Episode 1383: Joe Drops It Off To Henshaaawwww, Sergio Ramos Series, Frances Murphy’s TV Guide, 80’s Super Bowl Party
With the Six Nations, the Super Bowl, Premier League, hurling league, and football league all on, this might be the best TV weekend of the year – but Ken has his eye on something a little more off the beaten track – a new documentary featuring…. Sergio Ramos.
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Joe Schmidt has surprised everyone by opting for Robbie Henshaw at fullback. Mattie Williams explains why this is so unlike Joe, wonders why Ireland are trying it this close to a World Cup, and looks at what it might mean for Rob Kearney.
An Ireland-England composite pre-match XV, because I know how much you all LOVE these. I will say, though, this is probably the best composite XV doing the rounds so… https://t.co/NuXEVxCz7Q
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Murph’s Ma guides us once again with a special extended episode of “Frances Murphy’s TV Guide to the Sporting Weekend”.
Plus there’s the poshest man in Irish rugby, screengrab career killers, Dickie Rock, and we get Myles Dungan’s (the face of RTE’s 1980’s NFL coverage) Super Bowl prediction.
Still the strangest bit of television sports analysis I’ve come across..
“What are you doing these days yourself Dickie?” (1986) pic.twitter.com/3JNUDN5YMq
— KillianM2 TV Archive (@KillianM2) January 26, 2019
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How to explain two days of Premier League upsets? Is it that when the temperature dips below freezing, football reverts to being a random outcome generator?
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We have a Royal in studio today (no not Mick Lyons) for our #6Nations (no not King Henry either) preview
We chat to RWC and Grand Slam winner Mike Tindall about England’s need for variety, and what Ireland need to change in order to win a World Cup
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The Six Nations starts this weekend so very excited to have Nenagh/Shannon/Munster/Ireland/Racing92 second row/geologist, and friend of the show, @DonnachaRyan, into studiohttps://t.co/1xc19lznke pic.twitter.com/uyjtrkHxnp
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