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While this thread is absolutely hopping during this rugby hiatus...I'd recommend 13 minutes to the moon.

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In the latest rug pod podcast with andy goode and BIG jim hamilton someone sent in this question.
Which would you rather be facing, 100 duck size billy vunipolas or one billy vunipola size duck? :lol:
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suisse wrote:
Ruckedtobits wrote:Yet another high-grade rugby discussion on the Molecast #25. Three lads who know their rugby and analyse the prospects and reports without bias. 50 mins plus of intelligent analysis without ego.
Big fan of the Molecast. If I had one recommendation, it would be for a slightly shorter pod. The guys are super knowledgeable but it was down to, say, 35-40 mins, the content would be unreal. I usually find that after the 40 minute mark I start to lose focus
Im fine with longer pods but Id like if they introduced themselves at the start. I havent a clue what their names are so when they reference someone by name I sometimes dont know if theyre talking about the other guys on the pod

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Twist wrote:
suisse wrote:
Ruckedtobits wrote:Yet another high-grade rugby discussion on the Molecast #25. Three lads who know their rugby and analyse the prospects and reports without bias. 50 mins plus of intelligent analysis without ego.
Big fan of the Molecast. If I had one recommendation, it would be for a slightly shorter pod. The guys are super knowledgeable but it was down to, say, 35-40 mins, the content would be unreal. I usually find that after the 40 minute mark I start to lose focus
Im fine with longer pods but Id like if they introduced themselves at the start. I havent a clue what their names are so when they reference someone by name I sometimes dont know if theyre talking about the other guys on the pod
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Who said that?

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Twist wrote:Who said that?
If anyone was to answer that, they would be a mole.
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Anyone listen to/read Three Red Kings? Obviously it's focussed on Munster but I find his stuff to be very good, in a Murray Kinsella-vein. Anyway, he's now doing pods on the other three provinces entitled 4PP. Worth a listen.

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suisse wrote:
Ruckedtobits wrote:Yet another high-grade rugby discussion on the Molecast #25. Three lads who know their rugby and analyse the prospects and reports without bias. 50 mins plus of intelligent analysis without ego.
Big fan of the Molecast. If I had one recommendation, it would be for a slightly shorter pod. The guys are super knowledgeable but it was down to, say, 35-40 mins, the content would be unreal. I usually find that after the 40 minute mark I start to lose focus
Ah lads - stop listening to this fella. It was fine as it was :-)
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Tides of History with Patrick Wyman is brilliant. Bounces a long at a fair auld clip and covers a lot of ground in an hour. Mostly focusedd on the emerging states of the late middle ages. Episodes on early banking, renaissance Italy and the Italian wars were brilliant.

Our Fake History delves into myths(epsidoe on Thesesus and the Minotaur is kind of mind blowing), tropes of history(Were the dark ages really the dark ages?) and actual history like who built the pyramids. If you like QI you'll like it.

Revolutions by Mike Duncan(History of Rome fame) covering various revolutions, I'm listening to series 3 which covers the lesser known mid 19th century revolutions in Europe(Hungary, France & Italy). He knows his craft.

Fall of civilisations is currently my favorite though it's like 1 a month. Covered the Bronze age collapse, the Sumerians, Vikings of Green land and a lot more.
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Just started listening to the "We have Ways of Making You Talk" podcast about WW 2.

https://play.acast.com/s/wehaveways


Really enjoying it and finding it really interesting.
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Interesting interview with Cheika on Second Captains this week, worth a listen*.

*Possibly subscriber only..
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Hippo wrote:Interesting interview with Cheika on Second Captains this week, worth a listen*.

*Possibly subscriber only..
Bit of a flex there from Hippo :D
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Peg Leg wrote:
Hippo wrote:Interesting interview with Cheika on Second Captains this week, worth a listen*.

*Possibly subscriber only..
Bit of a flex there from Hippo :D
Bit of a stretch there from Peg Leg :D
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