On Lance Armstrong “He told me in a private situation, when I wasn’t working as a journalist. I was sat in the bedroom some years ago, and I asked him point blank, ‘look Lance, the way I talked you up on television, I would have to back off and resign if you one day went positive’. And he looked at me and he said ‘man I’ve seen death in the face and I don’t take drugs.’ And that’s all he said. I have no reason to disbelieve him.”
On Floyd Landis's positive
'm still very skeptical about the whole thing. The Laboratory (Châtenay-Malabry) is unscrupulous to say the least, because they shouldn't know the sample they're testing.” "The fact that the lab knew whose sample it was testing is just one of the “anomolies” "It's time for the second test, the so-called “B” sample, be done in a second country by a second lab. “I'm not saying the lab is a crooked lab, they have proved to us that they're not a particularly scrupulous lab.” “I got a feeling he's not telling lies.” 
Accusations that USADA fabricated evidence. "Again I come back, why is USADA which is really a nefarious locals drugs agency in the United States so intent?
Now I can tell you one thing. And I could prove it in SA but I, I went to, I met a chap who worked with Armstrong, err, on Saturday in Boulder Colorado. And he told me that he had a visit, two years ago, err to tell, and the question was, they were agents from a particular agency and, er, they said “will you tell us that Lance Armstrong took EPO? And we could assure that you will never want for money again“. That was his quote on Thursday and he told them in words I can’t put on radio what to do with that and they said “I think we’re talking to the wrong man” and they walked away."