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The England Rugby Podcast with O2 Inside Line from England Rugby gives you exclusive insight and tales from inside camp. Former England captain Dylan Hartley chats to players from the men's and women's camp about everything and anything - from their favourite tour tales, what it is really like to prepare for a Test match, to the moment they fell in love with the game. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Welcome to the England Rugby Pod, the rugby podcast that believes England will win the World Cup in 2019. Andy and Dan are two mates with a passion for rugby. No professional experience, no media experience just a shared love of the game and pride in the English rose. Hear their thoughts on team selections, performances, results and join them as they follow England on their march to (hopefully) glory at the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan. Unique player profiles will give you a little extra in ...
 
2011. The All Blacks haven't won a World Cup since the original, Wales are used to going out in the pools, England are still wondering whether Martin Johnson might be a coach, and a whole raft of tier two nations are out for blood. Join the idiot behind rugby's most popular YouTube channel and his fellow rugby nerd brother for a detailed and affectionate look back at each Rugby World Cup, celebrating and dissecting an evolving sport, match-by-match... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and op ...
 
The Rugby Pod with Andy Goode, Big Jim Hamilton & hosted by Andy Rowe is the most listened to Rugby podcast in the world. We cover all the latest news, rumours insight and stories, but with plenty of humour, opinions and the best guests from the game, including current and former internationals. Follow us on social media and send us in your questions to chat through each week.
 
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The wait is over, we're back with Season 6 and it's going to be bigger and better than ever! Jim and Goodey predict this season's Premiership Top 4 as well as giving their guesses for who's going to finish last. We're joined by Racing 92, Scotland and British and Irish Lions star Finn Russell, who gives us his debrief from the South Africa tour, hi…
 
After Danny won the Premiership title for the pod last season, can Ugo add the Glitterball trophy to the Rugby Union Weekly trophy cabinet? Chris and Danny find out how he's feeling about his Strictly debut and let him know what the bookies think of his chances. The road to Twickenham also starts this weekend with Saracens back after a year in the …
 
Squidge (@SquidgeRugby) and Will (@will_owen9) have reached the final leg of the 2009 Lions tour, as the Lions are triumphant in the "dead rubber" third test. Amongst all the madness, they talk Rugby 04, cats, scrabble, crisps and Ross Ford's Tinder bio. Thanks to Tom Rosenthal for our theme music, remixed by our very own Will Owen. We'll be back s…
 
It's the big one. The second test of the 2009 Lions tour. The decider. Robbie/Squidge/whatever you want to call him (@SquidgeRugby) and Will (@will_owen9) are here to talk about it.* Or are they? Maybe they'll talk about Big The Cat, Rugby School, feline scrum-halves and Rugby Values instead? *We forgot to do an intro at the start of the pod, so in…
 
It's here. The first test of the 2009 Lions tour. We cover the match in depth, whilst still having time to discuss MLR, Ricky Januarie and Christophe Berdos. We also speculate on which musicals Stuart Barnes did and didn't write. Thanks to Tom Rosenthal for our theme tune, expertly remixed by our very own Will Owen. See acast.com/privacy for privac…
 
We're back after a long break! We wrap up the highlights of the 2009 Lions' remaining warm-up games against the Cheetahs, Sharks, Western Province and Southern Kings. We talk more about crisps, Lee Byrne's wealth, Wanky Stick and a Nigel Owens malfunction. Thanks to Tom Rosenthal for our theme music, remixed (if that's even the word) by our very ow…
 
We're back for the 50th and final episode of season ever to wrap up the Lions' third Test defeat to South Africa, discuss missed opportunities and reflect on how the tour will be remembered as a whole. Plus, we look ahead to the next Lions tour, suggest who the coach might be and chat about what kind of opposition the Wallabies will provide. And, w…
 
Ugo Monye Danny Care, Chris Ashton and Chris Jones look at how the Lions tour of South Africa will be remembered. Will it go down as a missed opportunity for the Lions? They also debate whether Warren Gatland should remain as head coach for the next series in 2025. Are there any standout candidates who could fulfil the role? And with it being the l…
 
After winning the series for South Africa 12 years ago, Morné Steyn returned to break Lions' hearts all over again. Ugo and Chris discuss where it went wrong for Warren Gatland's side after once again surrendering a first-half lead. They get the thoughts of Irish legend Rob Kearney, who was part of the Lions team in 2009. They also speak to Shane W…
 
