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Chris and Ugo dissect a big weekend of semi-finals in the Premiership and URC. Sale reached their first Premiership final in 17 years and face serial finalists Saracens. It means for the second successive year it will be Ford v Farrell in the big dance at Twickenham. There was a big shock in the URC as Munster toppled Leinster thanks to Jack Crowley's late drop goal. How will this impact Leinster heading into this weekend's Champions Cup final. And our special guest this week is Sergio Parisse who talks Italy, World Cups, leadership and life in Toulon ahead of their meeting with Glasgow in the Challenge Cup final.
What's the best food to make for date night? How long should you really cook a fish finger for? And is grapefruit ever acceptable? Answering all these questions is the brilliant Sarah Rossi, aka @tamingtwins! We talk about her fab new book, What's for Dinner?, and how she saved Ellie's Christmas. We share our filthy food secrets including our laziest comfort recipes, and our favourite kitchen gadgets. Ellie has a confession to share about a romantic gesture she made for Pete, and Helen reveals what she likes to do with a pyrex bowl and a cheese slice. There's also some personal chat as Sarah tells us how she went from food blog to cookery book. We talk about how going through IVF affected her parenting in the early years, and she shares the one thing you should never say to a new mum who's having a tough time. The awesome What's for Dinner? is one of the best cookery books we've ever read, and it's out now. The sequel, What's for Dinner in One Pot?, will be released on 28 September. You can check out the recipe for Helen's lovely lemon slice here.**WE ARE ON TOUR!** Come and see our live comedy show in 2023! We are on our way to Twickenham, Leeds, Birmingham, Crewe, Colchester, Wimborne, Wells, Taunton, Basingstoke, Horsham, Tunbridge Wells, Leamington Spa, Corby, Harrogate, Middlesborough, Chelmsford, Lowestoft, Bristol, Brighton, Bath... And new dates are being added all the time! Keep an eye on scummymummies.com for announcements and tickets. **WE HAVE A SHOP!** Visit scummymummiesshop.com for our ace t-shirts, mugs, washbags, sweatshirts and beach towels. FREE UK DELIVERY! We're on Twitter (@scummymummies), Instagram, and Facebook. If you like the podcast, please rate, review and subscribe. Thanks for listening! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
WRP 147 - Coaches, WXV & Team of the tourny! As the dust settles after an historic 6 Nations, Rachael Burford & Johnnie Hammond - still buzzing from the "occasion" at Twickenham; give their final review. They also pick a WRP 6 Nations "team of the tournament," is it Vernier or Heard, Tremouliere or Aitchison, Packer or Callender? Before that, even more news coming out of women's rugby & as ever The WRP is across it all. The Red Roses new coaching set up, with John Mitchell & our very own Sarah Hunter, is discussed in detail, the characters, the blend. Within that the pair talk about the reduced time Mitchell has with the Red Roses due to his commitments with the Japanese men's team at the World Cup. Some finer detail of WXV have been announced this week, this is spoken about & also the flexibility the women's game needs to have in it's infancy & those that work in it need to recognise that mistakes will be made. There is all the rest of the news from new sponsorship, SA becoming a core 7s team again, Sweden back in action, Exeter double up, fabulous semis from Australia a& what is Ruby Tui's next move.... @podwomensrugby email@example.com Coming soon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The final round of the #WomensSixNations concluded with England winning the Grand Slam in-front of a record crowd at Twickenham. We look back at the highs and lows of the Six Nations with a deep focus on Ireland who finished rock bottom of the table. In this episode we discuss the reports that Head Coach Greg McWilliams has stepped down, we look at the potential candidates to replace him. Should Lynne Cantwell be looked at in a higher role? Will any coach make a difference if there is no change in structure and strategy? Who were Hannah's top performers this Six Nations. We've got it ALL! Tune in. The Her Sport Six Nations Show brought to you in association with Opel - Proud Sponsors of Irish Rugby #DriveOnJoin hosts Hannah Tyrrell and Jessica Woodlock as they discuss the biggest talking points from the TikTok Women's Six Nations. Whether you're a die-hard rugby fan or just curious about the sport, The Her Sport Six Nations Show is the perfect place to get your fix. Tune in now and join the conversation! #WomensRugby #IrishRugby Visit the website https://hersport.ie/ Check out the Her Sport channels Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hersport.ie Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/HerSport.ie/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/HerSportDotIE About Her Sport: Her Sport is a media platform centred on bringing the latest Irish and international women's sports news. Her Sport aims to empower women in sport, inspire more female participation, increase opportunity and level the playing field for future generations. Our objective is to create real and tangible change. Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Big weekend of ruggers as we wrap up two huge Champions Cup semi-finals and another Grand Slam for England's women in front of a record crowd at Twickenham. We'll be chatting to one of their players of the tournament, Sadia Kabeya. We also wrap up the Challenge Cup and pay tribute to some of the best one of club players in the game! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
