In 2003, Ned Boulting made the switch from darts and football to covering the Tour de France, and since then he's become the voice of Le Tour, alongside David Millar. Here Ned looks back over two decades at the carnival, from doorstepping Floyd Landis to why Mark Cavendish should have (maybe) been at this year's Tour.Ned is also back touring his one man show, Re-Tour de Ned across the UK. See https://www.ents24.com/uk/tour-dates/ned-boulting for ticketsInterview starts at 5min 20secsFor more on the Cyclist Magazine Podcast - https://www.cyclist.co.uk/cyclistmagazinepodcastSubscribe to Cyclist Magazine now - https://cyclistmag.co.uk/cyclistmagazinepodcast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
E61 - Surprise promotions, Torquay dog bites and guest Ned Boulting
When Saturday Comes
Hello Listener! Get twice as many podcasts and longer editions of these ones by joining our Supporters' Club. Sign up here: www.patreon.com/whensaturdaycomesAvoiding a ticking off from a kid in a referee’s kit, magazine editor Andy Lyons, writer Harry Pearson and host Daniel Gray discuss Unexpected Promotions and Relegations, from Torquay United dog bites to Eddie Large the dug-out Jonah via Wiggy Threlfall’s Morecambe and Don Scrimgeour MacKay’s Coventry. WSC Deputy Editor Tom Hocking talks us through the pages of magazine issue 421 and Record Breakers brings Grecian glamour. We continue our rapidly maturing feature, The Final Third, in which a guest contributes a match, a player and an object to the WSC Museum of Football. Joining Dan as our visiting curator this time is author and broadcaster Ned Boulting.Come see WSC Live: www.whensaturdaycomes.eventbrite.co.ukSupport the show
Giro Unplugged Stages 4 to 9 - The Story So Far with Ned Boulting
Sigma Sports presents Matt Stephens Unplugged
The second instalment of our Giro d’Italia special series, with Matt Stephens behind the scenes with Ned Boulting to discuss the drama of the race so far. Looking back at stages 4 to 9, there’s plenty to discuss - Cav’s emotional 300m sprint victory, Biniam Girmay’s incredible Giro debut, and the joys of the most unpredictable grand tour they’ve ever watched. Find out what the pair are looking forward to over the coming week, and get a real flavour of how it feels to be on the road following the race with Matt’s random recordings; there’s an incidence of Eurobeat road rage, a haunted mole grips, and a very windy volcano to contend with - an episode not to be missed!
The Famous Sloping Pitch with Nick Hancock and Chris England
Nick Hancock and Chris England discuss Maradona’s fat, cheating shirt auction, the Champions League semi-finals and Chelsea’s existential crisis. Nick and Chris are also joined by sports broadcaster, journalist and author of ‘Square Peg, Round Ball’, Ned Boulting. They discuss St. Pauli, George Best, Steven Gerrard's carpet, and watching football with Phil Collins and Rodney Marsh Ned’s book is available here - https://rb.gy/tmrtevAnd tickets to his tour are available here - https://www.nedboulting.com/We’re now on Twitter. Please, please, please follow us @slopingpitch If you have any thoughts, feelings or queries, please feel free to contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Off-duty Peter Drury, Big Sam's call of nature and mistranslating Mourinho, with Ned Boulting
Football Cliches - A show about the language of football
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey and Charlie Eccleshare are joined by sports broadcaster and author Ned Boulting for the latest edition of Mesut Haaland Dicks.Among Ned's selections for his footballing fascinations and irritations are his good friend Peter Drury, the unique tenses used in footballspeak, the misunderstood Jose Mourinho and elite players' obsession with golf.Meanwhile, Ned reveals how he pioneered the divisive art of pre-match TV poetry and the mundane secrets of interviewing footballers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A Cyclist Magazine Podcast first as we are joined by not only by a relation of Kula Shaker's Crispin Mills but also Jordan Stephens, one half of Rizzle Kicks. It's Ned Boulting!Joe and James talk to Ned about commentating in China, buying Marianne Vos a dartboard, three-week Grand Tours without mountains, the correct pronunciation of Tadej Pogacar and much more. We also discuss the fourth edition of The Road Book.The Road Book, the most in-depth chronicle of the road racing season, is on pre-sale. Pre-order the Road Book 2021 before November 6th and receive a signed copy here - https://www.theroadbook.co.uk/If you liked this episode, please remember to leave us a review, comment and make sure to share with your cycling friends!In association with SportfulFor more on the Cyclist Magazine Podcast - https://www.cyclist.co.uk/cyclistmagazinepodcastSubscribe to Cyclist Magazine now - https://cyclistmag.co.uk/cyclistmagazinepodcast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Matt Stephens and Ned Boulting (sort of) live from the 2021 Giro d'Italia
Sigma Sports presents Matt Stephens Unplugged
Ned Boulting explains the virtues of a good darts game to Matt Stephens and the duo discuss why they are out at the Italian stage race. Ned shares his thoughts on the lack of crowds at the 2021 race and if a diminished Tifosi makes a difference when it comes to watching a bike race unfold. Tune in to find out how well he knows his hometown on Andover and what the Tour de Ned would look like.
BikeRadar Meets | Ned Boulting on July without the Tour de France and his hopes for the delayed 2020 race
The BikeRadar Podcast
We catch up with the voice of ITV’s Tour de France coverage as he waits anxiously for the 2020 race to get underway and tells us how much he’s missed professional cycling and reveals the secrets of Gary Imlach’s shirts… Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Rouleur Longreads Podcast: The Chairman by Ned Boulting
The Rouleur Podcast
This is the story of a big house in Belgium. Within its walls, along its corridors, through its communal kitchen and living space, some of the finest riders in the world have idled, prepared for races, slouched in front of the TV, boiled water for pasta and generally discovered whether or not they will make it. It is a remarkable institution, with no official accreditation. It is almost as if it doesn’t exist.“Nobody knows we really do this. They wouldn’t have the foggiest idea. It’s not a known thing.”Ned meets former British champion (and chair dealer) Tim Harris to uncover the story of the unofficial academy house that has hosted young hopefuls from around the globe determined to make the grade. Cavendish, Froome, Thomas, Armitstead, Yates, McLay and many more have stayed en route to stardom. And Fernando Gaviria mowed the lawn…The Rouleur Longreads Podcast brings you selected long form articles from the magazine, especially recorded for Rouleur. Don’t stop what you’re doing – do it while listening to the world’s best cycling writing.The latest in this series is ‘The Chairman’ by Ned Boulting, from Rouleur 17.2. Download the Rouleur app and use the code CHAIRMAN to read the whole issue free of charge. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Rouleur Conversations - a Tour-less July with Ned Boulting
The Rouleur Podcast
In the overall scheme of things, one delayed bike race is no big deal - but it's surprising how much the Tour De France has become an integral part of so many people's July. Ned Boulting hasn't spent July at home since 2003 but he's hoping to be back on the road in a couple of weeks as racing restarts including, we hope, the Tour De France. He's also reflecting on cycling and transport post lockdown. Rouleur's Miles Baker-Clarke takes us through the latest gear and kit in the Emporium, while presenter Ian Parkinson eyes up Rapha's latest glasses. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.