London Sporting Club launches new monthly podcast with some of sport’s biggest names

Today marks the launch of the new London Sporting Club podcast, a monthly pod featuring some of the biggest names in sport and entertainment including Sam Torrance, Sir Steve Redgrave, Ronan Keating and Kriss Akabusi.

It is a veritable smorgasbord of celebrity sportspeople talking to author and journalist Ian Stafford, founder of the London Sporting Club. Stafford’s wealth of experience and knowledge about sport, combined with his enthusiasm and flair for getting the stories out of some of the industry’s biggest names makes this a must listen series.

The format of the podcast makes it a fast-paced listen: short interviews which provide insight and entertainment but which only last a few minutes in length.

The London Sporting Club is a members club in central London bringing together people from all over the sports industry and hosting events with some of the biggest names in sport. It’s only natural, then, that a podcast featuring interviews with some of them should be the next step.

 

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