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"freddie flintoff" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

07:36 min | 4 months ago

"freddie flintoff" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Sometimes these these cheesy obscure questions us. Sometimes i think you probably best known for playing. Wd ww breaks the chatan force shortlist coverage of the ashes as my first appearance on television avenue. Funny stories from those I suppose i suppose the too funny things that spring to mind is. They made me dress. As w g grace throughout the campaign and some twas cello forward this idea that they would send me to the ashes matches and onto other high profile public events right. And that's great and once you start going. I'm the adverts who wrote the ashes as wj right but before they actually started. Before the adverts went there was still sending me things. So they sent me to the wimbledon semifinal. What got knocked out. I had to show these pre written catchphrases or the people on center court hadn't seen the affects. it was just a man just as victorian. Come all the and then we're going to look at that poor fortunate tragic that you would go to the trouble of dressing up with storage and the other thing that makes me laugh was i was out of the matches at all. My friends who furious couldn't toss about cricket all fear will these big games and the whole team walked past me one day and all of the michael vaughan and all everyone's of dumped their cap just replay on wg and they won't little smiles. And freddie flintoff was last. And i knew that he did this awful awful richard. Imagine being imagine being attacked. You type the newspapers tour much of come out with those pictures. Wti sydney another story about sounds like we can get a my sister got married arrived that they made you go to her wedding. It's consummate mehtab. These t shirts with my face in the kitchen. Your g needs you but me push your cricket bat and my dad's cousins twenty gordon here. He was obsessed with it on television. He couldn't cope with the but before the wedding. My mom said this is just a special day. Okay so we all you know very proud that you're doing advertising campaign on television and and it's great and you're you're low level comedian but Special i want you to just keep on. Keep it love kids. It's all about her and of course it's all about fine so i did it in the background all day and even when my sister's husband mentioned in the speech i didn't sign anything back that just to stay in the background i got off day and it'll be the perfect and then i slipped my dad's cousin one of these patients and when i'm giving you present but you're not to open it until after the my sister was a beautiful trips waving goodbye to everyone. Car drove paths was his and he was stunting into power. Sunroof with my with my going. They still together very pleased that destroyed. Wouldn't they also just been bad that they become useful. Yeah that's not really told that story so glee and you auto. Yes yes. I'll tell you you are totally get criticizing also grabbing tool. I never go in about ten. He was asked me about the tallest person. We've sat on this before. I think i'm the same height as steve much while you're one in china anthem. I and heavier appropriate latvian wider than he is. He's read he's very separate. I'll bet not. He's very nice man. Pd sorry could be discreet wrightson. I read breaking news today when we recorded. This you were accusing people. Were fighting them because you get a lot of in. Do remember into be talking about people saying things like. What's the weather like that you all the time. It was my first stunned rooting. Sounds like i'm still doing that. Yes and i do get. That was my first ever. Standard routine was a about an old lady came up to me and said you want a job at my house changing lightbulbs and i said i have career pounds of my own. Very funny routine. Big huge is copied off and didn't tell you about it. 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"freddie flintoff" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

No Such Thing As A Fish

04:45 min | 10 months ago

"freddie flintoff" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

"Dust breaking news. I was trying to find the most famous person. The queen hasn't met And so i went on to google and search for who's the most famous person in the world and then went down the list to see and google has. The quit met this past. I didn't go that far. Because as far as i can see. She hasn't met justin bieber. He's one of the most famous people in the well. They've never been seen in the same room at the same time. You seem to justin bieber's another person who's shoulders a quite close. Bum isn't he. Because he's a very small non Because i was reading about people who have met justin bieber. Anna freddie flintoff crickets extremely tall guy. He went to meet him a meet and greet with his kids and his wife and they went down the queue and they got to the front and the kids got to see just in vape above the at justin bieber staff let freddie flintoff go anywhere near him and they said he doesn't like big is because if you have a freddie he's like six four six five something like that standing next to just be. He's like a little tiny with tom. Cruise people like that. Yeah yeah also. Justin bieber is why he has his trousers so low because he's trying to make it look like this song is greater than it is attorney a few inches past. The royal family have banned commoners from wearing their official targeted on. Now can you believe this. Prince alba designed to totten's for the family for the firm in eighteen fifty three and then several decades later nine hundred eighty seven. That was a top manufacturer. Wrote to them saying oh this is talk. No we'd love to make it and keeper of the privy purse right back absolutely not you may not make this is exclusively royalties. Anyway you would think that was in one thousand nine hundred things might have changed a bit since then in two thousand sixteen. The premise confirmed that this remains in place. There's one person in the world who is not a member of the family who is allowed to wear the toss it says Schedule as well down. Gasol nicholas sturgeon. It's not that list. Jay is it. Is it one of the crunchies if any still alive is jimmy. Crank stuff for the queen. Oh oh must be up the capa- toss in every years highland games as a lovely lovely guests. I it was someone scottish. Does it have to be someone's shin this. It's someone who is almost certainly going to be scottish due to that job might be wearing talton as a mattress paints the forth rail bridge now. And it's not that it's on princess street illinois's everyone everybody during the festival was so you know i think just to end this tortures again. It's her it's her her alarm piping piping alarm clock role is wow. i know. that's another incredibly long lasting there've been fifteen role by eighteen forty three and they have to play for every every weekday morning. Not everybody luik. She's not a masochist of to fifteen minutes they play and apparently she doesn't ever wanted to the same tune twice nightmare. Those wanting those who called webster who said he had to know about seven or eight hundred different teams just yet but they must be really now by now. Like how long does she in queen sixty years. was it. something like anna every morning. Apart from the weekends she's had a different shoot. they must be getting. They must be kind of getting down to the. I'll the keller's tonight that well. She's bright side. That's a cool way to inform her of the latest charts. Just start playing late. Has the latest shots is not something that she demands definitely. Maybe when she meets people one day she can take. Can i do more guessing game. According to bench shot. I think we all kind of trust writes in spectator a brilliant salt collector of trivia. Who do you think is the most seen human etta to uplift as in the person that most people have seen in realizing. Wow someone is done huge events on and rallies and things like that is that donald trump. Nope is it a politician from a really populous country. Like she paying a good lull narendra. Modi this ben shot. Thinks none of those ben sean. Thinks it is probably.