WRP 146 - It didn't disappoint! Bonus on the whistle pod...Twickenham saw history made for a world record crowd at a women's test match, nearly 60,000 people were there to witness The Red Roses crowned as Grand Slam Champions, in a riveting game. All the WRP team were there (wild horses and all that....) & after the final whistle, Burf & Johnnie sat down to try & put into words just what an extraordinary day it was. The joyous pair try to convey the emotion, excitement, the vibe of Twickenham, which was very different; on the field, the French start to England's sucker punch & dominance that followed to the comeback from the French. Marlie Packer's Mum (Mother of Mama Marlie!) happened to walked by & stopped for a quick chat, expressing the incredible pride & joy she was feeling. The conversation naturally moved to the strides the game has been, which they have all witnessed. Some day for the sport! @podwomensrugby email@example.com Coming soon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ugo, Danny and Chris wrap up Champions Cup semi-final weekend after impressive wins for Leinster and La Rochelle, but who made the bigger statement? There's also plenty of excitement about the Challenge Cup after Glasgow reached their first European final and will now face a star-studded Toulon in Dublin. We hear what it's like to party with Sergio Parisse in Paris, reflect on a memorable weekend at Twickenham and find out which F1 personality Danny is going to be at his end of season party.
England completed the Grand Slam in front of a record women's crowd of 58,498 at Twickenham. Chris, Sara and Kat Merchant bring you reaction from to a landmark day for the women's game and ask what is next for the Six Nations after a thrilling title decider at the home of English rugby. They also discuss Simon Middleton's legacy as Red Roses head coach as he ends his reign on a high.
Former Ireland international Anna Caplice assessed how Ireland might be able to get a win vs. Scotland on the last day of the Six Nations and gave her opinion on who might win the battle between France and England at a sold out Twickenham. Catch OTB's sports breakfast show LIVE weekday mornings from 7:30am or just search for OTB AM and get the podcast on the OTB Sports app or wherever you listen to yours. SUBSCRIBE and FOLLOW the OTB AM podcast. #OTBAM is live weekday mornings from 7:30am across Off The Ball, in association with Gillette | #EffortlessFlow
The team look ahead to Wales' final Six Nations match in Italy and reflect on the 2023 tournament as England and France prepare for a record crowd at Twickenham. Gareth Rhys Owen and Lauren Jenkins are joined by former Wales international Philippa Tuttiett and broadcaster Laura-Jane Jones.
Danny Kelly and Andy Jacobs broadcast from the Cabbage Patch pub in Twickenham ahead of the final Women's Six Nations weekend. They were joined by Friday regular Martin Kelner to talk all things sport on TV as well as Fisherman's Blues host Nigel Botherway! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Horace Walpole was the O.G. Goth (Original Goth Goth). He was an eccentric 18th Century writer, who transformed a modest cottage in Twickenham into a plaster and papier-mâche fantasy. Join James and Alasdair as we venture into the gloomsome, vaulted hallways of The Gothic. Sorry, Gothick. This episode features Strawberry Hill ghost stories from Patsy Sorenti and a chilling tale from the unwary prankster Davy Craig. There's a wooden cravat and a gigantic suit of armour. And, as a special treat, James tries to guess what John Dee's Speculum was. He gets it wrong. Loreboys nether say die! Check the sweet, sweet merch here... https://www.teepublic.com/stores/loremen-podcast?ref_id=24631 Support the Loremen here (and get stuff): patreon.com/loremenpod ko-fi.com/loremen @loremenpod youtube.com/loremenpod www.instagram.com/loremenpod www.facebook.com/loremenpod
Sara and Philippa are back to preview the final round of the Six Nations. They chat to England captain Marlie Packer ahead of their Grand Slam decider at Twickenham. We hear about her injury scare last weekend, how the squad are dealing with Simon Middleton's departure and why leading the team out on Saturday will be extra special. Sara and Philippa are also joined by Scotland captain Rachel Malcolm, who reflects on their first Six Nations win in two years and tells us what it was like to meet Princess Anne.
