- May 14, 2009
Will there be a daily TdF podcast again in 2010? Great work on the last couple years, I hope we can expect a daily one again this July!
sethelliottmeyer said:Will there be a daily TdF podcast again in 2010? Great work on the last couple years, I hope we can expect a daily one again this July!
Daniel Benson said:The podcast will indeed return - we'll probably kick off with one later this week, once we're all in Rotterdam. We're arriving over the next few days. Friebe, Richard Moore, Anthony Tan, myself and other more coherent and sophisticated guests will host and present them.
On a side note, thanks for the comments on the Gary Imlach podcast. It was a lot of fun to do and he had some interesting things to say. We'll hope to do more, similar podcasts after the Tour.
auscyclefan94 said:Having trouble with Podcast. It says the URL ....... could not be found on the server. Can anybody help me with this? I am using an up to date version of Itunes to get it if that helps.
Susan Westemeyer said:I am told that the problem has now been taken care of.
auscyclefan94 said:Won't be downloading today's podcast! Freibe and Moore are unbelievable about the way they crap on about Cav and wiggins and sky. Then the ITV one is worse with Rendall and boardman making excuses every ten seconds for Cav and wiggans failings.
auscyclefan94 said:I found richard moore and dan freibe's comments about BMC pretty unfair in the stage 1 podcast
Greg Johnson said:You're probably the last person I'd expect to take a poke at someone for supporting their countrymen!
Who rides for that team again?
But the British are the British, so you'll get that a bit, and us Aussies are largely British, so I guess we do it a bit too
auscyclefan94 said:Yes but I am not a journalist.
auscyclefan94 said:I am a fanboy and if I were a journalist or presenter I would give a lot less bias.
Greg Johnson said:True.
Not sure I entirely agree there. If you were a journalist for an Australian publication, you'd be talking a lot about Australian riders - true? If you didn't, you'd find yourself unemployed rather quickly
Here you have one guy who is a former competitor and writes for a major British paper and the other for a major British cycling magazine, who is also Cavendish's biographer. It's natural that they will talk about the Brits a bit more, because it's what they write about most and we're very lucky to have their insight on that area.
Perhaps you would suggest however that we balance that out with someone providing comments that provide a broader spread of the field?