Archaic term referring to Muslims, especially during the time of the Crusades
Our guest this week is Mark Charles, Native American Activist, Author and Pastor. He has a lot to say about the state of our union and the Doctrine of Discovery. So what is the Doctrine of Discovery? I think Mark explains this clearly in an article he wrote in 2019 for the Faith and Leadership online magazine:"The Doctrine of Discovery is a series of papal bulls, or edicts, of the Catholic Church. The first one, from 1452, is titled Dum Diversas, written by Pope Nicholas V. It authorized the Portuguese to “invade, search out, capture, vanquish, and subdue all Saracens and pagans, … reduce their persons to perpetual slavery, and … convert them to … their use and profit” [as detailed in the follow-up Romanus Pontifex of 1455].It's the church in Europe saying to the nations of Europe, “Wherever you go, whatever land you find not ruled by white European Christian rulers, those people are subhuman, and their land is yours to take.”So this was adopted by European nations both [in efforts] in Africa to colonize and enslave people and by Columbus to land in this “New World,” which is already inhabited by millions, and claim to discover it. You cannot discover lands already inhabited. That's called stealing. The fact that we refer to what Columbus did as “discovery” reveals the implicit racial bias, which is that native people, people of color, aren't fully human."This episode does a deep dive into this dangerous doctrine and using his heavily researched book ("Unsettling Truths: The Ongoing, Dehumanizing Legacy of the Doctrine of Discovery") Mark gives us on a wild history lesson on its impact. We also discuss how the false deification of some of America's most prominent icons (ie: Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Abraham Lincoln, etc) may not necessarily deserve the praise they've received. There's enough in this episode to offend everyone!If you'd like to purchase his book, which we highly recommend, you can purchase it here: https://wirelesshogan.com/2022/10/27/unsettling-truths/Guest Bio:Mark Charles is a speaker, writer, and consultant. The son of an American woman (of Dutch heritage) and a Navajo man, Mark teaches the complexities of American history regarding race, culture, and Christendom in order to help forge a path of healing and conciliation for the nation. In 2012, Mark hosted a public reading at the US Capitol of the buried apology to Native peoples in the 2010 Department of Defense Appropriations Bill given by the 111th Congress. He is the co-author of the book, Unsettling Truths: The Ongoing, Dehumanizing Legacy of the Doctrine of Discovery, and he authors the blog Reflections from the Hogan. He is a co-founder of the Would Jesus Eat Frybread? college-conference series and has served on the boards of the Christian Reformed Church of North America and the Christian Community Development Association. In 2020 Mark ran as an independent candidate for the presidency of the United States, advocating for a Truth and Conciliation Commission – a formal and national dialogue on issues of race, gender, and class.Support the showTo learn more about the show, contact our hosts, or recommend future guests, click on the links below: Website: https://www.faithfulpoliticspodcast.com/ Faithful Host: Josh@faithfulpoliticspodcast.com Political Host: Will@faithfulpoliticspodcast.com Twitter: @FaithfulPolitik Instagram: faithful_politics Facebook: FaithfulPoliticsPodcast LinkedIn: faithfulpolitics
Alex Goode is one of the most versatile rugby players in the club's back division and had developed into a star for Saracens playing over 330 games. On top of an impressive club career, Alex has also enjoyed a highly successful international career. Most recently, he has been a key member of the Saracens squad that secured second place in the Aviva and Gallagher Premiership. He was also been named the European Player of the Year by EPCR in January 2019. Whilst his passion for rugby remains undimmed, he's still demonstrating his leadership qualities by captaining Saracens and his versatility by playing both flyhalf and fullback. By the age of 34, his thoughts turn to what life after rugby could look like. During our conversation at Alex's home in North London, with many dashes tucked under his arm instead of a rugby ball, we talk about how your passion is the fundamental baseline to being successful, how to work hard to get on top of your game, life after rugby and his biggest fear and how to deal with anxiety, stress and putting pressure on oneself. Find out more about Alex Goode via Instagram & Twitter.
