The most capped player in rugby history, former Leinster, Ireland and Lions centre Brian O'Driscoll, joins the Second Captains team to talk about life after rugby.

And what a career it was: 141 Test matches; two Six Nations Championships; one Grand Slam and four Triple Crowns; four British and Irish Lions tours and one series victory; four Celtic Leagues, three Heineken Cups; and one Amlin Challenge Cup.

Speaking from the sofa to Eoin McDevitt and Ciaran Murphy, O'Driscoll talks about life adjustments in his first year of retirement, his new career in radio and tv punditry, and looks back at the pride of captaining Ireland and the pressure and expectations that came with it.