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"freddie flintoff" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

08:15 min | 11 months ago

"freddie flintoff" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

"Landed up. Organizing benefit for mike. Atherton the cricketer being cricketer and the girl he was i was working for was his friend and says she was organizing this benefit and so there was this big black tie to at grosvenor house hotel and i was about twenty six head clueless on the tape with all the english cricketers and from the english cricket team and there is a celebrity auction which jeffrey archer is running and he and he's this auction. I'm i've had a few glosses. Champagne jedi wildlife so then so then install is ocean. Yeah yeah i'll tell you. These otherwise announced up bidding on this signed rugby shut. England plays rugby shirts. And eventually freddie flintoff blessed saved me because i was about to be numbered ca to grind bill which i couldn't afford toured new two pennies to get anyway so i remember this very well. I'm talking to this guy at the ball about this event when the restaurant do walks mike atherton and jeffrey archer guy ten tomatoes. Oh god that's so. Strange is a twist of fate by an i. This is a winter. this is my book. A twist of fate which is based on one of jagran just books anyway so the guy came this poor guy you know. He was a friend to jeff. Autism was handed out was taking from him is charity so we were having this conversation with this guy and i look at each of the game. This is so strange. We will literally just talking about these two very people and they've just walked into the restaurant of the night so dejected. But my can i sit down i. This is a twist of fate and he needs to go out. And i said well. It's a little bit like. Kate enable very good place to stop. They know very much wear. And i didn't have them as tweet fight. I had them assistance. But i loved the idea to two women not knowing who each other are in his sister thing and having a not realizing that this distance of you know i'm always been interested in writing about kind of sisterhood and what female friendship predominately. But i'm very close to my sister so that sister relationship not realizing that you'll sisters was kind of a really great one to to play with is johnny i. I was thinking about it afterwards. Because i assume at the beginning thank twins. You might not have ever see it. And i wanted afterwards. I didn't go back to the first Cd but listen to it. A think i've still got to be honest. But i did have the appreciate the beginning of the twins and then of course later on. I realized i meant that. They weren't exactly twins. And then i thought a wonder if she's really clever and just lift readers to conclude erroneously that by which when i didn't i mean i wanted them to be very close in age so they might as well a bit twins because they they work they had they had to cut the suit of same star. It didn't. I didn't want to make in my mind to want to make them actual twins because i might add kind of you have expectations about twins and kind of today ac- of twitter that in literature that sort of Twin baggage the communist when you riot twins. Yeah and i didn't really want to explore that. That wasn't that wasn't the point. I thought that that was and i did kind of think about that. But he kind of made it a bit distracting because as a reader. If is a twin. There's a different kind of vibe to it. Somehow so i want to make place names but not actual twins if you switch main because i wanted the kind of more of a pure system saying so i started and is is very but also didn't want to kind of really set it so march apart because there was so much because it really close in age but i didn't have to spell out because i think that was. That wasn't the point that point. Is these two. Babies is separated at birth. And i didn't so. I did make them twins and i deliberately left it so that people could kind of obviously not not depending on how they wants to read it. Yes yes is. I must say that it does. It covers a great deal of ground but two women teamed up with very exciting careers. And you have the chance to take them to some wonderful places and wonderful experiences. So it's it's it is really one of those big international books that can about. I know i see because i sit in my state hammond my study in my bottoms or my choking bottoms and i go to all these amazing places in my head. It's it's a great. It's a great one for kind of having kind of locations. I look and i love that in books as well. I mean it's quite quite different types of stuff. So i kinda of contemporary stuff. But he's will say nice to buy stuff this historical Upsets kind of go loads of locations in. Because if you've got you quite like doing quite big ruled brushstrokes of the canvas. And if you do that you can really liberate yourself to kind of set. Seems in different places. That's what platinum ready told me that i have three women and three locations in day. Well brilliant about is that you could. You always can find a seen somewhere fabulous to the same so it gives you quite instruction. Let's what places. I've been to in my books. I read once again to myself. And i've traveled quite slow. But there's quite a lot places though it's really not is look changing the team foul. Who bet you do. Also right under the name of josie lloyd and you've got a book coming up next year which sounds like it very definitely is a change of pace from what we'd be talking about it's cooled the can't soleil these running club now. It's not out yet. So i don't know anything more about it than the taisho professional Tells you that it's going to be a little bit more serious than and thoughtful. Not quite a sort of escapist tell us a little bit about that ball. Okay so that this book has come about because In twenty seventeen. I was diagnosed with breast cancer. Out routine scanners cooled up for ratings and bingo. They found it and it was a terrible shock. Know was really stunned and shocked. And i landed up having a mastectomy and then chemotherapy and radiotherapy and it was kind of quiet a out in the system but i waited very clearly very quickly. Because i've got three girls. And because i'm very much in love with my life i was like well. This isn't going to beat me. And this is not the worst thing that could happen is a burma. I'm gonna get through it and help came an unexpected forbes. So one of the moms at the school gate rose she said well you know what you really need to keep fit whilst you having oil treatment and my instinct. Jenny was to get into bed and pull the to my head. I was like what keeping fit now and she was. And i've always been kind of brana reluctant but i have done before and i do run a bit. She said nikon. Enjoy my running grapes since. It's very important and in australia. For example. They building gyms next to a quality departments because they've shown a link between exercise and health can make massive impact on your treatment outcomes anyway so i landed up going to the seafront embar tomorrow. Live and i met is group of girls. Were all going through cancer treatment. Various stages most image finished one of them. Jay was just ahead of me. And i it was like a new like a pregnant woman. Going to meet.

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"freddie flintoff" Discussed on FinTech Insider

FinTech Insider

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"freddie flintoff" Discussed on FinTech Insider

"About the links between money mental health and how. The. Psychological effects on mental health problems can impact on our ability to manage our finances. I think a real lack of awareness around that and not something that we constantly trying to strive towards in kind of raise awareness. So freely and said, people can protect themselves rating in that win since is links. Yeah and is that I mean in part CS education right? Actually I mean I I again, I'm going to be I'M GONNA play my super practical Yorkshireman called, which is like actually if I look at the insurance industry, they realized in about ten years ago that preventative measures far more successful at dealing with things than actually waiting for you know milk. To Flood, which is why I left by the way. So I'm very aware and very worried about flood sold given time. So actually you know being in a situation, people much more aware of their limitations and actually won't the that triggers actually all these things and actually the systems in the prices of the ways that they deal with things and being understand. That everybody is fundamentally different light at feels like a lack of education really in terms of whether it comes and there's so few people that I think really have a good level of south wellness to to reflect on than heavier more happen. It becomes almost a self fulfilling spiral doesn't in terms of that setup. So I mean, why do you think we're at? An appreciate these very the questions that we know going to a SPA guys wouldn't go to solve this on this podcast in the next twenty minutes but I think actually having these discussions are really important because it's like the just isn't enough dedicated education for ya everybody but thawing really really young ages eventually how to deal with pressure in stresses and straightens. And, this isn't I don't think it's just people who don't have money perspective. I. Think we've actually saying I mean professional football is a really good example of like just because she got money doesn't you mental health gets any better like people who win the lottery don't suddenly become a a beacon for good mental health actually too much into little can be bad says as well in many instances but I'm Gary, what don't you think it seems like a underinvested educational pillow actually really should be coming through in the same sense. Mathematics in science should be authorities aggressive. Well I I think you're right I. Think they like the month of education put into a mental wellbeing mental health. It should be lacking a physical health and nutrition was other things that have become much big over the last ten years. But actually I i. also agree with Mickey that I think the cultural shift to. Think about mental health as something that is normal has been massive over the last few years you look at the. Things that Prince holidays than some of things like Freddie Flintoff high profile people in the in the media who normalized depression anxiety and But then interestingly I think than death is still a duty. So so I, think the link between mental health is okay now to have a mental health problem on talk about an and. People are sympathetic and they want to hear an was the finished article. This'll a lot of work three dollars. You save a lot of education to do I think we're getting the. Data is different. Discussion to have at what we've heard from telling members regularly is that they don't want to family or friends what's going on and because they've ashamed that also sometimes afraid. Of what will happen if they can to the problems they've got and if they do say anything they what it'll be taken as requests for financial assistance. So decision isn't a I've got a problem please please help me with my mental health problem of arms struggling with with this out of debt. It's if I ask you by Talia debt problem I'm asking you for money. And again, the vast majority of the we've had come through teddy hate the idea of being a charity case or kind of having to beg old taking money off other people. So I think there's a distinction familiar between. Mental Health in general, which is now acknowledged as a general problem in the population that we need to be kind of really sympathetic wits on untried to deal with on debt, which is still something to be. bitching. Golf. And all of that's not the case but I think that's still the perception. Yeah, it's it's difficult because the people never really understand the context of how somebody has goatee into debt ole as the debt and the the sort of shunning as you say, from a societal perspective that really sort of comes with those things and that really has changed the walks of life is now I mean it wouldn't be. accepted. If somebody was looking to lose weight that actually they were like shunned from a societal perspective because they were attempting to better themselves in those ways and I find I mean there are some instances of of forums why people very open about these Money saving expert as a good example of that where people feel very comfortable sharing that story in the context of being able to write those wrongs in kind of a place but I guess there's a sentencing thing. There is like people have been conditioned to try and hide these things because they used against them and not just used against them. For most pure Leona. You know mates down the pub setup launch financially institutes will will have paid for prior wrongdoing because of actually how respects Processes to setup and and that stats really difficult right because that's why answer to that spiral of difficulty as you get into a bad situation, and then actually you can get out of that situation with free of toning to more and more extreme forms of credit. So it some it is it is a very difficult thing to be able to address. I think like you said, I think with like with any problem, it has to start with the conversation or an understanding of what problem really is. Jamie dunaway if you. WanNa. So chain neither do we need specific ways to address this in this specific period of time? I mean the hardest thing I, find with everything that's happening. We cut. You did right now for months mental health perspective as I can compartmentalize anything and I can deal with a period of high stress. If I know it's a period of high stress. These seems like infinity to go through and that is not a a really difficult thing that many people facing in td thing I think so and I think as well. It's this. Combination of a very personal experience of you as an individual going through this time and being. Isolated or being. Or having difficulties with your finances or whatever it might be an also completely global pandemic on a global situation that you're going through. So so this double whammy of surrounded by anxiety whether you're looking at the newspaper royal listening to the news, whatever it might be, you're sort of being slapped in the face with on a daily basis, but you're also experiencing a very unique individual cessive of circumstances that have been presented by this. So I think it's yeah it's a unprecedented sets of comeback to that would. Unfortunately. So. I think we'll sort of learning as we go with this I. think that's you know the the nature of it being so unprecedented as we don't know what's going to come next and we actually don't know how long this is going to run.