WRP 139 - Tails....every time! Former Wales captain & Sale "acting head coach," Rachel Taylor joins Johnnie on the pod this week. "Tails" talks all things Wales with the 6 Nations squad announcement earlier this week, the balance of the squad, her views on the captain & who are the ones to look out for. The new wave of twenty five contracts are also chatted about & the small but constant steps the WRU seem to be making in the women's game, despite all the doom & gloom around the union. The campaign to push rugby in the north is spoken about from the Sale Sharks Women's point of view & what went on at the weekend but also was this part of the stumbling block in Sale re-entering to the next cycle of Premier XVs rugby? The former back rower chats about the league's results at the weekend with her expert coaches eye; what does she make of Exeter's twelfth bonus point victory of the season & are the champions, Saracens, hitting form just at the right time? Plus there is news & results from around the oval world. #WRP @podwomensrugby. email@example.com Coming soon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
NEW YORK , NY - It's crazy to think that this is already Season 3/Episode 4 of The Rugby Odds with WWE Hall of Famer John Bradshaw Layfield, King Gift Egbelu and Matt McCarthy. Critics love it. Fans love it. Add to that list, Schalk Brits. The Springboks legend (2 Rugby World Cups), champion with Saracens and now "the toughest guy in finance," said of this sensational global show: "This is the most fun I've ever had on [show] podcast." Throw in "Conspicuous Cameos" by Jacques Burger, Woody Spoons & Rucky The Seawolf, whom John Bradshaw Layfield threatened to grill and eat - and the train keeps rolling out of control. Picks and banter cover: Six Nations LA 7s Major League Rugby URC Top14 Premiership Super Rugby Pacifka Japan's Rugby League One Super Rugby Americas 'Nuff said. Don't miss out. NOTE: JBL's Twitter handle is @JCLayfield. The "y" was accidentally lost on the editing room floor. And be sure to check out MLR Weekly for all the inside stuff on Major League Rugby. Watch... Listen/Download the Podcast version... Please share and join our weekly newsletter: http://rugbywrapup.com/weekly-updates/ Find All Here: -Web: http://www.RugbyWrapUp.com -Twitter: https://twitter.com/RugbyWrapUp @RugbyWrapUp, @Matt_McCarthy00, @JonnyLewisFilms, @LizardRugby, @LanningZach, @ColbyMarshall2, @Junoir Blaber, @JWB_RWU, @MeetTheMatts, @Declan Yeats. -Face Book: https://www.facebook.com/RugbyWrapUp -Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/RugbyWrapUp -YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/RugbyWrapUp -Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/user/RugbyWrapUp #USARugby #MajorLeagueRugby #RugbyWrapUp #OldGlory #RugbyATL #MLR2020 #SixNations #WorldRugby #SuperRugby #Top14 #PremiershipRugby #Pro14 #URC #UnitedRugbyChampionship #RugbyOdds #RugbyBetting #Saracens #springboks
Mike and Elliott look back over a pant-wettingly tense encounter with Saracens, where a backline consisting of dad's army prevailed in a battle of pure guts and determination, before looking ahead to a devilishly tricky encounter with London Irish. Plus, Tigers hooker Nic Dolly drops by to chat rehab, returns and raw second row power, and Elliott explains the significance and concern surrounding the latest financial news at the club.
Mike and Elliott endure yet another week without the Tigers' mens side playing, but the women continue their unstoppable march and head coach Vicky Macqueen and centre Katie Childs stop by to discuss what the future holds for the side at the top level. Plus, we preview the mens' crucial showdown against runaway leaders Saracens with fellow fan pod, Fezcast, and get stuck into blindside options for the Ultimate Pro Era XV.
Maro Itoje is a rugby union player, currently playing for Saracens and the England national team. Having joined Saracens at 16 years old, Maro shares how the kindness, manners and dedication of the senior players has shaped him. He discusses how his parents never pushed him to focus on rugby, so all of his motivation was internal. Maro claims to not be the most talented player, rather his skillset is based on output and how hard he can work. This allowed him to take ownership of his commitments and efforts. Maro shares how rugby will never be his “true identity”, as it's crucial for him to have varied interests and hobbies outside of rugby. He is currently studying for his Master of Business Administration at University of Warwick. In this episode they discuss authenticity, what it means to be a cultural architect and the role trash talk plays in his life.- - - - - - - - -Last tickets remaining for our live theatre tour! Link: https://www.thehighperformancepodcast.com/live2023.Books Out Now:The High Performance Daily Journal - 365 Ways To Become Your Best! smarturl.it/HPJournalHigh Performance: Lessons From the Best on Becoming Your Best https://amzn.to/3WcJnBsSubscribe to our YouTube to watch episodes : https://bit.ly/3UKkrRDFollow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/highperformanceJoin our book club: https://www.facebook.com/groups/highperformancebookclub Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
George Kruis co-founded fourfive CBD based on the experiences utilizing CBD to aid in healing from injury, as well as to help with lowering anxiety and enhancing sleep. He left professional rugby following a successful 13-year career in order to devote all of his attention to business commitments. In addition to winning three European championships and four Premiership trophies with English Premiership team Saracens, he also earned over 45 caps for England during two World Cups and a trip with the British and Irish Lions thanks to his passion for the game and his excellent skills. Today he is on a mission to help people lead healthier and happier lives through the power of supplements. Join us this Wednesday for this brand-new episode with George Kruis!
