Derek Ciapala welcomes Alex Kozora from Steelers Depot and 410 Sports' Glenn Martin and James Haskell to discuss the Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens as part of our Tour Around the League. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
HOUSE JET RADIO VOL.516 TRICHNI (MOROCCO) SOCIAL MEDIA: https://instagram.com/trichn_i https://www.facebook.com/Monsiftrichni TRACK LIST: 1. Mr. ID feat. Kawtar Sadik - Salat Ala Nabina (Main Mix) 2. Marc depulse& steve parry Lokalmatador (original mix) 3. James Haskell's bad advice Nice feat.mikey V 4.Trinindad Dreams (extended mix) analog sol Mix 5. Alaia & Gallo featuring Dames Brown - Trippin' (Extended Mix) 6. Cabarza, Pete Zorba - Rolling With The Kids - Original 7. Droplex & Dani Row Goodnight Kiss (Original Mix) 8. Vintage Culture featuring Elise LeGrow - It Is What It Is 9. Shouse - Love Tonight (David Guetta Remix) 10. Level Groove - Synthemental - Original Mix 11. Nice7 - Turn Off The Lights (Club Mix) 12. Pink Floyd - Another Brick In The Wall (Vintage Culture Remix) 13. Mike Dunn presents Ruff N'Stuff - Strike It 14. Endor - Pump It Up (Extended Mix) 15. Innellea - Haveli (Original Mix) [Innellea] 16.D33pSoul - El Elwa
James Haskell speaks to Bournemouth 7s Festival Founder Roger Woodall about his unique upbringing, his entrepreneur spirit starting from a very young age and his development from event promoter to brand builder to festival founder and podcast host. Roger also talks about the keys to success: the importance of becoming an expert in your field, not taking no for an answer, and how, personally for him, it was his passion for events and sport and making people happy. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The former Spurs midfielder Jamie O'Hara slams Arsenal's transfer policy after the Gunners were linked with a £32m move for the Sheffield United goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale, and the search is on for Steve Cooper's successor at Swansea, but Simon Jordan believes his time at the club should be seen as a failure. We also build-up to the first Test between the British and Irish Lions and South Africa with former Lions Joe Marler and James Haskell, and we hear exclusively from Joe Joyce ahead of his fight against Carlos Takam tomorrow evening - live on talkSPORT. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
James Haskell speaks to Craig White about how he changed the face of strength and conditioning across the game of rugby around the world. Craig discusses his mentorships, being a good communicator, the importance of a good mindset, and the team benefits of looking after players individually and emotionally.James Haskell's book is available now in paperback in all good book shops. His new book Ruck Me is also available to pre-order.Visit Craig's website www.craigwhitecoaching.com to find out more about Craig and the Men Without Masks retreats. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
2019 & 2020 UK Master Coach Of The Year and author of Paul Mort Will Save Your Life, Paul Mort, speaks to James Haskell about his difficulties with his mental health, his history with drugs and alcohol, and the link between the two. They discuss the issues of shame, responsibility, happiness, suicide and the media, the difficulties of having a sense of purpose in men after a certain age and the importance of giving yourself permission to feel happy.James Haskell's new book, Ruck Me, is available to pre-order in hardback, ebook and audio.Paul Mort's audiobook, Paul Mort Will Save Your Life, is available wherever you get your audiobooks. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
James Haskell speaks to Alistair Brownlee about his huge success as an athlete, where he gets his motivation, mental strength and determination from, and the very root meaning of what motivation means. They discuss the pros and cons of training independently versus training with partners, the need for routine in training, and Alistair's new book Relentless.You can find Alistair Brownlee's book Relentless in all good bookshops. Also available in ebook and audio, read by Alistair himself.James Haskell's new book Ruck Me is available to pre-order in print, ebook and audio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Joe has rounded up some mates to reminisce about the 2017 British and Irish Lions tour to New Zealand.What did they really think of Warren Gatland? Why did they put cocktail sticks in their heads? And who is Jared Payne?Joe and Tom chat to James Haskell, Dan Cole, and Rory Best... when he eventually arrives.To grow the show, go to Patreon.com/joemarlershowSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
