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Talent Takes Practice
Talent Takes Practice
Savage and Syed explore stories of success and failure, plus, special guests share their wisdom and expertise to encourage lifelong behaviours that are conducive to fulfilling potential. A mosaic of stories that will give every listener – from students to aspiring sportspeople, to coaches and teachers and parents – powerful and practical lessons.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.4 stars from 268 ratings
Infuriatingly poorly researched
Fascinating topic with loads of potential but it seems the hosts just pitch up without any preparation or considered questions and are unable to react intelligently to what their guests say. Imagine interviewing someone like Ian Poulter and not even knowing if he’d done an autobiography, or even...Read full review »
Puseygalore via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/05/21
Fascinating
Great podcast and definitely recommend, would of gave it a 5 if it wasn’t for Robbie being “fascinated” with everything, every other word is “fascinating”. Do love you though rob 😘
Dino27saur via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/25/21
Fara Williams finale was insane - Robbie best interview of the season well done!
activeSI via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/02/21
Recent Episodes
In the final episode of the first series of Talent Takes Practice, Matthew and Robbie speak with Fara Williams MBE, the most capped player in national history, with 172 appearances for England, as well as an illustrious playing career at club level, winning multiple titles for sides including...
Published 02/25/21
With 7 UK number one singles, 11 out of 12 of his studio albums reaching number one and more than 75 million record sales worldwide, Robbie Williams, one of the most successful singer-songwriters and entertainers of all time, joins the podcast to discuss his incredible career in music and the...
Published 02/16/21
Former professional footballer, Tony Whelan, is the guest on this week’s episode. Tony now works as Assistant Academy Director at Manchester United Football Club. Having first joined the Club on a part-time coaching basis in 1990, his tenure has seen the development of some of the most successful...
Published 02/09/21
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