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Dig into the stories behind some of the greatest sports books ever written. Each week we’ll be interviewing the authors of those books to find out about the proposal, the process and what it felt like to have that first copy in their hands.
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4.4 stars from 42 ratings
Fascinating to hear from the writers of some of my favourite sports books, and also to discover new writers. After listening to the Donald McRae episode, I was inspired to read ’Dark Trade’, despite not being a huge boxing fan. What a book! Looking forward to future episodes of this excellent...Read full review »
AC_90 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/20/20
Top Podcast
I came here from the House of Rugby, and really enjoy gaining extra insight into books I’ve already read and books I’m yet to read. The presenter is great - very passionate and knowledgeable, and always asks really thoughtful questions. A great way to wind down out the end of the day! Keep up...Read full review »
AdamN1979 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 06/26/20
What a story
Loved this episode, Tom Gregory speaks so fluently and engagingly about the swim and with warmth and humour too. Ordered the book within minutes of listening to the podcast, and can’t wait to read it. Brilliant stuff.
Thompers_D via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 06/25/20
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