James Haskell talks to Phil Learney about personal training - from the general public through to athletes, including getting Haskell himself back to his very best after injury. They also discuss business management and the best ways to deal with peers.James Haskell's What a Flanker is out in paperback, ebook and audio now. His next book Ruck Me is available to pre-order. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode, join Paul Mort and Ex England Rugby back row James Haskell. James is best known for being a straight talking, outgoing bloke who says it how it is - he was a contestant on ITV's 2019 "I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here" and is notoriously a GREAT story teller... Here's what we covered; The HILARIOUS infamous boat party experience, Retiring from England Rugby and how it feels like a DIFFERENT life, How YOU can be a better man, Upsetting Snowflakes and how to approach them, Media trying to CANCEL him after leaving I'm A Celeb, What does the future hold for James Haskell? And much more... For show notes, updates and free stuff.. don't forget to subscribe to the podcast AND head on over to http://paulmort.uk
James Haskell speaks to Alan Fitzpatrick about his beginnings in DJing, golden handshakes with record store owners, nerves after a year off playing live, and getting his son to work on one of his tracks.James Haskell's What A Flanker is out in paperback, ebook and audio now! His next book, Ruck Me, is available to pre-order. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
James Haskell talks to Michael Cheika about coaching all over the world from Australia to Leinsterto Argentina, and winning the World Rugby Coach of the Year Award along the way.James Haskell's new book Ruck Me is now available to pre-order in hardback, audiobook and ebook. Signed copies are available exclusively at Waterstones.com.What a Flanker is out now online and in all good bookshops. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
James Haskell talks to health coach and personal trainer Graeme Tomlinson about extreme diets, dangerous messaging in the media, body image and what it means to be truly healthy.What a Flanker is out now in print, ebook and audio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Former England rugby player James Haskell, sports presenter Holly Hamilton, broadcaster Dougie Anderson and comedian Neil Delamere join guest presenter Sam Quek for an hour of sporting punditry, humour and entertainment. Points are awarded for informed comment, wit and passion, but taken away for nonsense and answers lacking in conviction. In the final round, the top two points scorers go head-to-head in 'Defend the Indefensible' where they must both defend a statement however ludicrous or distasteful for twenty seconds. There can only be one winner! Get the podcast from BBC Sounds.
James talks to Paul about his upbringing in Ireland, body doubling for some of the biggest athletes in the world and misleading wellness advice on social media.James Haskell's book, What a Flanker, is out now in print, ebook and audio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
James talks to comedian and actor Jack Whitehall about Jack's experience at private school, terrible stand-up gigs, writing comedy and Jack's relationship with his now famous parents.James Haskell's What a Flanker is out now in print, ebook and audio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
James talks to Warren Gatland about where he draws his inspiration from, how he coaches and the mistakes he's made along the way. They look at the importance of leadership and their time at Wasps together.James Haskell's book What a Flanker is out now in print, ebook and audio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week James talks to comedian Jimmy Carr about how he got into comedy, causing offense, and the joke that will end his career.James Haskell’s book What A Flanker is out now in hardback, ebook and audiobook. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
James Haskell is a former international rugby player. With 77 caps for England, he is today, the 13th highest capped player for England of all time! James' career spanned across an incredible 17 years playing his rugby all over the world. He was also a part of the 2017 British Lions tour squad who played in New Zealand in 2017. Today James is an author having recently released his Sunday Times best seller 'What A Flanker' - he is a DJ having just released his debut single 'Make You Feel' - he is also a speaker, MMA fighter and podcaster. This was one of my favourite conversations so far, I hope you enjoy. ----------------- This episode is brought to you by Pro Plus Ultra. NEW Pro Plus® Ultra is the UK’s first energy supplement to contain a unique blend of vitamins and botanicals plus slow-release caffeine to help increase alertness and improve concentration throughout the day. https://www.proplus.co.uk/