George Kruis co-founded fourfive CBD based on the experiences utilizing CBD to aid in healing from injury, as well as to help with lowering anxiety and enhancing sleep. He left professional rugby following a successful 13-year career in order to devote all of his attention to business commitments. In addition to winning three European championships and four Premiership trophies with English Premiership team Saracens, he also earned over 45 caps for England during two World Cups and a trip with the British and Irish Lions thanks to his passion for the game and his excellent skills. Today he is on a mission to help people lead healthier and happier lives through the power of supplements. During the course of our chat, George speaks about his Screw It Just Do It moment for his business and rugby career, when he decides to leave the rugby team, how long it takes to start a wellness business, how does he split up different roles for the business, the importance of having a trusted network, how to carve a niche to yourself, and where is his first customer from. Find out more about George Kruis via Instagram & Website.
The Official Scottish Rugby Podcast
It's Calcutta Cup week! And we are delighted to be joined by Scotland and British & Irish Lions wing, Sean Maitland, on this week's episode of the Official Scottish Rugby Podcast. Sean talks to Chris and Caroline about his elation after being named in Gregor Townsend's squad ahead of this years Guinness Six Nations, his love for Saracens, and what life might hold after rugby.
In this week's show Pete and Lee chew over the last minute defeat against Saracens. How on earth did we manage to lose that one and what is it about the Bears and game management?More of a therapy session than an analytical deep dive the lads at least try to make some sort of sense of the nonsensical. Was it just 'one of those things' or symptomatic of wider malaise within the squad?On the positive side we balance it out a bit by celebrating some excellent individual performances, look forward to a 20% flash sale at the shop tomorrow and congratulate Abbie and Dave Ward on the announcement that their first child is on the way and speculate whether its worth putting a few bob on it become an England international.All this and a tiny bit more and it comes in at well under the hour for once!
BBC Radio Scotland Rugby Podcast
Andy Burke and the team react to Edinburgh 20-14 Saracens in the Champions Cup
St. Francis of Assisi by G. K. Chesterton audiobook. For Chesterton, Francis of Assisi is a great paradoxical figure, a man who loved women but vowed himself to chastity; an artist who loved the pleasures of the natural world as few have loved them, but vowed himself to the most austere poverty, stripping himself naked in the public square so all could see that he had renounced his worldly goods; a clown who stood on his head in order to see the world aright. Chesterton gives us Francis in his world-the riotously colorful world of the High Middle Ages, a world with more pageantry and romance than we have seen before or since. Here is the Francis who tried to end the Crusades by talking to the Saracens, and who interceded with the emperor on behalf of the birds. Here is the Francis who inspired a revolution in art that began with Giotto and a revolution in poetry that began with Dante. Here is the Francis who prayed and danced with pagan abandon, who talked to animals, who invented the creche. I read this book as a young man and not only did it introduce me to the amazing world of Chesterton, but it was a revelation of how an entire culture could be captured in a slim volume.
Marco Masotti is not afraid to be outspoken on Twitter. He brokers huge sports acquisition deals like the recent takeover of Chelsea FC and the complete re-imagination of the Milwaukee Bucks. But through it all, rugby has been a constant in his life. Now as an owner of the one and only Sharks, as well as as a stakeholder in Saracens, Marco is helping change the game and his influence is rubbing off in the MLR.
Fezcast - The Saracens Supporters Association Podcast
Our special guest this week is former Sarrie Will Hooley, who chats to Jez and Barry about learning from Faz and Goodey, Playing in the Championship, ringfencing, and his honest views on his USA side not making the World Cup. And of course, moving from St Albans to sunny California...also on the show, Matt, Barry and Sam discuss a tense and controversial victory at Gloucester. And everyone's favourite panto villain Owen Farrell. Due to timings this was recorded on the Sunday - after the match but before any citing process. So it was crystal ball at the ready!
Cherry Jam - A Gloucester Rugby Supporter Podcast
We know you wanted to hear our thoughts on this and considering everything we are pretty calm and collected. The lads discuss the game, the positives, the negatives, the heartbreak and the controversies Are we just salty, bitter and over-reacting? Do Gloucester Fans deserve the criticism from some for the booing? Just how useless is Karl Dickson? Ok, we may be a little salty and bitter. Ed Price Jim Harley Lawrence Landray
Fezcast - The Saracens Supporters Association Podcast
Jez and Matt saw in the New Year in style, by reviewing the results of a busy RFU disciplinary panel which scrubbed Ben Earl's red card and saw a high-profile punishment handed out to Joe Marler.A nod is given to those receiving New Year's Honours, but most importantly to Tony Rowe (up to you to decide what CBE actually stands for) who saw his Exeter Chiefs team pummelled by a Saracens team righting some wrongs of the week before and led by an inspired Owen Farrell.
