Nov 21, 2008: "No man has become more famous on the basis of a single match, England's victory over New Zealand in 1936." Huw Richards writes on Alexander Obolensky
England v Australia
Nov 14, 2008: "Twickenham has no visitor more familiar or frequent nowadays than the Wallabies...There was a time, though, when they were seen much less frequently on English grounds." Huw Richards writes
Nov 4, 2008: "Does it matter whether they are competitive in, the Celtic League, the Anglo-Welsh Cup or the Heineken Cup?" Huw Richards writes
Oct 31, 2008: "The pursuit of a touring Grand Slam gives a shape and purpose to the November tests that simply can't be managed by the creation of spurious head-to-head trophies..." Huw Richards writes
Oct 17, 2008: "Stradey was the birthplace of the special relationship between Wales and New Zealand" Huw Richards writes
British & Irish Lions
Sep 3, 2008: "It was, all were agreed, the zenith of their careers to be British Lions - members of the party that broke a losing run extending back to the beginning of the twentieth century." Huw Richards meets the 1955 Welsh Lions.
Aug 31, 2008: "The event's charm isn't just about the consistent quality of matches
Aug 16, 2008: If anyone has looked likely to provide a flashpoint for club-country disagreement over the designation of specific positions for players in the new England agreement, it is Mathew Tait.
Aug 15, 2008: "Of course I want to go and any player who tells you that he's not thinking about it is probably lying
The 1924 Olympics
Aug 7, 2008: "Coming soon, no doubt, to a pub quiz near you, the question : Who are the reigning Olympic Rugby Champions?" Huw Richards looks at rugby and the Olympics.
Jul 21, 2008: "Rugby has no shortage of famous names of its own, but is now about to acquire another one with different sporting associations
Jul 13, 2008: "I'm looking forward to working with Martin Johnson
Jun 28, 2008: "Clermont's misery in finals continued as they were beaten for the ninth time in all, the fourth by Toulouse and the second year in a row." Huw Richards reports
Jun 27, 2008: Clermont aim to end what has to be the most extraordinary losing sequence in top-class sport when they play Toulouse in Saturday night's French championship final.
Jun 1, 2008: "Mapasua always plays with a smile and looks as though he is having fun
Jun 1, 2008: "There was, as there has never been before, a sense of this as truly English club rugby's big day." Huw Richards reports from the English season finale at Twickenham.
May 27, 2008: "With the Barbarians inevitably disjointed, it was the Irish who played most of the Baabaa style rugby." Huw Richards reports
May 25, 2008: "Munster simply shut them out...if rugby's rulers really want to create a more attractive game they need to find some way to stop teams running down the clock in this manner." Huw Richards reports from Cardiff
May 15, 2008: "It comes to few to be compared to Carwyn James and Alec Ferguson - two vastly different men linked by a genius for constructing winning sports teams - in the space of a few minutes, but then the outlandish is becoming almost commonplace for Ian
May 14, 2008: "Unspecified medical reasons were proferred as the explanation for Vainikolo, a development project if ever there was one, not joining the Churchill Cup squad." Huw Richards reports from Twickenham