WRP 145 - Super Saturday with 50K +An historic game awaits the 50K + supporters (and they all pid for their tickets!) that will travel to Twickenham on Saturday; the first game of Super Saturday, Italy face off against Wales and Scotland host Ireland. As well as looking ahead World Cup winner Rachael Burford and Johnnie Hammond reflect on last weekend, with some fascinating performances and results. The biggest talking point was that victory for Scotland, finally; no better person to speak to than their leader and captain, Rachel Malcolm. The skipper speaks of the sense in the warm up and in the eyes of players; that the long waited victory would be theirs against Italy. How that happen, tactically and the main players involved; the flanker also throws some bouquets to her front row and a couple of 50-cappers! England's win is discussed and just how difficult Ireland made it for the Red Roses, and where Simon Middleton's side will need to improve against France. The other unbeaten side, France dismantled Wales in the opening half out in Grenoble, just why were they so "on it?!" Where will Wales need to brush up, did selection have a say in the result? All this plus news from Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Hong Kong, plus those shout outs. Don't forget to book your tickets to the live show Friday 28th April at The Cabbage Patch, Twickenham, doors open at 7:30. Join Sarah Hunter, Rachael Burford and Lenaig Corson. You can find tickets: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/womens-rugby-pod-29691309405@podwomensrugby firstname.lastname@example.org Coming soon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
3 from 3! Gabriel and Tom return to talk another away win, this time at Twickenham over Harlequins. The lads then look ahead to the final game of the season and discuss Champions Cup permutations @bathrugbyplug #ThickandThin
In this episode we're joined by Nicki Bamford-Bowes, aka @andthentheywentwild, and Wayne Perrey, the TV carpenter! They're here with loads of tips for improving your interiors, whatever your budget. Nicki tells us the number one thing you should do before you start any design or diy project, and Wayne has a great idea for giving kids their own space in a shared room. We talk about whether interior design skills can be learned, and dealing with clients who have their own ideas about what looks good. Nicki has some suggestions for how to let teens express themselves without messing up your whole house, and we reveal what our own teenage bedrooms were like. Ellie launches a furious attack on Wayne for reasons that involve the monarchy, flowers, and Alan Titchmarsh. And we finish with some excellent Scummy Mummy Confessions! You can follow Nicki on Instagram @andthentheywentwild. For more from Wayne, including details of his awesome new House Proud members group, visit thetvcarpenter.com. **WE ARE ON TOUR!** Come and see our live comedy show in 2023! We are on our way to Winchester, Newcastle, Lichfield, Rotherham, Twickenham, Leeds, Birmingham, Crewe, Lowestoft, Bristol, Brighton, Bath... And new dates are being added all the time! Keep an eye on scummymummies.com for announcements and tickets. **WE HAVE A SHOP!** Visit scummymummiesshop.com for our ace t-shirts, mugs, washbags, sweatshirts and beach towels. FREE UK DELIVERY! We're on Twitter (@scummymummies), Instagram, and Facebook. If you like the podcast, please rate, review and subscribe. Thanks for listening! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
England remain on course for another Grand Slam after they dispatched Ireland at Musgrave Park. Sara Orchard is joined by former Red Roses captain Sarah Hunter to discuss a mixed England performance, despite scoring in eight tries. They also discuss the injury to captain Marlie Packer, who could now miss the showdown with France at Twickenham, and find some positives for Ireland after a tough Six Nations on and off the field.
Gabriel and Tom re-live Bath's comeback win at Kingsholm and talk stories from The Shed. The lads also discuss Ewels, Ellis, Boyce and BSKO at Twickenham @bathrugbyplug on socials #ThickandThin
This month marks TEN YEARS together as the Scummy Mummies! So we decided to celebrate in the traditional way - by walking to the foot of Everest to break the world record for the highest ever stand-up comedy gig! Listen in to find out how it all went, and why we decided to go on this nonsensical adventure in the first place. We discuss the joy of hot water bottles, the misery of sleeping in -25 conditions, and the consistency of Helen's farts. We explain what it's really like to spend a fortnight trekking to the world's highest mountain and back, and share our top tips for anyone thinking of giving it a go. You can still sponsor us if you like, via GoFundMe - all donations go direct to the awesome Borne charity, who do lifesaving research into premature birth. Huge thanks to everyone who has given money so far, it means such a lot. Come and see our live show in 2023! We are on our way to Milton Keynes, Winchester, Newcastle, Lichfield, Rotherham, Twickenham, Leeds, Birmingham, Crewe, Lowestoft, Bristol, Brighton, Bath... And new dates are being added all the time! Keep an eye on scummymummies.com for announcements and tickets. **WE HAVE A SHOP!** Visit scummymummiesshop.com for our ace t-shirts, mugs, washbags, sweatshirts and beach towels. FREE UK DELIVERY! We're on Twitter (@scummymummies), Instagram, and Facebook. If you like the podcast, please rate, review and subscribe. Thanks for listening! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Alex is back alongside Hask and Tinds and this week they're joined by Leicester and England's Anthony Watson. He talks about his international comeback with England after almost two years out of the squad, what it was like as the French gave them a battering at Twickenham and why he thinks they could have beaten Ireland. He also discusses battling back from serious injuries, why he won't be building bridges with Bath and what's going through his mind as he debates where he will play rugby next season. We also discover who rules England's What's App group with an iron fist, which team-mate most enjoyed the Netflix cameras during the 6 Nations and why Eddie Jones gave him two nicknames. EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal ➼ https://nordvpn.com/goodbadrugby Try it risk-free now with a 30-day money-back guarantee! Follow The Good, The Bad and the Rugby: Instagram: @goodbadrugby Twitter: @GoodBadRugby TikTok: @goodbadrugby Facebook: @GoodBadAndRugby
