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Cause an Affect: a Thesis podcast, hosted by Ryan Buchanan, explores the human stories of entrepreneurs and change-makers who are causing a positive affect on their communities. There is a common set of values around the importance of equity that we all share on the podcast. These interviews dive deep into the formative experiences that helped shaped who they are today and go deep into their pathways to leadership!
 
Delving deep into the frozen tundra that is 'The World of Fitness', our aim is to use random discussion, questions, youtube audio clips, extremely low-brow humour and the odd serious moment of clarity, to provide listeners with an open source of BS-free information that can be utilised in order to go forth and build a sexually alluring body, which also functions well and feels good 24/7.
 
Alex Simmons & Jamie Jones-Buchanan meet the stars of the Rugby League, talking life on and off the pitch showcasing the personalities of the sport. Full audio from our TV shows as well as the "10 minutes with…” series will feature on this channel check out RugbyAM.co.uk for more info, thanks for listening!
 
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Our Great Coach on this episode is Sir Gordon Tietjens. Gordon is the former coach of the New Zealand men's national team in rugby sevens; the All Blacks Sevens. He started coaching the team in 1994 and had immediate success winning the Hong Kong 7’s. He then went on to win the 7’s world series on a record 12 times. Along the way the team also won …
 
Our Great Coach on this episode is Rodney Eade. Rodney is a four time premiership player in the Australian Football League. After retiring he started his coaching apprenticeship, and within 5 years was elevated into his first head coach role at the Sydney Swans, taking over from the legendary Ron Barassi in 1996 In his first year he took the time t…
 
Part Two of Out Of Your League Live from Seven Brothers Brewery & Taproom in Salford is a French rugby league special with Jerome Guisset. The former Catalans Dragons star gives a lowdown on the history of rugby league in France, the development of the club since joining Super League in 2006 & just how much a win in Saturday's Grand Final would do …
 
Our Great Coach on this episode is basketball coach, and former All-American point guard Pokey Chatman. Pokey started her coaching career as a student assistant in 1991 while finishing her degree at Louisiana state university. She then became an assistant coach, before becoming the teams head coach in 2004. As a head coach she had an immediate impa…
 
Former cruiserweight world champion boxer Tony Bellew is this week's guest on Out Of Your League. In an entertaining hour of conversation, Bellew reflects on his illustrious career in the ring, his post-retirement struggles & tells of his excitement ahead of attending his first ever rugby league match on Friday when St Helens take on Leeds Rhinos i…
 
Our Great Coach on this episode is Stuart Lancaster. Stuart played Rugby for Leeds and was the first player to reach 100 games for the club. He transitioned into coaching in 2000 initially leading youth teams until he was appointed Head Coach of Leeds in 2007. From there he moved into coaching ngland teams before being appointed England Head coach …
 
ORDER, ORDER!! Speaker of the House of Commons Sir Lindsay Hoyle is this week's guest on #OutOfYourLeague. Sir Lindsay discusses his love of rugby league and, in particular, his passion for Warrington Wolves, why more rugby league icons should receive honours & his role as Speaker, including hosting the G7 Speakers' Summit last week.…
 
Our Great Coach on this episode is Tom Ryan. Tom Ryan is a former All-American college wrestler, and now coach of the Ohio State Wrestling team. During his collegiate wrestling career, he was a member of the University of Iowa 1991 and 1992 NCAA and Big Ten championship teams. He became a Head Wrestling coach at Hofstra University in New York in 19…
 
After announcing his retirement from professional rugby league, Michael Shenton joins Will Perry & Mark Flanagan on #OutOfYourLeague this week. The Castleford Tigers & #SuperLeague legend looks back on his career, from humble beginnings playing street rugby with Rob Burrow in Townville to captaining the Tigers during one of the most successful eras…
 
Our Great Coach on this episode is John Buchanan. John started his coaching career in 1978 with minor county side Oldham in England. In his first year they won the league and cup double for the first time in 40 years. He then went on to coach the Queensland Bulls to 2 Sheffield Shields, the first the state had ever won in their 69 years in the comp…
 
Our Great Coach on this episode is pioneering Australian Rules Football coach, Peta Searle. Peta played football for ten years in the Victorian State Womens league, where she was named in the all Australian team three times. She then began her coaching career in 2005 with the Darebin Falcons and in 2006 she coached the first of her 5 successive pre…
 
It's a family affair on Out Of Your League this week as Leon & Will Pryce join Will Perry and Mark Flanagan. The pair discuss their father & son relationship, Leon reflects on his own career and how he hopes he can positively influence Will's career, Will chats about his first season in Super League & there's also a look ahead to Dacia Magic Weeken…
 
Our Great Coach on this episode is Frank Dick. Frank Dick is the current President of the European Athletics Coaches Association. From 1970 until 1979 he was Scottish National Athletics Coach. Then in 1979 he was appointed as the British Athletics Federation's Director of Coaching. In this position Frank led the British Athletics team into its "gol…
 
Our Great Coach on this episode is Bas Du Bruin. Bas is a Dutch paratriathlon coach. He started his coaching in the late 1990’s eventually becoming the coach of the National Para-triathlon team in 2013. At the 2016 Olympics the paratriathlon team won a gold and silver medal, Bas has also coached athletes who have won World and European championship…
 
Our Great Coach on this episode is Surf coach Andy King. Andy says he that started walking, talking and surfing all at the same time so it wasn’t surprising that he became a professional surfer in 1996. His career lasted for 8 years but then on a night out with his girlfriend and now wife, Nadene; he was hit from behind and fell to the round smashi…
 
