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Join Johnny Vaughan and Gavin "The Woodman" Woods for an alternative build-up to the weekend's sport, plus a look at off-the-ball news, quirky stories and, more often than not, bizarre impressions of Rugby League fans. The boys celebrate sporting superstars, interview athletes and most importantly shine a spotlight on grass roots warriors plying their trade on hungover sundays. Tune in to Radio X at 11am on Saturdays to hear the show - Radio X is available across the UK on digital radio, 104 ...
 
Welcome to the Rugby Coach's Corner Podcast - Sharing ideas to make the game better! #TRCCP is a fortnightly podcast where we discuss rugby coaching concepts with a variety of people involved in the game at all levels. Follow via Twitter @RugbyCoachsCnr and like on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/therugbycoachscorner Check out the website via www.therugbycoachscorner.com
 
UK-based journalists John Davidson and Ross Heppenstall discuss the latest sports topics of the day and endeavour to give you the story behind the stories. Lots of opinion, insight and detail on the world of football, rugby league, rugby union and more.
 
Welcome to the Catflap Chats podcast. My name is Mikey, but lots call me Catflap, Flap, or Flapper, and I'm fortunate enough to call some pretty interesting people my mates - Professional sports, Rugby, Boxing, MMA, Football, Actors, Singers, and Business, in Wales and beyond. I'm going to have a beer with a different mate each week, and delve in to their professional and personal lives. Expect some distinctly average chat, funny stories, and insights in behind the scenes. Basically, I am ab ...
 
Join Luke & Ash as they dive into a nostalgia filled trip through every episode of 90s UK video game competition show GamesMaster! Expect classic game reviews, nostalgia chat, and humongous innuendos that will get your joysticks waggling. Support this show at http://supporter.acast.com/underconsolepod Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/underconsolepod. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Where's The Cue Ball Going?

John "JV" Virgo and Jason "One Dart" Wooley

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A fun podcast with John "JV" Virgo and Jason "One Dart" Wooley. They talk about anything and everything........even snooker!!!! JV is the BBC Snooker Commentator, UK Snooker Championship Winner and Co-Presenter of the Multi Award Winning Big Break. One Dart has been involved in the sporting entertainment industry for the past 20 years. Both big sports fans. They'll be discussing all things sport - snooker, football, horse racing, golf, rugby, boxing etc, as well as the latest news and views. ...
 
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Fraser Allen from Fraser Allen Communications

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As a journalist and member of the Scottish Business Network, I was keen to start a fortnightly podcast interviewing the big personalities of the Scottish business world. Dip in - you'll hear from some amazing people! Available on Apple Music, Spotify and all the main podcast platforms. If you like what you hear, simply search for 'Scottish Business Network' on your preferred podcast provider and subscribe. Thank you.
 
Open your mind to the world with New Zealand’s number one breakfast radio show. Without question, as New Zealand’s number one talk host, Mike Hosking sets the day’s agenda. The sharpest voice and mind in the business, Mike drives strong opinion, delivers the best talent, and always leaves you wanting more. The Mike Hosking Breakfast always cuts through and delivers the best daily on Newstalk ZB.
 
Alex O'keefe & Craig Billington will be speaking with some of the worlds most elite performers ranging from Hollywood Film Writers to Sporting Heroes & everyone in between. We genuinely believe success leaves clues and through these conversations we can pass on the golden nuggets of wisdom to help you create your own self made script. Follow on the socials @theselfmademindpodcast SUBSCRIBE - Itunes/Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-self-made-mind-podcast/id1539 Spoti ...
 
Shed Talks is a good humoured show about mental health and coping with life – what happens when things go wrong, and what you can do to get better and stay well. Shed Talks is hosted by Jeremy Thomas – a funny guy with experience of serious mental illness, and an advocate of good mental health. Jeremy is going to be in conversation with interesting people drawn from the world of Film, TV, Music, Books, Crime, Gardening, and Business. Interesting people who have achieved something in their li ...
 