What a Mann, what a Mann, what a Mann, what a mighty fine Mann - it's Olly Mann! The podcasting legend from Answer Me This, Today in History with the Retrospectors, The Modern Mann and many more joins us for a chinwag. We cover everything from the invention of home pregnancy testing kits to the shock of fatherhood, and who we'd rather have it off with out of Colonel Sanders and Captain Birdseye.There's a bit of serious chat as Olly discusses the sudden loss of his Dad, just six days after his son was born. He reveals the advice he gives to anyone grieving a parent about how to ensure they have a presence in their own children's lives. Then it's back to the usual nonsense as we share our Scummy Mummy Confessions and show off about our trip to Everest Base Camp. You can sponsor us via GoFundMe. And assuming everything goes to plan regarding the weather and the broadband connection, we'll be streaming our record breaking gig live via Twitch.tv/elliegibsongames - tune in at 9.45am on Wednesday 29 March, UK time (9.45am) *subject to change.For more from Olly and links to all his brilliant podcasts, go to ollymann.co.uk. Come and see our live show in 2023! We are on our way to Milton Keynes, Winchester, Newcastle, Lichfield, Rotherham, Twickenham, Leeds, Birmingham, Crewe, Lowestoft, Bristol, Brighton, Bath... And new dates are being added all the time! Keep an eye on scummymummies.com for announcements and tickets.**WE HAVE A SHOP!** Visit scummymummiesshop.com for our ace t-shirts, mugs, washbags, sweatshirts and beach towels. FREE UK DELIVERY! We're on Twitter (@scummymummies), Instagram, and Facebook. If you like the podcast, please rate, review and subscribe. Thanks for listening! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We're joined by France lock Paul Willemse to look back on the Six Nations campaign. We discuss frontloading the physical preparation, the mistakes in the Irish defeat, the historic hammering at Twickenham off the back of a week off, his view on Maro Itoje, Damian Penaud's new nickname, the player of the tournament, Shaun Edwards' reaction to conceding a try bonus point twice and much more. Plus, we look ahead to a derby weekend in the Top 14, there's more transfer gossip and we pick our MEATER Moment of the Week...Use the code FRENCHPOD10 at checkout for 10% off any full price item at Meater.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We're delighted to be joined by a man who's made the Six Nations team of the tournament in Italian flanker Sebastian Negri, as he helps us dissect all the incredibly entertaining and controversial action from the final weekend of the campaign. We discuss what's been described as 'the worst red card ever shown' and try to work out why Jaco Peyper was so quick to brandish it, if Rugby is being ruined by the amount of red cards and soft officiating going on, why players are now taking inspiration from football and acting injuries to get their opposition sent off, Sebastian also opens up about how; referee's should be punished for their mistakes and stood down like players are if they don't perform, after Italy experienced another set of bad decisions against Scotland. We discuss how Ireland are the greatest team in the world and also why Sebastian thinks France are overrated and are there for the taking. Seb then takes us through his meteoric rise which has taken him from being chased out of his own farm in Zimbabwe by Mugabe's private army to having his life saved on the pitch by Ellis Genge to scrapping with Owen Farrrell at Twickenham and now to being one of the most sough after players in world rugby. He's a wonderful guest - so please sit back, relax and enjoy. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
At The Bridge Pod: A Chelsea FC Podcast
In this episode the team are analysing how Chelsea managed to drop 2 points against an Everton side battling relegation, from horrible substitutions to individual errors. The team also share their thoughts on Antonio Conte, Chelsea's proposed move to Twickenham or Craven Cottage. If you have a question for the team then contact them on Twitter at @AtTheBridgePod (This episode was recorded on 20th March 2023) *** Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks! *** Join our Discord: https://discord.gg/wuURW2fpQ2 _______________________________________________ Get In Touch With Us: Twitter - twitter.com/AtTheBridgePod Instagram - Instagram.com/AtTheBridgePod #CFC #CHELSEA
After being dismantled by France at Twickenham, England now head to Dublin to face Grand Slam-chasing Ireland. Chris and Danny discuss whether Steve Borthwick's side can bounce back after a record home defeat and spoil the party in Dublin. They look ahead to team selection and Danny explains what he wants to see from England on Saturday. You will also hear from Kevin Sinfield about the mood in camp and Ellis Genge promises fans they will see a big reaction this weekend.