Will Kelleher, Stephen Jones and Stuart Barnes are here for the first show of 2023!We look back on the recent round of Premiership action including Saracens sublime win over Exeter and also the fallout from Joe Marler's incident with Jake Heenan which saw him subsequently banned for six weeks.Saracens Nick Tompkins joins the show to discuss this weekends game with Gloucester, the departure of Wayne Pivac from Wales and the return of Warren Gatland ahead of the Six NationsPlus there's a bit of England chat as Steve Borthwick made further changes to his backroom staff as well as our God and Goddess of the week! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
“The most signal and most durable monument of human folly that has yet appeared in any age or nation." - David Hume The Crusades is one of the defining chapters in History, a showcase for ‘East meets West'. It was the era of great men, Saladin, Richard the Lionheart, St Bernard of Clairvaux. So who cocked up the Fourth Crusade? And how did it end up turning on fellow Christians? Comedian Mikey Robins and Historian Paul Wilson kick off their new series in style. Join Mikey and Paul as they take on Seljuks, Saracens, Mamluks and more. Facebook Twitter Instagram See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Fezcast - The Saracens Supporters Association Podcast
Its a packed christmas show! Christian Judge joins us to discuss commentary, champions cup and the Chase, while RugbyPass writer Matt Merritt has his say on the big restructuring news in Premier 15s. Jez, Matt and Barry also find time to discuss the Lyon match and our new incoming England head coach!
On this SLMan podcast, Georgie Coleridge Cole & Heather Steele are joined by FourFive's George Kruis & Dom Day. George was a professional rugby player for 14 years, winning three European titles & four Premiership trophies for Saracens & achieving over 45 caps for England during two World Cups & a British & Irish Lions tour. Dom was also a professional rugby player for 14 years. He played in the 2015 Rugby World Cup for Wales & has over 250 top-flight games to his name, finishing his career as a proud member of Saracens. Together, the pair started CBD brand FourFive in 2018. FourFive aims to help people lead healthier, happier lives through the power of CBD & vitamin supplements made from only the highest quality plant extracts & ingredients. Here, the pair tell SheerLuxe Founder & Editor Georgie Coleridge Cole & Managing Lifestyle Editor Heather Steele how they became elite players, their career highlights & why hydration is even more important than you might think.https://fourfive.com/https://www.instagram.com/fourfiveuk/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We're in the studio for our Christmas party and the lads have gone all out with their thoughtful secret Santa gifts. Jim tells of the hardship of being in Tier 2 media and a run-in with an irate taxi driver ahead of the Lyon v Saracens game. We wrap up all the rest of the Champions Cup action, including the controversy in Ulster, Leinster trashing Gloucester shags and Ospreys with the upset of the weekend in France. We also react to the news that Borthwick will be England coach and what it means for England fans as well as Leicester tigers. Merry Christmas everyone! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Life Lessons: From Sport and Beyond
Henry Fraser is a best-selling painter, best-selling author and highly in-demand public speaker. When he was seventeen years old, Henry's life changed in a moment when he was paralysed from the shoulders down after breaking his neck diving into the sea in Portugal. Before his accident, despite being an academy rugby player for Saracens, Henry described himself as being quite anxiety prone, and someone who hated public speaking.Loads of people hate public speaking, but Henry has some words of wisdom that can literally change your experience of public speaking in an instant. Can also change how you experience social anxiety – subtle but profound change of focus.****BREAKING NEWS** In the New Year, I will be back releasing longer episodes every monday.Follow/message me:Instagram https://www.instagram.com/simonmundie/Twitter https://twitter.com/simonmundieAnd for the 'Mundie on Monday' newsletter - featuring three of the best Life Lessons from four years and 200 of these conversations - head to simonmundie.com (where you can also drop me an email)Please do share this episode with anyone who may benefit, and rate and review wherever you get your podcasts. It makes a big difference and is hugely appreciated. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Fezcast - The Saracens Supporters Association Podcast
Four of the team are round the mics this week having only just warmed up from a sub-zero weekend at the StoneX. They first review a record defeat for Saracens Women, with Sam picking up some encouraging next-day insight from captain Lotte Clapp.Then, its the return of Saracens to the Champions Cup, in a format that divides opinion! The team review the key moments from a close victory over Edinburgh, from tackles to tries.Walter Beede - Baseball Lifer's Podcast"The Youth Baseball Guy" | Former NCAA Head Baseball Coach, Speaker, Author | Tweets...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
BBC Radio Scotland Rugby Podcast
