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Talking Tigers, the Official Richmond podcast

English, Sports, 1 season, 134 episodes, 4 days, 22 hours, 29 minutes
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The official podcast of the Richmond Football Club, starring Richmond icon and multi-media megastar, Matthew Richardson, with co-hosts resident Club journalist/Tiger 'tragic', Tony Greenberg and long-time Tiger member/VFL insider Brenton 'Manfred' Mann
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Talking Tigers: Round 15 BYE

The latest episode of the groundbreaking Talking Tigers podcast has all the wash-up from Dustin Martin’s 300-game milestone at the MCG last Saturday. The TT team discuss how Dusty’s remarkable drawing power and the might of the Tiger Army combined to produce an extraordinary attendance number, and a truly memorable event. Also on this week’s show, there is a tribute to star midfielder Tim Taranto, who was a Tiger standout in Dusty’s milestone match. In the “Going up the Country” segment, the focus is on a small Victorian town that produced a dual Jack Dyer Medallist and Richmond captain. While in the “Spirit of ‘74”, champion Richmond rover Kevin Bartlett, so dominant during the 1974 season, finally gets the seal of approval from legendary opposition coach Ron Barassi. For all things Yellow and Black, tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
6/18/202456 minutes, 20 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 14 Dusty's 300th

It’s all about Dusty on the latest episode of Talking Tigers. The premier podcast pays special tribute to Richmond champion Dustin Martin in the lead-up to his 300th AFL game. There is plenty of reminiscing on Dusty’s remarkable finals feats and his glorious Grand Final achievements. And the TT team discuss where he ranks among the Club’s all-time greats. Also on this week’s show, Richmond’s stirring win against Adelaide at Adelaide Oval last Thursday night is thoroughly examined, with a strong call for a talented Tiger cub to receive a rising star nomination. The “Going up the Country” segment is particularly timely, featuring the small Victorian town that Dusty grew up in. While in the “Spirit of ‘74”, the focus is on a furious Richmond official, in further fallout from the Windy Hill brawl. For all things Yellow and Black, tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
6/11/202452 minutes, 41 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 13

Talking Tigers was a man down for this week’s show, but if you think that in any way diminished the premier podcast’s productivity, think again . . . It’s another bumper episode of TT, with the two other team members picking up the slack in superb style. There is plenty of love for the latest victim of Richmond’s ruptured ACL scourge, Mykelti Lefau, while the positives out of the Tigers’ spirited effort against Geelong last Saturday night are dissected, along with the impressive performances at VFL level of the Club’s two mid-season rookie selections Jacob Blight and Campbell Gray. The “Spirit of ‘74” takes a look at another outstanding display by champion Tiger rover Kevin Bartlett during the 1974 season. And the “Going up the Country” segment features a Victorian town that housed a secret air force base during World War 2, and subsequently produced a Richmond player of the 1980s, who holds a unique record in the AFL/VFL competition. For all things Yellow and Black, tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
6/4/202443 minutes, 49 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 12

Richmond’s brave effort in last Saturday night’s Dreamtime at the ‘G’ blockbuster is front and square on the latest episode of the Club’s premier podcast Talking Tigers. There is a special focus on the dynamic Dreamtime display of Tiger champion Dustin Martin, with the TT team also examining the impressive performances of Shai Bolton, Dion Prestia, Toby Nankervis, Noah Balta, Hugo Ralphsmith, Mykelti Lefau, Seth Campbell, Kane McAuliffe, Thomson Dow and Tom Brown. The “Spirit of ‘74” takes a look at a Bulldogs star who was traded to the Tigers this time 50 years, and went on to play an important role in the 1974 Grand Final triumph over North Melbourne. And the “Going up the Country” segment features a Victorian town, prominent in the state’s gold rush period, that produced a gold-class player and cult hero for Richmond. For all things Yellow and Black, tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
5/28/202453 minutes, 6 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Dreamtime at the 'G

Although the past couple of weeks have been tough for Richmond supporters, there is plenty of positive light shed for them on the latest episode of the Club’s premier podcast Talking Tigers. The promise shown by talented, young midfield duo Kane McAuliffe and Thomson Dow is an example of this positiveness, as is the form of triple premiership pair Daniel Rioli and Dion Prestia. And Richmond’s strong draft hand at the end of the year also is a hot topic of discussion on this week’s show. In the popular “Spirit of ‘74” segment, the focus is on a sensational player swap that took place between the Tigers and Geelong this time 50 years ago. For all things Yellow and Black, tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
5/21/202448 minutes, 8 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 10

Talking Tigers pays special tribute to outgoing Richmond CEO Brendon Gale in the latest episode of the Club’s premier podcast. The TT team suggest that a statue at Punt Road of “The Chief” would be an appropriate way of honouring him for all that he has achieved throughout his tenure at Tigerland. Also on this week’s show, there’s a call for Richmond supporters to stick together in the face of tough times for the Tigers right now, and keep the brighter, bigger picture in mind. In the popular new “Going Up the Country” segment, the focus is on a small Victorian town that produced a No. 1 draft pick for Richmond. And, in the “Spirit of ‘74”, the 50-year anniversary of the infamous Windy Hill brawl on May 18 is remembered, in all its fury. For all things Yellow and Black, tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
5/14/202453 minutes, 40 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 9