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"freddie flintoff" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

11:46 min | 1 year ago

"freddie flintoff" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"Moment The good bits of it or whether it's inevitably go back and corporates then go back into risk-averse That the time to the enormous inositol over decision making data security of data the fake security of data. Sometimes what'd you think? Is that over egging that? How will we BE COMPLICATED You know if you this contracts and the Now you toss from J data. Gdp ause all new lather this fight pool and then importantly so it's so convoluted the process the three months Ticket now the economy's changed and they will get a bit more nervous about during the day on the place So speed If you if you try and remove and it will take a lot of reflecting around how this something like this is what but You can't try and remove complexities. Not Let's go to Vegas We kept it simple. It is a unique I think is a unique scenario because we were getting big. Big Big set of megastars spoil starts doing it and Andrew Strauss excise Klaus to fundraise as two point six challenge in he did a phrase restraints foundation. Then he goes some big Freddie Flintoff's and Jamie Redknapp sin and he tried to pull it together agents it would cer he'd be three months down the line would be so difficult but they just a pulled out what's up and everyone said yes and the timing was right said look. It's never gonna be that simple but I do think if you can. I think we've all made you know. I think scenario around US made Tom. Ships contracts formal complaints impulsively. They need to be something. There's learning that for sure. I think I think another really interesting. I mean genuine Yawkey Amazon on the landings. But it's something that I really felt strongly as the do what it says on the tin and And that helps Translate what you're trying that gives you cut through ticking social media to not have to explain something that we took a bright. We took a decision on the marketing front cooler. Two point six challenge because that was that was nothing. Didn't mean empty if it will stay possibly needed a bit of explaining and and would we we sort of aligned would save the case charity said that the purpose was there on that gave us the opportunity to explain with initial timeframe or two point six walls but then the explaining the came through. Vdi says explaining ultra matic. Puce celebs Tears often unable to use that to explain it so easy video to explain the brand and now we've created a brand in two point six and having fun starting to think about what else could we do to fund six in the future so brave coal to do something that meant nothing to anybody but we had again substance behind that to make that happen at unalterably we we one thousand eight hundred pounds of of money the went behind a digital and the rest was built on a Hashtag An meek could media's good old fashioned media stories Some that was. I think having something else me and we would. We'd like to to interpretation of the public as well And became fully inclusive. Nothing the well. That certainly really scrutinize audiences to the degree Segment you really analyze. Where of the audience is coming from at accordingly Various failures on the Mike Belts in terms of events where tried to create events. That are a bit too. Little things will people and it's very difficult to then translate warrior trying to do because you'll sit of hopefully China slotted into every audience. This truly truly truly became things tool people just as just. The question is on You know I'm I'm somebody who you make assumptions about charities and charity fundraising and and the process. But is it as simple as more eyeballs more donations or is that is it? Not as linear as that. No I think the the crucial vote was the challenge components So that you know that that was I think Captain Tom showed in my mind was the public. Were willing to to give money to charity. There is obviously a worried. People a consented on the right and finances on a reality But captain told show that people are willing to give money just didn't know how to channel it typically when it came to the NHS so that that is deep seated within our culture in his next rory thing But you just need. You need a trigger to do that. I think people like going to their friends and family saying can you give money to this. Kohl's necessarily particularly now so you need a trigger on the trigger is a challenge and everyone was was out of breath at the end of the as they've gone particularly necessarily incentives a big task someday on something extraordinary things But it was. It was a challenge nevertheless not just gave him the opportunity to go to their friends and families thing. Will you give us money? We didn't know whether more people would just create a fundraising page and then awesome people to donate to that all they would just do a straight donation themselves because they'll be reticent to aspirins family on whose significantly more people go to sensors as she created the fundraising page so again is when these things what well in connect with friends and family around. Will you'll doing so is a double connection people donating because somebody was doing a challenge but it it said it goes back to why marathons Successful because you have a finish line and you've achieved something. You've you've been afraid. Sates the wells. I'm GonNa give this guy you cross. Your finishing line is very literal one when it comes through marathon but in all in on two point six world people doing their their finishing lines and they had them up and down the country and they're in homes and suddenly the challenge essence would was the was the connect to Wi People fell they could then bring charity into the night and asked people to donate on their behalf. Just a finishing off question really in. And it's this is this is from the media here now but also from your background in terms of a human race and its relationship to fundraising. What's the and there's a sort of fashion versus unfashionable question here in terms of well you know what happens to charities that come find a sort of two point six campaign or they come breakthrough in this way and what's the There's also sort of charity stops and starts and where government starts and stops in. What's your you must have thought about this quite a lot over the years and seen some charities just burst through ideas cut through brilliantly in that as as this example that we're talking now and then others who are just as worthy of people's attention and money. Doug what's your take on that? So that landscape question big question and really interesting. Just debated context. Is Mike Colleagues in France and various other Suspicion of Open is around. The world. Don't have that connection. So what what exists is He can get into the debate and the other thing that's financed will government should pay for them will should charities painful mentally what we have in the country is incredible ecosystem of charities and it goes beyond just whether it's You know medical help somebody else. Supporting somebody in his income should that be government responsibility because actually as part of all is a CA- pillory of society and gives people purpose and focus and if foundation set up in loved one's names in this extraordinary dynamic to charity is the value of which is well beyond just purely? Will sit of design to to offer so long. May that rain I think I think in terms of The Christian charities think all relevant to their communities and they're struggling in the moment up and down the country On two point six two gave him something to hang a whole on and talks that communities about so you're gonna find another version of that for themselves in didn't you know August or whatever might be and get back and say we're GONNA rally refined this. You've seen two points crater local ones and and that's just gotTa be these focus points I think in a lot of marketing and sales which affects us. While they're trying to do there is need spike. She calms us as human. They're gonNA cap continuous money coming in so they need stories to get back out with About you know around that we're going to end up in in a broader sense with I think really issue in longer-term around Particularly research by charities think will the NHS Associated Covet Associated Charity Shiloh if you look at Various others crowdfunding situations where there is a significant issue and everyone then migrates giving tools that all much more local issue when it could be a next door. Neighbor needs a Steph and if that third year and you say Riley crowdfunding full my next door neighbor so I think the get getting sliced streams in the in the charity donation weld and on the people suffering could well the the research bodies charities because each to see that this you'll money tent Parisian as quickly so concerned they I mean there will be more people dying of cancer because a coin of ours than would have been the case because either getting tested Arrested together to to to the medics old getting the treatment they need is is effectively and so that will be a long-term indication so the research charities which I'm close to I think again to suffered. They're going to need to connect and you know. They just need to acknowledge they need to tell stories about how that connection with the public and so I think it'll be interesting change in the industry and the whole culture of Charities. I really believe will will change in the next ready job. Six months on three years and possibly forever Charities need to think about that deeply and make sure they connect with the public because the public wants to be connected to when it comes to charities up. It's nine question. Okay well listen it. Well done fantastic in. And what a great. What a great story and well carry on doing what you doing if you can if you and is there anything that in terms of people. Listen to this podcast. What can they do other than.

