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A fun-filled podcast for your Monday morning commute that perfectly wraps up the sporting weekend.

Three sports journalists/former colleagues/maybe even friends/we aren't putting a label on it - Gerard Meagher of the Guardian, David Jordan of The Times and your host Charlie Talbot-Smith of Sportsbeat - bring you everything a sports nut needs to get you through the week ahead.

A review of the back pages, quizzes, trivia, mad-cap predictions, searingly hot takes and well-informed wit - we've got you covered from football to fishing via rugby and everything in between (well probably not much fishing to be honest!) Come join...
52 Episodes
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Perhaps South Africa were better than we thought... Charlie and Paul review a remarkable Springbok performance as they upset the form book and Eddie Jones' England
Here we go! The big one.  Paul and Charlie dissect Saturday's World Cup final, try to work out how the Boks might win, pick our composite 23 and even find time for a brief preview of the bronze match no-one wants any part of...
It certainly wasn't pretty but it was effective enough, just about South Africa edge past Wales, Paul and Charlie pick through the second semi-final and look ahead to England against the Boks!
49: Oh Maro Itoje...!

49: Oh Maro Itoje...!

2019-10-2619:31

Jaw on the floor. England produce their best-ever performance?  The All Blacks were just murdered in Yokohama, and Paul and Charlie sift through the evidence...
48: The Final Four

48: The Final Four

2019-10-2532:17

It's north v south as England take on New Zealand and Wales face South Africa. Paul and Charlie break down the key battles ahead of a pair of epic World Cup semi-finals.
The end of the road for Japan The Brave Blossoms bow out of their World Cup at the hands of South Africa while 14-man France throw it away to resilient Wales
Not quite as tight as predicted! Paul and Charlie reflect on two one-sided scorelines but very different quarter-finals as England and New Zealand reached the last four
Four dream quarter-finals, two cities, one upset Paul and Charlie have picked out one surprise result apiece from the weekend's matches as they break down the start of the knockout stages in Japan
Team of the Pool stages! It's a doozy. And not one All Black amongst them...
The World Cup is back baby! What a glorious night in Yokohama as Japan produce rugby from the gods to make history and their first Quarter-Final.  Review it all here! Who can stop them now?
Scotland's anger at Hagibis, a lack of Crunch and a little bit of rugby! Paul and Charlie debate the effects of the Super Typhoon hitting Tokyo and the end of the pool stages
Typhoon incoming! Or is that just Semi Radradra?  A mad midweek both on and off the pitch as Hagibis looms. All the latest on potential postponements and Paul reports from Wales and Fiji's instant-classic in Oita
So many games. So little time.  Full review of another belting weekend's fixtures, England's problems at No.9, Japanese cheering, and yet another French nailbiter. Bet you can't guess who Charlie names as player of the tournament so far either...
Ireland appear to be getting worse and why we shouldn't expect any more (or should that be less) of France...
It's time for team of the week again! No All Blacks or Boks but plenty of Brave Blossoms! Paul and Charlie run through the best XV of the second round!
No rugby today? Fear not, we've got you covered. Full review of Scotland's late late show and a preview of some massive mid-week games for Ireland and France with an All Black cricket score anticipated as well...
Game of the tournament so far? Shizuoka will take some beating, but Wales v Aus came mighty close!  Paul and Charlie are together at last, and what a match it was to honour the occasion! Why Wales can go all the way, in defence of Romain Poite and more on the potentially decisive Typhoon incoming next week...
Japan shock the world again! Paul and Charlie reflect on why this was an even better victory for Japan than beating South Africa four years ago and where it leaves Ireland
Back in business. Charlie talks us through England's Kobe cruise past USA, Paul blasphemes in the presence of Sergio Parisse and we celebrate the Uruguayans' magnificent victory from 24 hours ago...
Recorded before Uruguay stunned Fiji Paul and Charlie run through their team of round one including four Irishmen and one man who played less than half an hour!
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