'EGG LDN Presents: #SaveNightlife' is a new video podcast hosted by KISS FM UK DJ and underground music authority, Ben Malone, which sees him speaking to some of the biggest DJs in the game. It has been launched with support from the Night Time Industries Association and Music Venue Trust as a way to highlight the club's Crowdfunding campaign to save this vital clubbing institution from permanent closure as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The series is available to watch on EGG LDN's YouTube channel and Facebook pages, as well as an audio only podcast on Spotify, Apple, and SoundCloud. In Episode 5, Ben is joined by DJ, Producer ex-England Rugby star, James Haskell and Producer, DJ Because of Art! If you can, please support EGG here: https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/egglondon
In this episode we talk to Harry Potter fan James Haskell. Oh, and he’s also an England rugby star, reality TV contestant and podcast host. James Haskell had a glittering rugby career before retiring from the game in 2019, but whether you’re into rugby or not James is well worth your attention. In this episode we find out what really happened behind the scenes of that controversial season of the UK’s reality TV show ‘I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here’, how seeing a sports psychologist changed the way James checks in on his friends’ mental health and why he’s training to be a digger driver at the age of 35. James also shares what happened when he chose the Potter films for his Mastermind quiz subject, why the films remind him of his time at boarding school and what makes wizards and witches so darn cool. James hosts three brilliant podcasts: What a Flanker, Couples Quarantine with his wife Chloe Madeley and The Good the Bad and the Rugby alongside Mike Tindall and Alex Payne. James’ ‘3am Questions’: Favourite book - The Harry Potter series and Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell by Susanna Clarke Favourite song - Tiny Dancer by Elton John Favourite film - Ronin starring Robert De Niro Our Sponsors: We want to thank this episode's sponsors Beer52 and Yamaha for their support. Go to Beer52.com/normal and pay the postage costs of just £5.95 to get eight free craft beers, a snack and a magazine. To check out the brilliant Yamaha E700A headphones go to yamahamusiclondon.com/E700A We want to hear from you. If you have a brilliant 'Did You Know?' fact, a question for us, a jingle you’ve written or a voice note you want to share, get in touch! We’ll choose a few messages and include them in the audio version of the podcast every episode. You can tweet us your message using the hashtags #normalnotnormal and #didyouknow or email us at email@example.com Remember, if you’re sending us a voice note or jingle and you’re under eighteen, please get permission from your parents or guardian. Follow us on Twitter: @OliverPhelps @James_Phelps @jameshaskell Normal Not Normal is a Stabl production. Produced by Alice Homewood. YouTube version edited by James and Oliver Phelps. Music: 'Not Normal' by Sebastian Forslund, 'Bobby Swing' by The Bladwerk Band and ‘Dancing with the Devil’ by Bonkers Beat Club. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A group of retired rugby internationals, medics, administrators and academics has sent an open letter to World Rugby pressing for urgent changes to the game as it fights an "existential crisis".The group which includes former England and Highlanders flanker James Haskell, ex-Canada captain Jamie Cudmore and Dr Barry O'Driscoll, the uncle of Ireland legend Brian O'Driscoll, have joined forces to create Progressive Rugby, a lobby group seeking wide-ranging reforms to the sport.It comes after the Herald revealed last December that up to 70 former players, including multiple All Blacks, had contributed to a game-changing lawsuit.The letter, which was in direct response to World Rugby chairman Bill Beaumont's open letter to the rugby community which stated that "player welfare is – and always has been – our number one priority at all levels of the game".Progressive Rugby believes this sentiment has not been backed up by action."We consider in view of the evidence of risk for traumatic brain injuries occurring in rugby union