Snooker's reputation took a big hit this week.
Stephen Lee, the former world number five snooker player, was banned from the sport for 12 years for fixing matches.
Dennis Taylor is one of the world's best-known snooker players and winner of the 1985 world championship. He tells us how shocked he is by the charges that have hit his sport.
Taylor also reminisces about his career and explains how a tournament in Canada jump started his rise to fame. He'll give us a language lesson on the proper pronunciation of the word 'Snooker.' And he'll tell us the secret behind his massive spectacles.
Listen to our conversation with Dennis Taylor from Gresford, Wales.