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2011. The All Blacks haven't won a World Cup since the original, Wales are used to going out in the pools, England are still wondering whether Martin Johnson might be a coach, and a whole raft of tier two nations are out for blood. Join the idiot behind rugby's most popular YouTube channel and his fellow rugby nerd brother for a detailed and affectionate look back at each Rugby World Cup, celebrating and dissecting an evolving sport, match-by-match... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and op ...
 
Talking Rugby, the longest running show of The World’s Talking, is a weekly rugby podcast like no other, where it is fans and not pundits who take centre stage. With a strong Irish flavour, Talking Rugby attempts to comprehensively discuss and dissect the latest stories and matches of the 15-man code. We have had rugby fans contribute from all over the world, including England, Scotland, Luxembourg, Canada, South Africa and of course Ireland! We are passionate about the game and our humble a ...
 
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We have a stacked House of Rugby Ireland today, as Eimear, Fergus & Ian are joined by three great guests. Munster and Ireland star Tadhg Beirne drops by to talk about his recent Lions call-up. Then, Scott Fardy joins the lads as they dial in fellow Wallabies legend Adam Ashley Cooper from L.A.Door JOE
 
Comedian, presenter, broadcaster and all round legend Chris Corcoran joins us to recall the first quarter final, in which Wales downed a star-studded Irish team. We speak about The Italian Job, Keith Earls, and BBC Wales' insane detective skills. A huge thanks to Korkey (@ChrisKorkey on Twitter) for joining us. Thanks also to Tom Rosenthal for our …
 
We're back to cover the final quarter-final of the tournament, in which New Zealand cantered past Argentina. We discuss Martin Rodriguez, whitebaiting and a mysterious man named Miguel. A huge thanks to Tom Rosenthal for our theme music. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Hugh Cahill is joined by Wes Liddy, Donal Lenihan and Bernard Jackman to discuss the Six Nations staying on free-to-air television. They also take a look at Warren Gatland's Lions squad and discuss Tadhg Furlong's one-year contract and what it says about the state of the game in Europe at the moment.…
 
After devoting over a dozen pods to the never ending debate over Lions selection, it was about time I had a look at the tour from the Springbok side of things and I found just the right person to do that in Andy Daniel, who runs the excellent Scrum5 blog and he also hosts an online show all about South African rugby so I asked him how the tour was …
 
It's here. The heavily controversial quarter final between South Africa and Australia. We talk in depth about Bryce Lawrence, and whether his refereeing influenced this game as heavily as it is remembered. We also compare Pieter De Villiers to Ted Lasso. A huge thanks to Tom Rosenthal for our theme music. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-o…
 
Eimear, Fergus and Ian are back together for a House of Rugby Ireland special that focuses on that seismic British & Irish Lions squad announcement. No Sexton, Ryan, Earls, Stander or Ringrose BUT great news for Conan, Porter, Aki and Henderson. The guys are joined by Springbok legend Victor Matfield and South African journalist Craig Ray to digest…
 
It hasn’t been a great week or two for Leinster rugby fans so I asked three of them to join me for a session of soul searching. I did my best to find positives in my writeup but the lads did a good job of bringing me back to reality. We also talked about the social media ban from the weekend with a bit of Lions chat thrown in as well for good measu…
 
Following Leinster's semi-final defeat to La Rochelle, Hugh Cahill is joined by Bernard Jackman, Wes Liddy and Donal Lenihan to look at reasons for the leading Irish province's repeated shortcomings on European stage. Is it time for Leinster to start investing in imported skills and power to supplement the talent coming through the academy?…
 
Fergus and Ian are in the House of Rugby Ireland studio as they look back on tough European semi-final losses for Ulster and Leinster. They also talk to South African journalist Brendan Nel about how the Springbok players are shaping up, and chat Lions selection picks.Door JOE
 
We are joined by Blood & Mud's Lee Calvert to discuss everything from Toby Flood to Alton Towers. We also come up with some conspiracy theories about Martin Johnson along the way. A huge thanks to Lee (@bloosandmud on Twitter) for joining us. You can listen to the Blood & Mud Podcast on all podcast platforms. Thanks also to Tom Rosenthal for our th…
 
This week we had our final round of Lions selections with a three-strong panel and as well as naming their XVs we also looked at general attitudes towards the tour itself and of course we can never do enough giving out about the Rainbow Cup so the four of us managed to get that in as well. Then after the chat I finally get to name the panel’s combi…
 
Bernard Jackman, Donal Lenihan and Wes Liddy join Hugh Cahill on the RTÉ Rugby Podcast to preview Leinster's battle against Ronan O'Gara's La Rochelle, ROG's rise, the Lions and Premiership's agreement over the release of players, Ireland's Women's Six Nations campaign aftermath and Connacht's win over Ulster.…
 
