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The Good, the Bad and the Rugby
The Good, The Bad & The Rugby
James Haskell, Mike Tindall and Alex Payne return for season two of The Good, The Bad & The Rugby. Expect more great guests, insight, laughter and tears.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 2,470 ratings
Good Guests but not much else
Most weeks there’s no mention of any current rugby just some game 15 years ago. Any story ends up being self pitying moan by hask about how it’s so hard being a rugby player and we should feel sorry for them. Listen to Rugby Pod!
Tight Head Rhys via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/14/22
Frustrating Listen
This used to be a very good podcast. But the more Haskell takes over a podcast the less I listen. Take the recent George Kruis episode, the man was already telling a story there was no need for Hask to bombard him while he’s talking. Amazes me that a media professional in Alex hasn’t tried to...Read full review »
ScottHowarthFilms via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/06/22
No one watched any matches!
Haskell isn’t interested in watching any matches - what a waste of time this podcast is
Paul R... via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/06/22
Recent Episodes
Published 08/02/22
It's the final episode of the season & Alex, Hask and Tinds are joined by the BBC's Ukraine Correspondent, James Waterhouse. This may seem random for this podcast, but Waterhouse used to play rugby in the Championship for Rotherham and Esher… and has since jacked it all in for a career in...
Published 08/02/22
Washington Commanders defensive end Efe Obada, and New York Giants punter Jamie Gillan, aka the Scottish Hammer, are with Alex, Hask and Tinds this week for a GB&R with a difference. They talk about their respective journeys to the NFL, from London and Inverness, in fascinating detail. Efe...
Published 07/26/22
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