Reaction from Andy Burke and the team to Saracens 30 Edinburgh 26 in the Champions Cup
Fezcast - The Saracens Supporters Association Podcast
Matt and Jo are joined this week by Saracens' bionic woman Georgia Evans! The Welsh international takes us through her ups and downs from the last year, from a horror arm break to a professional contract and the Rugby World Cup, and the opening fixtures for Saracens WomenAlso on the show, something about Eddie Jones... is this the last ever #JezRants?Walter Beede - Baseball Lifer's Podcast"The Youth Baseball Guy" | Former NCAA Head Baseball Coach, Speaker, Author | Tweets...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
Our beloved holy Father Nicholas is, along with St George (and second to the All-holy Theotokos), probably the best-loved Saint of the Church. His numberless miracles through the ages, on behalf of the countless Christians who have called on him, cannot be told. He was born in Lycia (in Asia Minor) around the end of the third century, to pious Christian parents. His love of virtue, and his zeal for observing the canons of the Church, were evident from his infancy, when he would abstain from his mother's breast every Wednesday and Friday until the evening. From early youth he was inclined to solitude and silence; in fact, not a single written or spoken word of the Saint has come down to us. Though ordained a priest by his uncle, Archbishop Nicholas, he attempted to withdraw to a hermit's life in the Holy Land; but he was told by revelation that he was to return home to serve the Church publicly and be the salvation of many souls. When his parents died, he gave away all of his inheritance to the needy, and thereafter almsgiving was his greatest glory. He always took particular care that his charity be done in secret. Perhaps the most famous story of his open-handedness concerns a debt-ridden man who had no money to provide dowries for his daughters, or even to support them, and in despair had resolved to give them into prostitution. On three successive nights the Saint threw a bag of gold into the window of the man's house, saving him and his daughters from sin and hopelessness. The man searched relentlessly to find and thank his benefactor; when at last he discovered that it was Nicholas, the Saint made him promise not to reveal the good deed until after he had died. (This story may be the thin thread that connects the Saint with the modern-day Santa Claus). God honored his faithfulness by granting him unparalleled gifts of healing and wonderworking. Several times he calmed storms by his prayers and saved the ship that he was sailing in. Through the centuries he has often done the same for sailors who call out to him, and is considered the patron of sailors and all who go to sea. He was elected Bishop of Myra not long before the great persecutions under Diocletian and Maximian (c. 305), and was put in prison, from which he continued to encourage his flock in the Faith. When the Arian heresy wracked the Church not long after Constantine came to the throne, St Nicholas was one of the 318 Bishops who gathered in Nicea in 325. There he was so incensed at the blasphemies of Arius that he struck him on the face. This put the other bishops in a quandary, since the canons require that any hierarch who strikes anyone must be deposed. Sadly, they prepared to depose the holy Nicholas; but in the night the Lord Jesus and the most Holy Theotokos appeared to them, telling them that the Saint had acted solely out of love for Truth, not from hatred or passion, and that they should not act against him. While still in the flesh, he sometimes miraculously appeared in distant places to save the lives of the faithful. He once saved the city of Myra from famine by appearing to the captain of a ship full of grain, telling him to take his cargo to the city. He appeared in a dream to Constantine to intercede for the lives of three Roman officers who had been falsely condemned; the three grateful soldiers later became monks. The holy bishop reposed in peace around 345. His holy relics were placed in a church built in his honor in Myra, where they were venerated by throngs of pilgrims every year. In 1087, after Myra was conquered by the Saracens, the Saint's relics were translated to Bari in southern Italy, where they are venerated today. Every year, quantities of fragrant myrrh are gathered from the casket containing his holy relics.
As part of the launch of the new Heineken Champions Cup season, Aisling O'Reilly was in England catching up with players from all of the competing teams this season. She catches up with some of the Premiership's new signings and transfers, Leicester Tigers' Handre Pollard, Sale Sharks' George Ford, as well as Saracens' Nick Isiekwe and Gloucester's Alex Craig. Rugby on Off The Ball w/ Vodafone Ireland | #TeamOfUs
Fezcast - The Saracens Supporters Association Podcast
Jez and Jon look back at the weekends games as the men narrowly lose to Tel Aviv Heat whilst the women continue a bonus point garnering start to the season vs Wasps. And Eddie Jones may not want to listen in as we look back at England being taken apart by the Boks.Plus we remember a true Rugby great, Doddie Weir, whilst catching up on Jez's running challenge fundraising for the Motor Neurone Disease Association.