Chris, Tom and Gareth convene for the last time this Six Nations to mull over the final weekend of matches. With Ireland chasing a fourth Grand Slam, is it is going to be a St Patrick's Day formality for Andy Farrell's side? And after their record defeat at Twickenham, we ask why it went so wrong for England and what Steve Borthwick needs to do to turn things around. Gareth updates us on the Wales camp after they registered their first win of the tournament, but does anyone gives them a chance against a French side that delivered one of the all-time great Six Nations performances last weekend? And with a few key players ruled out, how careful do Scotland have to be against a smarting Italy?
Quel Crunch pour notre XV de France! 18 ans qu'ils n'avaient plus senti le parfum de la victoire dans le temple de Twickenham, et pour un retour, ce fut un triomphe ! De bout en bout, en long, en large et en travers, les hommes à la rose fanée comme jamais se sont fait littéralement martyriser par des bleus qui marchaient sur l'eau ! On pourrait en parler des heures mais le score parle de lui même : 53/10 à la maison, une fessée monumentale et historique qui booste les Bleus et renvoie Steve Borthwick à une sacrée cure d'aspirine ! Cette équipe n'en finit plus de tenir ses promesses et vient d'envoyer un message retentissant à la planète rugby : « nous serons très très durs à battre à la Coupe du Monde, et nous n'avons peur de personne ! » On en viendrait presque à oublier que ce sont pourtant les Irlandais qui sont en passe de nous succéder au grand chelem, s'ils battent les malheureux anglais condamnés au rachat sous forme d'exploit ou aux gémonies… cette confrontation sera à ne pas rater! Le résultat importe peu et suffira à notre bonheur : récupérer le trophée ou un adversaire à abattre qui endosserait le costume du favori de l'automne et nous enlèverait un peu de pression dans notre marche vers le toit du monde ! Bon mercredi avec le Pack (de YouTubers !!!) Pack de Potes Rugby Podcast est à suivre sur: https://www.instagram.com/packdepotes_podcast/?hl=en https://www.facebook.com/PackDePotes/ https://twitter.com/packpotes et www.packdepotes.com !
What a stunning penultimate round of the Six Nations and to break it down with Payno and Tinds are the crowing Ben Keyser (sans his yellow gloves) and Shane Horgan. The boys deconstruct England's record defeat with Tinds really trying not to go in hard - he fails. Ben tells us how he'll delight in the victory whilst eating rosbif at his English father-in-law's and reveals what it was like watching that game at Twickenham sat between English rugby royalty, and, Shane revels in Josh van der Flier and Cian Healy's hooking duties. The guys also discuss the gulf between the Premiership and Test rugby and recall the worst defeats in their careers, surprise surprise Tinds can't remember it!
Avec sa victoire par 43 points d'avance à Twickenham, le XV de France n'a pas seulement étrillé son meilleur ennemi mais aussi marqué les esprits en vue de la Coupe du monde. Quels sont les secrets de ce succès ? Comment les Bleus se sont remobilisés après l'échec irlandais ? Qui sont les joueurs qui ont marqué des points ?
After a French shellacking at Twickenham, the lads give their take on what went wrong for England and Borthwick in their record Six Nations defeat against France, and what comes next ahead of a Paddy's Day Grand Slam showdown in Dublin between Ireland and England. We look back at Ireland's physical and at times chaotic win over Scotland, Wales' first win of the competition, and we're also joined by Italy's Paolo Garbisi to get an Italian take on where they are as a team and their ambitions for Edinburgh next weekend. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
One of our favourite guests returns to the podcast to tell us about her fabulous new book! And along the way we cover everything from family secrets and maternal relationships to pubic hair shame and Beowulf. There's some chat about how we feel about our kids getting older, and Helen shares her experience of Teensplaining. Ellie explains why she's never taking advice on days out from Instagram again, and Abigail reveals a surprising fact about Marmite.Abigail's brilliantly dark and hilarious novel, Mother's Day, is out now! You can follow her on Instagram @abbie_burdess.Come and see our live show in 2023! We are on our way to Milton Keynes, Winchester, Newcastle, Lichfield, Rotherham, Twickenham, Leeds, Birmingham, Crewe, Lowestoft, Bristol, Brighton, Bath... And new dates are being added all the time! Keep an eye on scummymummies.com for announcements and tickets. **WE HAVE A SHOP!** Visit scummymummiesshop.com for our ace t-shirts, mugs, washbags, sweatshirts and beach towels. FREE UK DELIVERY! We're on Twitter (@scummymummies), Instagram, and Facebook. If you like the podcast, please rate, review and subscribe. Thanks for listening! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Brian Moore's Full Contact Rugby
Chris, Ugo, Ashy and Johnnie Beattie round up another compelling Six Nations weekend. Ireland are just one win away from a Grand Slam after showing their class at Murrayfield, despite losing key players in key positions. But why did Scotland fail to capitalise? Did they fall short on the big stage once again? And after England's thrashing at Twickenham, we discuss whether the issues for Steve Borthwick are bigger than just selection and whether a continuous influx of overseas players has had an impact on developing young talent.
