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Ep 21: Lion Man - Sir Ian McGeechan
Sir Ian McGeechan joins Miles Harrison to talk all things British & Irish Lions in a special edition of our podcast. 1974, 1997 and the 2009 tours, all to South Africa, are discussed in detail and the duo also look ahead to the 2021 tour with 'Geech' giving his thoughts on who he'd pick as captain.
Ep 20: LCD
On the pod this week Will & Rupert are joined by Exeter & England hooker Luke Cowan-Dickie. They reflect on the Chiefs' brilliant 2020, the recent draw for Rugby World Cup 2023 and how the Heineken Champions Cup is shaping up after round 1. Will also gives his thoughts on the news that his former team-mate Steve Thompson is suffering from early onset dementia.
Ep 19: Superhero Kevin Sinfield
An episode not to be missed this week. After finishing his seventh marathon in as many days in support of Rob Burrow and the Motor Neurone Disease Association, Leeds Rhinos Director of Rugby Kevin Sinfield joins us.
Will and Rupert also reflect on the finale of the Autumn Nations Cup and Tri-Nations, before looking ahead to the return of European Rugby.
2017 Lions Rugby Retro: Warren Gatland
Widely written off and at times ridiculed by his own media, Warren Gatland led the 2017 British & Irish Lions back to his home country to take on New Zealand. In the company of James Gemmell & Miles Harrison he recalls the epic conclusion to the series.
Ep 18: Rugby Royalty - Emily Scarratt
On the pod this week Will & Rupert are joined by rugby royalty as Emily Scarratt reflects on the Red Roses' autumn and looks ahead to RWC 2021 in New Zealand.
Our duo discuss all the latest news from the game including Pablo Matera's suspension as Argentina captain following historical racist tweets.
2013 Lions Rugby Retro: Jamie Roberts
James Gemmell & Miles Harrison wind back the clock with Jamie Roberts to remember the deciding test of the Australia v British & Irish Lions series from 2013 when he and Jonathan Davies were picked ahead of the legendary Brian O’Driscoll. Could they repay the faith coach Warren Gatland had shown in them and deliver under pressure?