Brian Moore is joined in the studio this week by the former England and Gloucester winger, James Simpson-Daniel.
With them to discuss the weekend's action are the former Bath full back Matt Perry and former Leinster prop Mike Ross.
Nigel Owens is back to discuss the role of the TMO. Plus Wasps Ladies coach Giselle Mather updates the podcast on how the Premier 15s are going.
Here are some of the highlights
From my point of view Northampton have still got big problems.
How the modern game has changed when you’re talking about a full-back at the breakdown.
If you had pamphlets with anonymous quotes then you know that you’re not alone and not the first to be going through any mental health issues.
I think you should be able to go back on all foul play calls but only if they’re cardable.
Gloucester did everything they could to lose that game in the end.
Alex Goode plays like a fly half at full back.
The thing I found very tough was not finishing on my own terms when I found a job I embraced the discipline.
It’s about not being ashamed that you have these feelings - and it’s not mentally soft. I got a lot of assurance from peers that what I was going through was perfectly normal.
Bath have got great backs, a good team, we’ve seen individual brilliance, but the drop off after the Toulon game showed that they lack leadership.
I’ve always been a big fan of Mike Brown, but when you start losing pace you start trying to do too much, so I think Watson should be in that position for England.
What I like about Goode is he is a footballer, although he isn’t out and out quick whenever he gets the ball he always puts more pace on it.
I think Stuart Lancaster is a great coach, he works the players hard but the players love him.
First six months you’re readjusting to not getting hit in the face.
The honest answer to TMO is yes I would like to see a change in how they’re used.
For me when the TMO was first brought in that was when it worked best - I would like to see a change in the use and times when used in a match.
It’s a question of the belief system coming into the athletes for Firwood.
Worcester are going to be an incredibly strong side in three years' time.
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