Chris is joined by Matt Dawson and Paul Grayson to pick the bones out of England's record home defeat in the Six Nations. You'll hear the thoughts of Steve Borthwick after a chastening day for the England boss. They discuss where this England team go from here, and whether there'll be wholesale changes for their trip to Dublin. You'll also hear the thoughts of France team manager, Raphael Ibanez, on what he calls one of the biggest wins in French rugby history after their first Six Nations win at Twickenham since 2005. And of course there is plenty of love for their talisman, Antoine Dupont.
Défaite historique de l'Angleterre à Twickenham, à l'occasion de la 4e journée du Tournoi des Six Nations
In this bumper episode of the pod Sonja McLaughlan is joined by three stellar guests in the form of John Barclay, Shane Horgan and Paul Grayson as they look ahead to an equally stellar three games in round four of the Six Nations! They have to start with the action at Murrayfield as Scotland host Ireland in what is a HUGE game for both sides, as the hosts aim to get their first Triple Crown since 1990 and Ireland are chasing another Grand Slam! They analyse both teams and try very hard to pick a winner. Then attention turns to Twickenham as third takes on fourth – England play hosts to defending champions France, in what is a must win game for both sides. And Paul gives his views on Steve Borthwick's team selection which sees Owen Farrell dropped to the bench, with Marcus Smith starting at 10. And is the pressure on Italy as they take on Wales in Rome? That's the question Sonja asks the guys – but not everyone has the same answer…
Ugo and Chris are joined by French rugby expert Paul Eddison at the England team hotel as Steve Borthwick names his team for their showdown with France this weekend. The big news is at fly-half, with captain Owen Farrell dropped to the bench and Marcus Smith getting the nod. Borthwick explains the decision and how Farrell reacted to the news. Paul gives us the lowdown on the changes to Fabien Galthie's team and explains why this French team are desperate to win at Twickenham. Flanker Lewis Ludlam also joins the pod to chat about his impressive form in this year's Six Nations and why he is relishing the challenge this Saturday.
Les Bleus de Fabien Galthié n'ont jamais battu l'Angleterre chez elle, et, avant la Coupe du monde, voilà un dernier bel accomplissement à rajouter à la liste. Quels ingrédients faudra-t-il mettre face à une équipe qui a basé sa reconstruction sur le défi physique et son paquet d'avants ? Dans quel état est le rugby anglais en général ? Le XV de France, qui ne s'est plus imposé à Twickenham dans le Tournoi depuis 2005, va-t-il faire des changements ?
In this episode we speak to Dr Leanne Griffiths, the Dean of Sport, Allied Health and Performance Science at St Mary's University, Twickenham, and founder of Sophie's Stars, a charity dedicated to supporting family and loved ones of people diagnosed with cancer. Leanne has a very personal story to share with us which is bound up together in her role as the founder of Sophie's Stars and her work at the University, as it prepares to launch its new living well service. At the Centre for the Art of Dying Well we strongly believe in living well throughout our lives in order to prepare to die well, so we are particularly interested in this new initiative.Leanne started at St Mary's as a Senior Lecturer in Sport Rehabilitation in 2011. She qualified as a Physiotherapist in 2008, completing a PhD in 2016. Her PhD investigated the effects of neuromuscular electrical stimulation on muscle adaptation in stroke patients. Meanwhile in her personal life Leanne was coping with the sudden illness and subsequent death of her sister Sophie, who was diagnosed with kidney cancer aged 24, dying just months later in 2017. Leanne says: “I've never really known where to tell my story, or where I could share my feelings and have my voice heard, because I have not been through cancer. That is why I set up Sophie's Stars.”
