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Some of the UK's most familiar sporting voices join forces for front-row stories from some of the biggest sports events in history and thought-provoking conversations with people at the heart of them. Series Two, launched on 24th August, will introduce Lee McKenzie (C4/BBC) to the presenting team and run throughout 'what-would-have-been' Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. The series will be called "Paralympic Feels". Subscribe now. Series One, concentrating on the Olympic Games, featured Marcus Bu ...
 
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Swimmer Liz Johnson won medals at three successive Paralympic Games, from Athens 2004 to London 2012, but even bigger accomplishments are happening day in, day out in the "second phase" of her career. Liz is passionate about making changes in the workplace and getting more companies and corporations to respect, hire and value more disabled employee…
 
The two guests on Episode 7 of our Paralympic Feels series both made Paralympic debuts at Beijing 2008, were local heroes at London 2012 and flew home from Rio 2016 with medals round their necks. Ellie Simmonds won two golds as a 13-year-old on the other side of the world and another two as the face of the London Games, under huge pressure. Everyon…
 
Wheelchair basketball is consistently one of the Paralympic's most popular sports. Fast and furious, ingenious and skilful, it packed out the Curacao 1 Arena at Rio 2016 night after night. The British teams did brilliantly; the women came 4th and the men won the bronze medal. Both are heading for Tokyo as genuine Gold Medal contenders as Sophie Car…
 
Rising Phoenix is not your average movie. It will leave you gasping for air, searching for solutions, questioning your perceptions. Just released on Netflix, it's an evocative, emotional celebration of the Paralympic Games with particular focus on a “cast” of athletes telling their true stories. It’s an astonishing film, full of hope and potential,…
 
Water-baby Charlotte Henshaw won a silver in London and a bronze in Rio, now she's gunning for gold in Tokyo. Except she's not a swimmer any more, she's a canoeist. It was the closing ceremony in Rio which did the trick. She knew she'd struggle to keep with the swimming pace in the next four years but she didn't want to retire, the pull of the Para…
 
David Clarke has lived a remarkable life; let him tell you about it. Born blind in Wigan and sent to a Liverpool boarding school at 3 years old, he fell in love with football; scoring more than a hundred goals for England, carrying the Paralympic flame into the London Stadium in 2012 and handing over the FA Cup to his home town club the following y…
 
While the athletes are the real superstars, few can dispute the fact that live TV coverage of the Paralympics has helped change perceptions of disability sport and alter attitudes in society. We have a lot to thank Clare Balding for: In 2004, the BBC decided to show the Paralympics live for the first time and Clare was the host. Fast-forward to Lon…
 
A heavyweight alliance of some of the UK's most familiar sporting voices arrives at Series Two; Paralympic Feels. John Inverdale, Lee McKenzie, Sonja McLaughlan, Jonathan Overend and Andy Stevenson - all presenters at Paralympic Games for either TV and Radio - are your hosts for a series of incredible stories, running through 'what-would-have-been'…
 
John Inverdale hosts a remote Wrap Party for Series One; inviting Marcus Buckland, Sonja McLaughlan, Jonathan Overend and Mark Pougatch. This can mean only one thing; an editing nightmare for the producer. But putting that aside, as we tend to do in the broadcast world, expect laughs, anecdotes and Olympic-based debate. First though, in true party …
 
In this special edition, Sonja McLaughlan lets you into as many Usain Bolt secrets as she can in 33 minutes, from her decade interviewing the fastest man on earth. Sonja first encountered the Jamaican after the 100m first round in Beijing, 2008. And so began a long, respectfully playful relationship between the pair, with Sonja gaining a trackside …
 
The South American nation of Chile is passionate about sport, Chilean Rodeo and Football mainly, basketball too, but, weirdly, it had never won an Olympic Gold Medal before 2004. Step forward Nicolas Massu, a tennis player of high-regard but unfancied for the Athens Olympic Tennis event. As you'll hear, he didn't even fancy himself. But in tandem w…
 
Gail Emms played brilliantly, the outstanding player on the court by a mile. As she smashed her Athens 2004 semi-final, with partner Nathan Robertson, she guaranteed either Silver or Gold for Team GB. What an achievement. Except this story's not like that. To the outside, it's a strange thing to consider yourself a "failure" for winning an Olympic …
 
A Taekwondo bout lasts for 6 minutes; 3 x 2 minute rounds. For 5 minutes 59 seconds of the men's Gold Medal heavyweight match at Rio 2016, Britain's Lutalo Muhammad was in the lead, heading for the Gold he so desperately craved. Fighting brilliantly, 6-4 ahead, he got caught by a head shot as the clock ticked to zero. Gold was ripped from him in th…
 
Unlike many of our guests on this series, Hamish Hamilton can live everyday life without being troubled, certainly without being recognised. He's a different kind of Olympian, an anonymous Olympian; not actually an Olympian at all. And yet, his gold-medal-winning work will be familiar to us all, drawing acclaim not from thousands in a stadium but f…
 
Commentary legends don't get any bigger than Barry Davies; Match of the Day stalwart and voice of twelve summer Olympic Games (eleven attended), 19 if you include his seven Winter Games. Voice of football, tick. Gymnastics and rowing... badminton and tennis, tick. Plus volleyball and handball, it transpires, then the cycling road race and the marat…
 
Quadruple Olympic champion Sir Matt Pinsent is perfectly placed to talk about the role of the teammate. He traces his incredible rowing partnership with Sir Steve Redgrave from their daunting first meetings and unquenchable competitiveness, through to gold medals in Barcelona, Atlanta and - most famously - Sydney. How do you sync a rookie with a le…
 