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Welcome to Episode 219 of the Rugby League Republic Podcast, with your hosts Tish and Dr T. In this episode of the podcast, we review the 2021 NRL Grand Final, preview the UK Super League Grand Final, farewell Peter Sterling from Channel 9, and much more. Join us as we build a rugby league community for all… the Rugby League Republic Podcast starts…
 
Toby brings stories of autograph paraphernalia and GPS trackers, and Gav pitches a different angle for the TV show Succession…You can hear The Kickabout live on Radio X from 11am every Saturday, and if you want to take the boys Around Your Ground or introduce them to your mates in the Sunday League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen then get in touch on ki…
 
Melbourne has erupted with cheers as the world's longest lockdown was officially lifted overnight. Victoria's sixth coronavirus lockdown was finally lifted at 11.59pm on Thursday after 262 days of harsh Covid-19 measures since the pandemic hit. The CBD erupted and cheers and applause could be heard echoing through the city as the clock struck midni…
 
The All Blacks have their obligatory stop in the US before heading to Europe on their end of year tour. The team takes to the field against the US Rugby Team on Sunday morning at FedEx Stadium in Washington, D.C. Eagles coach Gary Gold told Mike Hosking rugby is starting to become a big deal in the US. “Hopefully the All Blacks are very popular in …
 
New Zealand’s 15-year Free Trade Deal with the UK is being hailed a triumph. We are only about point two of a percent of UK exports so their tariffs are gone from day one. For us, no tariffs for wine, honey, onions and hoki - while dairy, lamb and beef have increasing tariff free quotas before the tariffs disappear entirely before the 15-year perio…
 
At the end of each week, Mike Hosking takes you through the big-ticket items and lets you know what he makes of it all. Drip Feeding Covid Announcements. 2/10. "What a shocking week this has been and what a crappy way to treat a population. An announcement on Monday of more announcements. An announcement on Tuesday, an announcement on Wednesday inv…
 
Brian Laundrie's family lawyer has been forced to hose down a chilling theory that Laundrie's parents, Roberta and Chris, planted his possessions in Carlton Reserve before they were found by police. Steven Bertolino gave his first interview after remains, a backpack and notebook were found in the search for Laundrie, who has been named a "person of…
 
Calls for rapid antigen testing to be implemented in the aged care industry. The tests are commonly used overseas and can be done at home and deliver a result in as little as 15 minutes. Radius Residential Care will allow vaccinated and tested visitors into their Level 3 facilities next week, despite the Ministry of Health advising family and non-e…
 
Yet another reason to thank Boris Johnson and be grateful that there remain a few visionaries about the place that want us to prosper and succeed. By all accounts, our free trade deal with the UK is a winner. It's open and truly free, the hurdles remain few and far between. The gains we stand to make are enormous. It's a tangible example of what we…
 
The Government's being urged to set clear and realistic targets for its new Covid restrictions. Their set to announce a tiered framework of restrictions this morning, to replace the existing alert level system. It's likely to see us getting more freedoms, as we reach certain vaccination targets. Auckland University Emeritus Professor of Medicine De…
 
Disappointment, but no surprise, for Waikato residents facing an extended lockdown. Parts of Waikato will stay at Alert Level Three for the next six days subject to a further review on Wednesday. It includes the Waitomo, Ōtorohanga, Waipa, Hamilton and Waikato districts including: Te Kuiti, Te Awamutu, Cambridge, Raglan, Ngāruawāhia, Huntly and Te …
 
As many as 43,000 PCR tests for people living in and around the South West of England could have been wrongly returned as negative recently, thanks to a seemingly unknown error, or errors, at a laboratory near Wolverhampton. For an extraordinarily long time the mistakes went undetected, and every day many hundreds of people who really had Covid, we…
 
In the final episode of the season, in what should have been the final days leading up to the start of the 2021 Rugby League World Cup, we turn our attention to international rugby league, as England’s men and women prepare to take on France in a double-header in Perpignan on Saturday. Correspondent Dave Woods is joined by St Helens and England sta…
 
The URC is here and Under The Sticks is back - Andy McGeady resumes as host alongside Paul Williams, Sean Holley and Gcobani Bobo What's New? Under the Sticks will now run monthly Less highlights but more big topics Get us on video through URC Official Facebook and YouTube Listen on all good podcast platforms We’re not live but we still want commen…
 
Nikki Sixx is a name synonymous with Rock and Roll. He, of course, was a founder member of Mötley Crüe along with Tommy Lee. And as we know, the band dominated the charts for years with their most successful album, Dr Feelgood staying on the charts for 114 weeks. Sixx has had quite the life story, and he's telling a part of it in his new book The F…
 
Let me give you one of my working theories at the moment. We have, as an example, a couple of debates or scraps that, depending on who you listen to, depends on what you might think is happening. One, ICU capacity in our hospitals. Two, saliva testing in the public sector as opposed to the private. I wonder how much of what Ministers say in public …
 
An entertainment battle has emerged in recent times: Subbed vs Dubbed. The extremely popular Squid Game has reignited the discussion after complaints that the English dub over lost a lot of the emotion and character growth. A lot of the big shows now are foreign, meaning subtitles, or a terrible dubbed version that gets widely panned. But the most …
 