Why do we always want to eat rubbish when we're tired? Are low carb diets really a good idea? And is it OK to clap your own crap? Answering all these questions is Dr Sarah Berry! Sarah is a professor at King's College and also the chief scientist at Zoe, which helps people to work out which foods suit them best. Ellie talks about her experience of the program, and how her favourite bit was probably the thing with the poo hammock.We quiz Sarah on the best way to talk to kids about what they're eating. There's also some chat about gut health, intermittent fasting, and how the way we process food can change as we enter the menopause. Basically it's loads of really interesting, science-based stuff about health and nutrition from a woman who likes a pain au chocolat and a glass of red wine. Result. Dr Sarah is on instagram @@drsarahberry. Do check out the Zoe podcast, it's great. Come and see our live show in 2023! We are on our way to Cheltenham, Lancaster, Caernafon, Burnley, Milton Keynes, Winchester, Newcastle, Lichfield, Rotherham, Twickenham, Leeds, Birmingham, Crewe, Lowestoft... And new dates are being added all the time! Keep an eye on scummymummies.com for announcements and tickets. **WE HAVE A SHOP!** Visit scummymummiesshop.com for our ace t-shirts, mugs, washbags, sweatshirts and beach towels. FREE UK DELIVERY! We're on Twitter (@scummymummies), Instagram, and Facebook. If you like the podcast, please rate, review and subscribe. Thanks for listening! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Fresh from leading his side out at Twickenham on the weekend, we're delighted to be joined by Italy and Harlequins fly-half Tommaso Allan to discuss Italy's incredibly resurgence and find out which of the team actually have any banter. Tommy reveals to us; why Capuozzo' may look sexy but he's actually got no C.H.A.T, how he beat Dombrandt up at the bottom of the ruck at HQ, what it's like competing alongside Marcus Smith at Quins, what the Italians do for their initiation, who the loosest player he's ever played with is, how his ribs are feeling after Ollie Lawrence clattered him, why he loves the Northcote Road, being forced to drink illegal liquids in South Africa, how he got abused by the Scottish public and coaching staff for turning his back on them, how the mindset in Italian rugby has changed over the last couple of years, reveals if Sergio Parisee is making a comeback, relives a very loose night at the Japan world cup and much much more...... -------- DOWNLOAD ATHLO NOW! https://athlo.app/ The way you train and use your gym membership is about to change thanks to Athlo. Gain access to gym & classes at the lowest price in London. Any Class, Any Gym, Anywhere. Have a membership? Make cash back when not using your membership. 1. As a user you can access gyms/studios at best rates. 2. When you're away on business/holiday you can rent out your membership and make £ back. https://athlo.app/ JOIN OUR LEAGUE FOR FREE ON THE FANZO APP WITH THE CODE 'RIGBIZ' FANZO (formerly MatchPint) on the App Store
Our guest for this episode is TV's Adrian Chiles! We talk about everything from booze and Bette Midler to coping when your kids go off to uni. Adrian tells us why he decided to cut down on the booze, and Ellie apologises for copying him by doing a podcast about the same thing, titled Sort Your Shit Out and available now wherever you get your podcasts or https://pod.link/1663245629.We hear how Adrian's regional accent was an advantage when he started working at the BBC. He shares his advice for parents of younger children, and we discuss what to tell your kids before they leave home. Ellie and Adrian bond over their shared farting styles and hatred of skiing, and Helen reveals the terrible thing she did in the M&M's World. Adrian's excellent book, The Good Drinker, is out now. Come and see our live show in 2023! We are on our way to Catford, Cheltenham, Lancaster, Caernafon, Burnley, Milton Keynes, Winchester, Newcastle, Lichfield, Rotherham, Twickenham, Leeds, Birmingham, Crewe, Lowestoft... And new dates are being added all the time! Keep an eye on scummymummies.com for announcements and tickets. **WE HAVE A SHOP!** Visit scummymummiesshop.com for our ace t-shirts, mugs, washbags, sweatshirts and beach towels. FREE UK DELIVERY! We're on Twitter (@scummymummies), Instagram, and Facebook. If you like the podcast, please rate, review and subscribe. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Brian Moore's Full Contact Rugby
Si accende ulteriormente la bagarre per un posto in Champions. L'Atalanta del "chirurgo" Gasperini ha trovato un altro fenomeno in Hojlund, che qualcuno paragona già ad Haaland, travolge 2-0 la Lazio e lancia il guanto di sfida alle concorrenti: convocati Nando Orsi e Gigi De Canio.Un nervoso Spalletti alla vigilia di Napoli-Cremonese, in campo questa sera al Maradona, cerca di tenere alta l'attenzione dei suoi per evitare distrazioni contro il fanalino di coda: convocatoFrancesco De Luca, firma de Il Mattino.Tra pochi minuti prende il via Juventus-Fiorentina. Allegri, in attesa di un rientro di Pogba che sembra essere ancora lontano, schiera il tridente delle meraviglia Di Maria-Chiesa-Vlahovic: convocato Max Nerozzi, firma del Corriere della Sera.Tornano le coppe europee, con il Milan che sarà la prima squadra italiana a scendere in campo, martedì sera contro il Tottenham: convocato Filippo Maria Ricci, corrispondente da Madrid della Gazzetta dello Sport, con cui parliamo anche del titolo di campione del mondo vinto dal Real Madrid sull'Al Ahly.L'ItalRugby perde 31-14 a Twickenham contro l'Inghilterra, ma dimostra di essere cresciuta molto rispetto agli anni scorsi: convocato Giacomo Bagnasco.Sinner vince il settimo torneo della sua giovanissima carriera, battendo Cressy nell'ATP250 di Montpellier: convocato Vincenzo Martucci.