Fergus McFadden and Ronan O'Mahony are in the House of Rugby Ireland studio to discuss Munster's win over Leinster and look ahead to the European Cup semis. Rob Kearney dials in from Down Under for a chat and we hear from Sam Warburton on the upcoming Lions Tour. We also discuss Ireland finishing the Women's Six Nations on a high.…
 
I’m going back to my Lions Selector Panel one last time before the squad is announced on May the 6th only for this round instead of going one on one I’ll be getting XVs from them three at a time. We also talk about women’s rugby plus a tiny bit of Rainbow Cup as well, though I should point out that we chatted before the announcement was made that t…
 
This week on House of Rugby Ireland, we have two legendary props on the show - Tendai 'The Beast' Mtawawira and Mike Ross. Beast is in flying form as he looks ahead to the Lions 2021 Tour, and vows revenge on some old teammates. Ian Madigan then joins Mike and Fergus to talk Rainbow Cup, Simon Zebo's return and Ireland Women's struggles against Fra…
 
We're back! We wrap up the group stages with a proper leaving party. This includes a summary of every match, some fun games and an update on Robbie's progress on Rugby Manager. See you next week for the first quarter final, Ireland vs Wales, with a special guest. Thanks to Tom Rosenthal for our theme music, and for all of our guests who have featur…
 
On this week's RTÉ Rugby Podcast, Fiona Hayes, Grace Davitt and Jonny Holland join Raf Diallo to preview Ireland's Women's Six Nations game against France; Simon Zebo's return to Munster; Leinster's setting up a clash with Ronan O'Gara's La Rochelle; and a discussion on three new laws to be trialed in the Rainbow Cup.…
 
This week I wanted to turn the podcast focus back onto Leinster with the help of some the top Harpin contributors so we talked about the Exeter match, how the season had gone before that, what our chances are against La Rochelle and finally what the signing of Michael Alaalatoa will mean to the province. Our Harpin match writeup of Exeter Chiefs v …
 
Fergus and Ian are joined in-studio by Chris Henry to discuss Leinster's big away win over Exeter and Ulster getting the job done over Northampton. They then talk to Leinster & Ireland star Michelle Claffey about the winning start for Ireland Women in the Six Nations, and Eimear's two tries! They wrap up by talking about the troubled Rainbow Cup.…
 
This week I wanted to learn more about the Disciplinary Committee hearing so I had a chat with the author of a great blog called Rugby And The Law and we walked through the process from start to finish. Our Harpin feature article this week which includes “mini-writeups” from 5 matches over the weekend > http://www.harpinonrugby.net/2021/04/mini-wri…
 
We have a gigantic episode for you all as we look back on Leinster's unusual progress to the Champions Cup quarter finals and Munster falling to Toulouse. Fergus is joined by Ian Madigan and Chris Henry to recall some European tales. Then, Eimear chats with Ireland teammates Beibhinn Parsons and Dorothy Wall about first caps, driving tests and insp…
 
What was billed as a Leinster v Toulon preview ended up being more of a Pro14 final review and discussion over what Munster need to get back to the top table. And it's just as well, because the Toulon match never happened, though in our blissful ignorance we did chat shortly after the lineups were announced about what might have been. HarpinOnRugby…
 
Eimear, Fergus and Ian cover a lot in this week's House of Rugby Ireland, including that breathless Six Nations finish, Leinster's PRO14 Final win over Munster, and a Champions Cup preview. They also find time to pick their best player of the Six Nations and Lions Text XV.Door JOE
 
Moments after the teams were named for the 2021 Pro 14 Final I spoke to Michelle Tobin about how much this match means to her and her fellow Munster fans, what matchups seem to stand out and, of course, her prediction. She also updates us on her group of Lions supporters and their plans following the announcement that the tour is going ahead as pla…
 
This week my guest was Brandon Smith who hosts the Welsh Rugby Roundup show on the great ThreeBod Rugby Network, and he gave us his updated Lions XV to complete the second round of selections. He also talked about what was something of a rollercoaster of a weekend for an Ospreys and Wales fan. Then be sure and stick around to the end of the pod whe…
 
The 2021 Six Nations is all said and done for everyone bar France and Scotland following a Super Saturday that well and truly lived up to its name and expectations. Joining Brian to recap the final weekend and to look back on the tournament in general is the former England Sevens captain, Rob Vickerman. England failed to back up their impressive pe…
 
Eimear is joined in studio by Ian and Fergus to look back on Ireland's thumping win over England and a crazy finish in Paris that dashed Wales' Grand Slam hopes. They discuss what Irish players booked their Lions spot, CJ Stander's emotional goodbye and the upcoming PRO14 Final between Leinster and Munster.…
 