that more should be done to protect the rugby-playing community from the dangers of injury and that World Rugby has a moral and legal duty to minimise risk and to inform players and parents of the risk of brain damage from repeated knocks," the letter states."Evidence of the existence of brain disorders in retired players supports the contention that participation in [rugby] can cause brain damage. The awareness of the association with traumatic brain injury and participation in Rugby Union is of paramount importance for both the players and the sport itself."We believe that this issue is the greatest threat to the worldwide game."In a conference call with media this morning, several members of the group explained that reliance on consensus statements from the controversial (and to some extent compromised) Concussion in Sport Group was holding the sport back from making the fundamental changes it needed.The CISG's fall-back position that more research is needed was to increase knowledge was acceptable from a scientific perspective but not fit for purpose to address obvious and urgent needs, according to Bill Ribbans, an orthopaedic surgeon and sports and exercise medicine professor with a long connection to the game."A lot has happened in the past four years [since the last CISG conference], and we need to move quickly with the science," he said.O'Driscoll noted that for all World Rugby's rhetoric, the only change of substance they had made was to ban the use of shoulders in the attacking the heads of opponents. He said the persistence with a deeply flawed Head Injury Assessment protocols was potentially catastrophic."I resigned from World Rugby purely because of their attitude towards concussion," he said.Alix Popham, the former Wales international who revealed late last year that he was struggling with early signs of serious cognitive decline, said an immediate change to contact training should be addressed.He noted that NFL players were allowed a maximum of 16 full-contact trainings per season. If they played every game through to the Super Bowl, they would have a maximum of 40 contact days a year."I know of rugby players who are still subject to four contact trainings per week," he said."With games on top of that, some players face 220-240 days of contact per year."That's ridiculous and that can change tomorrow."Other changes the group are seeking are a return to a three-week stand down following a concussion, emphasis on refereeing rucks in accordance of the laws of the game (thus reducing "clean-outs"), the issuing of health passports for players and a concussion fund for past players.One of the more far-reaching recommendations of the group is a return to the days of injury replacements for injury only.Research indicated that most serious injuries occurred late in games when fresh and alert "impact" players came up against tiring 80-minute athletes.Professor John Fairclough, an...
Today we're joined by one of the most respected French rugby players and now pundits in the world of rugby in Mr Benjamin Kayser. He gives us an insight into his incredible career from playing under the maverick chairman Max Guazzini at Stade Francais to his incredibly fruitful time at Leicester Tigers, to looking after James Haskell in Paris and finishing off becoming great mates with Benders!He lifts the lid on stories which have never been told before from his time working alongside and under some of the biggest names in rugby both in france and england. Also on the podcast we once again wrestle through a new 'Clubhouse Diaries' initiation story to see if it can beat last weeks lousy effort and also hear another entry from Archie's diary written during his gap year in canary wharf. However, the story which really steals the show is the outrageous events which took place to Archie on valentines day......--We'd love to invite you to try out a 5 day trial with the incredible guys at Fresh Fitness Food - they make delicious bespoke meals delivered daily and are curated to help you achieve your health goals - seriously these shave the chassis whilst remaining delicious - get £50 off your 5 day trial with the code - RIGBIZ50 Now! https://www.freshfitnessfood.com/Finally, if you're reading this and you've lost your lid or you fear that you maybe on the way to loosing your lid, then don't just sit there and accept it - you can still do something about it! Thanks to SONS non evasive treatment which works in over 9/10 guys - you can be reunited with your lid in as little as 1 - 3 months - so ‘Show hair loss who’s boss’ Go to Sons.co.uk and use the code RIGBIZ20 to get £20 off your first order!