Sonja McLaughlan is joined by Shane Horgan, Chris Ashton, Andy Nicol and Philippa Tuttiett to reflect on Round 1 of the Six Nations, and to look ahead to the weekend's fixtures. The team discuss Duhan van der Merwe's iconic try at Twickenham, England's response to the loss, Italy's improvement against France and Ireland's fantastic form.
The lads are in great from after an unbelievable weekend of action in the Six Nations as well as live shows in Dublin and London. Jim and Goodey were both at Twickenham to watch Duhan's worldie of a try, so give their thoughts on the game, atmosphere and where it leaves England and Scotland for the rest of the tournament. We also get to hear from Sione Tuipulotu in the Scotland camp and chat through Gatland's first game back in charge for Wales against Ireland. We wrap up Italy and France and look forward to another hell of a weekend of action. How good to have the Six Nations back!? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Brian Moore's Full Contact Rugby
We've been building up to it all week, but finally, the 2023 Six Nations is underway! Wales hosted Ireland for the Championship opener, and it was not the great Gatland second-coming that many had hoped for. With Ireland clinical from the off, Sara Orchard, Wales international Philippa Tuttiett, and former Irish winger Denis Hickie, talk us through exactly what happened in Cardiff, and ponder Warren Gatland's options for the rest of the Championship? Twickenham was in full voice again but it wasn't enough to stop Scotland bagging a hat-trick of Calcutta Cups, or Scotland's Duhan van der Merwe putting in an early bid for try of the tournament! Chris Jones, 2003 World Cup winner Matt Dawson, and former Scotland No.8 Johnnie Beattie, discuss the key areas Scotland were superior, why Finn Russell impressed so much, the mindset Scotland need to take into their next game and beyond, and (Dawson's favourite question!), how can England close out these big games? Chris also gets the thoughts of England head coach Steve Borthwick after his first test in charge, and an understandably satisfied Scotland coach, Gregor Townsend.
Our guest for this episode is the hilarious comedian Alasdair Beckett-King. He tells us why he decided to write a children's murder mystery book, even though he has no kids and has never killed anyone. We talk about how Alasdair went from doing shit gigs in terrible pubs with us to starring on Mock the Week. He explains how a failure at film school kicked off his comedy career, and why he believes a bad first gig is better than a good one. Helen excels herself with the running order for this episode, managing to spell our guest's name wrong, reveal a weird fixation with his age, and insult his appearance. Alasdair tells us what it's like to be a person of hair colour, and we unfairly test his knowledge of parenting with a stupid quiz. ABK's brilliant book, Montgomery Bonbon: Murder at the Museum, is out on 2 February. Word count update: 34,892. Follow him on Twitter for supremely funny videos @MisterABK, listen to the Loremen podcast, and buy tickets to his tour via abeckettking.com.Come and see our live show in 2023! We are on our way to Lincoln, Kettering, Redhill, Catford, Camberley, Cheltenham, Lancaster, Caernafon, Burnley, Milton Keynes, Winchester, Newcastle, Lichfield, Rotherham, Twickenham, Leeds, Birmingham, Crewe, Lowestoft... And new dates are being added all the time! Keep an eye on scummymummies.com for announcements and tickets. **WE HAVE A SHOP!** Visit scummymummiesshop.com for our ace t-shirts, mugs, washbags, sweatshirts and beach towels. FREE UK DELIVERY! We're on Twitter (@scummymummies), Instagram, and Facebook. If you like the podcast, please rate, review and subscribe. Thanks for listening! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
John Barclay is our special co-host today, as is tradition during Calcutta Cup week. He's alongside to Danny and Chris to discuss the task facing Scotland at Twickenham this weekend and whether England will carry on the Marcus Smith and Owen Farrell partnership. Danny tells us about being reunited with Antoine Dupont, there's more on tackle heights and we find out how John would feel if one of his William Wallace style speeches made it onto a Netflix documentary.