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"freddie flintoff" Discussed on Answer Me This!

Answer Me This!

08:57 min | 1 year ago

"freddie flintoff" Discussed on Answer Me This!

"And so they chose her to go straight and what was unusual about it is even though her name is not on the cover of the book she was mentioned in the press for the book and in interviews about and she was even interviewed herself about and I think that is rare. Yeah I think it's probably the Internet. That's making people be more honest because the details come out anyway like I. In five years time you'll type in the name of the book and then we can feed your article. Come up saying it was written by so I just kind of thinking away get on top of it and get a get a credible high-calibre name if you can afford it anyway. It's a bit like with them. Elton John's memoir that was ghost written by Lexus. Patrice wasn't it a well-known Guardian music journalist in that case too. I saw his treatise did interviews about writing with Elton John. Because we were interested in that process and yeah. I think that is a positive thing. Isn't it but not everyone is famous. Most people who ghostwriters are professional ghostwriters and their job is to be anonymous. There was a company that was cooled Something syndicates that actually set up syndicates. Ghostwriters churn out. Kids book franchises like the Hardy Boys and Nancy drew So just for decades they would have right turning out because they would turn out more books than is possible really for one person to write or the sweet valley high books which will have Francine Pascal on the cover. But it's famously a team of writers John in them out but I've kind of been a ghostwriter uplift times and I was just paid by the hour rolled the day I wasn't given royalties or a percentage of the publishing deal and I think getting a percentage of a book that sells well is uncommon for a ghostwriter I think usually the paid like a wage or given a lump sum at the start of the project in lump sum upon completion so when Samantha is asking about what their motivations do a good job is to get the second half of their payment basically at the end but also getting hired again by the publisher took more books but I guess it also depends on the relationships that the right to house with the subject. So I understand if you'll being evasive about who you did you guys rising four. That's fine but in that case I know you were writing for essentially a brand basically it was a companion book for TV. Show but if you're writing in someone's voiced where you're representing their life story if you had to go interview them spend time with them. It's been a couple of months with living in their house or whatever I'm then you do build up a personal relationship with that person. And they'll feel a responsibility to you. Maybe not have credit but to have a bit more of an equal share of the funds. You would hope also ghostwriters do a hell of a lot of research. They might spend a year doing research and writing this thing and the person whose name is much bigger on the cover of the name. Macabre might not put in much time. Probably there are celebrity cookbooks. Where the chef in question has never even read the book. But I couldn't believe lazy. I was interested to see on. Gwyneth paltrow's cookbook. It's all good. Her name is on it but then under that it says and Julia tertia in smaller writing but Juliet is a famous cookbook author in her own right when she was doing publicity for the Gwyneth. Paltrow hard to keep saying. She's not ghostwriter like we developed the recipes together. I wrote everything so people are still really touchy about the idea of things. Being ghost written it seems to be a bit of a source of shame for some and that is again why I thought it was interesting to me more was like I couldn't have done a good job so I found someone who could do a good job. Yeah that is interesting. I think that's supposed to change. I've actually been offered a ghostwriter before to write something with my name on it. It was Aena insignificant corporate article in business to business thing. I couldn't remember what it was about. You know I had an offer come through and it was like decent money five hundred quid for a thousand words or something and I thought okay. I could do that. I don't really want to and I was about to refuse and then the person said it's fine. Just take it. We'll put your name on it. We'll get someone else to write it. You can have final copy. And then we'll just put your name and face on it and I just felt uncomfortable about it and then I insisted writing. Even I won't because I know it's odd isn't it because if it was if I was presenting. Tv show and people would assume. I was reading scripts that had been collaborated on by myself and the producer and other people. But there's something about your name and face being put on a piece of print where it's only words on a page like if you didn't write it. What have you done like the word? The words it's acknowledging that point it's you'll brandon. Faisal like whatever small smear celebrity that is what people are coming phone not the quality of the writing the opinions. And that's kind of a little sad for most people who have self respect US exactly. Yeah it's just not that I particularly like but then I can right. I'm not an amazing writer but I don't need to ghostwriter so that's why it would feel like copying out. I suppose well listening about that about autism autism to essentially didn't do their own works. They go oh this is supposed to be like and they have a bunch of assistants who actually make the work of art and I get that. If he's like sewing a shark in half. You probably have to do that on your own. But isn't the point of art that you enjoy the process that you want to be making the thing. If what you're doing like at that point you admitting that your brand and really kind of guy. Yeah I'll get. I'll give people the general idea and they do that. Actual work and that seems really strange to me. Wouldn't you want to be involved with the aspects of the process or the way you didn't in the first place from for both money? Yeah that's the answer instance that you just gave them quite open. It was for the money I remember. My Dad being really pissed off the an art teacher at my school who is a more successful sculptor. The My dad had people in the studio building the stuff for him but then he's like the idea of versus the manufacturer of the idea. But I think with woods. There isn't such a big distinction. Is there also? I guess you know if you're a writer at all and we both are writers a bit that you have the ultimate control on those words when you're the writer. And so actually even though they're editors involved and there's perhaps the person in question whose whose book it's supposed to be really the control lies with the person who's typing the words and I just I wouldn't want to give that up. I think I remember years ago. I really needed money at the time. And I went to be viewed by a guy who was very very rich and wanted someone to strike an enormous book of short stories. He basically wanted a book of short stories where it was hundreds of them and you would open it and read one every day. But he didn't want to write the stories or just want some help he no he wanted just to like give me a load of anecdotes of each turn. Them into witty stories and read one does not just like someone complaining about a parking ticket and as the impossible. I need the money but I can't do it. I've been asked to ghost. Write a book actually once which was really. It came out of nowhere because the only book I've written is book which I write with you. I've never actually written a book and I've certainly never guys written a book but I met a guy it was a it was interviewed for the Molten Man. We tracked him down because we'd had gossip about him but he never spoken on the record before our interview on the podcast and he's at a gay porn star called Trojan Rock. He'd had a very successful career as TV producer when he was in his thirties. Israel names Gavin. The episode is called. There's something about having if you want to find. The episode of the moment and the story was about when he sold his company loads of money and he was still only like forty one or something he decided rather than let south. And you project. Let's retire. Let's buy your. He decided to move to Brazil and become a porn star. And I just really interesting story because it's rare that you hear someone say yeah. I had to money and so I decided to think I really wanted to do the most important stuff so it was an interesting conversation and I guess he just didn't know you just must have felt connected with meal. Thought that I because I was interested in historian and people have asked him about it before and I was open minded. He then wrote me off at Nice to meet you. I want to write my autobiography. Would you write it for me and I thought about it because I think is really interesting? Story but amy apart from the fact that show interest and be why me because I've never written written and I'm not writing so I just said look. I'm trying to focus on my broadcasting work. At the moment it was an interesting opportunity to be offered. I wouldn't set to your review. You Freddie Flintoff autobiography. I'm sorry I think a man had to review it twice once in paper by from one in hardback and Piney. Freddie Flintoff is a pretty funny guy. This was very boring but even given the it's about a subject I'm not hugely invested in so it's like older adults. Men Jeans went to the other side that exactly but it was just so plainy bashed out by someone else and I thought like if you will. He came how you feel about the final product. Hey where it's just totally not really like you a tool. Well obviously fine because he made paperback. Didn't it probably quite happy with the Czech quite happy to see the book? I mean some people. I guess if you'll not like a literary person it just doesn't matter. They probably matters more to ask the conversation. We're having now because we've got English degrees and we care about so thing. I'm not even a big reader but I can read a book and so it would concern me if the book was. Shit other people I guess. Just use them as coffee table ornaments or you buy them for someone as a president elect that person makes Freddie. Flintoff bet is essentially big car. Isn't it.