We were thrilled to have a former teammate of Ben’s on the show, James Haskell. He has played 77 times for his country, been on a Lions tour, won European and domestic titles, slept next with Minty in the jungle, ranted on the internet and is the self proclaimed Arch Bishop of Bantebury…. prepare yourselves for Haskellation.The man who succeeds at whatever he puts his mind to, we gain a deeper insight into the highs and lows of his professional rugby career, his commercial DJ production, his time in the Jungle, his time training MMA, the big fight getting cancelled due to COVID 19 and THAT rant about McDonalds.Fueled by friends of The Foundry, REIGN energy drinks. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Omar Meziane’s CV is seriously impressive. He’s worked with England Rugby, England Football, Chelsea FC, The EIS (English Institute of Sport), the Spice Girls... I could go on and on and on, there is so much he’s done. We first met each other via our mutual friend James Haskell, who Omar has now co-written 2 books with - Perfect Fit and Cooking for Fitness. Today I finally get the privilege of chatting to him about his career in sport as a chef working with the worlds best athletes, how he views food and how simple it can be, whether he’s more Jamie Oliver or Gordon Ramsey in the kitchen, which spice girl is the angriest as well as his new food business www.Tweakd.uk and much more.Check Omar out @o.meziane top lad, was a pleasure chatting with him.
James Haskell is; an author, keen reader of fiction, podcast Host, former international rugby player, DJ, MMA fighter, a participant in the 2019 season of I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here and even won Celebrity Master Mind (Specialist subject: Harry Potter). I chat with James about; the importance of escapism with fiction books, his opinion on the ‘self-help' genre, therapy, his future writing plans, how much Richard & Judy really read, speed reading, OnlyFans and of course a few of his favourite books. James' book ‘What A Flanker' is out now. Grab your copy here. Sponsors Buy me a coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/aneedtoread For 10% off your first month of Online Therapy head to: www.BetterHelp.com/Aneedtoread A Need To Read Bookmarks: https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/929904097/ed-cunningham-a-need-to-read?ga_search_query=ed&ref=shop_items_search_1 Email list sign up Contact Email: Aneedtoread.firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: @aneed2read
Alex Payne was a presenter at Sky Sports for nearly 15 years - for Sky Sports News and then covering rugby. He's the host of a fantastic podcast - The Good, The Bad and The Rugby with James Haskell and Mike Tindall: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-good-the-bad-the-rugby/id1524156217 He's also co-founder of a connection technology business that puts brands together with people of influence - The Room. You can follow Alex here: @AlexPayneTV
James speaks to old school friend and fellow rugby player Paul Doran Jones about their friendship from a young age, what they got up to in their early years, and their questionable fashion sense (deep V-necks were a staple for a night out). Paul talks about his time in Ireland and training with Trinity, to being sent to New Zealand and living with next to nothing in his bank account, and then to his set up at Gloucester. He also touches on his journey into fatherhood, and the many obstacles he has faced in trying to be the best dad he can be through his experiences of the family court system.You can find Paul on Twitter and Instagram at @PaulDoranJones.You can buy James Haskell's What a Flanker, out now in hardback, ebook and audio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Series 3 Ladies and Gents!! Matt and I are back with more rugby fun. In todays episode we are joined by rugby broadcasting royalty in Alex Payne. Alex started out his career at Sky getting tea and transformed into the youngest broadcaster Sky has had and has been a star for them ever since. He is also very successful in the podcast industry presenting with the likes of James Haskell and Mike Tindall.In this episode Alex talks to us about stories from within his career, his trip down under as a young runner at Sky, to the nightmare which everyone has seen at Adams Park. An entertaining and insightful episode full of funny stories and tips for the young rugby fan seeking a career in rugby broadcasting.Alex also talks to us about the current issues we see in rugby, including the latest news with regards to concussion and player safety and whether Exeter Chiefs have the potential to reach heights which no European team has before. Many thanks to Alex for giving up his valuable time to speak to us.Matt and I hope you have all had a very Happy Christmas and let's hope 2021 brings better luck for us all, and even better podcasts.
