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Podcast 5 live Rugby League
Podcast 5 live Rugby League

5 live Rugby League


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  • Super Aussies and supping champagne with Seb Bechara
    Tanya Arnold is joined one more time by former England international Jon Wilkin and Australian journalist Steve Mascord, while the BBC’s rugby league correspondent Dave Woods also joins the pod. They discuss all three finals as Australia’s men and women triumph, while England defeated France on Friday to win the wheelchair competition. Talking of which, wheelchair World Cup winner Seb Bechara drops by with a bottle of champagne. Oh, and the team discuss the Australian love of haircuts and coffee. Time codes 1 – The team discuss the men’s final. 10 – Aussie coach Mal Meninga interviewed. 12 – England wheelchair winner Seb Bechara drops by with some champagne. 25 – The team discuss the women’s final. 28 - Final thoughts from the team.
  • Flat whites, wheelchair warriors and visiting the kids
    Tanya Arnold, Dave Woods, Jon Wilkin and Steve Mascord preview the Rugby League World Cup Finals. Tanya Arnold is joined by Rugby League correspondent Dave Woods, former England international Jon Wilkin and Australian journalist Steve Mascord to look ahead to the weekend’s Rugby League World Cup finals. Ahead of the men’s final, they speak to Australia’s assistant coach Michael Hagan after a tightly contested semi-final. Ali Brigginshaw from the Jillaroos speaks about how much she’s been enjoying the tournament, while Nathan Collins, a try scorer from England’s wheelchair team’s victory over France pops by too. Plus, the tournament’s CEO Jon Dutton talks about the success and legacy of this year’s competition. TIMECODES: 08:38 – Michael Hagan 26:03 – Ali Brigginshaw 36:36 – Nathan Collins 46:51 – Jon Dutton
  • Pommie police, trumpets and counting the calories
    Tanya Arnold is joined once again by former England international Jon Wilkin and Australian journalist Steve Mascord for their weekly take on all things Rugby League World Cup. Lee Radford is part of the Samoan coaching staff and he explains how England’s semi-final opponents have been getting better and better. England wheelchair player Seb Bechara discusses playing the trumpet and what exactly constitutes good bread. And Jillaroos co-skipper Sammy Bremner joins the pod to talk through a few language issues and returning to the game after having a baby. Oh – and don’t forget to find out what Steve has lost this week. TIMECODES 6.00 - Lee Radford joins the team to discuss the England men's team's upcoming semi-final against Samoa. The Castleford Tigers head coach is currently working as an assistant coach for Samoa, and hoping to plot the downfall of his home nation. 16.25 England wheelchair star Seb Bechara discusses their great start to the event, and life as a professional trumpet player in the South of France. 32.14 Australian Jillaroos co-captain Sammy Bremner makes some early observations about life in the UK and how she's hoping her World Cup performances will be an inspiration to others.
  • The Count, the firefighter and the man inside a Yorkshire pudding
    Tanya Arnold is once again joined by former England international Jon Wilkin and Australian journalist Steve Mascord to discuss the World Cup, food and what they have lost over the past week. They are joined by England’s Tommy Makinson to find out who he looks like and who he is currently rooming with. Ahead of the women’s tournament starting PNG’s Elise Albert and Canada’s Gabby Hindley open up on their journeys to the World Cup. And there is also time for England’s Jack Brown to explain what makes the wheelchair game so special. Timecodes: 05.00 England’s Tommy Makinson joins the team to talk about their success in the men's tournament so far, and the teams plans for a Haloween-themed training session 17.48 Papua New Guinea Orchids captain Elsie Albert talks about changing perceptions at home as she prepares to lead her country in the Women's World Cup tournament which starts this week. 25.42 Gabby Hindley, who captains the Canada Ravens, talks us through her off-field CV which includes work as a biologist and a wildfire fighter, and explains the difference between urgency and panic. 34.48 England’s Jack Brown joins the programme to preview the wheelchair tournament - and also tells us how to prepare the perfect recipe for Yorkshire Puddings.
  • All About Jamaica - history makers
    Jamaica in the Rugby League World Cup? Who knew! Well, Nesta McGregor travelled to Leeds to watch them train and spoke to the key people around the team. Jamaican journalist and team media manager Simon Preston explains how it all started while head coach Romeo Monteith discusses what it means for the team to be over here in England competing at the RLWC. Alex Young – the brother of England winger Dom – explains why he is playing for Jamaica and Chevaughn Bailey – who plays club rugby back in Jamaica – explains the emotions of playing for his country and the reaction back home from the pupils that he teaches. Timecodes…. 2 mins – Jamaican journalist Simon Preston on the evolution of the team. 6 mins – head coach Romeo Monteith on the growth of the sport. 14 mins - Chevaughn Bailey on his pride at playing in Jamaica’s World Cup opener. 19 mins – Alex Young on his decision to play for Jamaica.

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