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1987. The very first Rugby World Cup. Before fly-halves had discovered kicking for a purpose. Before forwards discovered lifting in line-outs. Before fullbacks discovered catching. A try is worth four points, for Christ's sake. Join the idiot behind rugby's most popular YouTube channel and a nerdy rugby writer 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 opt-out informa ...
 
What's the greatest Beatles song of all time? We think there's only one way to find out - by pitting every Beatles song against each other in the ultimate winner-takes-all tournament! Join Jono, Rob and special guests as they progress through the rounds robins, knockouts, and finals to find the ultimate Beatles song. It won't be easy, it will be contentious, but one thing's for sure - no song is safe... Not even your favourite.
 
Join Ron and Adam as they explore the world of rugby from the vantage point of their bicycles on a 45,000 km fundraising ride between Rugby World Cups. The boys will share their tales from the road and have conversations with characters of the game, discussing how rugby has impacted their lives and insights about what makes rugby unique in their country.
 
The USMNT is a delightful bunch of misfits that will warm and break your heart. Follow the highs and lows as the US builds a new team and soccer identity to try and qualify for the 2022 World Cup. We release a show before and after every single USMNT game, along with special episodes like “The Peeps” (our yearly awards show) and the occasional interview with friends and soccer experts. For big matches, we record live on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCf-JqbdLCVPbHF8DyAaWY4w) right ...
 
Hip Hop World Cup is the podcast that pits golden-age hip-hop albums against each other in a contest to find the ultimate champion! In each episode, we pick albums from hip-hop’s golden age (1988-1996) to battle each other in head-to-head matches. We debate them and vote for our favourite, and the winner is awarded the coveted Hip Hop World Cup tie and blazer badge combination pack. Join life-long hip-hop fans Danny, Steve and James as they deep-dive into the most beloved rap albums of the 1 ...
 
Francis Leach and Tony Wilson are off to their fourth World Cup, this time in Russia! Re-live the World Cup day by day held behind the Putin Curtain, interviews with fans and whatever else you might expect from a normal day in Russia. World Cup Road Trip is produced by Nearly Media. www.nearly.com.au/worldcup Artwork by Studio Baker Music by George Parker-Brien
 
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Startup World Cup is a series of global startup conferences and competitions, powered by Pegasus Tech Ventures. It consists of 40+ regional startup competitions in more than 20 different countries around the world, leading up to the Grand Finale in Silicon Valley. The top startups from each regional event will fly out to the USA to compete for a $1,000,000 prize.
 
Football and politics have been inseparable since the sports' creation, but how do they interact in the modern world? And what happens when countries with different domestic and international agendas meet in the ultimate clash of nation v nation conflict... the World Cup?! Starting with the Russia 2018 World Cup, Awful Commentary brings you: 'Who Watches The World Cup?' a podcast about the intersection of football and politics that aims to predict the results of matches through both the team ...
 
Every journey to the World Cup starts the same way — with a dream. This summer players from around the world will descend on Russia to compete for soccer’s ultimate prize, and The Players’ Tribune will spotlight both them and the dreams they are living in an expansive audio series that brings the World Cup to life via 24 exclusive interviews in 10 different languages. Some of the most talented athletes in the game will narrate their own personal journeys to Russia. With 20 of the 32 particip ...
 
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After a small faff finding footage of the game, we turn to Ireland's 32-9 win over Tonga from the 1987 Rugby World Cup. We also talk about Glastonbury, Waluigi and a Tongan fullback who found himself in a jungle. Thanks as always to Tom Rosenthal for our theme music. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
A mad mix of songs have come out of the box, as four more random Beatles tracks contend to become the Greatest of All Time. In play this week are Baby It's You, Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da, Slow Down & Lady Madonna. One of these songs completely divides us, though it might not be the one you think....Autor: The Beatles World Cup
 
The last time we heard from Ron and Adam was from the French Embassy in Cambodia. They fill us in on their cycle from there to Thailand, where they arrived to quite a lot of rain, high humidity levels and delicious food! They continue to meet amazing people, stay in cool places (including a place that has its own driving range) and explore new cycl…
 
Ty and Clayton get together to discuss all in this THRILLER of a WTP HIGHLIGHT FILLED friendly match against WORD CUP COMPETITION. Rough day for Joe Scally? Yeah. Amazing running style by the physio? Absolutely. Sholaces caught on cletes? How has this not already happened? All this and MUCH MUCH MORE on today's episode of WE THE PEEPS. Rate and rev…
 
Linebreak Rugby's Sav is back on the pod to help us through one of the duller games of the 1987 Rugby World Cup. We get the game out of the way so we can talk Gareth Chilcott, historians, church marketing strategies and breakfast cereals. Thanks to Sav (@LinebreakRugby on Twitter) for joining us once again. Thanks also to Tom Rosenthal for our them…
 
It's the battle of the Revolvers this week, as I'm Only Sleeping takes on And Your Bird Can Sing, with Chains and Sexy Sadie in the mix as well. Along the way, we'll identify a hidden yawn, discuss a blatant lyric ripoff, and ponder whether one of the songs is about Frank Sinatra or a wind-up clock. It's that kind of week.…
 
Grav from Ruck 'n' Roll joins the podcast to discuss Wales' 40-9 win over Canada from 1987. We revisit talk of bears, 10-man scrums and SuperNumber8s. We also converse about sliced bread, Mazdas, Batman and The Muppets. Thanks to Grav (@RnRRugby on Twitter) for joining us. You can listen to the Ruck 'n' Roll podcast on all good pod providers. Thank…
 
