Story Time 61 – Shane Warne's "sparkling green eyes and glittery grin"
The Final Word Cricket Podcast
It's Story Time, our weekly walk through cricket history via your listener quiz challenges. Today: what could be better than Shane Warne describing Shane Warne? You're in for a treat. Also, Norcross is back for another appearance, and going rogue with possible solutions once again. We remember one of South Africa's least enjoyable days, look at the biggest near-misses you can hope to find, locate the very best at a certain position, and try to figure out how a different player had a career at all. All new numbers this week, back to regular operations as of next weekend. Your new Nerd Pledge numbers:1.92 - Max Hanlon & Max Gillespie4.31 - George Pearson1.00 - Shaun Tunza Ton1.55 - Ian Wolstenhome14.00 - Jon Lansdell5.20 - Grant Cartledge7.56 - Graham HartleySend us a Nerd Pledge at patreon.com/thefinalwordFind other episodes at finalwordcricket.com Get 20% off Woodstock kit with code TFW20 at woodstockcricket.co.ukGet 44% off a Wisden Cricket Monthly subscription at bit.ly/wcmtfwCheck out Brick Lane at bricklanebrewing.comThe Final Word is part of the Bad Producer Podcast NetworkTitle track by Urthboy See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
‘He made you believe the impossible’: Gideon Haigh on Shane Warne
81 All Out - A Cricket Podcast
Click here to support 81allout on Ko-Fi We celebrate the 100th episode of the 81allout podcast with an illuminating conversation with Gideon Haigh - the gold standard when it comes to cricket writing. We could have spoken to Gideon about anything – cricket or otherwise - but we chose to focus on his brilliant book On Warne - a remarkably original take on a remarkably original cricketer. Gideon talks about Warne's ability to "make the unscripted look scripted" and why he was such a joy to write about. (PSA: We will be donating all your contributions till the end of June towards Covid relief in India. We plan to match your contributions upto $800) Talking Points: Writing a book in 31 days Warne coming along at the 'perfect time' Would a cricketer like Warne have succeeded in the 1970s? The SSC Test in 1993 - when Warne found himself in international cricket The ball of the century - and the perfection of timing The theatre of Warne - and the art of manipulating everyone around him Warne and the media - a never-ending saga The post-retirement phase in Warne's life How the Warne legend is likely to endure Participants: Gideon Haigh Siddhartha Vaidyanathan (@sidvee) Mahesh Sethuraman (@cornerd) Related: The man who became legspin - Gideon Haigh - ESPNcricinfo; The ball of the century - cricket.com.au; 'We dominated for over four days but lost in half a session' - ESPNcricinfo on the 1993 Sri Lanka v Australia Test in Colombo; Hits and myths of Shane Warne, a suburban hero - Gideon Haigh - The Australian; Legspin masterclass with Shane Warne - Cricket Masterclass video; 281-degree panorama - Shane Warne on VVS Laxman's 281 in Kolkata in 2001 - The Cricket Monthly Books discussed: No Spin: My Autobiography - Shane Warne; The Vincibles - Gideon Haigh; Mystery Spinner: The story of Jack Iverson - Gideon Haigh; Stroke of Genius: Victor Trumper and the Shot that Changed Cricket - Gideon Haigh; Crossing the Line - Gideon Haigh
Have you ever thought about giving up your corporate job and going after your passion? Shane Warne (not the cricket player, the personal trainer this time) dared to go on this journey and shared his experience on different ways to get rewarded, his learning about how to motivate people and the effects of technology on our day to day life. Twitter: @davewith7 and @michaellobb Instagram: @shanewarnehealth Teamscal: https://teamscal.com One Bright Cloud: https://onebrightcloud.com.au
72. Shane Warne & Andrew Symonds - The Mics Are Still On Boys
We Got The Chocolates
We review the break, trips to Adelaide to contribute nothing for West Torrens in the SACA competition, the Covid test and Andrew Gode starts the new year off with a joke. The Brisbane Heat Facebook page provides a lot of 'Social Sin Bin' candidates, as does the Marnus Labuschagne on air critique that involves Shane Warne, Andrew Symonds, Tim Paine and Matthew Wade. It also cost us our place in the Instagram network which is mildly inconvenient... and by that we mean, pretty rough actually. Donald Trump supporters also spend some time in the bin by the way. We hear a story from Brad Murphy on part two of 'Gode's Guests' about an Egyptain Tennis Ball cricketer and why he invited Brad to his wedding. Gode blasts the opener for his segment. Our friend Trent had no idea that "Air Quotes" actually had a "How To" guide and he has been misusing them for most of his life. We are off instagram as you will hear but you can get in touch and explore our other episodes and content at our website. You should also check out the Alchemy Cordial Company website. Delightful refreshment options. Use the code WGTC10 at the checkout for a discount.
Shane Warne wants Juddy to regrow his hair!, Browny is using songs again, Chris Fagan - The Friday Huddle Catch Up podcast - Friday 2nd October 2020
Triple M Rocks Footy AFL
1) Browny's haircut, and Instagram post2) Juddy might regrow his hair?3) Shane Warne wants to recruit Juddy to Advanced Hair!4) Brisbane Coach Chris Fagan5) Chris Scott slams criticism of Geelong's finals form6) Judge Juddy7) Cult Hero of the Week - Simon Black8) Darce's win9) Browny's Top 5 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.