Class is in session as Hugh Woozencroft, Rachael Burford and Alex Goode grade the Autumn Nations Series for key teams. They are joined by South Africa captain and legend John Smit, who assesses an incumbent Springboks side ahead of their World Cup defence in 2023, as well sharing his views on Rassie Erasmus. The team also pay tribute to the late, great Doddie Weir and his legacy on and off the pitch, discuss England's capitulation at the weekend, Australia's 21 point comeback against Wales and also nominate the hardest lads across all the international sides. Drop us a voicenote on the House Of Rugby WhatsApp at 07852281348 to get involved.
England Rugby Podcast: O2 Inside Line
Rugby was a passion as well as a coping tool for Billy Vunipola. The Saracens number 8 reveals what it was like growing up in Tonga before moving to Wales, opening up about the culture differences between the two and how he used rugby as a buffer to communicate in a country different to his native tongue. The backrower dives into his on-off professional career and how he works on himself to become a better person.In this pod you will also hear from Castle School PE teacher Lloyd Spacey, Billy's brother Mako and fellow England players Owen Farrell and Marcus Smith.FOLLOW:· England Rugby Facebook· England Rugby Instagram· England Rugby Twitter· England Rugby TikTok· O2 Sports Instagram· O2 Sports Twitter SUBSCRIBE:· Subscribe to the pod here. BUY:· Get the latest kits, training and leisure wear from England Rugby Store**Please like and subscribe to the podcast on whatever platform you listen on, it really helps spread the stories of England's players** Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
My guest this week is my former Esher Rugby teammate, Nigerian international and good friend, Jnr Harrison. This interview was recorded in August of 2022 and we talked about Jnr's start in adult rugby with London Nigerians, the 7's & beach rugby circuits, Naked lunches (true story) and appearing in Rugby TV adverts. We then moved on to talk about how Jnr got his first contract to play rugby, his incredible ability to stack on mass and the injuries that blighted a portion of his career. Lastly, we talked about his time playing for the Nigerian national side, how he's trying to bring through the next generation and his transition into a rugby fan with a season ticket at Saracens. LINKS Jnr can be contacted on Twitter & Instagram @jnrharrison. Nsa Harrison on LinkedIn Nigeria Stallions RFC on Twitter @NigeriaRugby or on Instagram @nigeriaexilesrfc 7's teams mentioned @Racing_7's @theflairbears @susiessaloon PODCAST KIT Everything I use to create, edit and produce this podcast can be found on my Creating a Podcast (https://www.amateurrugbypodcast.com/creating-a-podcast/) page. SUPPORT If you would like to support the podcast in some way then there are plenty of options for you on my Support the Podcast (https://www.amateurrugbypodcast.com/support/) page.
Fezcast - The Saracens Supporters Association Podcast
Senior Academy first year Charlie-Reynolds West joins us on the show to discuss the Premiership Cup campaign, how the young players have gelled in the squad, and his development on the wing.Also on the show, Jez, Matt and Barry discuss a winning start for Saracens women, and a 100th cap for the legendary Owen Farrell. But Matt does have an axe to grind with our skipper thanks to everyone's good friend Rassie Erasmus...
Mike and Elliott are joined by the lineout general himself, Mr Calum Green, to nause all over the set piece technicalities, Tigers' start to the season and his favourite moments across two stints at the club. Plus, we chat through what we can take from a Premiership Cup win against Saracens and look forward to the long-awaited return of Premiership Rugby at Welford Road, with London Irish coming to town.
Post match analysis plus reaction from Brettt Deacon and Cameron Henderson
What a joy it is to be joined by a 5 x Premiership Champion and 3 x European Champion - possibly the most decorated player of all time - in Ex England International and Saracens Captain Brad Barritt. He takes us on a rollercoaster journey from his childhood where his life was saved by an unlikely hero in Matt Stevens during a water polo match, the heartbreak of losing the Super Rugby Final, Moving to Saracens and the dodgy dealings which went on with the owners, the day Owen Farrell almost blinded him for life, Having operations with no Painkillers in order to play a match in the following days, the abuse he got when he went back to South Africa, the shocking way Eddie Jones dropped him from the England team, Why Padel Tennis is the new golf in the business world and much much more.... ------------ Right now, it's time to reclaim your health and arm your immune system with convenient, daily nutrition! It's just one scoop in a cup of water every day. To make it easy, Athletic Greens are going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/rigbiz to take ownership over your health and pick up the ultimate daily nutritional insurance! If you're bald or thinning on top, stop bloody feeling sorry for yourselves and go to the SONS website now, chose the 3 month package and you'll have a full head of hair or a new lid in time for Christmas!!! Stop dillydallying and get on it now and to make it easier we will give you 30% off any package you choose with the code RIGBIZ30 - https://sons.co.uk/
Adam Whitty, Chris Egerton & a Tigers fan review the win over Bath, and preview Sarries.