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"freddie flintoff" Discussed on The Cashflow Show

The Cashflow Show

13:29 min | 1 year ago

"freddie flintoff" Discussed on The Cashflow Show

"When we visit a world of private detectives the philip marlowe sam spade gumshoe private eye that we seen film noir is never far from our minds better better still when we imagine close protection bodyguard work we always think of the late whitney houston and kevin costner in the film the bodyguard but was it really like is the old magnum PI with tom selleck or for british looseness eddie shoestring remember him played by trevor eve well our next guest will shed more than a dimly lit torch on the subject right after the hello and welcome i'm clayton and coke and i'm also the host for the cash displeasure the radio show disguised in the shape of a podcast but with so much most every week you'll be interviewing someone inspiring from the business world and and finding out how this started in business with their trials and tribulations were and how they intend to grow their business in the future we will also be finding out about what they do in this bay any time as well as asking them to fill and the favourite single or album and to share their reasons for doing so so why not join us at the cash flow show it's not just a radio show it's a whole new way of doing business hello and welcome to episode sixteen of the cash flows show with our guest mr richard thomas of thomas yoke investigations richard welcome to the cash flow sean clayton nice to be here excellent thank you after that hyped-up intro i'm i'm going to start with a question that i get asked every networking event i go to how did you get into this how to be probably investigator well that's interesting one hold while yes my most common question we're going back from that so my previous life was a close protection bodyguards to a billionaire i spent ten years on a protection team i'm prior to that i did a lot of embassy work when i first started in need protection for your prior to doing that ten year stints i finished a ten year stint as protection bodyguard also counter surveillance specialist within that role so what's counter surveillance because there are a lot of people hear these these woods and they just hear them from TV and they just don't under the point good point yes i guess in question again yes so you think about surveillance is the arts of following ling recording and gathering intelligence information evidence etc encounters violence you're countering not threats so you're watching for watchers basically he all looking for people watching the principal or the IP normally before hit is always element of surveillance and they gather intelligence they gather routines they find weak spots i hit so counter surveillance is effectively countering not threats so i be out there watching for watchers make sure there's no one got sedans on on a subject or place exxon okay that make that clear as i said there are a lot of people who hear these terms and effectively you just hear them from tv programmes mm films videos etcetera etcetera so for for you to know what it means to explain that at least that helps a lot of our listeners take that on board absolutely yes going on from the question going on being accounts advance specialist gave me a lot of experience as surveillance specialist in general and i took not skill on after the break and started my own privatization business the work i do is surveillance okay so we're going to go go into that and one of the first things i wanted to ask is there you've taken these skills and experience that you've had in counter surveillance and surveillance and close protection -tection work is this your first business this is affecting my very first major business yes was such yes okay is there anything else that that you would have done if he hadn't been for this or do you the die was cast and you were you were going to be doing this anyway the answer to that is i've been chasing using simon all my life and i continue to choice like simon i'm forty four now in two thousand nine hundred eighty nine so i couldn't imagine a life without chasing excitement couldn't be sitting in an office on the old enough yet to say office relaxed and sit back and let people do work for me so as a true answer to that question already early onset don't know what else i'll be doing i've kind of rolled and folded in beaten molded and pushed not pushed fall in quite nicely into my path sport me here while i am today and i'm very happy where i am now so i wouldn't really change it of the lots of exciting jobs going i'm back and things but yeah i'm really pleased where i am now doing this it's exciting and it will continue to be exciting i think is it also exciting the fact you like a lot of people who set up yourselves to be entrepreneurs are in love with the idea of controlling your own destiny -solutely yes that was a major thing why i i when i was a bodyguard to the billion ten years takes its toll on my soul to this person if this person six weeks on on a straight on a visit six week strike it takes its toll i had no control such over that so yes that was one of the reasons that i started miam- business and took the big plunge i'm controlling my own destiny an MIT thomas such you know in terms of close protection because people don't really use the word bodyguard anymore it could come close protection is there i wouldn't say politically correct but it's the it's the maneuver tango term for that and you see i've i've seen a couple of people who've been up on lincoln who say that they offer those close protection services is there a particular route that you go through in order to to become that easy or do you just wake up see i've got some muscle i've worked at the GM already i actually don't think muscle people look at people and judge which is a natural actual human instinct people look at me i'm not the average bodyguard i'm not six six say maud island krav maga which is a the martial art combat which is ready special forces are trained on i felt so i need some special training alongside mass production costs but the the path to the eighties he's course affectively through the sl what set aside the essay as the security industry authority by government regulation for the industry of the whole security industry okay that's the path i chose i chose when i chose i'll tell you my path from the beginning of security i started off at the bottom i working govan house hotel in park lane okay i was a security supervisor there i'm forty events i'm not that not that you'll hoteling guests side but for the event section a native big big events the mercury music awards evenings with freddie flintoff for example a lots of celebrities coming in they've got the great white room she's underground there's two thousand capacity so shows you the volume of people can be in the an i started there and the bodyguards used to come in with with the celebrities they say what are you going to get your license you know it might give you more than us to to to look at an data itis wet offing bodyguard license masha lots komo trading and i was looking to progress and i was looking to get interviews and get on teams and get into the the tennis didn't with the lady i was looking after birth without the time but it's not the only thing you need officially is a licensed club station license and you can say you're detection optical but he got of you wanna say so that's that's the only re-met any i it's difficult as well to apply thought license without sioni reman to say that you are a operative or bodyguards is very interesting interesting because i suppose to a certain extent people usually offer their services as you imagine in in usually what was some sort of a and i usually use the american aspect of private investigations or close protection work you know i worked for two hundred dollars a day plus expenses it's usually something like that but what i'm fascinated about is they're setting up shop and effectively saying right richard thomas thomas thomas your investigations how did that come about because there's there must have been a leap from just saying right i'm going to get these certificates i'm going to get this training to and actually saying right this is becoming a fully fledged business how did you manage to make that leap so it would form into a clear business is now yeah that's no easy it's not easy decision to take any scale our self employed too many years often put right through my close protection time of the ten eleven twelve years a total time i did it when you start limited company i think the pressure on a little bit more on i think it's a big jump in fact that this is a company this is may behind it and the pressure to make it work and the pressure to be a success it's quite a daunting task it's it's a difficult leap to make them how experience you are it's daunting task without house without a doubt but i i i took a shot with experienced enough i had the right path is the path pretty much planned out into mitigation will lutts investigation work on that honeywell's going with it so yes it's it's it's a difficult leap without a doubt you've now have the idea that you're going to take that leap how do you get get clients don't put an ad in the standard that says prime minister taylor for high no yeah mike it's quite difficult ideal networking you sort of see what works you see what doesn't when you first start out with some difficult time now you do coast issue do training you you you know the the marketings massive mocked business so important that you know you need clients in anything mocked walked in where it's worked for me me as a person i'm a people person often low networking over the recent times to promote my business and that's what's really worked for me it's about me in front of a person building relationships up on that's what's really worked for me people can get to know me as a person who are really on the tree remake and then that's where referrals not coming in and people come back and also the quality of my work as well contributes i'll be given a chance by one or two she didn't work for the companies and assistance of coal misako that was really good job which should you know you might be really useful to us to remind if we see some work on it's obsolete lena china end up being put on trial a little bit of pre myself from through certain companies up in a good job on pretty tight with my pipework which is important what i do didn't know the documentation mutation so i've kind of proof not way and with the long the network committee who i am i don't wait any to sow no myself cells myself if you wanna the cost and i think that's the mistake that a lot of people make i think i suppose if you're a marketeer and you're listening to this you probably going to have a completely different outlook but i think that marketing really just helps to underline what's already there i think you can sell rubbish if you live for one of a better expression by marketing it gerald retina wants to burma said that about his jury end unfortunately crashed his business so that was slightly disingenuous of the reality of the situation is is that if you do good work people do notice and it's amazing people observe and watch what you doing business and become aware of and the fact is i think most people involved in investigations close protection they don't go to networking meetings correct i learned that from when i'm doing my late payment that recovery type work most when i go somewhere somebody says i've never met somebody like you before i don't if they've never met anybody like like me but not doing doing what what what we do as a business so that's really quite interesting and i think that if people have the nerve to get up and go uh-huh meet people and show that i am a real person this is what i do there are practical aspects of how it may help you in terms of because you you have a fit in terms of your business with lots of different areas i mean the natural fit instantly is always going to be solicited for you isn't it exactly okay yeah and who are the type of people that use your kind of service this is definitely the bulk of my work that will give me probably seventy percent of my work whether it's post assuming documents over at surveillance work truck and tracing that's all the thing i'll just german investigation door knocking but the general public you know you never know who might just want someone followed up to finding people as well funny people's even even data tracing now the way the world's in the last three or four five years in going detroit things become quite big even for the private landlords cooking the family on the website some so i'm a member these subjects in which he's investigators saw on the farm on on that and of course made which which is the ted dimona in fifteen grand please can you help us find him now and i'll do so the general public lots of that now earn an HR department some.

