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Join Johnny Vaughan and Gavin "The Woodman" Woods for an alternative build-up to the weekend's sport, plus a look at off-the-ball news, quirky stories and, more often than not, bizarre impressions of Rugby League fans. The boys celebrate sporting superstars, interview athletes and most importantly shine a spotlight on grass roots warriors plying their trade on hungover sundays. Tune in to Radio X at 11am on Saturdays to hear the show - Radio X is available across the UK on digital radio, 104 ...
 
UK-based journalists John Davidson and Ross Heppenstall discuss the latest sports topics of the day and endeavour to give you the story behind the stories. Lots of opinion, insight and detail on the world of football, rugby league, rugby union and more.
 
A fortnightly podcast exploring the untold stories of Japan and Japanese Sport in the run up to the Olympic games. Hosts Noel Thatcher (a 5-time Paralympic Gold Medalist) and Mike Salter (a Paralympic official and multiple participation certificate winner) have spent much of their lives working in Japan and Sport. Between them they've helped deliver talks on Japan and Japanese for the likes of Team GB, World Rugby, British Athletics and UK Sport among others. Every episode they will be joine ...
 
So this is Can You Hear Digging, a podcast in which two fellas from Yorkshire get together for a natter on whatever subjects take our fancy that week, including: - Much more professional podcasts than ours - Football (the British version, but probably also the American version at some point) - Growing up in England - Cinema - Martial Arts - Travel - Alcohol & life as a bartender in the UK - Rugby - Cars - Ranting about what - or who - ever has annoyed us that week (almost definitely the publ ...
 
Meet the people who have travelled to the very limits of human endurance and discover what it means to be superhuman. Learn from their unbelievable stories with host Rob Pope as he asks what lessons they picked up on their journeys around the globe and how they coped both mentally and physically. From cycling around the world in 78 days, to running barefoot across the UK and overcoming a broken neck to climb mountains and get back on the start line – like and subscribe to hear from 12 of the ...
 
Canna Machine is a show about the CBD and Canna industry. Your host Gary Cannaday talks to brands, retailers, activists and educators. Guests cover topics like CBD, UK law, cannabis, compliance and product launches. Also learn about groups and campaigns seeking to bring about change in legislation. So if you’re a CBD user, entrepreneur, canna curious or blazing your own trail, hopefully there’s going to be something interesting for you here.
 
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In this weeks podcast (UK In Lockdown again) the boys talk over breaking news from all over the world. They cast their eye over this weekends many matches and answer a fantastic listeners questions. All of this and so much more fun in over an hours worth of Podcast action. If you would like your question answered please send an email to superrugbyp…
 
WWE star Luke Menzies joins Adam Jones, Sean O’Brien and Lee McKenzie to talk about his journey from rugby player to wrestler. Jamie George pops up to tell us what life in the England bubble is likely to look like for the Six Nations and the team discuss the class divide in rugby and how it differs between the four home nations. Join the House of R…
 
In this weeks podcast (No Rugby Shall We Just Watch The NFL) the boys talk over breaking news from all over the world. They cast their eye over this weekends many matches and answer a fantastic listeners questions. All of this and so much more fun in over an hours worth of Podcast action. If you would like your question answered please send an emai…
 
In 2013 James Howells threw out a computer hard drive containing bitcoin. Last week he again asked his local council for permission to dig for it at his local dump as he believes it is now worth about £200m. The Guardian’s UK technology editor, Alex Hern, looks at the rise of bitcoin and whether it should be banned. Help support our independent jou…
 
It's the weekend of rugby you didn't expect! Let Paul Williams, Sean Holley and Andy McGeady guide you through the weekend that was and the tasty one that's still to come Scottish derby: Ross Thomson debut; hooter hoax, steely Warriors, Hamish the hare! Hooter: what is home advantage and any other unusual venues where teams have a great advantage, …
 
