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Ep. 10: Will with Jean de Villiers
An inspired and supremely physical South Africa levelled the 2021 series last week, so who better to join Will than a Springbok centurion with experience of beating the Lions? Jean de Villiers started the first two Tests back in 2009, and – ahead of a monumental 80 minutes in Cape Town this Saturday – reflects on this gripping rivalry, and which side might go on to carve their names in the rugby history books…
Ep 9: Will with Tadhg Beirne
This week, Will is joined by a player with a remarkable story: one who's gone from delivering pizzas in Dublin to show-stealing performances in the jerseys of the Scarlets, Munster, Ireland, and - now - the British & Irish Lions. Having come off the bench in Saturday's First Test victory, Beirne discusses the tour to date, and how it feels to be just one win away from rugby immortality…
Ep 8: Will with Ken Owens
As the first Lions Test against South Africa draws ever closer, Ken Owens took some time out to join Will on this week's podcast. The CEO of the Lions' choir reflects on life in the bubble and gives an insight into how the players are feeling ahead of their first outing against the Springboks this Saturday.
Ep 7: Will with John Bentley
With the first Test just over a week away, Will is joined by John ‘Bentos’ Bentley, who toured South Africa in 1997. Bentley not only started twice against the Springboks in that series win, but will go down as a Lions legend for his stunning solo try against the Gauteng Lions and antics on ‘Living with Lions’.
Ep 6: Will with Beast & Raging Bull
As the Lions tour in South Africa gets under way Will is joined by two legends of the front row club in Tandai Mtawarira & Phil Vickery. They discuss going head to head in the 2009 Lions series, the importance of the scrum in their respective World Cup wins and the upcoming Springboks v Lions test series.
Ep 5: Will with Sam Warburton
Lions legend Sam Warburton joins Will on this week's podcast. The pair react to the 2021 squad's opening outing, including Alun Wyn Jones' injury heartbreak and Conor Murray's appointment as captain. Sam also reminisces on his time wearing the famous red jersey, including his central role in the final moments of the dramatic 2017 trip to New Zealand.
What has happened?
This podcast just stopped in 2021? What happened!
Will talks too much about himself
He needs to say way way less. Listen to Tinder and Alex interview Jeremy Guscott or Will Carling as an example of how to do a good interview.
The rugby pod and the BBC podcast are infinitely better. This podcast is stuck referencing 2003 and is way to ego centric around Will Greenwood. Shame because the guests are good and Rupert Cox is knowledgeable