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"freddie flintoff" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"freddie flintoff" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

"Molly this nurse and raffaelle was another nurse they would just so patient and kind and it was just very moving i drove back to to richmond last night so i could come into london to the podcast in manchester today but this was a high point of the week i could do things happen one listened to five live roberto zone and i forgot it was six oh six this is on the saturday night and i on the second is won't be presenting this show and i know he's presented before but i've never actually heard him present and it was absolutely i eight to admit it we normally hammer he was absolutely brilliant the way handed the coals thrown to the news the guest really really good go what's you fred on sport relief catch up and i looked down on twitter somebody he said the audience in manchester sound to get your kids off i'd never heard of this acronym before dill f it was a twitter do say that so you wear the so the waistcoat cathy sit next to me all the service said i would say freddie flintoff look that good oh oh this what's that like a dick it how was it this is presenting abc massive show in a strange way to balance because thursday night i did the show friends and then june the shore twenty talk about infection i got one in me hand junior shore hoped me i'm getting sort on source will side chuck me i'm into mom put so the show i went to saw spill myself sauce so within show and i was gonna say exactly the same thing about the nhs staff it was unbelievable you go into look after i was a little bit embarrassed about going in because sometimes you go so a unless you pour me blood or something bro you think bay that so as explained in us and the only reason i've him i was trying to because spoilt tomorrow night and so isn't a couple of hours and the staffer amazing check me out ineffectually an affectionate me on tracking blood clots before so i was a bit concerned kabila pick now looks after i got home spoke a breakfast eight o'clock on friday morning in about three and.

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"freddie flintoff" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"freddie flintoff" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

"He doesn't add it down create a magic no worked as an girl triplett reserved will pay com guys actually hoped that person that good because episode three is on delight because off the rock may fred chattering about the importance of a worklife balance mr flynn off is fly hoped of a yorker ferick oprah no no no he's going to call bra i mean he's not even a family over this what are they saying i've got to shoot this spring similar catalogue for a well known called them brown instead of billion job i'm not putting this before you guys well i am this time blood i kinda guy i'll be so busy on the beach i mean for augusta cannot countenance who studio anything so off the pulled the podcast on ice for a week by okay the full holes if you were withdrawn was supposed to be calm i mean i suggest that you should do the podcast without me apparently they won't they'll boardman in newport that uh the threat like go in touch with both that race that they and he said all second pit freddie flintoff because you've been subpoenaed from the wall set we'll wait we could we could attract you got what we you did did it i've been i've been working i've been trying to find the house must oh yeah yeah i've been combated civil and didn't sign have pay for kosovo i bet if you jump zone saw i apologize for my temporary breaking communications.