Merry Christmas! WalesOnline's Ben James and Three Red Kings' Tom Savage both return to the pod to analyse Sky Sports' 2011 Christmas advert, a Christmas message from Dan Carter and Richie McCaw, and Championship team Nottingham Rugby's attempt at 2011 Christmas number one. We stumble upon topics such as James Haskell's tiny penis, McCaw's friendship with Fidel Castro and Tom's anecdote about Munster's sin bin.A huge thanks to Ben (@benjames1796 on Twitter) and Tom (@MajorTomSavage or @threeredkings) for joining us for this slice of festive chaos.Theme music by Tom Rosenthal, with generic Christmas bells added to the background by Will Owen.On behalf of the Squidge Rugby World Cup Retrospective podcast, we would like to wish all of our listeners a very happy Christmas. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week Marcus Bronzy and Producer Bill Kill Time with:DJI OM4Preparing to use iPad Pro for a weekMarcus Bronzy and James Haskell chat aboutWhat A Flanker! (Book)What A Flanker! (Podcast) Apple / SpotifyCouples Quarantine Apple / SpotifyThe Good The Bad and The Rugby Apple / SpotifyJames' YouTubeKeep up to date with everything How To Kill An Hour by signing up to our newsletter by clicking here!What you think of the show? Let us know by Clicking Here! Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/howtokillanhour. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Eddie Jones speaks to James Haskell about his journey to becoming England's legendary Head Coach, what he's learnt along the way, and the current importance of focusing on players' cognitive health in today's sporting landscape, approaching players on an individual level to ensure the best results on and off the field. Eddie talks about his balanced approach, coaches that have inspired him, and his personal and professional goals.Eddie Jones' autobiography My Life and Rugby is out in print, ebook and audio now.James Haskell's book, Not A Flanker, is also out in hardback, ebook and audio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Grammy-nominated producer and DJ, Nic Fanciulli, talks to James about growing up in an Italian household with a footballer dad, wanting to become a footballer himself, and then how he found himself pursuing and succeeding in a career in music instead. Nic speaks of his favourite places he's performed around the world, the nerves he still gets before a set, and how the industry has had to diversify and change in the past year.'MEDIUM RARE' feat Andrea Oliva F is available to listen to now on Spotify, SoundCloud, and any other music streaming service. Find Nic on nicfanciulli.com or @nicfanciulli on Twitter.James Haskell's What A Flanker is out now in print, ebook and audio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
James Haskell talks to podcast extraordinaire, Jamie Morton, about the success of My Dad Wrote A Porno. From reading porn in a church in their first live show (which James attended), to selling out the Sydney Opera House four times, selling out The Royal Albert Hall, and recording one of their episodes for HBO, Jamie and James discuss how it sky-rocketed as one of the most listened to podcasts, and how it shows just how much the world needs humour, escapism and laughter (in the shape of Jamie's dad's dodgy porn) right now.There will be a special Christmas episode of My Dad Wrote a Porno airing on Monday 7th and Monday 14th December. Find the podcast where you usually listen to your podcasts, on Instagram at @mydadwrotea and Twitter at @DadWroteAPorno. Find Jamie himself on @uncleegor on all platforms.You can also buy James' book What a Flanker, out now in hardback, ebook and audio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jay Morton spent 10 years in the SAS and 4 years in the Parachute Regiment knows what it takes to be the best of the best. James talks to Jay about the art of soldiering.Jay's book Soldier: Respect Is Earned is out now in hardback, ebook and audiobook. Follow Jay on Instagram here: @jay_morton.James Haskell's book What A Flanker is also out now online and all good bookshops. