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Discussion in 'Everything Else' started by John S, Nov 3, 2017.

  1. John S Tom Lawton (22)

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    How have I not known about the podcasts before October. Randomly searching for some podcasts to download, come across this one (I've obviously been ignoring the big sound cloud box on the right hand side of the screen for way too long!)

    Anyway, great job boys. Entertaining, enlightening (even though I've relived the Tah's dismal super season with your discussions). Thought I'd catch up on this year's episodes.
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  2. Sully John Eales (66)

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    I listen religiously!
  3. boyo Paul McLean (56)

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    Habitually?
  4. Baldric Jim Clark (26)

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    What is a good app for podcasts? I am an Android user?
    My son always listens to podcasts when we drive. I am sick of listening to basketball discussions and would like to gazump him in the car next time and play something I would like to listen to.
  5. Baldric Jim Clark (26)

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    What is a good app for podcasts? I am an Android user?
    My son always listens to podcasts when we drive. I am sick of listening to basketball discussions and would like to gazump him in the car next time and play something I would like to listen to.
  6. Sully John Eales (66)

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    Pocketcast on Android

    Sent from my D5833 using Tapatalk
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  7. RugbyReg Stirling Mortlock (74)

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    while I applaud your podcast intent, I am an Apple lad so can't help with apps for android.

    I can tell you there are some great podcasts out there. My sporting ones are:

    30 for 30
    The Grade Cricketer
    The EggChasers
    Santo, Sam and Ed's Total Football (barely sport)
    The Rugby Coach's Corner
    A yarn with Beau Robbo

    and us..
  8. John S Tom Lawton (22)

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    I use AntennaPod on my Samsung, and I just did a search, there's a few different search options including iTunes, where it searches their database for what you're after.

    EDIT: It also allows you to download stuff to your device (pretty sure most pod cast apps do) so you don't have to use data while travelling.
  9. HJ Nelson Cyril Towers (30)

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    Reg has already mentioned 'A Yarn with Beau Robbo', but the latest interview with Nemani Nadolo is a good one.

    Apparently, at one stage he was very keen to come back to Australia, but couldn't get any interest, and ended up signing with the Crusaders.

    Public safety warning - get ready to adjust the volume at the start, it jumps around a lot, but then settles down. Perhaps someone from GAGR should offer their podcast production services
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  10. fatprop David Wilson (68)

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    If anyone wants some good insight into test rugby, with some banter, Haskell's "House of Rugby" is worth a listen.

    The one with Robshaw was quite good on the England set up under Eddie

    Haskel is also interesting on pre season training and over training
  11. Tex Peter Fenwicke (45)

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    Is Haskell the one who's transitioning to UFC? I'd tune in to hear him talk about the transition across sports.

    Revisionist History has been a great podcast for me.
  12. fatprop David Wilson (68)

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    He did talk about it, it was quite good, he also had some interesting insights on being a post pro player (finding meaning and structure in his life), being invited into the England camp to run a fitness session by Eddie, preseason training hell and now not having to peak physically each week with the UFC in mind

    Mike Tindall is on it at times as well - there was a great one with Tindall's wife as well (Zara Phillips), and being married to a "royal"

    Good banter

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