Sean Farrington interviews Liberty Foreman, who started up a cancer screening tech company DynamX Medical by spinning it out from her PhD. Since then she’s raised millions in investment all before the company has even turned a profit. If you have been affected by any of the issues raised in this podcast please visit the BBC Action Line website http…
 
As the latest wave of Covid infections hits hospitals, wards are nearing capacity and oxygen supplies are straining at the volume of new patients. The Guardian’s Helen Pidd spent a day at Milton Keynes University hospital to witness the crisis up close. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus…
 
Despite a lack of actual rugby, save a couple of fixtures, we still manage to waffle on about all sorts. Rumoured no relegation in the Premiership; Ealing; Glasgow; Covid Cancellations; Alex Sandersons arrival as DoR of Sale Sharks. Plus we pick our 28 man England Squad for the upcoming Six Nations. PLUS...the Sea Shanty hysteria hits rugby. Well, …
 
This week, Donald Trump sanctioned the execution of the only woman on federal death row: Lisa Montgomery. She was the 11th prisoner to be killed since the president restarted federal executions in July last year. The Guardian US’s Ed Pilkington looks at why Trump has carried out more federal executions than any other president in almost 200 years. …
 
Ugandans go to the polls today to elect a new president. Can a charismatic young musician end three and a half decades of rule by a strongman? Freelance reporter Samuel Okiror has been following Bobi Wine’s campaign to defeat Yoweri Museveni. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus…
 
We thought Japanese football (soccer) would be just like football in the UK. But we were so wrong. Chris Hough, who created the wonderful Lost in Football gave us a whirlwind tour of the world of Japanese football. There, we found a real push to develop the women's game, a sense of local ownership of teams that other sports in Japan are missing and…
 
Our special guest on this episode is new Hull FC signing Josh Reynolds. Josh Reynolds joins us to talk about why he joined Hull FC, the attraction of Super League, his exit from Wests Tigers and linking up with Brett Hodgson. He also discusses his background, his time at the Bulldogs, his State of Origin experiences and linking with Marc Sneyd in t…
 
Lee is joined by Alex Goode and Jonathan Davies this week to digest the news that all European fixtures have been postponed. The former Scotland captain John Barclay drops in to clear up where his nickname comes from and how concerning the exodus of players leaving Scotland is. Goodie tells us what it’s like getting the Clothesline from Hell as the…
 
In this weeks podcast (What Has Happened To Exeter) the boys talk over breaking news from all over the world. They cast their eye over this weekends many matches and answer a fantastic listeners questions. All of this and so much more fun in over an hours worth of Podcast action. If you would like your question answered please send an email to supe…
 
Big results and notable displays from the Guinness PRO14 R11 across Ireland, Wales and Italy. Andy McGeady delivers the news to Sean Holley and Paul Williams about EPCR's suspension to competitions while we might have some more derby action to fill the gap in a week or two. Plus there's listener questions and much more. See omnystudio.com/listener …
 
The Vertical Marathon's reflections. Gaz interviews Fergus Crawley and Jonny Pain 2 months after they had embarked on their epic quest of 32 ascents of Ben Nevis on 1/11/20 in aid of mental health and the prevention of male suicide. This was to include; 42,200m elevation gain and 540km of distance travelled each. ⁣⁣ ⁣ Gaz digs deep on what they lea…
 
Jamie George and Sean O’Brien join Lee to discuss the viability of this summer’s Lions tour to South Africa. They are joined by South African journalist Elma Smit to debate what options are feasible in light of the coronavirus pandemic. Sean tells us why he fears some big names will be forced to leave Ireland amidst the growing financial crisis in …
 
Join Sean Holley, Andy McGeady and Paul Williams for Under The Sticks as the crew breaks down: Leinster's unbeaten run ended by Connacht What's the one wierd trend appearing during Covid times? Are Ulster dead certs for the Guinness PRO14 Final? Holley's Heroes What's Toby Booth building at Ospreys? Subscribe here: https://podfollow.com/under-the-s…
 
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