Concerns about the number of students returning next week. From next Tuesday, years 11 to 13 students under Alert Level Three are able to go back to school ... with the Government considering options for years 1 to 10. PPTA President Melanie Webber says told Mike Hosking some schools will have up to two thousand students back in the classroom. She …
 
The Health Minister is confident the health system will cope with the coming rise in Covid-19 cases. New Zealand recorded 60 new community cases yesterday, but much higher case numbers are possible in the coming days. People with symptoms or exposure in Auckland's New Lynn and the North Shore's Rosedale, Redvale, and Bayswater are being told to get…
 
The Central Otago District Council is picking good ideas to reduce fruit loss New research has found more than 10 percent of fruit grown on orchards in the region isn't being sold or eaten. The district council commissioned the study. Suncrest Orchard Manager Michael Jones told Mike Hosking there's always going to be some form of wastage. “I mean i…
 
Concern about a lack of consultation on the High-Wealth Individuals Research Project. It's aimed at figuring out how much the ultra-rich pay in tax, as a share of their economic wealth. Inland Revenue has started writing to 400 New Zealanders with a net worth of at least $20 million, asking about their assets. PWC partner Geof Nightingale told Mike…
 
Vaccinations are likely to be saving many lives in Britain's latest surge in Covid case numbers. The country has recorded another 179 deaths today, on its eighth consecutive day of more than 40-thousand cases. Brits are now facing the possibility of more restrictions in the coming months, with officials bracing for up to 100,000 cases a day over th…
 
Tennis players who haven't received a COVID-19 vaccination are unlikely to get a visa to enter the country for the Australian Open in Melbourne in January, according to the political leader of the state which hosts the season-opening major. Victoria state Premier Daniel Andrews has already introduced a vaccine mandate for professional athletes comp…
 
Surely in these dark and troubled times, a level of cooperation from unlikely foes has to be welcomed. The deal done between the Government and National over housing at last addresses, at least in part, one of the biggest obstacles to supply. The councils. We have, for years, argued around all the other issues that prevent supply growth in housing.…
 
Is the last summer before we see the price of beer go up in this country? It's already set to happen in the UK - increased costs and crippling supply shortages has 80 percent of British pubs saying they plan to or already have raised their prices. The threat of the 30p rise means people are calling for a freeze on the alcohol duty rate so that pint…
 
Wellington's Mayor says a new bill to allow more housing intensification goes against the Government's climate change objectives. The rules would allow as many as three homes, up to three storeys, on most sites, without resource consent. About 105,000 extra homes are expected to be built in the next five to eight years. Andy Foster told Mike Hoskin…
 
National is calling on the Government to move faster, to scrap the MIQ system and end lockdowns. The Government is due to announce its own vaccination targets on Friday, and stepped changes to managed isolation in the coming week. National says it would do so once 85 to 90 percent of the country is double-vaccinated and had hit certain milestones, …
 
Today could be another record-breaking day for Covid case numbers in Auckland and Waikato. New Zealand recorded 94 new community cases yesterday -- our highest daily case number since the pandemic began. Covid Minister Chris Hipkins says case numbers could reach about 100 today He told Mike Hosking the good news is vaccination is reducing the sprea…
 
Auckland primary schools are calling for clarity around what measures they need to put in place when children go back to school. Education Minister Chris Hipkins is expected to announce a plan today to get Auckland students back into the classroom. Auckland Primary Principals' Association president, Stephen Lethbridge, told Mike Hosking schools wan…
 
Welcome to 1995! And we've got an interesting curio kicks off the episode with Jason Pickford playing Whizz on the MegaDrive, which never gets released. Meanwhile, future boxing champion Prince Naseem drops by to mash buttons on Super Punch-Out!!! on the SNES. We've got some news on Alien Trilogy and the Judge Dredd film and Mortal Kombat II is hea…
 
The manipulative nonsense and the endless make it up as you go along dressed up as some sort of plan from the Government needs to stop. Auckland is not going to Level 4 for a circuit breaker because it wouldn’t work. Wouldn't it? So why then were we ever in Level 4 for Delta? Why did they tell us Level 3 is still about elimination? Do they actually…
 
Supercans fans will be familiar with the name and voice of Neil Crompton. First, he was a legend of the sport; twice making the podium of the great Bathurst 1000. He’s since taken his talents to the microphone and screen and has been the face and voice of Aussie motorsport for decades. He’s now telling his story in his autobiography ‘Best Seat in t…
 
