springbok prop Jaap Bekker