David Flatman is joined by a stellar array of guests from the ITV punditry team to guide you through the 2023 World Cup in France in a series of special podcast...
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Fijians Star In Day Of The Jackal
As everyone's favourite second team revive their World Cup hopes with victory against Australia, Flats & Shanks speak to Fiji's most capped player and record points scorer, Nicky Little. We also hear from Ugo Monye and Shane Williams, and Dave and Tom pick their Team Of The Round.
A Rugby World Cup BODCAST!
The great Brian O'Driscoll joins Flats on presenting detail (as Shanks takes a well-earned rest) to reflect on the first weekend of action and look ahead to round two. Benjamin Keyser discuss his beloved France, Philiippa Tuttiett provides our customary Welsh angle, and we head inside Camp Italia to speak to Big Dave Sisi.
It’s a game of cards as England come up trumps, Wales follow suit and brave Scotland fold
David is joined by his old chum Shanks to digest the first round of matches at France 2023, which were not short of thrills, skills and controversy. Our regular stats guru Ross Hamilton serves up some corking intel on the home nations, and we get the thoughts of Maggie Alphonsi and Bryan Habana on the action. The fellas also select their now legendary team of the round.
Allez, Allez, Allez, Oi, Oi, Oi!
It's all systems go for the Rugby World Cup 2023, as Flats is joined by his old mate Shanks to preview the action in France. Joining the fellas for our first show of the tournament are stats guru Ross Hamilton, Gordon D'Arcy & Greig Laidlaw, both of whom are part of ITV's team for our live and exclusive coverage of every single match. We cannot wait!
Flats That For 2021, Shanks For The Memories
In a bonus pod to tie up the loose end that was France v Scotland, the lads reflect upon the magnificent last-ditch win for Gregor Townsend's men. It was a game that put a big smile on Tommy's face - even if he is decidedly unamused by Finn Russell's red card. They pick their Team Of The Championship, and cast an eye ahead to the Lions' tour of South Africa.