Owen Farrell and his dad Andy have a unique relationship. The Saracens back reveals what it was like growing watching him in an all-conquering Wigan Warriors team, to being coached by him and England and now facing him as opposition with his position as head coach of Ireland. Owen opens up about what it was like moving from Wigan to London when his dad switched to rugby union, how he spends his time away from the field and where his competitive streak comes from.In this pod you will also hear from Owen's uncle, former Great Britain and Wigan Warriors captain, Sean O'Loughlin as well as fellow England players Marcus Smith and Billy Vunipola.FOLLOW:· England Rugby Facebook· England Rugby Instagram· England Rugby Twitter· England Rugby TikTok· O2 Sports Instagram· O2 Sports Twitter SUBSCRIBE:· Subscribe to the pod here. BUY:· Get the latest kits, training and leisure wear from England Rugby Store**Please like and subscribe to the podcast on whatever platform you listen on, it really helps spread the stories of England's players** Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
England Rugby Podcast: O2 Inside Line
Being gay is not something that defines Hannah Botterman, she just want to be Hannah Botterman. The Red Roses and Saracens prop opens about about her relationship to club and international team mate Holly Aitchison, her unusual route to Test rugby via eating pasties while working as a painter and decorator and her family relationships. She also discusses why she never thought she had to 'come out', how she initially felt unprepared for international rugby and how she embraces being a role model.In this pod, you will also hear from Holly speaking about the long journey to took for them to end up as a couple, as well as from England head coach Simon Middleton, fellow Red Roses' Jess Breach and Sadia Kabeya, and Hannah's old boss when she worked as a painter and decorator.FOLLOW:· England Rugby Facebook· England Rugby Instagram· England Rugby Twitter· England Rugby TikTok· O2 Sports Instagram· O2 Sports Twitter SUBSCRIBE:· Subscribe to the pod here. BUY:· Get the latest kits, training and leisure wear from England Rugby Store**Please like and subscribe to the podcast on whatever platform you listen on, it really helps spread the stories of England's players** Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
House of Rugby is back with a brand new lineup of Alex Goode, Rachael Burford and Hugh Woozencroft for the first episode of this new series! There's a surprise for Alex as the team celebrate his phenomenal achievement of becoming the most capped Saracens player of all time. Hugh and Alex discuss the Autumn Nations Series following England's loss to Argentina at the weekend - their first since 2006. Rachael is in New Zealand ahead of the Women's Rugby World Cup Final, and fills us in down the line about the mood in Auckland, and if the Red Roses have what it takes to beat the Black Ferns on home turf at Eden Park. Plus there's a celebration of rugby's most iconic tashes in honour of Movember, and Hugh comes through with a hot take about England going into next year's World Cup... Don't forget, you can get in touch with the House Landline - drop us a WhatsApp message or voice note to be featured on next week's episode, the number is 07852281348.
What a pleasure to have James Parkes on the show as he takes Nashy through his journey to today and the launch of his new business My Day. A corporate well-being platform, aimed at assisting employee's physical and mental health in the workplace.A former pro rugby player with Gloucester and Saracens, James then progressed to become lead coach for stregth and conditioning at Exeter Chiefs. The conversation dives into athlete mental health, fatherhood, entreprenuership and James discusses the brave decision he made to step away from rugby and pursue his passion.This Podcast is brought to you by ACE Property - Management and Sales - Edinburgh.Contact Nashy for Podcast Sponsorship opportunities and get you brand / business in the ears of thousands of listeners.Follow Nashy...Insta - @the_getafterit_familyInsta - @getafterit_nashyYouTube - GET AFTER IT with NashyTwitter - @GetAfterItNashyFacebook - GET AFTER IT with NashyFacebook - Dads and Dudes - Private group
Chris Jones makes his return to the pod after six long weeks. He joins Ugo and Danny to discuss Adam Hastings' outrageous drop goal for Gloucester, Finn Russell being dropped by Gregor Townsend and international captaincy. Danny has plenty to say about Saracens and what Alex Goode is like on a night out. There's a first win of the season for Bath and we have some exciting pod news ahead of the autumn internationals.
