If you love your rugby, then you’ll love our brand new show on Dubai Eye 103.8.
“Tales from the Sand” features in-depth interviews with some of the biggest names in the game in the run up to this year’s Emirates Airline Dubai 7s.
Dubai Eye 103.8’s Chris McHardy and Tournament Director Tom Burwell chat with the great and the good from the game of rugby 7s and dive deep into stories from the sport.
Tune in to hear all the big names telling their truths and revealing some of their dressing room secrets.
Tales from the Sand, our fortnightly show on Saturdays, airs from 2pm on Dubai Eye 103.8. But you can also download the full interviews from wherever you listen to your podcasts.
Bryan Habana on the genius of Jonny Wilkinson, career-low point & Man Utd obsession.
James Haskell on Bellator MMA, Stuart lancaster & Emirates Dubai 7s
Nolli Waterman on World Cups, Olympic heartbreak & breaking into the world of broadcast
5:00pm - 7:00pm
The UAE’s alternative take on news, entertainment and sport. Join Chris, Robbie and Sonal as they cut through the clutter to bring you the news, entertainment and sport stories that actually matter.
7:00pm - 8:00pm
Chris & Robbie bring you the latest from the sporting world plus interviews with upcoming and legendary sporting stars.
A report from Bayzat, an HR software, says that there's been a 38% increase in the amount employees are claiming back in fuel charges.
H.E. Ibrahim Al Qassim, Deputy Director General of the UAE Space Agency joined us to explain what it would take for more people to be able to go into space.
A CBRE report says rents have risen by around 20% in Dubai. But what is the reality?
We find out what that means for us and for the global oil prices with Ed Bell of Emirates NBD and Matt Stanley of Kpler. Plus, we discuss the risks & rewards of the growing demand for second passports. And, we talk to Sky Kurtz of Pure Harvest Smart Farms about how UAE grown produce is going to Saudi Arabia.
The UAE's ambassador to Canada says developing STEM career paths for Emirati women should be a national priority.