Podcast: Episode 151 – The Great Game

Cammy, Iain and John discuss the Lions coach announcements, preview Scotland Women’s game against Italy, and speak to journalist Richard Bath and filmmaker Magnus Wake who are crowdfunding to make documentary about the very first International Rugby match, which took place at Raeburn Place 150 years ago this year.

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The petition to screen live Women’s international rugby on the BBC in place of repeats of Flog It and Bargain Hunt can be found here: https://www.change.org/p/bbc-for-women-s-rugby-and-other-women-s-sport-to-be-shown-on-the-bbc

As mentioned on the podcast last night you can use the following handy tool to compare the performance of different players by position based on their Six Nations stats The 2021 Lions lineup: Settle the debate with this tool (contenthubble.com)

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We’ve already put out exclusive podcasts on eligibility, the possibility of a third Scottish pro team and the history of Sevens and the early stages of rugby in the Scottish Borders.

We’ve also started putting out edited versions of the podcast on our Patreon feed for people who prefer a shorter version of the podcast.

Become a Patron!

You can also visit our Redbubble store for exclusive Scottish Rugby inspired designs including our range of “Better Call Sole” merchandise…

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Born a Souter but brought up just south of the Border in Berwick where he played for Berwick RFC as a kid any any position where cover was needed.
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2 comments on “Podcast: Episode 151 – The Great Game

  1. Eleanor on

    Thanks for mentioning the women’s game TV scheduling in the pod. If anyone wants to contact the BBC direct about the BBC Scotland channel having nothing on at 5 pm on Saturday (isn’t this sort of thing part of the reason for launching a separate Scotland channel) then they replied to a tweet of mine to say to comment via https://www.bbc.co.uk/contact/enquiryform. A couple of ‘do these answer your question’ FAQ pages later did navigate to an actual contact form. Obviously BBC1 or BBC2 would be even better but they are showing the finals day match on BBC Scotland and can’t understand why this game couldn’t be on there too so it would at least be on Freeview and more accessible to people without smart TVs

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