In the latest episode of Talking Tigers, the premier podcast panel members pay tribute to a trio of triple premiership players who are busting their guts trying to lift the current undermanned, inexperienced Richmond side. Also on this week’s show, Tiger great Matthew Richardson has a bold prediction about the team’s exciting new forward Mykelti Lefau. In the popular, nostalgic “Spirit of ’74” segment, there is a remarkable tale of a fishing trip that went horribly wrong for a Richmond star on the eve of an important game this time 50 years ago. And in “Chief Watch”, ‘Richo’ ponders why ‘The Chief’ has been strangely low key of late, and if it is a sign of something pretentious that he’s planning. For all things Yellow and Black, tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
5/7/202456 minutes, 18 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 8

The exciting development of talented Tiger cub Maurice Rioli Jr is a hot topic of discussion on the latest episode of Richmond’s premier podcast Talking Tigers. Richmond great Matthew Richardson outlines the impressive improvement in Rioli’s game this season, and tells why he has become such an important member of the Yellow and Black line-up. Also on this week’s show, the TT panel highlight the individual player positives out of the Anzac Day Eve match against Melbourne, with particular attention paid to Jacob Hopper, Mykelti Lefau, Hugo Ralphsmith, Thomson Dow, Marlion Pickett, Nathan Broad, Tom Brown and Tylar Young. The popular, new “Going Up the Country” segment spotlights a small Victorian town where the brother of an Australian Test cricketer was recruited from by Richmond. In the “Spirit of ’74”, a young Mike Sheahan reports in The Age newspaper on the John Pitura saga hotting up, with South Melbourne going to extreme lengths to ensure its rebel star never pulls on a Richmond guernsey, despite the Tigers offering plenty of money and some players to the Swans in exchange for his services. While in “Chief Watch”, ‘Richo’ reveals why ‘The Chief’ is filthy with a member of the TT team. For all things Yellow and Black, tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
4/30/202450 minutes, 31 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 7 Anzac Eve

Talking Tigers has a bumper post-bye episode this week. Although there is no Richmond match to review, the Club’s premier podcast is jampacked with Yellow and Black news, views, ideas, history lessons, humour and entertainment. The TT team assess Adem Yze’s start to his coaching tenure at Tigerland and are full of praise for what he’s doing in the face of the Club’s injury plight. ‘Richo’ reflects on his debut season with Richmond in 1993, when the Tigers used nearly every player on their list, finished with just four wins, but made a significant rise up the ladder the following year. The popular, new Going Up The Country segment focuses on a small Victorian town that produced a triple Tiger premiership player and Team of the Century member. While in the Spirit of ’74, there is a review of Richmond’s fiery heavyweight clash with 1973 Grand Final opponent Carlton in Round 3 of the 1974 season. For all things Yellow and Black, tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
4/23/202449 minutes, 18 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 6 BYE

Richmond great Matthew Richardson expresses his delight with the developing forward craft of Mykelti Lefau on the latest episode of the Club’s premier podcast Talking Tigers. ‘Richo’ tells why the four-game Tiger forward can become an important, long-term member of the Richmond line-up. Also on this week’s show, the TT team discuss the silver lining in the Tigers’ current injury crisis. The popular, new Going Up The Country segment takes a look at an extremely small Victorian town that produced a Jack Dyer Medallist. While in the Spirit of ’74, there is a review of Richmond’s Round 2 match against Fitzroy 50 years ago, when the fired-up Tigers went on an incredible, first-quarter rampage. For all things Yellow and Black, tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
4/16/202444 minutes, 28 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 5

The latest episode of Talking Tigers has an in-depth analysis of Richmond’s fighting effort in the Gather Round clash with St Kilda at Norwood Oval. There is a particular focus on Shai Bolton’s scintillating showing, which thrilled the travelling Tiger throng and local fans alike. The rapier-like right boot of talented, young Richmond defender Tom Brown also receives due recognition on the show. ‘Richo’ pays tribute to a veteran Tiger, whose strong form and inspirational leadership is flying under the radar. While in the popular Spirit of ’74 segment, there is a review of Richmond’s Round 1 match against Hawthorn 50 years ago, including some extremely strong sentiments expressed by Tigers captain and champion centre half-forward Royce Hart. For all things Yellow and Black, tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
4/9/202449 minutes, 23 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 4

  The latest episode of Talking Tigers revels in Richmond’s rousing victory over Sydney at the MCG last Sunday. There is delighted discussion among the TT team about Nick Vlastuin’s brilliant, brick-wall defence, Shai Bolton setting the tone for the Tigers with his electric start to the game, Tim Taranto returning to his 2023 Jack Dyer Medal-winning form, Daniel Rioli’s blitzing bursts out of the backline, AFL career-best performances by Maurice Rioli Jr. and Ben Miller, the promise shown by talented young players Seth Campbell, Tom Brown, Thomson Dow and Tyler Sonsie, and Mykelti Lefau’s two team-lifting goals. Richmond great Matthew Richardson tells how star key forward Tom Lynch’s latest long-term injury could prove to be a silver lining for him. ‘Richo’ also offers his opinion on who should replace Lynch for Sunday’s Gather Round clash with St Kilda at Adelaide’s Norwood Oval. And in the popular, new “Going Up The Country” segment, the focus is on a small Victorian town that produced two Richmond players, including an extremely popular, valuable member of the 1980 premiership team. For all things Yellow and Black, tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
4/2/202455 minutes, 36 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 3

