Phil Brown, Reece Parkinson, Holly Hamilton, Paul Sinha
Football manager Phil Brown, BBC Radio 1Xtra presenter Reece Parkinson, sports broadcaster Holly Hamilton and comedian Paul Sinha join Colin Murray for an hour of sporting punditry, humour and entertainment.Points are awarded for informed comment, wit and passion, but taken away for nonsense and answers lacking in conviction.In the final round, the top two points scorers go head-to-head in 'Defend the Indefensible' where they must both defend a statement however ludicrous or distasteful for twenty seconds. There can only be one winner!Get the podcast from BBC Sounds.
This episode of The Checkpoint podcast is sponsored by The North Face®️. On this weeks podcast episode we bring you an interview with BBC Radio 1Xtra DJ and aspiring trial ultra runner, Reece Parkinson. Reece detailed his aim to run his first 55 mile ultramarathon in the BBC Documentary ‘How not to run 55 miles’. In this interview, recorded during an Instagram Live, we cover: Reece’s experience of sport in childhood His first runs and first lockdown marathon His Type 1 Diabetes diagnosis Trail running Hill training Kit What running gives Reece in terms of headspace Plans for racing his first ultra in 2021 Plus more.
BBC Radio 1 Xtra presenter Reece Parkinson is a man on a mission. Despite only taking up running recently, he's hoping to complete a 55-mile ultramarathon. Reece, who also has type 1 diabetes, discusses the allure of the ultramarathon, what drives us to attempt the seemingly impossible and why we should all go "full Goggins" at some point in our life. Check out the BBC documentary on Reece, How Not to Run 55 Miles, here.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Reece Parkinson is a broadcaster for BBC Radio 1Xtra and MOTDX. On the radio he presents 1Xtra Talks, an important platform for discussion of topics and issues in society, particular those that affect young black people in the UK. On TV, you may have seen him asking footballers to put together music playlists and he's also been part of the recent Match Of The Day watch alongs. He joins Josh Shreeve to go through his five music items that define him, the Black Lives Matter movement, his questionable footballing ability and even more questionable teenage rap career.Follow Reece on Instagram (@reeceparkinson) and this podcast (@witbpod) on Twitter and Instagram to find out more. Special thanks to Jonny Robinson for providing the music for What's In The Bag? and Charlie Shreeve (@charlieshreevedesign) for creating the artwork. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Talking Drake, MOTDx and Radio 1Xtra with Reece Parkinson
Shuffle & Shoot
BBC's man for the moment Reece Parkinson joined JC and Rambo to talk about what life's been like on the radio during quarantine, how he's been getting on with interviewing Dom Calvert-Lewin, Tammy Abraham and Michail Antonio over Zoom and what he thinks of Drake's new release.There's also talk about how Rambo is coping without Money Heist in his life, a discussion about JB vs. JT and as ever, we put new tunes into the Pre-Match Playlist, get Reece to Pick Four and pass over the Aux Cable
In this week’s Berko Revisits, Laura G is speaking to BBC Radio 1Xtra presenter Reece Parkinson about making friends with planks of wood and overcoming your greatest fears by singing in railway stations. ***Please take the time to rate and review us on iTunes or your preferred podcast provider. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Reece Parkinson: Manifest Your Dreams - Episode 42
In The Moment with Alex Manzi
On this episode I’m super excited to sit down with BBC Radio 1Xtra presenter, Reece Parkinson, someone who I have had the pleasure of watching grow and evolve over the past couple of years. Reece is someone who I regularly turn to to bounce ideas around about this very podcast and also the projects he’s working on. And someone I’d consider a good friend, so it was great to be able to sit down and discuss his story and dig a little deeper inside his head. In the episode we hear Reece’s journey from community radio to Radio 1 & 1Xtra intern to getting his very own show on 1Xtra. We also speak about the importance of a strict daily routine to keep you focussed, why he likes to keep himself prepared like an athlete and why he doesn’t want to let his dreams slip away from him. If you enjoy the episode, please leave a review or comment! thedreamersdisease.co.uk Follow Reece: IG: @reeceparkinson Twitter: @reece_parkinson Follow Dreamer’s Disease IG: @the_dreamersdisease / @iamalexmanzi Twitter: @dreamerspod / @iamalexmanzi Soundcloud: @thedreamersdisease Some topics we discuss: How he got started in radio What he learnt from being an intern at BBC Radio 1 & 1Xtra Going from intern to presenter at 1Xtra His biggest inspiration Why he believes making content for online is so vital Preparing himself like an athlete Why he carries a copy of his goals in his wallet Letting one dream slip and not wanting to let another go How he focuses on his goals with a strict daily routine Studying the patterns of those he looks up to Why he believes in the power of manifestation
Reece gives you the reload you've been waiting for... BBC 1xtra's very own Reece Parkinson takes us on an eclectic journey through music.We think this truly deserves an AP Reload.Reece ParkinsonTwitter: @Reece_ParkinsonInstagram: @ReeceparkinsonMake sure to follow Arrow Production Records for more mixes, playlists and exclusives.