Auckland businesses continue to bleed money. The retail and hospitality sector is desperate for the Government to announce an opening date. The Government will announce more business support by Friday. Co-owner of Auckland's The Grange Restaurant Mark Wilson, told Mike Hosking they're getting the resurgence payment. But, he says come level two, the…
 
National says the Government is continuing to downplay the economic impact of the extended restrictions. Leader Judith Collins told Mike Hosking small business owners are on their knees across Auckland and around the country. “Those are just people, they are people who have often mortgaged their homes to be able to go into business, they are people…
 
A PR expert says the people at Saturday night's influencer party deserve to be dumped by those who support them. Attendees at the gathering on Auckland's North Shore were seen dancing and kissing in videos posted to social media. A 28-year-old man has been arrested and will appear in the North Shore District Court on Friday. PR expert Deborah Pead …
 
A warning a home isolation model will come with more risk. The Government says positive Covid-19 community cases will be quarantining in their own homes fairly soon, as rising cases will make it unsustainable to put them all in MIQ. Auckland University modeller Dr Dion O'Neale says the risk is mitigated a bit if there's a large number of vaccinated…
 
There's still no guarantee Aucklanders will be able to travel in and out of the region this Christmas. Jacinda Ardern is set to announce a new "traffic light" system of Covid restrictions on Friday, which could include allowing double-vaccinated people with negative Covid tests to cross the Auckland border. But she says Aucklanders shouldn't necess…
 
We are joined by authors Jason Goldsmith and Lucas Gillard to talk about their new book 'Be My Guest - Football Superstars in Australia'. The book looks at the history of star names who have played soccer down under such as Bobby Moore, Ian Rush, Graeme Souness, Gianfranco Zola, Bobby Charlton, George Best and many more. The authors chat about thei…
 
Prem Round 4 Bath in dire straits. Sarries looking mean. Sale beat the Champs. Worcester panned by Tigers Brizzle lose again. Chiefs back, Wasps good in defeat. Falcons march on. And the rest of the stories from the rugby week.plenty of tangents included See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
The once glorious then mysterious Warriors career of David Fusitu'a has come to an end. The giant wing - believed to be on a massive $650,000 a year contract - will head to English club Leeds, according to Stuff. The 27-year-old was a homegrown Warriors legend in the making but his career derailed at the very point it was ready to take off. Backlin…
 
Big questions for the Government today, as we face another Cabinet meeting and another breathless 4pm revelation. Firstly, if there is no change, they need to do a lot better than last week when they ignored Auckland. The pain is Auckland, whether you are in the city or not, is real, it's getting worse by the day, and it affects the entire country.…
 
The arts need support now more than ever. A fortnight ago, Creative New Zealand was allocated five million dollars to provide short-term support to the arts and culture sector. Royal New Zealand Ballet board chair Dame Kerry Prendergast told Mike Hosking things are still very tough. Prendergast says they're going to film it, like they did last year…
 
We're being urged to continue to reach out to those who have yet to receive their first jab after Super Saturday. National Hauora Coalition Clinical Director Dr Rawiri Jansen told Mike Hosking there are families working long hours, with limited access to transport, who vaccinators still need to reach. "There are families where lives are really comp…
 
School holidays are over but not everyone is heading back to a classroom. It's the first day of term four, with students in Tāmaki Makaurau continuing with remote learning. Papatoetoe High School Principal Vaughan Couillault told Mike Hosking student engagement is at about 50 percent. "That doesn't mean that students aren't doing any work, what it …
 
Another decision day for the Government on the alert levels and restrictions in Auckland, Northland and Waikato. Cabinet will review the settings for all three regions this afternoon. Director General of Health Ashley Bloomfield says the lack of cases in Northland is promising, but the new cases in Waikato are a concern. He says told Mike Hosking t…
 
Inflation data due out today is expected to be the highest in a decade. The latest Consumer Price Index will be released this morning. A 1.4 percent rise is forecast for the last quarter - meaning an annual inflation rate of around 4.1 percent. Independent economist Tony Alexander told Mike Hosking it's not just happening in New Zealand. "It's all …
 
The Kickabout sings the praises of Steve Bruce this week, and there’s a lot of talk about meat…You can hear The Kickabout live on Radio X from 11am every Saturday, and if you want to take the boys Around Your Ground or introduce them to your mates in the Sunday League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen then get in touch on kickabout@radiox.co.uk…
 
At the end of each week, Mike Hosking takes you through the big ticket items and lets you know what he makes of it all. The Government's Week:3/10 "What a miserable week it's been. No change for Auckland, Waikato, or Northland. The Prime Minister vanished with her boyfriend cause the going got sticky. We are held hostage by low-lives, the hookers a…
 
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