The latest episode of Talking Tigers highlights how Richmond’s current on-field situation can generate excitement among Yellow and Black barrackers. One member of the TT panel is particularly excited by the imminent AFL debut of a talented Tiger teenager, predicting he will develop into a star of the competition. In the “Spirit of ‘74” segment, reliving Richmond’s triumphant 1974 year, the focus is on Ian Stewart’s shock retirement announcement on the eve of the season, before a quick backflip by the champion centreman due to a strange reason. And the new “Going Up The Country” segment looks at a Victorian town that produced a Richmond high-flyer who subsequently became a Brownlow Medallist at another club. For all things Yellow and Black, tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
3/26/202454 minutes, 9 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 2

Richmond’s brave performance against Carlton in Round 1 is front and square on the latest episode of the Club’s premier podcast Talking Tigers. The TT team reflect on the fighting spirit within the Richmond side and pay special tribute to the efforts on the night of star players Nick Vlastuin, Noah Balta and Toby Nankervis. There’s plenty of discussion around who will fill the Tigers’ key defensive posts for Sunday’s match against Port Adelaide, along with a comprehensive preview of the clash. In the “Spirit of ‘74” segment, reliving Richmond’s triumphant 1974 season, Tigers captain and champion centre half-forward Royce Hart tells The Age newspaper it is only a matter of time before he is forced into premature retirement because of a chronic condition. And in the new “Going Up The Country” segment, the focus is on a Victorian town that produced a key member of Richmond’s drought-breaking 1967 premiership line-up, who later became the father of one of the Club’s all-time greats. For all things Yellow and Black, tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
3/19/202453 minutes, 12 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 1

The latest episode of Talking Tigers has an in-depth review of Richmond’s season-opener against Gold Coast – from the shell-shocked start to the stirring fightback. The TT team members look at how new Richmond coach Adem Yze ignited the comeback through several positional changes. They also acclaim the impressive debut of talented, young forward Seth Campbell, pay tribute to experienced defender Nick Vlastuin for his heroic efforts against the Suns, and ponder the Shai Bolton conundrum. In the “Spirit of ‘74” segment, reliving Richmond’s triumphant 1974 season, the Club takes a huge swipe at the VFL in a sign of things to come that year. And in the new “Going Up The Country” segment, the focus is on a small Victorian town that was home to two top Tigers of the 1980s-90s. For all things Yellow and Black, make sure you tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
3/12/202450 minutes, 11 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Opening Round

The countdown to bouncedown for the start of the 2024 season is heating up and the latestepisode of Talking Tigers has a strong focus on Richmond’s Opening Round clash with Gold Coast. The TT trio each have a crack at selecting the senior side for Saturday’s big game and they calculate where the Tigers could gain an edge over the Suns. Also on this week’s show, an exciting new wheel segment is launched, along with the “Spirit of ‘74”, which will relive Richmond’s glorious premiership triumph 50 years ago, in 1974. For all things Yellow and Black, make sure you tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
3/5/202448 minutes, 14 seconds
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Talking Tigers: We're back

Talking Tigers has hit the ground running in 2024. The first episode for the year of Richmond’s podcast phenomenon features a special interview with former club captain and now assistant coach Chris Newman. ‘Newy’ provides an insight into the impressive pre-season progress of talented young midfielders Thomson Dow and Kane McAuliffe, tells why experienced ruck recruit Sam Naismith is such a valuable addition to the Punt Road playing stocks, and discusses the tweaks made to the team’s game plan by new senior coach Adem Yze. For all things Yellow and Black, make sure you tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
2/29/202454 minutes, 23 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Season Finale

The final episode of Richmond’s premier podcast Talking Tigers for 2023 is crammed with insights, opinions, information and entertainment bound to please every Yellow and Black barracker. Distinguished former Richmond captain Chris Newman, who has returned to the Club as an assistant coach, is a special guest on the show. Throughout a wide-ranging interview, ‘Newy’ discusses: • The excitement permeating Tigerland with all the off-season change that has taken place. • Going through the process for Richmond’s senior coaching position.• Why Adem Yze is such a good fit as the Tigers’ new coach. • Working alongside fellow new assistant coach Jack Ziebell with the team’s midfielders. • Dusty’s flying start to the pre-season. • The young Tigers who have particularly impressed him so far.• Hawthorn recruit Jacob Koschitzke’s on-field attributes that will benefit the Richmond line-up. The TT team also pay a glowing tribute to Richmond’s AFLW superstar Monique Conti on her resounding victory in the 2023 AFLW Best and Fairest Award.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
11/28/20231 hour, 10 minutes, 34 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Season wrap up

It’s a bumper final episode for the season of Richmond’s premier podcast Talking Tigers. The TT crew discuss the positives out of the Round 24 match against Port Adelaide . . . the impressive AFL debuts of Tiger cubs Tom Brown and James Trezise, Dustin Martin’s dynamic finish to the season, Thomson Dow’s best game for the Club, Noah Balta’s impact up forward, and the strong performances of ruck duo Toby Nankervis and Ivan Soldo. Each member of the TT team names their Yellow and Black season highlights, predicts the top five in the Jack Dyer Medal and declares what the Tigers need during the off-season to boost their prospects for the 2024 season. They also nominate their best bargain-basement Richmond player. And the Spirit of ’73 segment winds up with a comprehensive look at the Tigers’ dramatic preliminary final and Grand Final triumphs in 1973.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
8/29/202359 minutes, 27 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 24

