The Debate: Snooker's greatest rivalries
Season 1, Ep. 9
Jimmy White and Neal Foulds join Andy Goldstein for the final episode of season one of The Break, as we debate the greatest rivalries in snooker history.We kick off with the intense battles between two very contrasting characters in Steve Davis and Alex Higgins, and go on to discuss famous feuds involving Jimmy White, Stephen Hendry and latterly Ronnie O'Sullivan, Mark Selby and John Higgins.Jimmy also talks in depth about his tussles with Davis, and how "you knew if you were playing Steve Davis, you were going to be in a war."We hope you enjoyed the first series of The Break - and don't forget to subscribe, rate and review us on your podcast platform of choice.
The Debate: Snooker's strangest moments
Season 1, Ep. 8
In the penultimate episode of season one of The Break, Jimmy White and Neal Foulds join Andy Goldstein to discuss the weird and wonderful moments they can remember from snooker history.We kick off with a surreal 2020 Masters (including a rogue fart machine), and trawl back through the history books to discover tales of huge upsets, missed 147s, streakers and, of course, Ronnie conceding to Stephen Hendry at 4-1 down in a best-of-17 match...Please remember to rate and review us on your podcast platform of choice.
Shaun Murphy: I didn't know how to handle being world champion
Season 1, Ep. 7
Shaun Murphy is the latest big name to join Andy Goldstein on The Break. The Magician talks about his tough upbringing, leaving school at 13 and the path which took him to the very pinnacle of the game.When he reached it, winning the World Championship in 2005, Murphy tells us about how he dealt with his instant fame "pretty badly", as well as reflecting on some of the great moments he's had since.Remember to rate and review us on your podcast platform of choice.
The Debate: Who is the snooker GOAT?
Season 1, Ep. 6
Eurosport's new snooker podcast continues with Jimmy White and Neal Foulds delivering their verdict on the greatest players to grace the game.O'Sullivan? Hendry? Davis? Higgins? They are all in the mix and more as we try and reach a definitive conclusion on who the snooker GOAT truly is...Don't forget to rate and review us on your podcast platform of choice.
Neil Robertson: Addiction, anxiety and ruling the world
Season 1, Ep. 5
Neil Robertson joins Andy Goldstein for the latest episode of The Break, Eurosport's new snooker podcast. In an wide-ranging discussion, The Thunder from Down Under opens up about his life and career, and how he used video games as an “escape” while his wife Mille was battling depression and anxiety.Robertson also tells us how he was at a job centre ready to quit snooker after failing on the tour three times, before going on to win the World Championship in 2010 after trailing Martin Gould 11-5 and then becoming one of the best players of the modern era.Remember to rate and review us on your podcast platform of choice!
Ronnie O'Sullivan: Rehab, Reardon and... retirement
Season 1, Ep. 4
Join The Break for the third and final part of our in-depth interview with the great Ronnie O'Sullivan. In a frank and fascinating discussion, O'Sullivan tells Andy Goldstein how his life spiralled in the 1990s following his incredible ascent to fame as a teenager, and the imprisonment of his father, before a spell in rehab proved a turning point in his career.The five-time world champion also tells us about the roles played by his mentors Ray Reardon and Steve Peters in cementing him as one of the greatest players to ever play the game - and when he will retire...Join us next week for more debates involving Neal Foulds and Jimmy White, plus interviews with Neil Robertson and Shaun Murphy. And don't forget to rate and review us on your podcast platform of choice.
Ronnie O'Sullivan: The defining moments in my career
Season 1, Ep. 3
In the second part of our exclusive, in-depth interview with Ronnie O'Sullivan, we discuss the matches and moments which have shaped one of the greatest careers in sport.We kick off with that stunning UK Championship win at the age of 17 and go on to cover all of the defining moments in the career of The Rocket, including sporting excellence, streakers, and why Ronnie passed up some 147 breaks...Please remember to rate and review us on your podcast platform of choice!