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Andy Zaltzman bids adieu to the sporting summer, reflecting on Ryan Lochte telling porkies; the controversy surrounding the Paralympics; and the world’s biggest scrumThe Guardian
 
Andy is joined by comedians Russell Howard and Steve Williams to look back on the highlights from the first week in Rio, including Michael Phelps medal haul and the British team getting off the markThe Guardian
 
Andy Zaltzman is joined by comedian Andy Parsons and the Guardian’s Emma John to ruminate on golf’s oldest championship; the intricacies of the Tour de France; and the merits of bridge as an Olympic eventThe Guardian
 
Andy Zaltzman is joined by comedian Mark Steel and the Guardian’s Nick Miller to discuss Joey Chestnut’s heroic feats in the world of competitive eating; Roger Federer’s Indian summer at Wimbledon; and the day the peloton rode through Tunbridge WellsThe Guardian
 
Andy Zaltzman is joined by comedian Nish Kumar and the Guardian’s Paul MacInnes and Jacob Steinberg to discuss the future of the one-handed backhand, the Estonian hold in the Wife Carrying World Championships, and new post-Brexit stops on the sporting calendarThe Guardian
 
Andy Zaltzman is joined by comedian Carl Donnelly and the Guardian’s John Ashdown to look back on the US Open and the Cleveland Cavaliers winning the NBA Finals. Plus, the rise of MMA, a preview of Anthony Joshua’s upcoming bout with Dominic Breazeale, and the World Nettle Eating ChampioshipsThe Guardian
 
Andy Zaltzman is joined by comedian Al Murray and the Guardian’s Barry Glendenning to discuss the Euro 2016-less sporting week, including Royal Ascot, the Rugby Union summer internationals and the London chessboxing championshipsThe Guardian
 
In the first of our new comedy-and-sport-but-definitely-non-football podcast series, Andy Zaltzman is joined by Mark Steel and Emma John to talk tennis, cricket, boxing and, er, curlingThe Guardian
 
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