The latest episode of Richmond’s premier podcast Talking Tigers focuses on all the highlights from the emotional farewell appearances of champion duo Trent Cotchin and Jack Riewoldt in last Saturday’s match against North Melbourne at the MCG. Also on this week’s show, the TT team members name one player each from throughout Tigerland history that they believe retired too soon. The Spirit of ’73 segment examines Richmond’s opening two games of the 1973 finals series – the qualifying final against Carlton and the cut-throat semi-final clash with St Kilda. And ‘Richo’ reveals how ‘The Chief’, somehow, managed to make last Saturday’s moving Cotchin and Riewoldt send-offs about himself. For all things Richmond-related, make sure you tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
8/22/202352 minutes, 24 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 23

The magnificent playing careers of retiring Richmond champions Trent Cotchin and Jack Riewoldt are celebrated on the latest episode of the Club’s premier podcast Talking Tigers. Cotchin and Riewoldt, who will both play their final game of AFL football against North Melbourne at the MCG on Saturday, are feted by the TT team, with reflections of numerous wonderful memories of the dynamic duo’s time at Tigerland. Also on this week’s show, the Talking Tigers crew name the Richmond player who has had the biggest impact in 50 games or less at the Club. And the Spirit of ’73 segment focuses on Kevin Morris’ goalkicking spree for the Tigers in the final rounds of the 1973 home-and-away season. For all things Richmond-related, make sure you tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
8/17/20231 hour, 1 minute, 15 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 22

There is no sugar-coating Richmond’s Round 21 loss to Western Bulldogs on the latest episode of the Club’s premier podcast Talking Tigers. The disappointing defeat is dissected, but there also are some positives unearthed from the match – the efforts of Noah Balta, Liam Baker, Jack Ross, Sam Banks and 150-game milestone man Jayden Short. From a longer-term perspective, the TT team tell why the vacant Richmond coaching job is such a plum gig. Also on this week’s show, the Talking Tigers crew name their biggest Richmond controversy. The Spirit of ’73 segment focuses on the match-winning exploits of Rex Hunt for the Tigers this time 50 years ago. And ‘Richo’ reveals the real reason why ‘The Chief’ knocked back the big job at AFL headquarters.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
8/8/202351 minutes, 14 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 21

It’s the business end of the season, and Talking Tigers is rising to the occasion in trademark superb style. The latest episode of Richmond’s premier podcast is jam-packed with information, insightful opinion, entertainment and nostalgia for Yellow and Black barrackers from all parts of the globe to enjoy. There is a review of the Tigers’ Round 20 match against Melbourne, underlining several positives, with Dusty’s hot form a major discussion point. The interest surrounding team selection for Friday night’s big clash with Western Bulldogs at Marvel Stadium, off a five-day break, is front and square as well. And, also on this week’s show, the TT team name the best Richmond set-shot kicks for goal they have seen. For all things Richmond-related, make sure you tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
8/1/202345 minutes, 24 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 20

Richmond’s mighty comeback victory over Hawthorn at the MCG last Saturday is the hot topic of conversation in the latest episode of the Club’s powerhouse podcast Talking Tigers. The TT team dissect how the Tigers were able to turn a 30-point three-quarter time into a thrilling one-point win, with players Liam Baker, Dion Prestia, Tim Taranto, Noah Balta, Daniel Rioli, Jack Graham, Jack Ross, Dustin Martin and debutant Matt Coulthard front and square in the discussion. Also on this week’s show, the podcast members name the Richmond players from the pastwho would make an ideal interchange tactical substitute in today’s game. The Spirit of ’73 segment reflects on the great Francis Bourke’s battle with a severe knee injury late in the 1973 season. And ‘Richo’ reveals some news about ‘The Chief’ that really takes the cake. For all things Richmond-related, make sure you tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
7/25/202356 minutes, 1 second
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Talking Tigers: Round 19

In the latest episode of podcast powerhouse Talking Tigers, there is a strong push for two top-class Richmond players to be rewarded with first-time All-Australian selection this year. The TT team tell why Daniel Rioli and Noah Balta should be in All-Australian contention and how important they are within Richmond’s line-up due to their elite playing attributes. Also on this week’s show, each podcast member names the player they’ve see who most embodies Tigerland’s famous “Eat ‘em Alive” catchcry. And the Spirit of ’73 segment reflects on newspaper speculation of a sensational player swap at the end of the 1973 season involving Richmond’s Kevin Sheedy and Collingwood’s Peter McKenna. For all things Richmond-related, make sure you tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
7/18/202350 minutes, 7 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 18

In the latest episode of Richmond’s premier podcast Talking Tigers, there is a comprehensive analysis of the side’s stirring Round 17 victory over Sydney. The TT team discuss Shai Bolton the ‘fire-starter’, Dusty flying under the radar with his impressive form, Toby Nankervis’ strong and bold efforts, Jack Ross maximising opportunity, Tim Taranto maintaining a high level of performance, Jacob Hopper’s impact, Mini’s move of Nick Vlastuin forward, Jack Graham’s crucial last-quarter goals, Noah Balta’s All-Australian claims, plus plenty more out of the match. Also on this week’s show, the podcast panellists name the best debut they each have seen by a Richmond player. And Ian Wilson’s appointment as the Tigers’ president in 1973, is the subject of the Spirit of ’73 segment. For all things Richmond-related, make sure you tune in to Talking Tigers.Click on the link to hear the latest episode.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
7/11/202347 minutes, 21 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 17