Ugo and Chris are joined by Shane Horgan to look ahead to the series decider this weekend. It's been a testing series to say the least, so much does the game need a thrilling finale on Saturday? We get the perspective of La Rochelle head coach Ronan O'Gara on how they play at a quicker tempo and beat the Springboks. And Dan Lydiate, who played in t…
 
So Warren Gatland has selected the Lions team he hopes will clinch the series against South Africa, but is everybody convinced? Danny Care, Chris Ashton and Chris Jones give their verdict on Gatland's team and highlight some concerns heading into the decider. And what can we expect from South Africa without three of their World Cup stars?…
 
Former Springbok and World Cup winner Schalk Brits joins us this week to fill us in on what the second Test was like from his viewpoint pitchside, how Rassie Erasmus' video and the refereeing has gone down in South Africa and what he thinks will happen in the deciding third Test. Plus, Jim and Goodey pick the bones out of all the major controversia…
 
So we're set for a tense series decider in Cape Town. Chris and Ugo are joined by Matt Dawson, Bob Skinstad and James Hook for reaction as the Lions were beaten 27-9 in the second Test. Did the pressure Rassie Erasmus put on the officials pay off? Where did it go wrong for the Lions in the second half? And what changes does Warren Gatland need to m…
 
Has Rassie Erasmus just saved the series for South Africa or will this come back to haunt him? Chris Jones, Ugo Monye and Shane Horgan do a deep dive into that hour-long video by Erasmus criticising some of the decisions in the first Test. Top referee JP Doyle joins the conversation and backs referee Ben O’Keeffe to handle the pressure this weekend…
 
In the final episode Sam Warburton speaks to his former Lions team mate Paul O'Connell, who played in three Test series and captained the Lions in 2009. Paul's first experience with the Lions was the tour of New Zealand in 2005. He reflects on where it all went wrong; from injuries, to tactics and a dodgy Alastair Campbell speech. Four years later …
 
Scrum half Ali Price joins us on the show this week to chat about the British & Irish Lions' win in the first Test and Big Jim can't wait to get him back to Edinburgh to celebrate! We discuss the emotion of being handed a starting jersey, facing Faf de Klerk, Warren Gatland's half-time team talk, toasting victory in the bubble, preparations for the…
 
Danny and Ashy try to work out if Jaco Johan is a real person or whether it's actually Rassie Erasmus in disguise. They also chat about the Lions' victory in the first Test and speak to World Cup winner Schalk Brits for his take on how the Springboks bounce back on Saturday. And England are on the lookout for another new coach after it was announce…
 
It's advantage Lions after the first Test in Cape Town. Chris and Ugo look back at their victory over South Africa with the help of some big name guests. They get the thoughts of former Lions captain Brian O'Driscoll, World Cup winner Bobby Skinstad, former Scotland captain John Barclay and two-time tourist Adam Jones.…
 
As a bonus episode ahead of the first Lions test, Andy Rowe chats with Lions legend John Bentley about the most iconic Lions Tour of all time. Bentos gives us a first-hand account of what really happened in 1997. To read the full story, get your hands on probably the greatest rugby book of all time This Is Your Everest: The Lions, the Springboks an…
 
The first Test is finally upon us. And Warren Gatland has named his team to face the Springboks in Cape Town. Ugo Monye, Chris Jones, Matt Dawson and James Hook give their take on selection, and try to predict how the Lions will play. World Cup winner Francois Louw gives us the lowdown on South Africa and there's a TMO storm on the way.…
 
Sam Warburton and Martin Johnson are the only players to captain the British & Irish Lions on back-to-back tours. So for this episode they sat down together to discuss their incredible achievement. They talk leadership, feeling under qualified, handling pressure and the art of a good team talk. Martin also relives the famous series win over South A…
 
The waiting is over and Test week is finally upon us as the British & Irish Lions get set to face the Springboks. Big Jim and Goodey name their starting XVs for the first Test and we go inside the Lions camp to chat to strength and conditioning coach and former Great Britain rugby league international Jon Clarke about how preparations have gone ahe…
 
Lions and Scotland full-back Stuart Hogg chats to Ugo, Danny and Chris from the Lions camp in Cape Town. He talks about captaining the side, time in isolation, the return of Alun Wyn Jones and his fear of birds. The guys get his thoughts on selection before picking their own teams for the first Test this weekend.…
 
