Lawrence Dallaglio’s Lions Podcast

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Join Lawrence Dallaglio and special guests for analysis of the British & Irish Lions tour.

You’ll get the latest tour news, examination of the games played, previews of the ones to come... and a few stories from competitions past with Lawrence and his friends.

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Recorded live in The Temperance pub in South West London, Lawrence and Ben are joined by former Wasps, Munster and Ireland centre, Rob Henderson, who shares his memories of the British & Irish Lions tour in 2001. Lawrence and guests also debate the team selection for the First Test against South Africa. Plus find out what made Lawrence insist on a different surgeon after breaking his ankle in the 2005 tour.

Earlier podcasts

This podcast was recorded live from the pub garden at The Minories in central London on Thursday evening. Lawrence and Ben are joined by Scottish winger, Tommy Seymour, as they discuss the return of Alun Wyn Jones to the Lions squad and why the team selection for the Test matches will cause a headache for the management. Plus can Ben make a comeback in the Drop Kick Challenge?

In this podcast Lawrence is joined by Ben Kay to discuss all the latest news from the Lions camp in South Africa.

They also chat to special guest Bath midfielder and former England and Lions player, Jonathan Joseph, as they recount their own memories from previous tours including what makes the Lions fans so special.

Plus, in the Drop Kick Challenge, Lawrence and Ben’s knowledge of a particular event from 2005 is put to the test…

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