Talking Tigers provides an insight into Richmond’s talented, young debutant duo Sam Banks and Jacob Bauer in the latest episode of the Club’s popular podcast. With Banks and Bauer debuting at AFL level against Sydney at the MCG this Thursday night, Talking Tigers tells its legion of listeners what they can expect to see from them. Also on this week’s show, the TT team pay tribute to a trio of Richmond defenders, they name their favourite nicknames of Tiger players throughout the years, and in the Spirit of ’73 segment, the focus is on a poaching war between Richmond and North Melbourne. For all things Richmond-related, make sure you tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
7/4/202357 minutes, 33 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 16

The Richmond players, coaches and officials may have had a well-deserved break during the mid-year bye, but it’s been business as usual for the Club’s premier podcast Talking Tigers.On another bumper episode this week, the TT team members each name their three Richmond highlights so far this season, they dissect the key player and team statistics, discuss selection for Thursday night's Round 16 clash with Brisbane at the Gabba, and preview the big match.The TT team also nominate the best unsung Tiger heroes that they have seen throughout the seasons, while the Spirit of ’73 segment reveals just how far Richmond was ahead of the game 50 years ago, with its bold push for a drafting system.For all things Yellow and Black, make sure you tune in to Talking Tigers.Click on the link to hear the latest episode.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
6/27/202359 minutes, 38 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 15

Talking Tigers analyses the ‘Mini’ revolution on the latest episode of Richmond’s premier podcast .The TT team discuss the impact Andrew McQualter has had since being appointed as the Club’s interim coach as a replacement for Damien Hardwick, and how he’s building a compelling case to get the job on a permanent basis. Also on this week’s show, Trent Cotchin’s memorable 300-game milestone against St Kilda at the MCG last Saturday night is a hot topic of conversation, as is the continued outstanding form of prized midfield recruit Tim Taranto. The TT team members each name their favourite Tiger cult figure, while in the Spirit of ’73 segment, the Tiger time machine takes a trip back to this time 50 years ago, when a Richmond star key forward was being hotly pursued by a couple of other League clubs. For all things Yellow and Black, make sure you tune in to Talking Tigers.Click on the link to hear this week’s episode.See omny.fm/listener for privacy information.
6/20/202352 minutes, 35 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 14

Trent Cotchin’s upcoming 300-game milestone is the hot topic of conversation on the latest episode of Richmond’s premier podcast Talking Tigers. The triple Richmond premiership captain, three-time Jack Dyer Medallist and Brownlow Medallist reaches the coveted milestone in Saturday night’s big Round 14 clash with St Kilda at the MCG, and TT pays him a special tribute, reflecting on his transition from ball-magnet, star midfielder to battering-ram, inspirational on-field leader. Also on this week’s show, the TT members dissect Richmond’s rousing Round 13 victory over Fremantle at Optus Stadium, they each name their most memorable Tigers win apart from a Grand Final, and in the Spirit of ’73 segment, the Tiger time machine takes a trip back to that glorious year to look at just how different the game’s leading competition was half a century ago. For all things Yellow and Black, make sure you tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
6/13/202355 minutes, 5 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 13

Richmond great Matthew Richardson pays tribute to upcoming Tiger milestone stars Daniel Rioli and Liam Baker in the latest episode of the Club’s premier podcast Talking Tigers. ‘Richo’ tells why this pair of multi-premiership Tigers are so special, and influential within the Richmond line-up. Also on this week’s show, the TT team (with an old favourite coming off the bench as an activated ‘super sub’ replacement) dissect Richmond’s thrilling Round 12 victory over Greater Western Sydney, with particular attention given to the top-class performances of Jack Riewoldt, Noah Balta, Tim Taranto and Shai Bolton, plus Marlion Pickett’s sublime, ‘crumbing’ left-foot, match-winning goal. The TT team members each name the Tiger player with the best tank that they have seen. And, in the Spirit of ’73 segment, the Tiger time machine takes a trip back to Graham Teasdale’s spectacular senior debut with Richmond this time 50 years ago. For all things Yellow and Black, make sure you tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
6/6/202355 minutes, 45 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 12

TT pays tribute to TT on the latest episode of Richmond’s premier podcast. Talking Tigers acclaims the Club’s prized midfield recruit Tim Taranto, who produced the best performance of his excellent debut season at Tigerland in last Sunday’s Round 11 clash with Port Adelaide at the MCG. Robust Richmond ruckman and co-captain Toby Nankervis, along with valuable, versatile defender Nathan Broad, receive plenty of praise, too, for their efforts against the Power. Also on this week’s show, the TT team members each name the best dual-sided Tiger they have seen. The Spirit of ’73 segment takes a look at Richmond premiership player Graeme Bond’s decision to put family and work ahead of his football career and quit the Tigers this time 50 years ago. And ‘Richo’ reveals the one Richmond honour that has so far eluded Brendon Gale which ‘The Chief’ is hell-bent on receiving. For all things Yellow and Black, make sure you tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
5/30/202347 minutes, 31 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 11

