Prompted by @gilgamboa’s flagging of the pat Lam interview with OTB, it reminded me there’s been a few good pieces from them in recent weeks worth listening to if anyone is arsed
Kilkenny hurler Tom Walsh, Kathrine Switzer and the Lisbon Lions are among the many voices in the 1967 edition of OTB Reflections.
The always excellent Paul Rouse joins Nathan in studio to chat about the glory days of Carlow football. This is far better than you’d imagine
Nathan sits down with Richard Dunne for a catch up on life in the South of France, reminiscing in memories of 15 years ago and Ireland’s chances against Austria.
Martin O’Neill talks Forest, Clough, moving to the UK, and the Irish job.
Jack McCaffrey talks Dublin, Medicine and life
Obviously the begrudgers on here may not like this, but I found it great fun, and fuck ye if ye dont think so
Colm Keys, Colm Begley and Mickey Quinn discuss the AFL experience