James Haskell - What A Flanker: The Podcast
Season 2 Review
Season 2, Ep. 29
Season 2 review. James looks back at season 2 of the podcast picking out some of his favourite moments.
Ep. 28 Ed Jackson
Season 2, Ep. 28
James talks to ex-rugby player Ed Jackson about his incredible story. Sustaining life-changing spinal injuries, Ed fought back to defy the odds, setting his sight on a new challenge: mountaineering. His book LUCKY is a must-read and is out now in hardback, ebook and audiobook, narrated by the man himself.
Ep. 27 James and Oliver Phelps
Season 2, Ep. 27
This week on the podcast Haskell talks to James and Oliver Phelps, best known for their roles as Fred and George Weasley in the Harry Potter films. They talk about their time on such a huge, high profile franchise, the cutthroat world of acting more broadly, and projects outside of their work as actors.
Ep. 26 Roger Woodall
Season 2, Ep. 26
James Haskell speaks to Bournemouth 7s Festival Founder Roger Woodall about his unique upbringing, his entrepreneur spirit starting from a very young age and his development from event promoter to brand builder to festival founder and podcast host. Roger also talks about the keys to success: the importance of becoming an expert in your field, not taking no for an answer, and how, personally for him, it was his passion for events and sport and making people happy.
Ep. 25 Craig White
Season 2, Ep. 25
James Haskell speaks to Craig White about how he changed the face of strength and conditioning across the game of rugby around the world. Craig discusses his mentorships, being a good communicator, the importance of a good mindset, and the team benefits of looking after players individually and emotionally.James Haskell's book is available now in paperback in all good book shops. His new book Ruck Me is also available to pre-order.Visit Craig's website www.craigwhitecoaching.com to find out more about Craig and the Men Without Masks retreats.
Ep. 24 Paul Mort
Season 2, Ep. 24
2019 & 2020 UK Master Coach Of The Year and author of Paul Mort Will Save Your Life, Paul Mort, speaks to James Haskell about his difficulties with his mental health, his history with drugs and alcohol, and the link between the two. They discuss the issues of shame, responsibility, happiness, suicide and the media, the difficulties of having a sense of purpose in men after a certain age and the importance of giving yourself permission to feel happy.James Haskell's new book, Ruck Me, is available to pre-order in hardback, ebook and audio.Paul Mort's audiobook, Paul Mort Will Save Your Life, is available wherever you get your audiobooks.
Ep. 23 Alistair Brownlee
Season 2, Ep. 23
James Haskell speaks to Alistair Brownlee about his huge success as an athlete, where he gets his motivation, mental strength and determination from, and the very root meaning of what motivation means. They discuss the pros and cons of training independently versus training with partners, the need for routine in training, and Alistair's new book Relentless.You can find Alistair Brownlee's book Relentless in all good bookshops. Also available in ebook and audio, read by Alistair himself.James Haskell's new book Ruck Me is available to pre-order in print, ebook and audio.
Season 2, Ep. 22
James talks to Henry Firth and Ian Theasby aka BOSH! about the online vegan recipe channel taking the food world by storm. Changing the planet one plate a time, BOSH! are celebrating their 5th birthday this June! Check out BOSH!’s cookbooks, available online and in all good book shops. Henry & Ian's new cookbookBOSH! on a Budgetis out on 9th December and nowavailable to preorder.James’ book What A Flanker is also out now and his brand new book, Ruck Me, is available to pre-order on Amazon and Waterstones.
Ep. 21 Phil Learney
Season 2, Ep. 21
James Haskell talks to Phil Learney about personal training - from the general public through to athletes, including getting Haskell himself back to his very best after injury. They also discuss business management and the best ways to deal with peers.James Haskell's What a Flanker is out in paperback, ebook and audio now. His next book Ruck Me is available to pre-order.