It’s all about Dimma on the latest episode of the Club’s premier podcast Talking Tigers. The TT team pay a special tribute to Richmond’s triple premiership coach Damien Hardwick following his resignation this week. They reflect on the wonderful memories, how he changed the culture within the Club’s playing group, how he embraced imperfection on and off the field, how he backed his players to the tilt, and how he greatly enriched the lives of Tiger fans. Also on this week’s show, a ripping new segment is launched. And, in the Spirit of ’73, the focus is on the younger brother of a famous Tiger, who received a four-match suspension by the Club during the 1973 season for storming off the ground during a reserve-grade game and refusing to return to the field. For all things Yellow and Black, make sure you tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
5/24/202348 minutes, 43 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 10

Richmond’s ripping Round 9 victory over reigning premier Geelong is the hot discussion topic on the latest episode of the Club’s premier podcast Talking Tigers. The TT team talk about: • The return of the Tigers’ trademark, successful playing style.• Nathan Broad’s brilliant defensive role on star opponent Jeremy Cameron.• Noah Balta’s bold bounce-back against Tom Hawkins.• A refreshed Trent Cotchin hitting the scoreboard.• Dusty getting back to his best.• Tim Taranto’s top tackling.• Jayden Short further enhancing his reputation as a territory-taking titan.• Samson Ryan’s quality ruckwork. Also on this week’s bumper show, there are tributes to Nick Vlastuin in the lead-up to him reaching the AFL 200-game milestone in Saturday night’s Dreamtime at the ‘G’ blockbuster, and Shai Bolton, who will play his 100th game. The Spirit of ’73 segment looks at how newly-elevated Richmond ‘Immortal’ Dick Clay performed throughout the 1973 season. The best No. 41 in Tigerland’s history is revealed. And ‘Richo’ has some more gobsmacking information about the high-flying exploits of ‘The Chief’. For all things Yellow and Black, make sure you tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
5/16/202357 minutes, 8 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 9

Dion Prestia is front and square on this week’s episode of Richmond’s piping-hot podcast Talking Tigers. The TT team discuss Prestia’s unique MCG hat-trick in last Saturday’s victory over West Coast and pay special tribute to the triple Tiger premiership star midfielder in the lead-up to him reaching the AFL 200-game milestone against Geelong on Friday night. Also on this week’s bumper show, the talk is about . . . Shai Bolton back to his brilliant best. The importance to the line-up of mature-age midfield recruits Tim Taranto and Jacob Hopper. Dusty looking lively. Samson Ryan’s impressive ruckwork. Nick Vlastuin’s return to form. Nathan Broad’s defensive expertise. The best No. 12 in Tigerland’s history is named. For all things Yellow and Black, make sure you tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
5/9/202346 minutes, 55 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 8

There is no sugar-coating Richmond’s bitterly disappointing Round 7 performance against Gold Coast on the latest episode of the Club’s premier podcast Talking Tigers. The TT team, however, provide a good, measured perspective on where the Club has come from, where it currently is, and its future prospects. Also on this week’s show . . . Tim Taranto’s terrific form is analysed. “Richo” reflects on the upcoming 30th anniversary of his senior debut with Richmond. The best No. 26 in Tigerland’s history is named. And, in the “Spirit of ‘73” segment, which celebrates the 50th anniversary of Richmond’s glorious 1973 season, the focus is on a promising, young Tiger from that year who later became a successful Victorian State politician. For all things Yellow and Black, make sure you tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
5/2/202352 minutes, 10 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 7

Talking Tigers take plenty of positives out of Richmond’s blockbuster Anzac Day Eve clash with Melbourne in the latest episode of the premier podcast. The TT team discuss Noah Cumberland’s electrifying start to the match, Tim Taranto’s terrific performance in the midfield and his strong start to the season, Jack Riewoldt rewinding the clock, the welcome return of Jayden Short, Jacob Hopper’s impressive form, and Dusty building to something big. Also on this week’s show, the greatest No. 4 in Tigerland’s history is named. And, in the “Spirit of ‘73” segment, which celebrates the 50th anniversary of Richmond’s glorious 1973 season, the focus is on star ruckman Michael Green’s successful comeback that year. For all things Yellow and Black, make sure you tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
4/26/202351 minutes, 39 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 6

Richmond great Matthew Richardson delivers a broadside to critics of the Club’s list management strategy on the latest episode of Talking Tigers. A fired-up “Richo” explains why it was so important for Richmond to recruit star, mature-age midfield duo Tim Taranto and Jacob Hopper. And he produces facts about the Tigers’ strong investment in youth. Also on this week’s show, the TT team acknowledge the efforts of Liam Baker, Jack Riewoldt and newcomer Tylar Young against Sydney in the Gather Round at Adelaide. And, in the new “Spirit of ‘73” segment, which celebrates the 50th anniversary of Richmond’sglorious 1973 season, Stephen Rae’s short but sweet career at Tigerland is examined. For all things Yellow and Black, make sure you tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
4/18/202351 minutes, 49 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 5

Long-serving Richmond team manager Mark Opie is a special guest on the latest episode of the Club’s premium podcast Talking Tigers. “Opes”, a popular, highly respected character at Tigerland and a club life member, provides a fascinating insight into his time as team manager. He explains what the role entails, discusses the coaches he’s worked with, tells why Damien Hardwick is such a good coach, and talks about the exceptional camaraderie within the current Tigers’ playing group. Also on this week’s show, the TT team dissect Richmond’s narrow Round 4 loss to Western Bulldogs and look at the options and opportunities created by the Club’s lengthy injury list. And, in the new “Spirit of ‘73” segment, which celebrates the 50th anniversary of Richmond’s glorious 1973 season, there is a report on strong-marking, big Tiger Rex Hunt being hotly pursued by rival club Melbourne during that year. For all things Yellow and Black, make sure you tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
4/11/20231 hour, 2 minutes, 32 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 4