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Welcome to The Andy Jaye Podcast - previously titled 'Driven Celebrities' which is the podcasted version of 'Driven', the radio show on talkRADIO.James Haskell opens up about mental health and shares how he's very different from how he's often perceived, plus he shares a hilarious story about how Richard Madeley (his father in law) told him to f**k off when they first met. Anton Du Beke addresses the rumours that he could be in line to be a judge on Strictly Come Dancing now he's crashed out of the competition and talks about how he can fall into a dark funk and not be fun to live with when he's inactive. Jason Bradbury talks about how he used to be part of a comedy group featuring himself, David Walliams, Simon Pegg, and Dominic Diamond. He also discusses how Gadget Show changed his life, and how he's had to fight for his place in the world due to circumstances, and being a quirky looking fella. Remember you can hear Driven on talkRADIO which goes out 'live' every weekend. See all of what we do online at www.drivenchat.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
James is a former England Rugby player as well as playing for Wasps, Northampton, Stade Francis, Ricoh Black Rams and the Highlanders. After retiring from rugby James moved is career in to the world of music. After being a huge fan of him from his rugby days I wanted to talk to him about the transition from rugby to music... Hope you enjoy x
Ireland's favourite comedy duo tackle the Big issues, this week: We talk with former international rugby player and host of The Good, The Bad And The Rugby Podcast James Haskell about sport, I'm a Celeb and his new book What A Flanker.Local celeb newsreader Noel Furlong is back in action with his usual bout of local and world news. Producer Maura has has a money-related mystery topic that is sure to get a lot of eyes rolling. Get in touch email: email@example.com Best correspondence wins the mug.Instagram: the2johnniesWatch clips on YouTube and Facebook The 2 JohnniesSubscribe to our months newsletter for Free updates and content.The 2 Johnnies Xtra Podcast is every Thursday on PatreonThank you for listening.Be good to each other. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Former England Rugby player James Haskell, footballer and coach Neil Danns, football presenter Natalie Paweleck and comedian Neil Delamere join Colin Murray for an hour of sporting punditry, humour and entertainment. Points are awarded for informed comment, wit and passion, but taken away for nonsense and answers lacking in conviction. In the final round, the top two points scorers go head-to-head in 'Defend the Indefensible' where they must both defend a statement however ludicrous or distasteful for twenty seconds. There can only be one winner! Get the podcast from BBC Sounds.
What a week it has been on the podcast and in the life of a certain Archie Curzons aka The Magician aka The CEO of Clapham aka The CCO aka The Vibrator! On the pod this week we hear about his upcoming engagement, the ring he has designed for his soon to be fiancée, how he is planning on telling her old man, and most importantly what he has in store for the upcoming week. In order for him to choose his best-man to organise his stag-do we have both Nick Abendanon & James Haskell on the show to have a banter shootout with one another, so that Archie can decide who is going to get that much coveted spot, as there can only be one man for the job! They discuss what they would both bring to the role but more importantly why the other man should not be trusted recalling past stories of; nights out together, incidents on and off the rugby pitch and in each others personal lives. It gets pretty messy....We also are delighted to have on the show the CEO of Killing Kittens; Emma Sayle - Killing Kittens is the world’s most exclusive, decadent and hedonistic parties, fully focused on the pursuit of female pleasure. Archie is intrigued to find out more about the weird and wonderful underground sex world, fetishes, kinks, things to try out in the boudoir and ultimately pitches himself to become the firs ever male member. ------ WE'VE GOT A SPONSOR - GET 20% OFF ALL MANSCAPED PRODUCTS NOW FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY - WITH THE CODE - RIGBIZ20 AT CHECKOUT - https://uk.manscaped.com/THEY'VE INVENTED THE WORLDS FIRST RAZOR WHICH DOESN'T CUT YOUR BALLS - SO TREAT YOURSELF TO A FEARLESS TRIM NOW!-----Join The Falcons and purchase your cap for pre-season now here - https://rexclub.wpengine.com/product/clapham-falcons/We will be supporting two charities this season, the first being that of 'Move For Zoe', where this weekend we're asking all our listeners to go out and run 5/10KM and donate £10 to raise money for the Move For Zoë foundation.Zoë who was a great school friend of mine suffered a brain haemorrhage in August 2019 as a result of a previously undetected acute Leukaemia. She was urgently admitted to the Intensive Care Unit in Charing Cross Hospital but died 25 days later without recovering consciousness.Please check out the charity below and support generously https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/fundraiser-display/showROFundraiserPage?userUrl=TeamZoeB&isTeam=true.Stay SafeAAA BBB CCCBestFred & Arch
