Working as an analyst, said Austin Healey, “Your job is to tell the truth. You’ve got to be honest if you’re on television – people will spot a lie when they’re at home watching.”
In partnership with Sky Sports, Sky VR is bringing rugby union closer than ever before in this powerful documentary which will bring the legacy of the Haka to light.
The film, says Sky VR’s executive producer Neil Graham “transports the viewer into the heart of the world’s most iconic sporting and cultural ritual.”
The virtual reality film follows the journey of a young Maori man as he explores the ancient cultural traditions which drive rugby in New Zealand.
This marks the beginning of a six-year partnership with the two channels.
Both ITV and the BBC will provide extensive coverage online and on television.
This will be the first time that the BBC has shared the Six Nations and the channels will show an equal number of home games from next month's fixtures..
From New Zealand beating Australia in the final to Japan's defining win against South Africa, the Rugby World Cup 2015 has been recorded as the second most-watched rugby tournament after England got through to the final in 2007.
A record number of television audiences tuned in to watch the games.
ITV told the RTS: "Overall the tournament reached 32 million viewers which is 55% of the UK population."