Sam Warburton chats to Gavin Hastings, one of the greatest Scottish players to ever represent the British & Irish Lions. In 1989, Gavin helped the Lions to their first series win in 15 years. Despite being on the receiving end of a right hook from Australia’s Nick Farr-Jones in the second Test, Gavin scored a crucial try to level the series. He rec…
 
Football may not be coming home but maybe rugby should be as we discuss whether the British & Irish Lions tour should be relocated to the UK given the issues in South Africa at the moment. We also chat about how Big Jim and Goodey would fare in a penalty shootout, Marcus Smith's Lions call-up ahead of Johnny Sexton, Alun Wyn Jones' Lazarus-esque re…
 
Ugo and Chris discuss an eventful few days for the Lions. Marcus Smith joins the tour, Alun Wyn Jones could be on the next flight out and Warren Gatland's side get ready for their toughest test against South Africa 'A'. South African journalist Brenden Nel joins the pod to explain how Covid is disrupting the Springboks preparations and predicts cap…
 
In the first episode of this new series, Sam Warburton speaks to Sir Gareth Edwards about his remarkable career with the British & Irish Lions. Gareth remembers his first Lions call-up in 1968 as a student and his joy at receiving a voucher for two pairs of boots. Three years later Gareth was back with the Lions and helping them secure their first …
 
We're joined by a pair of skippers this week as legendary former Springboks captain John Smit fills us in on the situation with Covid-19 in South Africa, the latest positive case in camp and how the Boks are shaping up aside from that. He also takes a trip down memory lane to talk captaining the Springboks to victory against the Lions in 2009 and t…
 
Ugo Monye and Chris Jones are joined by former British & Irish Lions captain Sam Warburton to discuss this year's tour so far, which players have already staked a claim for a Test spot and whether football is really coming home. Sam is also here to announce he will be taking over the Rugby Union Weekly feed during the Lions tour to deliver four spe…
 
Jim, Goodey and Andy Rowe are back to discuss the best Premiership final ever and revel in Harlequins' achievement! Plus, we hear from Quins coach Jerry Flannery about how angry he was when Paul Gustard left, the unique culture at the club and how they turned things around. We chat about how big a blow Alun Wyn Jones' shoulder injury is for the Bri…
 
Before Harlequins' Premiership title celebrations enter a third day, we managed to catch up with Danny Care who tells us all about their dramatic victory over Exeter at Twickenham. Chris even interrupts his honeymoon to join the conversation. We find out Ashy is in line for his third Premiership medal and there is plenty to discuss as the Lions arr…
 
We're back to discuss the Lions' second game on tour in 2009 against the aptly named Lions, dubbed the Golden Lions for one day. We talk at length about Earl Rose, Tiger Woods and crisps. Thanks to Tom Rosenthal for our theme music, remixed in expert fashion by our very own Will Owen. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Danny speaks to Ugo and Chris all about Harlequins' dramatic semi-final victory over Bristol. He tells them what was said in the dressing room at half-time, why Joe Marler arrived by helicopter and his thoughts on facing Exeter in the final. They discuss the Lions' first warm-up match this weekend and what they would like to see from Warren Gatland…
 
Harlequins coach Nick Evans joins us this week after their record comeback in the Premiership semi-final against Bristol and Big Jim is eating plenty of humble pie as he admits he ain't seen nothing like the mighty Quins! We discuss how the current coaching group have turned things around since Paul Gustard's departure, just how far Marcus Smith ca…
 
We open our coverage of the 2009 Lions tour with their opening match against an invitational side, the Royal XV. Three Red Kings' Tom Savage joins us to talk at length about coffee, Jungle Joe, Paul O'Connell's influence and a mystery king. We also occasionally talk about rugby. Thanks to Tom (@ThreeRedKings on Twitter, or @MajorTomSavage) for join…
 
Lions centre Robbie Henshaw joins Danny, Ashy and Chris on the pod this week. He talks about the team's training camp in Jersey, his hopes for the tour and wanting to start a Lions band this summer. They also discuss Saracens' return to the Premiership and whether they're coming back stronger than before. There's a look at both Premiership semi-fin…
 
