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Football, football, we all love the football - and, boy, do we need it more than ever now! To take you through a season like no other, Mark Pougatch teams up with Crystal Palace winger Andros Townsend for a fortnightly look at the major talking points in the domestic and international game - with all the unique insight a current player at the top level can provide. Expect big name guests, honest, razor-sharp analysis and a plethora of dressing room yarns. Get subscribing now!
 
ITV Pridecast is the podcast about all things LGBT+ brought to you by ITV. Join Liam McConkey where he speaks to people from across the community and finds out where they are on their journey. As well as that, listen for all the latest LGBT+ news, events, and the things that matter to you.
 
Daniel Hewitt and Shehab Khan from the ITV News politics team chew through the week's big UK political stories and give Political Editor Robert Peston a call from wherever he is to get his take on it all. We'll also be talking to special guests from the world of politics and beyond - and hear from ITV's political correspondents based around the country to find out what's happening beyond the Westminster bubble.
 
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Founded in 1998 by Tracy Swedlow, InteractiveTV Today ITVT - http://www.itvt.com - is the most widely read and trusted news source on the rapidly emerging medium of multiplatform, networked, broadband interactive television. We provide concise, original coverage of industry developments, technologies, content projects, and the people building the business. Our readership ismostly made up of executives (30,000 to 60,000) in over 150 countries. We also provide live events and an industry resou ...
 
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Last time out, we were talking fish tacos with Rishi Persad ahead of the Breeders' Cup; now, we turn our attention to the National Hunt season for the first time in earnest in the company of Richard Hoiles, Jane Mangan, Andrew Thornton and Patrick Mullins. The team are also joined by Paddy Power, trainer Christian Williams and John Domerdy (who is …
 
With ITV covering the Breeders Cup live for the very first time, Richard Hoiles and Jane Mangan preview all the action from Del Mar in San Diego in the company of Jason Weaver and Rishi Persad. They hear from Craig Dado - chief marketing officer at the Californian track - who paints a wonderful picture of what we can expect from the event. The team…
 
Happy Bi-visibility Day! In this episode, Simon Callisto joins Liam to host the show. They speak to Jen Yockney MBE, one of the UK's most prominent bisexual activists. She tells them why celebrating Bi-Visibility Day on 23rd September is so important and why she has spent over 25 years campaigning for the rights of bi-people. Links: Bisexual suppor…
 
Ahead of the final Classic of the season, trainer Johnny Murtagh joins Richard Hoiles and Jane Mangan to assess the chances of Ottoman Emperor in the Cazoo St Leger. He also previews a big weekend of racing in Ireland and Leopardstown and the Curragh. ITV's Matt Chapman also guests, offering his unique take on the big races at Doncaster.…
 
Ahead of the wonderful four-day meeting in York, Richard Hoiles, Jane Mangan and Oli Bell preview all the showpiece races - hopefully picking out a few winners for you along the way. They're also joined by jockey David Probert - a fellow in a cracking form - who assesses the chances of his mounts at the festival and reflects upon what's been an exc…
 
Keir Starmer sat down with Robert Peston and Daniel Hewitt for a special interview to mark the podcast's 100th episode - this one really is a must listen. This will be the last episode for a while as we take a break for Parliamentary recess. Remember to like, subscribe and rate us five stars!Bởi ITV News
 
So, friends, that's it for another Tour de France - and what a memorable one it's been. Wout van Aert joined a super-exclusive club of riders to have won a mountain stage, a time trial and a sprint with victory on the Champs, Mark Cavendish did a Lazarus to claim four stages and the green jersey, and Tadeg Pogacar confirmed what we all were startin…
 
Age: 22; starts: 2; wins: 2. It seems that 2 is indeed the magic number for Tadeg Pogacar, who is set to retain his Tour de France crown having finished seventh in the penultimate stage time trial. For the record, the prodigiously talented Wout van Aert took the spoils. Pogacar will officially win the yellow jersey after Sunday's final stage to Par…
 
It was an emotional outing for stage winner Matej Mohoric, who made his feelings known about the well-documented police raid on the Bahrain-Victorious team hotel on finishing first in Libourne. His zipping-of-the-mouth gesture as he crossed the line recalled that of the disgraced Lance Armstrong back in 2004, and has thus divided opinion in the cou…
 
Daniel and Robert discuss the lifting of coronavirus restrictions and how rising cases will mean more and more people are forced to self-isolate. Plus Great British Bake Off star Prue Leith on how to tackle obesity. Remember to like, subscribe and rate us five stars!Bởi ITV News
 
On a day that Tadeg Pogacar once again showed everyone who’s boss, Ned, Chris, Matt, David and Pete discuss the vagaries of the King Of The Mountains competition, which Pogacar also claimed with his victory in Luz Ardiden, such is the weighting of points towards the big climbs. The Slovenian is now likely to arrive in Paris on Sunday's processional…
 
A largely uneventful day's racing culminated in fine style, as new best friends Tadeg Pogacar and Jonas Vingegaard combined forces to see off a sneaky Richard Carapaz on the brutal final climb on the Col du Portet. Carapaz slipstreamed his rivals all the way up the mountain, then made a dashing thrust for victory a few hundred metres from the line.…
 
... by which we mean, Austria's Patrick Konrad, who won a thrilling victory in Saint-Gaudens. Hence, Paddy's Day. And, appropriately enough, Ned, Pete, David and Matt spend a fair bit of the pod discussing the race for Green, with the latter in particular having a wonderfully speculative hypothesis as to how Cav could lose it. The lads also doff th…
 
It just wasn't to be, following yet another shootout that went awry for England. Mark Pougatch and Andros Townsend are joined by Gary Neville and Nigel De Jong reflect on what went wrong for Gareth Southgate's men, and assess where the team is at looking ahead to next year's World Cup in Qatar.Bởi ITV Sport
 
... well, actually Sepp Kuss didn't chase it down, but rather broke away on the final climb in the Pyrenees to become the first American to win a stage of the Tour since Tyler Farrar in 2011. Fittingly, Andorra is the country in which he resides, too. Ned Boulting, David Millar, Chris Boardman, Matt Rendell and Pete Kennaugh reflect - and also lame…
 
On the day that Bauke Mollema claimed a fine solo victory in Quillan, Ned, David, Pete, Matt and Chris spend much of the podcast coming up with bizarre alter egos, and reflecting upon some of the less imaginative nicknames for riders on the Tour. The also ask whether anyone can pose a late challenge to Tadeg Pogacar as the race moves towards its fi…
 
Well, he's only gone and done it. In defiance of all expectations prior to the 2021 Tour, Mark Cavendish equalled Eddic Merckx's stage victory record with a typically gutsy and audacious ride on between Nimes and Carcassonne. It's worth listening to this pod for his interview alone, not to mention the musings about mythology and legend from Ned, Ma…
 
In a largely quiet day's racing, German Nils Politt cruised to victory in Nimes having launched a superb late attack from strong group of riders containing current world champion Julian Alaphilippe, and Imanol Erviti and Harry Sweeny - who finished second and third respectively. The force of nature that is Tadej Pogcacar retained yellow. Ned Boulti…
 
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