The Independent World Cup Podcast
We bring you the latest news, views and opinions from the greatest show on earth with our World Cup show
Monday 12 July 2010
Welcome to The Independent's World Cup Podcast, presented by Tom Watt. Each edition features the views and opinions of The Independent's writers, including Sam Wallace, Ian Herbert and Tim Rich, as well as rounding up the latest events in South Africa.
Find the latest podcasts below, or alternatively, download them from iTunes.
Podcast 23 (12 July): Tom Watt is joined by The Independent's Ian Herbert as they look back on last night's final and review the tournament as a whole.
Podcast 22 (9 July): Tom Watt is joined by The Independent's World Cup blogger Tim Sturtridge as they look ahead to the weekend's matches and the conclusion of the 2010 World Cup.
Podcast 21 (5 July): Tom Watt, Ian Herbert and The Independent blogger Tim Sturtridge look back at the dramatic quarter-finals and ahead to the semis in this bumper episode of The World Cup Podcast.
Podcast 20 (1 July): Tom Watt and Ian Herbert look ahead to the quarter-finals.
Podcast 19 (29 June): Ian Herbert and Tom Watt discuss England’s World Cup exit press conference as well as the performances of Brazil and Holland after they booked their places in the last eight.
Podcast 18 (28 June): Tim Rich joins Tom Watt for an extended Independent World Cup podcast as they pick the pieces out of England’s defeat to Germany and question whether it’s time for Fabio Capello to go. They also debate the need for goal line technology.
Podcast 17 (25 June): England v Germany preview - The Independent's Tim Rich looks ahead to Sunday's crunch match.
Podcast 16 (25 June): Tom Watt is joined by special guest John Perlman who tells us about Dreamfields, a project he runs in South Africa encouraging children to play football and how the World Cup can change people’s lives.
Podcast 15 (24 June): The Independent's Ian Herbert gives us his views on England's victory over Slovenia while Fox Sports broadcaster Nick Webster joins Tom Watt to reflect on the USA's success after winning Group C.
Podcast 14 (23 June): Ian Herbert looks ahead to England's crunch match with Slovenia.
Podcast 13 (22 June): Tom Watt and Ian Herbert in South Africa discuss the latest events from the World Cup.
Podcast 12 (21 June): Tim Rich and Tom Watt discuss the unrest in the French camp, the problems facing England and the wisdom of having a European coach in charge of the African nations.
Podcast 11 (20 June): Rob O’Neill chats with Tom Watt, who in recent days has swapped the comfort of his sofa for a first hand experience of the finals out in South Africa.
Podcast 10 (19 June): Ian Herbert and Tom Watt discuss England’s dismal showing against Algeria and the behaviour of Wayne Rooney.
Podcast 9 (18 June): Ian Herbert and Tom Watt look ahead to tonight's match between England and Algeria.
Podcast 8 (17 June): Tim Rich joins Tom Watt as they discuss Spain's shock defeat to Switzerland.
Podcast 7 (16 June): Ian Herbert and Tom Watt discuss the latest events taking place in South Africa.
Podcast 6 (15 June): Tom Watt and Tim Rich provide the latest analysis on events in South Africa.
Podcast 5 (14 June): The Independent's Tim Rich joins the podcast team to give his analysis on developments in South Africa.
Podcast 4 (13 June): Following England's draw with the USA, Ian Herbert and Sam Wallace give their reaction.
Podcast 3 (12 June): Tom Watt is joined by Ian Herbert and Sam Wallace ahead of England's opening clash with the USA.
Podcast 2 (11 June): The Independent's Ian Herbert, who's based with the England squad in Rustenburg, gives his insight on the mood at the team hotel.
Podcast 1 (10 June): The day before the World Cup gets underway, Tom Watt and Rob O'Neill look ahead to what they predict will be a very special tournament.
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