Former Great Britain international & current head of performance at Warrington Wolves Ade Gardner joins Jon Wilkin & Mark Flanagan on Out Of Your League this week to discuss his brothers influence on his career, being part of that legendary Saints side alongside Jon, his transition into his current role at Warrington & how sports science and rugby …
 
Our Great Coach on this show is Briony Akle. Briony is a former professional netball players and now coach. Briony played for the New South Wales Swifts in the Australian Super Netball League and was part of their premiership team in 2001 and 2004. After retiring she transitioned into coaching, and progressed through roles with junior and senior re…
 
Our Great Coach on this episode is Brad Dubberley. Brad is the Australian wheelchair Rugby Head Coach and former player. Brad took up wheelchair rugby at the age of 14 as part of his rehabilitation process from an injury. Within a year he was representing Australia in a Test against New Zealand. He then won a silver medal as an athlete at the 2000 …
 
Our Great Coach on this episode is Australian Basketball coach, Rob Beveridge. Rob began coaching state representative sides at the age of 19. Over the next 27 years his career steadily progressed, with some of the key highlights being a Gold medal leading Australia at the World U20 Championships, a Paralympic silver medal, a Commonwealth Games gol…
 
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Ahead of Castleford Tigers' trip to Wembley on Saturday, head coach Daryl Powell joins Will Perry, Mark Flanagan & Jon Wilkin on Out Of Your League this week. Powell reflects on his coaching journey to date, including his eight-year tenure with the Tigers, looks ahead to his next challenge at Warrington Wolves & explains just how much it would mean…
 
Our Great Coach on this episode is Alan Smith. Alan is the former football manager of  Dulwich Hamlet,  Crystal Palace,  and Wycombe Wanderers. In 1994 Alan coached Crystal Palace to the Division One Championship and was also awarded the League Manager's Association ‘Championship Manager of the Year’. In 1995, he led the team to the semifinals of b…
 
Our Great Coach on this episode is Olympic Gold medal winning coach Tim Walsh. Tim is a coach with a deep passion for learning and development, and in this interview, you will hear how he used this to transform a group of athletes from different sports into an Olympic Gold medal winning team that changed the way people think about female participat…
 
Catalans Dragons & England full-back Sam Tomkins joins Will Perry, Mark Flanagan & Jon Wilkin on Out Of Your League this week. From Wigan, to the NRL & now Catalans, the three-time Grand Final winner discusses his rugby league journey to date, his relationship with Shaun Wane & how he's dealt with criticism throughout his career.…
 
Our Great Coach on this episode is Basketball coach Felisha Legette-Jack. Felisha graduated from Syracuse in 1989 as the all-time leader for points and rebounds. She transitioned quickly into coaching and in 2002 was appointed Head Coach at Hofstra University. In 2006 she became the Head Coach of Indiana University in the Big Ten conference. During…
 
Our Great Coach on this episode is Mark Robinson. Mark is a former English cricketer, who played for three different English counties; Northamptonshire, Yorkshire, and Sussex. He served as the coach of Sussex from 2005 to 2015 leading them to 2 county cricket championships. During this time he also coached English youth cricket teams. In 2015 he be…
 
Our Great Coach on this episode is Dr David Parkin (OAM) who is a former coach, and former player in the Australian Football League. David played 211 games for the Hawthorn Football Club captaining the club from 1969–1973, and was a part of their 1971 premiership winning side. He started coaching with his old side in 1976, leading them to a premier…
 
Our Great Coach on this episode is Valorie Kondos Field. Valerie, or Miss Val as she's more affectionately known, was the head of coach of the UCLA Gymnastics team from 1991 to 2019, leading the team to 7 national and 18 Pac 12 Championships. She was voted NCAA Coach of the Year four times by her peers and in 2016 was voted the Coach of the Century…
 
Our Great Coach on this episode is Thomas Frank Thomas is the Head Coach of Brentford FC in the English Football League Championship. He started his career coaching youth teams in Denmark. His success with the National Under 17 team led to his first senior appointment with Brondby in the Danish Superliga in 2013. He turned their performance around …
 
Our Great Coach on this episode is NBA coach Jenny Boucek. Jenny is a former WNBA player, Assistant Coach and Head Coach. The first person to hold all 3 roles in the league’s history. She began her coaching career in the WNBA during the 1999 season as an assistant with the Washington Mystics. In 2000, she joined the Miami Sol, also as an assistant …
 
Our Great Coach on this episode is Heyneke Meyer. Heyneke is a South African rugby coach. He started his coaching career in 1988 and by 1998, was a Head Coach for the South Western Districts Eagles. From the 2000 until 2007 he coached the Blue Bulls, and in that time the team won the South African championship 4 times. He also coached the South Afr…
 
Our Great Coach on this episode is Mirel Rădoi. Mirel was the former captain and now Head Coach of the Romanian National Football team. He retired in 2015 and was immediately appointed as head coach of his old side FCSB. He was sacked because of the sides under-performance however in 2018 he was appointed coach of the Romanian under-21 side, and le…
 
Our Great Coach on this episode is the coach of the Italy National Football team, Roberto Mancini. We were lucky enough to get a few minutes with Roberto as he prepares the Italian National team for the 2021 European Football Championship. Roberto had a successful playing career winning the Serie A, Coppa Italia and the European Cup with both Sampd…
 
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