This week I invited another one of our Lions panellists Debbie Knight back to the pod to give us her latest selection and also of course to look ahead to the Six Nations finale at the weekend from an English point of view. Our Harpin match writeup for Scotland v Ireland > http://www.harpinonrugby.net/2021/03/scotland-24-ireland-27.html Our Harpin m…
 
Ireland vs England is so often the definitive game of the Six Nations but as we head into the final round of fixtures for this years tournament both sides find themselves playing for pride rather than titles after indifferent campaigns so far. England got themselves firmly back on track with a dogged win over tournament favourites France at Twicken…
 
Fergus is joined by Ronan O'Mahony and Chris Henry to look back on Ireland's narrow win over Scotland and discuss what it means for several players' Lions hopes. Also on House of Rugby Ireland, Springboks and Toulon star Eben Etzebeth joins the lads for a chat.Door JOE
 
This week we’re looking ahead to Sunday’s big Six Nations clash at Murrayfield so I welcomed Edinburgh & Scotland fan Sandy Smith back to the pod to give his thoughts on how Gregor Townsend will be preparing. Sandy is also representing his country on our Lions selector panel and he gave us his updated XV. Our Harpin match writeup for Ulster v Leins…
 
We round off the group stage by covering Ireland's convincing win over the Azzurri. Among an Italian leaving party, we discuss I Can't Believe It's Not Butter, impressive beards and we finally get a live reading of some Deacon Manu fanfiction. Thanks as always to Tom Rosenthal for our theme music. You can read NothingWasSimple's fanfiction via the …
 
The Six Nations return this weekend and all eyes will be on Twickenham for the clash between England and Grand Slam chasing France. Joining Brian to look ahead to that game and more is the former England back row and World Rugby Hall of Famer Maggie Alphonsi. They discuss the impressive performances of some of the players outside the England squad …
 
Eimear and Fergus are joined by Springbok star and 2019 World Rugby Player of the Year, Pieter-Steph du Toit. He talks to the gang about nearly losing a leg, The Rainbow Cup and the upcoming Lions Tour to (hopefully) South Africa. We also discuss those big inter-pro games and the big refereeing decisions that had an impact.…
 
This week we’re pressing on with our series of selections from our Lions panel, offering us his second round of choices is Ian Frizzell, who also brought his Ulster hat along to look ahead to Saturday evening's big interprovincial clash at the Kingspan. Our Harpin match writeup for Italy v Ireland... > http://www.harpinonrugby.net/2021/03/italy-10-…
 
We've just two rounds left to go in the 2021 Six Nations and Wales are in pole position to win a shock Grand Slam after beating England in an eventful game in Cardiff. Joining Brian to reflect on Englands defeat and more is the former London Irish and England wing Topsy Ojo. They start in Cardiff where England suffered their second defeat of the co…
 
Eimear, Ian and Fergus are back in the House of Rugby Ireland studio, the sun is shining and everyone is in great spirits. They discuss Ireland's six-try win over Italy, debuts for Craig Casey and Ryan Baird and Robbie Henshaw's Lions form. They are then joined by Ospreys and Wales star Scott Williams to look back on Wales' big win over England.…
 
We're back to talk about Wales' 66-0 win over Fiji. We get caught up in the joy of watching this fixture knowing Wales will win, the wonders of snoring, spam adverts, dreams, gender reveal parties and players' offspring. Thanks as always to Tom Rosenthal for our theme music. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
On this week’s pod I was joined by Mark Jackson who gave us his updated Lions selection, and naturally we couldn’t harp on that without bringing up how the Ireland squad is looking right now. He offered some great takes from a coach’s perspective on Garry Ringrose being underused, Andrew Porter’s versatility and our range of back row options among …
 
As Andy Farrell declines to make any personnel changes in squad ahead of Italy game, Hugh Cahill, Bernard Jackman, Donal Lenihan and Wes Liddy ask what is the style of play Ireland are looking to achieve. And in the week Dan Carter finally hung up his boots, Johnny Sexton raised questions about his own future.…
 
We're heading into midway of the Six Nations and it's favourites France and unfancied Wales who remain the only unbeaten sides in the competition. Joining Brian to preview the upcoming round of fixtures is former England centre Tom May. They begin by analysing England's underwhelming campaign so far and Tom expresses his concern over England's Sara…
 
Ireland head coach Andy Farrell is sticking with his big guns for Italy, and some exciting prospects miss out. On House of Rugby Ireland, Eimear and Fergus are joined by Leinster & Ireland hooker James Tracy to preview the Six Nations, look back on a winning weekend of PRO14 action and discuss Ian Madigan's short shorts.…
 
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