In this touching episode of Sport and the Feels, Rugby Sevens coach Ben Ryan talks us through his astonishing journey from a phone call, in a Richmond backstreet, to a Gold Medal in Rio de Janeiro. He started with nothing. Certainly no pay. You'll be astonished to hear what things were like when he arrived in Fiji. Three years later, he was getting…
 
Jeanette Kwakye ran thousands of 100 metre races in her life. Thousands and thousands. Up and down, up and down; practice races, school races, club races, international races. But her fastest 100m came when it mattered the most; The 2008 Olympic 100m final, having run her previous Personal Best in the Quarter-Final. Jeanette's two fastest races, in…
 
Performance Director Gary Hall charts the rise of GB Taekwondo from broom cupboards, corridors and supermarket aisles to six Olympic medals from the last three games, including back-to-back Golds for Jade Jones. Having become a global force in the Korean martial art, Britain's planning to take at least three genuine Gold medal hopes to Tokyo. It's …
 
Four-time Olympic swimmer Karen Pickering opens up about defiance in the face of adversity; particularly the times when "The End" came close. Her heartbreak, as a talented teenager, of being denied a place at Seoul 1988. The serious car crash, aged 24, from which she miraculously recovered to never miss a major championships. A “poor role model”? S…
 
This series is all about how sport makes us feel so let's talk to an Olympian and current member of Team GB to assess the impact of Tokyo 2020 uncertainty. Olympic race walker Tom Bosworth goes deep into how the precariousness of the situation is affecting him and his future career. Tom, the Commonwealth Silver Medallist, should be at his peak and …
 
Commentary legend Ian Darke takes us back to Seoul 1988; the Ben Johnson 100m final and the dramatic aftermath. What was it like to describe one of the most infamous moments in Olympic history? He reveals how Johnson’s failed drugs test was leaked and the moment he went live in his PJs to break the news. We discover Darke, one of the UK's longest-s…
 
On the second edition of this new series, Katharine Merry tells the full, inside story from one of the most iconic nights in Olympic history. In a far cry from junior days when they raced together in Horsham, Sussex, Merry won 400m bronze, behind Aussie hero Cathy Freeman, in front of 112,000 spectators and the eyes of the world. From the agonising…
 
On Episode One of the brand new podcast from a collective of UK sports broadcasters, Clare Balding takes us inside the London 2012 Opening Ceremony, gives the full story of her viral encounter with Bert Le Clos, reveals 'pulling' Bo Derek at the Modern Pentathlon and insists that she really didn’t get the GB showjumpers drunk. Mark Pougatch is alon…
 
A brand new podcast series from a heavyweight collective of some of the UK’s most familiar sporting voices, gives you a front row seat at some of the biggest Olympic moments. Using their combined experience of more than 20 summer Games, Mark Pougatch, John Inverdale, Jonathan Overend, Sonja McLaughlan and Marcus Buckland take you behind the scenes …
 
With no matches being played as a result of the coronavirus, Dave and Tom take the opportunity to reflect upon the performances of all the teams as things stand in the 2020 Guinness Six Nations. They also discuss your feedback on Joe Marler's ban and select their Team Of The Tournament (so far).ITV Sport による
 
In an episode recorded before the cancellation of the France / Ireland game, Dave and Tom reflect on two of the big talking points in the England v Wales game involving Manu Tuilagi and - ahem - Joe Marler and Alun-Wyn Jones. They also assess a fantastic performance by Scotland to overturn a 14-man France, which throws the tournament wide open. The…
 
Cheered by news that his account has finally been verified by Twitter, Tom is in good spirits as he and David assess the state of play in the Six Nations during the second rest week of the tournament. Wales's injury concerns are a major talking point, as is the coronavirus. They also get stuck in to your feedback from their last Team Of The Round.…
 
The 2020 Guinness Six Nations is shaping up nicely - with England seeing off Ireland and France eyeing up a Grand Slam following a thrilling victory in Wales. There was also redemption in Rome for Stuart Hogg. Flats & Shanks review all the action, pick their Team Of The Round and tell a few more of your gags.…
 
In an episode filmed in a box at The Principality Stadium in Cardiff, the Wales fly-half joins David and Tom to discuss his ongoing rehabilitation from the horrific knee injury that cruelly ruled him out of the World Cup in Japan. They also get his thoughts on new national coach Wayne Pivac, Shaun Edwards, the Finn Russell affair and the likely win…
 
As Storm Ciara batters our shores, England and Ireland come out on top in two very contrasting matches. David and Tom speak to ex-Ireland international Stephen Ferris and get a punchy post-match perspective from Ellis Genge. They also pick their Team Of The Round and share a few more of your jokes.ITV Sport による
 
Who will be the stars of the 2020 Guinness Six Nations? David Flatman & Tom Shanklin return to ITV with a preview of this year's tournament. Subjects on the agenda include Stuart Hogg's hair, Jon Davies's body and Andy Farrell's guitar. They also pick their Six Nations Team Of The Tens.ITV Sport による
 
After an exceedingly long flight, Flats joins Shanks straight off the plane from Japan to reflect upon South Africa's stunning victory over England in the 2019 Rugby World Cup final. And in many ways, David is the right man to dissect where the match was won and lost, given the importance of the scrum in determining the outcome ...…
 
The big game is nearly upon us, and David and Tom are a little bit excited. As well as offering their perspective on the final, they also have extended interviews with World Cup winners Ben Kay and Bryan Habana. They also bid a fond farewell to Warren Gatland, which leads them onto a surreal conversation about who from the world of rugby would make…
 
With Shanks literally on the first flight out of Japan following Wales's agonising defeat to South Africa, he and Flats are in sombre mood - despite England's extraordinary victory over the Kiwis in the other semi-final. But they still manage to scrutinise both matches with characteristic verve, insight and humour before he is booted out of his hot…
 
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