Melancholy, Acid, financial bitterness and 'Pepper Lite' this week, as Golden Slumbers, She Said She Said, Taxman & Magical Mystery Tour enter on stage and present their cases for going through to the next round. If you hadn't had your fill of John Lewis Christmas ad chat, this is your week.Autor: The Beatles World Cup
 
Ty and Clayton get together to discuss all in this NOT SO BAD PRETTY SOLID performance by the NATS. Did Pulisic take it too far with his comments? Is Weah or is Weah NOT Juninho right now? Who made the best (and worst) introduction to the NATS? All this and much much more on todays WE THE PEEPS. Rate and review on iTunes, which helps us show up whe…
 
Chris Mastaglio is the ChildFund Sport for Development Director and has worked to bring together sports and social impact through ChildFund Rugby. Ron and Adam were able to catch up with him in Phnom Penh where he shares a bit about his rugby story and how his team has partnered to use sport to deliver a positive social impact. He chats about how C…
 
You join us as we revisit France's record-breaking 70-12 win over Zimbabwe in 1987. In a desperate plea not to talk about the game, we discuss Steven Spielberg, tobacco farming and Birmingham New Street. We also discover our new talents as detectives, and briefly visit another universe. Thanks as always to Tom Rosenthal for our theme music. See aca…
 
Ty and Clayton get together to discuss all in this latest rasta! Who is Malik Tilman?? What rapper would each nat be? What if there is no box?? All this and much much more on today's episode of the WE THE PEEPS. Rate and review on iTunes, which helps us show up when people search for “Soccer”: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/we-people-usmnt-soc…
 
Adam Jenkins of Linebreak Rugby and The Dummy Runner returns to the pod to pour over Scotland's win over Romania from 1987. While gushing over Bill McLaren, we talk Napoleon Dynamite, Spider-Man and the prophecy of Jonny Wilkinson. Thanks to Adam for joining us. You can follow him at @dummy_runner on Twitter for satirical rugby news, or @LinebreakR…
 
Ron & Adam come to us from the French Embassy in Cambodia where they were offered a place to stay for 2 nights. They fill us in on their last 20 days from mid-Vietnam up into Phnom Penh. As usual, they have met incredible people but on top of that, they have had the privilege of joining cycle groups and playing more rugby with the coaches & players…
 
This week, we are here to talk about New Zealand's final pool match of the 1987 tournament, in which they convincingly topped Los Pumas. We talk skydiving, pre-match scandals, emergency scrum-halves and certain other guests who take the field. Thanks as always to Tom Rosenthal for our theme music. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out infor…
 
We're taking to the skies this week, as Heat 25 brings another eclectic mix of Beatles tracks together in our quest to find the greatest of all time. Will Flying fly or crash and burn? Do we say 'Thank You' or 'No, Thank You Girl'? Is You Know My Name (Look Up The Number) disconnected? Can we take The Word at its word?? So many questions - only one…
 
This week we focus on England's 60-7 victory over Japan from the 1987 World Cup, with particular focus on Burglar Bill, Stein Lager and Mark Ella's questionable commentary. We also talk about popcorn, Star Wars and Depeche Mode. Thanks to Tom Rosenthal for our theme music. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Draft Rugby's Harry and Nelson Dale return to the pod to talk about Australia battering a dropgoal-happy tier two nation in 1987. We also chat about Owen Wilson, Apocalypse Now, the philosophy of law and celebrity lifeguards. Robbie also starts his first ever YouTube beef! Thanks to Harry (@harrisondale88 on Twitter) and Nelson (@Nelsonhdale) for j…
 
Ron & Adam chat to Ann Huong, who has worked with Child Fund Rugby since 2015. She tells us a bit more about what Child Fund is about and how they are able to use sport for development in her community. Rugby is a sport that is so inclusive and Child Fund is proving that all countries, genders and cultures can join in this game. They are active in …
 
ILL BISKITS ‘CHRONICLE OF TWO LOSERS’ (1996) vs CAPITAL TAX ‘THE SWOLL PACKAGE’ (1993) In the first episode of series 2, two lesser-known 1990s rap albums step in the arena! It’s a voyage of discovery for Danny, James and Steve, who are checking these slept-on LPs for the very first time. They went under the boys’ radars in the 90s, but can they im…
 
Adam and Ron find themselves in on a beach Vietnam with some time to fill us in on their journey since leaving Awaji Island, Japan. Along the way, they have met interesting people, been offered cool drinks and money for food while being surrounded with kindness, despite language barriers. Their stories also include becoming one with the elements, l…
 
What a rollercoaster. We talk about Italy's win over Fiji in the 1987 World Cup, with extra chat of qualification. We also talk Beyoncé, Charlie Chaplin, weird commentary and introduce a new section of the podcast, entitled "Bloody SuperBoot Story Time". Robbie also loses his mind at one point. Thanks as always to Tom Rosenthal for our theme music.…
 
Ron and Adam catch up with Jesse Kriel, South African born rugby player who is currently playing for the Canons Eagles Rugby Club in Tokyo, Japan. Ron and Adam were privileged to watch one of Jesse's rugby matches in Tokyo where they were able to leave their fully loaded touring bicycles outside the stadium and watch the game. Jesse fills them in o…
 
Squidge and Will are back after both catching covid, to watch France tear the USA apart in the Rugby World Cup of 1987. In a hectic episode, we also discuss Tony Hawk's Pro Skater, Jim Broadbent, crumpets, modern marriage in New Zealand and Justin Bieber. We also give an update on all the money in the world. Thanks as always for Tom Rosenthal for o…
 
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