Episode 31 (21 July 2021 - Barrie McDermott sits in for Stevo)
Eddie & Stevo The Podcast
A special guest joins Eddie this week to talk through the latest rugby league news - Sky Sports very own Barrie McDermott. The pair chat about the Challenge Cup Final win for St. Helens, the World Cup and they'll whet your apetite with talk of the brilliant Super League fixtures still to be played.
An absolute honour to have Barrie Mcdermott on the ‘Power of life’ podcast - thanks so much - happy listening everyone this is an excellent insight to a hall of fame sports legend from his playing days to now, and a small insight to the charity work he does for MNDA and Rob Burrows
We are joined by rugby league legend and Sky TV commentator Barrie McDermott. The former prop talks to us about his playing days - his emergence at Oldham, his year at Wigan, his time at Leeds, his experiences for Great Britain and for Ireland. He also talks about his 'notorious' hard-man reputation, overcoming his disability, the opportunity he had to play in the NRL, his work for Sky and his thoughts on the 2021 Super league season.
GP Special: Barrie McDermott reviews Super League's return
Golden Point Podcast
On this special edition of the Golden Point, Sky Sports rugby league Barrie McDermott joins Marc Bazeley to give his views on a thrilling return to action for Super League as St Helens beat Catalans Dragons and Leeds Rhinos produced a thrilling comeback to defeat Huddersfield Giants.
In Episode 10, Rob and Danny spend time chatting to former Leeds and Great Britain forward, Head of Youth and now Sky Sports Rugby league summariser Barrie McDermott.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In episode #033, Stevie is joined by former professional rugby league player and Sky Sports pundit, Barrie McDermott. Barrie has been at the very top of British Rugby League for more than two decades. Starring for Oldham, Wigan and Leeds and earning caps for England, Ireland and Great Britain. He is often described as one of rugby's hardest men. After his playing career, Barrie initially worked in a community role at Leeds Rhinos before joining the Leeds coaching setup as Head of Youth Development. This is where Stevie and Barrie first crossed paths and Barrie would eventually coach Stevie in the academy team. Throughout the podcast, they talk about the mental toughness required to be a professional athlete, along with anecdotes about how Stevie grew up playing the game under Barrie's tutelage, dealing with injuries, Barrie's tragic accident causing him to lose an eye at 15 years old, the pressure of Sky Sports commentary and what it's actually like. Support the work we do by visiting Patreon: patreon.com/mantality Sponsored by Morris Infrastructure: https://www.morrisig.co.uk/
My special guest is Barrie McDermott. Barrie is a legend of English Rugby League with his 16 year professional career including 367 first grade games for Leeds, Widnes, Wigan and Oldham. He was known as an enforcer on the field and he is capped 15 times for Great Britain while post sport he is a noted commentator with Sky Sports and supports a number of foundations in the community including the Steve Prescott Foundation and the Jane Tomlinson Appeal. Follow Barrie at https://twitter.com/rlbarriemc10 For full episode guides and show notes please visit www.talkingwithtk.com and get in contact with me at firstname.lastname@example.org Connect with me on social media on the links below https://www.facebook.com/talkingwithtk/ https://twitter.com/talkingwithtk https://www.instagram.com/tristanknell/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Six Till Eight Debate with Oli Holmes and Jy Hitchcox
Barrie's gonna get youuu... One of the toughest men in the history of Super League, and now a key member of the Sky Sports RL team, Barrie McDermott joins the lads in the studio for to chat rugby league! The semi-finals look exciting as we await to see who is off to Old Trafford, the Million Pound Game will see the return of London to the top flight or the berth of Toronto into the elite. BUT for every positive there's a sour negative and Leigh have nine players for the Shield final... NINE. Barrie chats about the development of the sport including participation and the what players need to do when their careers are done. All that and so much more on the #SixTillEightDebate.
Turf Business caught up with former internationals Darren Gough & Barrie Mcdermott at SALTEX 2016 and got their views on why Groundsman are so important to elite sport. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.