SEN SA BREAKFAST with JOSH JENKINS and ANDREW HAYES Full Show (24.10.22)
SEN SA Breakfast
Former Adelaide Crow, now Cats part-time ruck coach, Josh Jenkins joined Andrew Hayes this morning to go through a huge weekend of sport. Perhaps the greatest game of T20 cricket played on Australian soil was played at the MCG last night, with 90k people watching on live as King Kohli lifted his team to victory over their arch-rival Pakistan. The agenda also included results from the NBL and NBA, where to for Australia's T20 team, What St Kilda is doing with Ross Lyon, and a former world number one tennis player fighting to clear her name after testing positive for a banned substance. Guests on the show today included Michelangelo Rucci, former Australian test cricketer and SA redbacks legend Chadd Sayers, and Adelaide 36ers import Antonius Cleveland.
FRIDAY HUDDLE | Josh Jenkins opens up on Adelaide's Camp, the Darcy Dynasty continues, Simon Goodwin
Triple M Rocks Footy AFL
Darce shares his emotions on Sam Darcy playing his first game tomorrow, Josh Jenkins' explosive comments on Adelaide's camp, On Your Game Quiz, Melbourne coach Simon Goodwin, fashion designer Daniel Patrick has some ideas for Chief, Cult Hero Brodie Holland, why won't Damo go on a kid's podcast?, Howie's trying to give Mason Cox a new nickname, Browny's controversial Top 5See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sam Edmund chats with former Adelaide and Geelong forward Josh Jenkins. Initially a high level basketballer, Jenkins impressed playing local footy in Swan Hill and was drafted as a rookie by Essendon. 12 months later he was offered a position on Adelaide's senior list and didn't look back
If you’re at all familiar with the ocean, you’ll know that while most swells on a given day will be roughly the same size, every once in a while that pattern gets upset when, out of nowhere, a wave twice the size of the others, or even greater, suddenly appears. They’re called rogue waves and while they don’t happen very often, and they can’t be predicted, they cannot be ignored. Our guest this month? He helped write the musical equivalent of a rogue wave last year. Josh Jenkins is relatively new to mainstream country, but he isn’t new to music. Since they first formed around 2003 in Ft Worth Texas, Josh and his band, Green River Ordinance, has carved out a critically acclaimed spot for themselves in pop-rock and Americana- even touring with big rock acts like Collective Soul, Train and the Goo Goo Dolls. In 2016, they became among the first artists to release an album fully funded by loyal fans, via Kickstarter. But while he and his bandmates still very much get together to perform, Josh has taken his passion for songcraft and settled into the Nashville songwriting community, where just this last year, he finally scored his first two hit singles. One went #1 the last week of January 2022 and the other was a musical rogue wave. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Lingy and Lachie Young from the Geelong Advertiser are joined by Geelong forward Josh Jenkins, we review Geelong's strong win against Richmond and look ahead to this week's game against North Melbourne. All this and more on this week's To the Final Bell See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 47 "Heated" feat. Josh Jenkins & Charlie Mac
Why Should I Give A Damn?
The name of this episode describes the energy that was in the room, HEATED! Is Kevin Samuels good for the culture ? This question sends our team into a heated debate causing us to break down the impact of the relation guru turned internet sensation. On the more freaky side of things we decided to go all out in a uncensored conversation regarding what we think is absolutely off limits during sex. How freaky is TOO freaky? The WSIGAD team gets even more heated when we discuss the several viral moments currently circulating online regarding more white people killing & harassing unarmed victims. Do white men have a superiority issue that isn't being talked about? LA based rapper The Game went to social media to tell men that they should be paying all the bills in the relationship. Is it time to tell celebs to STFU when it comes to relationship advice? Why do rich men always act like they have the secrets to women happiness?