On the latest episode of Talking Tigers there is a special tribute to dual Richmond premiership wingman Kamdyn McIntosh in the lead-up to his AFL 150-game milestone. The TT team outline McIntosh’s value to Richmond, both on and off the field. They highlight his hard, two-way running on-field, and some of the hilarious off-field stories involving this unique character. Also on this week’s show, there’s a big call made on star small defender Liam Baker and an omen is revealed that augurs well for the Tigers’ prospects in 2023. In the popular, new “Spirit of ‘73” segment, celebrating the 50th anniversary of Richmond’sglorious 1973 season, the focus is on Richmond’s Round 1 clash with Essendon at Windy Hill that year. And “Chief Watch” is back, with ‘Richo’ unable to resist calling out the Chief’s latest outrageous escapade. For all things Yellow and Black, make sure you tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
4/4/202353 minutes, 36 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 3

Richmond’s crazy Round 2 match against Adelaide at Adelaide Oval is front and square on this week’s episode of the Club’s powerhouse podcast Talking Tigers. The TT team take a look at the mostly positives and few negatives from the 32-point win, with a special focus on Samson Ryan’s ripping return to the senior side, Tylar Young’s impressive debut, the fine form of prized midfield recruits Jacob Hopper and Tim Taranto, Noah Balta’s elite intercept ability and the end of Tom Lynch’s hoodoo. There’s an in-depth preview of Friday night’s blockbuster clash with Collingwood, and a tribute to three Tiger multi-premiership heroes who will reach major milestones in Round 3.  ‘Richo’ is subjected to the sort of intense scrutiny that he enjoys putting others under. And in the popular, new “Spirit of ‘73” segment, celebrating the 50th anniversary of Richmond’s glorious 1973 season, the Club’s final playing list for that year is examined. For all things Yellow and Black, make sure you tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
3/28/202348 minutes, 30 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 2

The TT team dissects Richmond’s season-opener draw with Carlton, focusing on the many positives, plus new Richmond president John O’Rourke features as a special guest.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
3/21/202357 minutes, 28 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Round 1

With the countdown to bouncedown for the start of the 2023 season on in earnest, it’s a huge episode of podcast juggernaut Talking Tigers this week, focusing on Thursday night’s Richmond v Carlton blockbuster. The TT team ponder how the Tigers will line up for Round 1, with so many intriguing selection queries, and they examine the way to beat the Blues. In the new “Spirit of ‘73” segment, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Club’s glorious 1973 season, there is a report on Richmond’s bombshell breakaway threat to the VFL that year . And the best No. 10 in Tigerland’s history is revealed. For all things Yellow and Black, make sure you tune in to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
3/14/202344 minutes, 11 seconds
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Talking Tigers: 2023 return

Talking Tigers is back . . .  stronger and bolder than ever! Richmond’s podcast phenomenon kicks off its 12th season in superb style with all the popular regular segments plus a new one celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Club’s glorious 1973 season – “Spirit of ‘73”. In the first episode of 2023, the TT team pay special tribute to recently-retired Richmond triple premiership player Jason Castagna for the valuable contributions he made in those three flag triumphs. They evaluate emerging young Tiger big man Samson Ryan’s prospects for the ‘23 season. And prized recruit Tim Taranto receives high praise for his excellent pre-season practice match form.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
3/7/202349 minutes, 58 seconds
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Talking Tigers, Episode 28, 2022

Richmond’s general manager of football talent Blair Hartley and the Club’s national recruiting manager Matty Clarke are special guests on the final episode for the year of podcast powerhouse Talking Tigers. Hartley provides an absorbing insight into Richmond’s recruitment of star midfield duo Tim Taranto and Jacob Hopper via the AFL’s recent trade period. Clarke talks about the exciting challenge of finding some “diamonds in the rough” with the Club’s late picks in the upcoming national draft. And the TT team express their excitement at what lies ahead for the Tigers in 2023.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
10/20/202252 minutes, 50 seconds
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Talking Tigers, Episode 27, 2022

It’s a jam-packed final weekly episode for 2022 of Richmond’s podcast powerhouse Talking Tigers. The TT team thoroughly dissect last Thursday night’s heartbreaking elimination final loss to Brisbane at the Gabba, discuss the many positives out of the year from a Yellow and Black perspective, list their three Tiger season highlights each and nominate their top five in the Jack Dyer Medal. Club senior adviser Neil Balme, in his special guest spot on the show, provides his analysis of Richmond’s 2022 season, and tells why he’s so bullish about the future at Tigerland. Click on the link to hear the last weekly episode for the year.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
9/6/202256 minutes, 29 seconds
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Talking Tigers, episode 26, 2022

Richmond’s big elimination final clash with Brisbane at the Gabba on Thursday night is front and square on the latest episode of the Club’s premier podcast Talking Tigers. The TT team take a comprehensive look at the cut-throat contest and discuss what the Tigers must do in order to secure victory. They also pay tribute to Richmond excitement machine Shai Bolton following his first-time inclusion in the AFL’s All-Australian team, and Liam Baker for his selection by the AFL Players’ Association as the competition’s Most Courageous Player. The best No. 38 in Tigerland’s history is revealed, and ‘Richo’ explains why, for ‘The Chief’, it’s a case of “Six and Out”. As always, if the Tigers turn you on, make sure you turn on to Talking Tigers. Click on the link to hear the latest episode.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
8/30/202245 minutes, 53 seconds
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Talking Tigers, Episode 25, 2022

