The Official story of England's Rugby World Cup 2003 is a must see for fans of the Red Rose. Clive Woodward's squad went into the World Cup as favourites, the world ranked number one side and Grand Slam champions. Backed by more than 50,000 travelling fans, England defied the best the rest of the world could throw at them - and a hostile Aussie media - to become the first northern hemisphere Champions.
This programme features exclusive interviews with a number of England's heroes including Martin Johnson. The players reveal their own stories as we relive the best of the action from the Pool Stages including the thunderous encounter with South Africa and the tension-packed defeat of Samoa.
The players give their accounts of both the Quarter and Semi-Final games and choose a selection of England's best tries before the build up to the Final itself against host nation Australia.
Extensive highlights of one of the most extraordinary games of rugby ever played, brings the programme to a gripping climax. Plus, England's mighty captain Martin Johnson explains just what it meant to him to get his huge paws on the Webb Ellis Cup.
This is a superb reminder of English Rugby's greatest ever triumph.