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The Contact Book with Craig Doyle
The Contact book is a chat show like no other. Craig Doyle interviews sporting legends about their lives and careers.As he navigates their highs and lows, he has access to each guest’s contact book and calls up people who have lived through those experiences with them. Craig’s chats with his guests are witty, engaging and enlightening - and while he hears their versions of the stories, he also gets the real inside stories from people who know and love them best. Those with whom they grew up, who trained and played with them and those whose lives they crossed in the sporting world and...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 30 ratings
Keith Wood...
Enjoyed the series, particularly liked the Keith Wood episode, real legend of Irish rugby but just a regular bloke. Hope you do another series. Well done lads...
Barry Dunne via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 02/21/21
Quality podcast well done Craig
Looking forward to whom else will be interviewed.
Munster654321! via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 02/13/21
Best pod around
This, for me, is the best podcast around of the interview style/ format. Really enjoying these. It’s also one of the best podcasts around overall. Keep up the good work.
19Doyle84 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/23/21
Recent Episodes
In this episode of The Contact Book, "The Raging Potato” AKA Irish rugby player Keith Wood hands over his phone to Craig who calls upon an all-star list to join in with the conversation. Wood and his Lions' Captain Martin Johnson dissect that history-making Lions winning test series against the...
Published 02/02/21
Former Australian Rugby Union captain, David Pocock hands over his contact book to Craig Doyle who calls up some of those who have played a very important part in his life so far. From his childhood in Zimbabwe where his first coach reveals how parents of the other rugby children complained...
Published 01/19/21
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