In this episode, we are speaking to a Welsh rugby legend.
Jonathan Davies, also known as 'Jiffy', has had a successful career in both rugby union and rugby league.
Born in Trimsaran, Carmarthenshire, Davies earned 37 caps in total for Wales in rugby union, playing in the 1987 World Cup, in which Wales finished third, and winning the 1988 Five Nations Championship. He also represented Great Britain in rugby league, playing at the 1989-92 Rugby League World Cup.
He made the famous switch to rugby league in 1989 joining Widnes for a large fee, where he spent four seasons at Widnes before moving to Warrington.
Tune in as we listen to Jiffy's past tales, his MBE and OBE awards, and what he gets up to these days working as a commentator for both rugby union and rugby league, alongside his several business roles.