Nigel Owens may no longer be refereeing but he is back on screen with a new series of Whistle Watch from World Rugby.

Even those who have played the game at a high level can often be lost when it comes to the up to date application of rules in the sport and having a weekly round up of different decisions over the weekend.

It is also a way in which Emirates can activate their World Rugby partnership. We discover a little more about the 50:22, what happens when a seagull (or an elephant) causes a try not to be scored and about innovation in how games are managed, including the shot clock.