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Added Time: The Irish Times Sports Podcast

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Every Monday, Malachy Clerkin and Pat Nugent talk sport with their Irish Times colleagues and special guests. 761976

Customer Reviews

Excellent New Podcast – Up there with the best – could do with more variety?

Added Time is a welcome new addition to the already rich landscape of Irish sports podcast and immediately can be considered up there with the best in my view (Second Captains, Off the Ball, Game On etc). The reporting and commentary is excellent and (mostly) avoids pretending to be a comedy show and steers clear of the “Smashy and Nicey” approach to podcasting (which unfortunately has been the case of other sports podcasts). One suggestion I would have would be to maybe give a little more variety on a Monday? Today’s show (Monday 28th May) focussed basically on 2 games (1 GAA Football, 1 Rugby) and only gave a passing mention to other hurling, football, rugby, champions league, golf which happened over the weekend (Monaco GP not mentioned at all?). This meant that those not interested especially in the 2 games covered were sold short (and probably skipped to other podcasts to find what they wanted).

Irish times sports podcast

As a rugby fan it’s great to have Thornley, Cummiskey and co back to give their analysis and comment.

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