Following the announcement that they have gone into administration, we're joined by Wasps CEO Stephen Vaughan to discuss how his team became the second Premiership side this season to fall. The lads chat through the exciting inclusions in Eddie Jones' England squad for the Autumn Nations Series as well as the shock omissions. We run through all the action from the Premiership and URC as both Sale and Saracens make it 5 wins from 5. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Our special co-host this week is England and Saracens hooker Jamie George. He joins Danny and Sara to discuss another bleak day for English club rugby as Wasps become the second Premiership club to go into administration. They speak to one of the administrators to find out what the club's options are moving forward. They chat to a rugby agent about how the player market has changed and why finding a new club is so tricky. Plus, there's plenty to unpick from Eddie Jones' England squad for the autumn and Jamie gives us an insight into the new look Saracens this season.
Today we're joined by one of rugbys greatest ever players in world cup winner and IRB player of the year - Schalk Burger to discuss his incredible 17 year career in rugby. A career that's never been short of entertainment both on or off the pitch - whether it be his 7 yellow cards in international rugby, his 4 world cup campaigns, his 2 month stay in hospital where he nearly died, his battles with the likes of Richie McCaw and George Smith, his hatred for Nic White, his thoughts on Johny Sexton being the biggest whiner in world rugby, going out for beers with Eddie Jones every day after training, his amazingly loose memories of Saracens famous away mid-season piss ups, that infamous eye gouging incident against the Lions, his thoughts on the Springboks involvement in the Six Nations, and a lot more....Plus we hear from Burnsy and Ryan on their insights behind the scenes at Leicester and Glasgow along with their takes on the biggest stories in the Prem and URC. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Gabriel is joined by Bath No.8 Nahum Merigan to break down the defeat to Gloucester on Saturday. They then discuss his playing style, aspirations and thoughts on the trip to Saracens. @bathrugbyplug #ThickandThin
The Gentleman‘s Journal Podcast
Our guest today is Maro Itoje, the England and Saracens rugby player and Frieze London committee member. Maro has won four English Premiership titles with Saracens, three European Rugby Champions Cup titles, three Six Nations titles, and has played in a world cup final — that agonizing defeat, of course, to South Africa, which we talked about a bit during our conversation. On top of that, he's been selected for two British & Irish Lions tours, and in the second of these was voted the Lions Player of the Series. Off the pitch, he's a huge collector of African art and has curated an exhibition with Sotheby's — and eventually, he tells us, he'd like to open up a London gallery of his very own. In a highly enjoyable episode, we talk about the origins of his ‘Pearl' nickname; the fragile state of Premiership Rugby; the psychological tricks of England Coach Eddie Jones; and the last days of Roger Federer.
WRP 126 - Pool Pod 'B'It is finally here the 2021 World Cup..............in 2022! As all 12 teams get ready to do battle, we take you inside no less than 8 of the camps. These are split into 3 pods, 1 of each pool, this episode concentrates pool B, with USA, Canada, Japan and Italy. Canada captain Sophie De Goede, the daughter of not 1 but 2 former captains, who lead Canada to World Cups! From the USA, Rob Cain, the former Premier XVs winning Saracens coach, gives us the lay of the land on his USA squad and what it means to him personally to be at a World Cup. They face Italy in the opening game and from that camp, Giada Franco, the all action flanker; chats with JH about the first week in New Zealand and where the squad are, ahead of round 1. #wrugby @podwomensrugby firstname.lastname@example.org Coming soon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ugo, Danny and Sara round-up a high-scoring and entertaining weekend in the Premiership. We chat about Saracens thrashing champions Leicester, a sensational solo try and a double hat-trick for Irish. We also discuss the statement released by Worcester owners Jason Whittingham and Colin Goldring over the weekend which criticised the club's fans and players. Plus, there is a big announcement about the Women's World Cup which kicks off this weekend.
Friends of the Rosary: Today is the commemoration of Our Lady of Ransom. In 1218, in Spain, the Blessed Virgin appeared in separate visions to St. Peter Nolasco, St. Raymond of Penafort, and James, King of Aragon, asking them to found a religious order dedicated to freeing Christian captives from the barbarous Saracens or Moors. At the time, Saracens or Moors held a great part of Spain. The Mercedarian Order, comprised of knights, produced heroes of charity who collected alms for the ransom of Christians and often gave themselves up in exchange for Christian prisoners. Also, today is the Memorial of Our Lady of Walsingham. This feast day celebrates the shrine in Norfolk, England, which was a popular medieval pilgrimage site. On March 29, 2020, England was rededicated as the “Dowry of Mary” with Our Lady of Walsingham being the central Marian devotion. Ave Maria! Jesus, I Trust In You! + Mikel A. | RosaryNetwork.com, New York • September 24, 2021, Today's Rosary on YouTube | Daily broadcast at 7:30 pm ET