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ITV Sport Rugby World Cup Podcast
David Flatman and Tom Shanklin guide you through the 2019 Rugby World Cup tournament in this series of special podcasts from ITV Sport.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 594 ratings
Witty, funny and insightful
Another great series of podcasts; the world cup was brilliant and so were these 2! Always make me chuckle as well them being daft too!
Humbero19 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 11/06/19
“First ones in, last ones out”. National lampoon’s.Vacation. Top discursive banter as always. And note to congratulate the tilting of each ep - top punning. GT
seshlehem via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 11/05/19
Excellent pod
I haved loved this pod cast. The right balance between analysis and light hearted chat. Easy to listen to and very informative. Thank you!
DelythJones via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 11/04/19
Recent Episodes
After an exceedingly long flight, Flats joins Shanks straight off the plane from Japan to reflect upon South Africa's stunning victory over England in the 2019 Rugby World Cup final. And in many ways, David is the right man to dissect where the match was won and lost, given the importance of the...
Published 11/04/19
The big game is nearly upon us, and David and Tom are a little bit excited. As well as offering their perspective on the final, they also have extended interviews with World Cup winners Ben Kay and Bryan Habana. They also bid a fond farewell to Warren Gatland, which leads them onto a surreal...
Published 10/31/19
With Shanks literally on the first flight out of Japan following Wales's agonising defeat to South Africa, he and Flats are in sombre mood - despite England's extraordinary victory over the Kiwis in the other semi-final. But they still manage to scrutinise both matches with characteristic verve,...
Published 10/27/19
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