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"freddie flintoff" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"freddie flintoff" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

"He doesn't add it down create a magic no worked as an girl triplett reserved will pay com guys actually hoped that person that good because episode three is on delight because off the rock may fred chattering about the importance of a worklife balance mr flynn off is fly hoped of a yorker ferick oprah no no no he's going to call bra i mean he's not even a family over this what are they saying i've got to shoot this spring similar catalogue for a well known called them brown instead of billion job i'm not putting this before you guys well i am this time blood i kinda guy i'll be so busy on the beach i mean for augusta cannot countenance who studio anything so off the pulled the podcast on ice for a week by okay the full holes if you were withdrawn was supposed to be calm i mean i suggest that you should do the podcast without me apparently they won't they'll boardman in newport that uh the threat like go in touch with both that race that they and he said all second pit freddie flintoff because you've been subpoenaed from the wall set we'll wait we could we could attract you got what we you did did it i've been i've been working i've been trying to find the house must oh yeah yeah i've been combated civil and didn't sign have pay for kosovo i bet if you jump zone saw i apologize for my temporary breaking communications.

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"freddie flintoff" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"freddie flintoff" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

"Uber ever every was ranked programs rachel israel israel is not always it was not all ireland appealing seismological hard move on post poll has found out last week with the flatter ideally fight we all believe in quicksand i don't believe in here i just believe in the hard because anyway i do well i do feel about iran royce glaze living leads living the reallife via the real wildcat an hit and this production was former england cricket star andrew freddie flintoff who was not only make it stays debuts kevin but bravely in a big new musical two he actually pre good as the tough fiancee who need a ruse the big day although is singing voice power especially when he takes some pragmatic jude in stuck on you monju whatever's limitations is fair to say this was exum walk pregnant affiliate you've reading out loud exum factor as the late eight pendleton jet about three to three minutes already efendic asked that it's the same will use nautical fifty do whatever is to say this was by far the best musical theatre debut by a man who was walking the ashes for this comes less of it back on on ever relievers denies the view by that i've seen the quickly captured and the last review bless a pretty positive and the last one on magazine kevin play by none other than broadcast and crickets an alleged andrew faith flynn self having retired early from cricket to recurring knee injury flinch of a slow themselve just about every unlikely activity offer to a and use the emerge triumphant most people could not even say the name freddie flint's off without a smile on the faces and the guy is the naked with his role in fought friends he asked us surprisingly pleasant singing voice on ambled is way through the role of kevin like a walk in the park he's a great foil for the exuberant penjor and as an an extremely likeable character orders field you can go.

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"freddie flintoff" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"freddie flintoff" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

"Only comes of goes say this forward andrew people that it was so daunting 'cause means that went on the stage each fred took his backstage before the doors open and what beautiful say it's it leeds and as i called none of the not it is so it takes a huge balls to tis hazari we'll talking like directional light sapa your dog the everyone's have you been set theater not not the one in leads could get his i opiates is on those same if the orange tree enrichment is tiny voice big this is a big massive property it said it it you know you saying that you don't look out to see the people that you know because it increases the pressure we common you'll you can see the first four rowing because it's dis stock when you playing cricket and you're dead and mum would come to molds would you go and spot where they will at near exactly where they were right is fine arab donald so i thought he was i'm not saying it but i was surprised how good he was the act him was brilliant in always singing was good y'all goods look i certainly a couple of years before he says what it was like so this is from huddersfield paper andrew freddie flintoff captured nice put them kevin well elvis she's not ob one letsie of laps but sadly his vocals just winds up to the task mieno anyone is going to be challenged at and with jody but her talent only made his average abilities of our opiates all as an actor the crickets in style captured the lease accident well but at times he was a church warden in his delivery.

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"freddie flintoff" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"freddie flintoff" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Have you that's what happened was incredibly exciting i think there's a game in this somehow it was actually more wracking play roulette quite low just casually every now and again for fun and he's a steep against by that company with but the we can very clear we were like one or two slots away from winning i'm one of our numbers to see it government is alex he was very exciting a nerve wracking and when you're trying to lose the money to the danger nick is a very old exists in very we'd places while you're yes it's really weird and there was a slow it said if we had one erode remote be dead anyway as a low of gangsters around and but it's gone is foreseen it to refute we now know it was but it wasn't like it was like a thousand pounds it wasn't like a huge maybe eight hundred pounds we bag under bright hundred pounds on two numbers but even eight hundred pounds underground sums 35 is not a massive amount of we all to hear law by show the no interest in there it was interesting show to be part of the show i was on the world that's true that was quite unusual as season cowman did it with a thing freddie flintoff khan remember who the other people i'm going to turn the did well because if we pool that was just for your play until they were put mathenge told me they went up like a mountain nearly died instantly send much worse their bush is how would you spend money alabama to a hanggliding or something sense about cheese here we dressed up in opera costumes and here we did do and then we just ended up giving money away to the area.

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"freddie flintoff" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

04:58 min | 4 years ago

"freddie flintoff" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

"Oh it did was try his best few serve volleys in matthew size taken offense it was totally rational the suddenly i don't know what it is you kind of focus on one particular thing about somebody and you take it out of all proportion interviewed him fantastic guy fascinating psychology courteous lovely same with cristiano renaldo had infra him a lot of people understand why them i met him interviewed him talked very movingly about his daddy was an alcoholic compulsive away when he was in his late teens early twenties i loved his mental toughness again very courteous completely different to the image ahead of him did you feel you feel these folks did you feel must come on it's weird how we suddenly have hatred of somebody we've never met in for reasons of the completely unreasonable sampras i still don't understand why i reacted so vis girly against a bit let me give you one more be savage you got a call from jono from five live so we're gonna do this podcast three sportspeople talk into each other about sports about psychology about whatever you want to discuss freddie flintoff is one of the muscle yet good guy up for that israel be ropy savage and also it usual mind to outspoken to to into his hair then i meet roby you know we haven't met often off a dozen times right guy again the complete gap between what you think somebody's going to be like really like so the question on posing to freddie i is there anyone you've gotten a rational hatred is there anybody the is a fantastic person who turns out when you actually meet them to be the opposite irrational yeah i didn't i'm more people right if i see someone i'm getting older whether it be imposed on saturday or era i form instant instant opinions and there's no gray with me buckle high and i must admit robbie i i had an opinion of image light you is completely completely wrong but it does a few john mcenroe not have an aso aso can't be serious oh exactly that exactly that shout scream you can't be seriously shout so the refugees dined out on this for years and years and years shouted at people and he came on legal the wrong and all that so before he comes home was oh johnson bob moon yukos's is a fifty year old man telling to grow up and he comes on absolutely ruined the david bowie song didn't any better is guitar these nice no no no you go no you go i mean really right he started he started going on right it's not asking him about why used to shout and scream and he says it's a passion this and that and i said well i don't get it met you and you can let this he he said said why maybe maybe you should something like i said no i'll go so much pride for that so he's a bit prickly mcenroe oh yeah mcenroe pinson matthew pinson is quiet unassuming doozy's role noble i see mantell you vomit that my few pinson get off on that him and i did meet him but it that program fifteen so one remember that will you get the questions one goes after van robinson and he was on with all the olympia ins and he's there and i'm scouring immigrants the room and then we're on stage and after each round someone gets voted off and it's i know there's no clear loser this round but matthew pinson is the strongest link of the round so he gets the choice if voted me off snow votes him y'all know i'll tell you what if looks could kill matthew pinson damage them you my pinson probably a lovely fellow of formula one even just driving a car a very high speed you've ever have you ever given to go yeah i wasn't very good at every everyone was going smell is the best dr write a goal cafet twenty minutes you a shot at the end pedagogue kids one's unibond how'd you get fan the only reason i could think you would get a goal six for christmas title driving a car do you got the suits on you go ole is a drive to devon family gal thinking oh i'm so tired i've been jiving you drive y'all kaffa me it's i it'll don't get get it it that that because you're tired how you saw the pedal you telling me a time you drive three or four hours you're gonna put you that out the window put the dog would you be rent you.