This week on Fortunately, former England Rugby International James Haskell lines up with Fi and Jane. James joins the podcast from his conservatory to spill the beans on I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here, discuss his alternative career ambitions and champion the merits of elevenses. Before James ran through the Fortunately tunnel, Fi and Jane received an update on ball pool cleaning and there's a historical press up challenge. Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
A week after Nigel Owens was on, we drop down a few leagues as Alex is joined by level 6 referee and vice-president of the Oxfordshire Referees Society, Rob Cross to talk about some of the challenges surrounding officiating at the grassroots level. From decreasing numbers, to levels of refereeing, pathways to becoming the next Wayne Barnes, problems from the touchlines and how the game might look in a decade. Join the [House of Rugby Facebook Group]Want to hear more great podcasts from [JOE]?- [Liquid Football] with Kelly Cates, where real players share the best unheard stories from life in football - [TKO with Carl Frampton], bringing you unprecedented access and brutal honesty from inside the world of boxing- [Sportspages] - Dig into the stories behind some of the greatest sports books ever written- [Boys Don't Cry with Russell Kane], the show that gets men talking about the things men never talk about- [Unfiltered with James O'Brien], our critically-acclaimed and award-nominated interview series- [Pioneers with John Amaechi] - Meet the trailblazers behind Britain’s most exciting businesses: https://www.joe.co.uk: https://playpodca.st/boys-dont-cry: https://playpodca.st/tko: https://playpodca.st/unfiltered: https://playpodca.st/sportspages: https://playpodca.st/liquidfootball: https://playpodca.st/pioneers: https://www.facebook.com/groups/394374224458441/
You might know him as James Haskell from I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, or you might know him as a former rugby player for England, or you might know him as a DJ, or as an MMA fighter, or as an inspirational speaker, or author. What can’t this man do?!? James shares his secrets to staying motivated, and made us laugh till our sides hurt. Plus… he reveals what it was REALLY like hanging out with Caitlyn Jenner.More Private PartsExclusive video content on YouTube http://bit.ly/PrivatePartsYouTubeFollow us on Socials @PrivatePodcastNew Episode every FRIDAY!Subscribe today so you never miss an episode: https://apple.co/2WHvFfJCreated by Spirit Hosted By Acast#PrivatePartsPodcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
You might know him as James Haskell from "I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here", or you might know him as a former rugby player for England, or you might know him as a DJ, or as an MMA fighter, or as an inspirational speaker, or author. What can’t this man do?!? James shares his secrets to staying motivated, and made us laugh till our sides hurt. Plus… he reveals what it was REALLY like hanging out with Caitlyn Jenner. More Private PartsExclusive video content on YouTube http://bit.ly/PrivatePartsYouTubeFollow us on Socials @PrivatePodcastNew Episode every FRIDAY!Subscribe today so you never miss an episode: https://apple.co/2WHvFfJCreated by SpiritHosted By Acast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
James Haskell, the man, the myth, the legend, joins me for appearance 3 on the show, chatting about lock down life and keeping fit, his mindset now the world is in this pandemic, his transition from being a professional rugby player to his new life of DJ and MMA fighter, what he believes is the secret to success in unprecedented times, his routine now he’s a solo athlete, conjecture, modern media, and more. This show has laughs, insights and wisdom abound, enjoy.Check out James work at: http://www.jameshaskell.com/Check out his books at: https://amzn.to/34E0oLoCheck out “House of Rugby” on all podcast platforms and YouTube.Check out his House music podcast “BackRow Radio”https://podcasts.apple.com/om/podcast/james-haskell-backrow-radio/id1459256799 (edited)