Big Jim and Goodey are joined by Bristol second row Dave Attwood this week to discuss topping the Premiership, what sets the Bears and Pat Lam apart, the contrast with his time at Toulon, the chances of an England recall, parenting, philosophy and much more. Plus there's a look at a champion comeback from the Chiefs, a round-up of the Champions Cup…
 
We bring down the final curtain on the 2011 Rugby World Cup. We pick our favourite tries and games from the tournament, teams of the tournament, a dick-of-the-day XV. We also crown the player of the tournament, as well as the dick of the tournament. We then talk about what's next for the pod! Will's top tries playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch…
 
We've made it to the final of the 2011 Rugby World Cup! We talk a bit about Stephen Donald, Spanish soap operas and the French Haka response. We also chat to P Money again! Thanks for listening, and thanks as always to Tom Rosenthal for our theme music. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
This week Ugo, Danny and Chris are joined by Lions hooker Jamie George who talks about playing in the Championship this season, Saracens' crucial play-off and what to expect from South Africa this summer. You will also hear from Kyle Sinckler on his Lions reprieve and why being an inspiration is so important to him. There's also the fallout from Br…
 
Big Jim and Goodey are back and eager to get their teeth into the bust-up between the Tigers and Bears at Welford Road, look ahead to the all-important final round of Premiership fixtures, consider who might captain England this summer when Eddie Jones names his squad on Thursday and chat all things British & Irish Lions with former Ireland and Lio…
 
Blood & Mud's Josh Gardner joins us to watch the third place playoff between Wales and Australia, as if for the first time. We get sidetracked in talking about Brett Gosper's penis, Rugby Challenge and Steps' Greatest Hits. Also contains a detailed analysis of Wales' World Cup anthem, Sam Our Captain. Thanks to Josh (@joshgardner and @rucked_mag on…
 
Big Jim and Goodey are joined this week by the one and only Manu Tuilagi to hear about the Sale, England and British & Irish Lions centre's latest return from injury, how tough the road back to fitness has been, how much of an impression Alex Sanderson has made on him and whether he's still holding out hope of playing for the Lions in South Africa …
 
The top four in the Premiership is done and dusted, but who will go on to lift the title? Ugo Monye, Danny Care and Chris Ashton look back at a busy weekend of rugby as Sale and Harlequins confirmed their spot in the semi-finals. They share some of the best excuses team-mates have given for missing training and Ashy's explains how his car got an un…
 
We turn to the second semi-final of the World Cup, as New Zealand knock out Australia. We talk about the return of Ant Finger, Dimitri Yachvili conspiracies and 2020 hit film The Croods: A New Age. Thanks for listening, and we'll see you next week for the third place playoff. Thanks also to Tom Rosenthal for our theme music. See acast.com/privacy f…
 
Big Jim and Goodey are back to cast their eye over the French-dominated European finals and we're joined by two Englishmen who were in the thick of the action. Luke Pearce discusses becoming the first referee to send someone off in a Champions Cup final, keeping cool in the midst of a tough game to control, how he's improved his French, having to d…
 
Ugo, Danny and Chris reflect on Toulouse winning the Champions Cup for a record fifth time. They talk crowds, family photos and champagne goggles as 14-man La Rochelle came up just short at Twickenham. They also discuss Leicester's defeat to Montpellier in the Challenge Cup and the progress they've made this season. Plus, there's a round-up of the …
 
We finally reach the episode we didn't want to do. We address the most dramatic, controversial semi-final in the Rugby World Cup's history, dissecting everything from Sam Warburton's red card, Rhys Priestland & Adam Jones' injuries, whether Lawrence Dallaglio started coronavirus, Wales' mental strength, Julien Bonnaire's phyiscal strength and wheth…
 
Ahead of the Champions Cup final, Jim and Goodey reminisce about their own experiences of winning the biggest prize in European rugby. Toulouse fly-half and former La Rochelle man Zack Holmes joins us to look ahead to the final and give us the inside track on both sides. Plus, we preview Leicester's Challenge Cup final encounter with Montpellier, c…
 
Ugo, Danny and Chris talk trophy celebrations and commentary box attire as they look ahead to the all-French Champions Cup final at Twickenham this weekend. They also look at Leicester's Challenge Cup final and how why they have improved under Steve Borthwick. There's also a look at the battle for England's number 10 jersey this summer and Simon Am…
 
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