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"freddie flintoff" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

02:33 min | 4 years ago

"freddie flintoff" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

"Going around the grounds i was playing couldn't really move a new it was coming to an end and i kid myself and i tried to come back him back and it was in a hotel in glasgow i went to see the specialist look after someone else an over eggs benedict he just turned around and said you going to do something else now you you you spent and the realize it because i've been kidding myself for so long i will come back from this just dawned them as i what am i going well i'm not gonna do what what what am i did you know what you went to the big bus so because i watched that what's with you know on on on a morning managed to gal bed because you wear freddie flint's of yours put yourself down because you wear one of the best rounders the country's ever seen less the five four in the ashes series you know 'cause you'll you couldn't accept the fact that you could no longer play cricket when you went in the big bash knowing that you couldn't do you waive freddie flintoff you wet not all around the hero was that for straight interesting that you go in anything can if only i was the freddie of ten fifteen years ago no joe gino nuts ornament i got so frustrated the fight that i couldn't do what i wanted to do i couldn't vilna pombo at nine hundred on our butts enough foul or i i couldn't ruin it in the field i couldn't do the things at once it's but however as hard as a found in his bite as a team and myself i don't think i've ever enjoy playing cricket as much for years because i never thought i get the chance to do it and sometimes as a player the games that come so thick and fast that you take it for granted you don't stand in the field at wards or old trafford and you don't look around and you don't take your all in and you don't realize how good this is the time when i was in the big bash what three years ago i was doing more of that than i see saying i was just thinking i will kim i how how is it i am doing this i felt like a child again and i wish that it'd take him not through all the way through my career when i was a professional but when it stops we've seen in so many instances of people who took over retirement it's almost like for me at thirty one i was sixteen again when i was sixteen old trafford i walked into a dressing room i was unsure of myself i didn't know if i belong but then through creaky i got a sense of that and then when you go into the media institute v inzerillo i felt like a sixteen year old boy again he's not quite sure what he's doing trying to carve out a living doing something else and as much as i've been so look i've lived swapping offer.

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"freddie flintoff" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

03:31 min | 5 years ago

"freddie flintoff" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

"Charitable motives whistle tick may okay beca roby we'll see we'll take well first and foremost when you david beckmann great footballer was he a great football football fan tells you changed from great brilliant i think he's a great footballer i think massively under this could be a topic for another time but think about eight you've got sent off for england it was turned into a dot ball by the daily mirror burned an effigy people said he'd be finished it was booed away grounds yet to go under armed guard into some of the stadiums he was second and fee for world player the won the treble and i went back and watch the games on dvd beckham was a rock brilliant taker a free kicks but he was so active on the pitch incredible footballer yeah okay i'll just ask that question to me is the type of person if you sportsman if you've got a big mormon in a game and you want someone to take you on i would have david beckham right in the threes grace old trafford your england very cake the free kick long massive the question you're asking is do i think david beckham should've and so two things first of all i just wanted to get you'll take them whether or not you think it's unfair that is not allowed to want to get recognition for his charity work with that i think he should be get recognized i think he's been a great role model for england great britain i think if you look at people who have knighthoods mainly olympians i would suggest i would say that david beckham should have a knighthood considered the other people who have won it is a lot for unicef unicef of you of you rightly said whatever he goes you know in the world he's he's recognizable great charity where i think that david beckham considering the names oh the people who've had when i've googled people you know surprisingly wiggins sa chris hoi sin nick faldo i'm going through all kinds of spoil cricket ian both them a flat six or more fodder dame jessica and hill sebastian coe dame kelly holmes so i'm not list david beckham in my opinion should be okay and i'm going to throw this away forgot forget forgive the question so i think beckham is a great role model and there's been an important i con for for the country but i do have a bit of a problem with sports people getting on us they're just doing the job for crying out loud i mean you're doing your job getting paid very well so people are selflessly giving that time to social causes into the community should get recognized by the queen freddie flintoff mba yeah what's your take on this you know what you know i'm very proud to be a member of the british empire i started full i think so i i really out you'll never know rob you know what i think i think nail on the head we go to the two thousand and five but against we'd won't before that but essentially it was for that six week period and we got all these things thrown out as gotten the freemen oppressed sports personality of the year and mba familiar on the freemen of press i can now drink in every pub for free but on jake i can walk me sheep through to sound sensor and if i got so drunk the police can set meal but i tried that when i was younger and it's open to their hours.

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"freddie flintoff" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

03:32 min | 5 years ago

"freddie flintoff" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

"And he stayed i said yeah i love that thanks very much for profit him till then we decided me contract you have fifty five i ended but you've used you've us another clubs offer to you to get more than the clip it up but y'all saying you just it's interesting that the loyalty that you had to lend well but is sufficient for him to take off of what you could going back to the dress room saying interesting what freddie said earlier when you said you don't think you have a hud digestion but for me knowing as i do and seeing you as this larger than life character bit shy people don't know you but on the field yeah and then address room i would i would imagine that because y'all freddie flintoff because y'all this big massive personality i was thinking automatically you would have the gesture them you me to say i don't think i ever had them because everybody wants to be you may i think i'm not sure if i ever had it because you think of a cricket side of football team any sports team you put a group of people together the only thing they've got in common is the player that sport you don't have to be friends you don't have to get on i probably have three or four friends in the dressing room i had team is and then there are people wouldn't even cross the street for but i'm not bothered if we go in that field with a common goal when oprah in the sand direction that's fine however when i was captain that didn't really happen some of it was my vote the way in which i went about things i think is a captain of the pressures outside on the field got to me a little bit so i didn't react to them in the way in which i should probably drank a little bit too much at times behavior it was a little bit radic from time to time and then also because we get in beetle people they go into himself it's almost like a protective instinct for people there look the wrong game look after himselves it'd be people in corners tolkien and backed by not just about me about others and then once that happens a set your knock it on there's nothing you can do andrews playing against a very good team all fascinating insight into this the chaotic reality of what it's like to be a modern dressing room just last word on west on less the city will they stay up freddie i watched them against onesie and i'm saying nor nor i think the shots i think they've gone i think i think dave because they've experienced it two years ago and they've showed the mental attributes to survive and then the mental attribute to go on to win the primarily what everybody said the cons i sit and they've got that mental strength mental capability to survive yes along with the will be i think they will pull the looking the looking ragged i think they're going to start so david beckham michael celebrity great footballer his private emails were hacked his privacy was intruded upon and we now know that in the charity work he was doing for unicef he also happen to want to get a knighthood and was pretty damn upset when he wasn't given one partly for tax reasons but i wanna get down into the nature of modern celebrity and sport and partly let's not off with this i don't think there's anything wrong with somebody doing work for charity wanting to help kids and at the same time wanting to get recognition for it seems to me that you can be altruistic and have selfish plus well.

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