Richmond’s strong finish to the 2022 home-and-away season dominates the discussion on the latest episode of the Club’s podcast juggernaut Talking Tigers. The decisive final round victory over Essendon is thoroughly dissected, with particular attention paid to the team’s scoring power, along with the individual performances of Tom Lynch, Dion Prestia, Trent Cotchin, Tyler Sonsie, Jack Ross and Noah Cumberland. Club senior adviser Neil Balme, in his regular guest spot on the show, provides an update on Dustin Martin’s prospects of playing in next week’s elimination final against Brisbane, and he pays tribute to retiring Tiger star Shane Edwards. The best No. 11 in Tigerland’s history is revealed, and ‘Richo’ has some more startling news about The Chief’. As always, if the Tigers turn you on, make sure you turn on to Talking Tigers. Click on the link to hear the latest episode.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
8/23/202252 minutes, 49 seconds
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Talking Tigers, Episode 24, 2022

Richmond’s finals-clinching victory over Hawthorn last Sunday has the team at Talking Tigers up and about in the latest episode of the Club’s powerhouse podcast. The TT team run the rule over the Tigers’ convincing Round 22 performance, highlighting Tom Lynch’s imposing, AFL career-best form, Trent Cotchin turning back the clock, Dion Prestia’s midfield excellence, Maurice Rioli junior’s elite pressure and growing cult status, Daniel Rioli’s strong All Australian claims, Nick Vlastuin’s bravery, the importance of wingmen Kamdyn McIntosh and Marlion Pickett, and the impressive development of other young players in Noah Cumberland, Tyler Sonsie and Ben Miller. Also on this week’s show, former Tiger defender Brian Leys appears as a special guest in the popular “Where Are You Now” segment, and the best No. 6 in the Club’s history is revealed. If the Tigers turn you on, make sure you turn on to Talking Tigers. Click on the link to hear the latest episode.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
8/16/202251 minutes, 10 seconds
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Talking Tigers, Episode 23, 2022

Richmond’s esteemed triple premiership president Peggy O’Neal is a special guest on the latest episode of the Club’s premier podcast Talking Tigers. Peggy recounts her fascinating journey from a small mining community in West Virginia, USA to the presidential chair at Tigerland. She talks about the board’s decision to totally back coach Damien Hardwick in at the end of a disappointing 2016 season, and how that proved to be such a significant turning point for the Club. And Peggy tells why the glorious, drought-breaking 2017 Grand Final triumph over Adelaide, that followed 12 months later, is her favourite of the three Tiger flags won while she has been president. Also on this week’s show, the TT team review the important Round 21 win against Port Adelaide, analyse the top-class performances of Dion Prestia, Toby Nankervis, Tom Lynch and Daniel Rioli, and discuss the blossoming Brownlow Medal prospects of Shai Bolton. If the Tigers turn you on, make sure you turn on to Talking Tigers. Click on the link to hear the latest episode.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
8/9/20221 hour, 4 minutes, 40 seconds
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Talking Tigers, Episode 22, 2022

Richmond’s rousing comeback victory over Brisbane at the MCG last Sunday is fervently dissected on the latest episode of the Club’s premier podcast Talking Tigers. The heroics of exciting, young forward Noah Cumberland, star key forward Tom Lynch, the electrifying Shai Bolton, and dashing Daniel Rioli, are front and square among discussion topics for the TT team, along with the influential in-game positional moves made by coach Damien Hardwick. Senior club adviser Neil Balme provides an injury update on Dylan Grimes and Dustin Martin, and he talks about the importance of Liam Baker’s contract extension. Also on this week’s show, controversy surrounds the naming of the best No. 25 in Tigerland’s history. If the Tigers turn you on, make sure you turn on to Talking Tigers. Click on the link to hear the latest episode.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
8/2/202252 minutes, 32 seconds
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Talking Tigers, Episode 21, 2022

Talking Tigers pays a special tribute to two great Richmond men – Kane Lambert and Shane Edwards – in the latest episode of the Club’s premier podcast. The TT team reflect on the celebrated playing careers of Lambert, who announced his retirement from AFL football this week, and Edwards, who reaches the prestigious 300-game milestone in Sunday’s Round 20 match against Brisbane at the MCG. Also on this week’s show, former Richmond star defender Andrew Kellaway appears as a guest on the popular “Where Are You Now” segment. The 2000 Jack Dyer Medallist talks about his time at Tigerland, how emotional he was with the Club’s drought-breaking 2017 premiership, and he tells a story about TT’s own “Richo” during a post-season footy trip to Bali that will have you shaking your head. So, if the Tigers turn you on, make sure you turn on to Talking Tigers. Click on the link to hear the latest episode.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
7/26/202253 minutes, 45 seconds
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Talking Tigers, episode 20, 2022

Senior club adviser Neil Balme provides a fascinating insight into Richmond’s recent heart-breaking losses on the latest episode of Talking Tigers. The Tiger great, in his regular segment on the podcast, also tells how the players should respond to turn the situation around. Also on this week’s show, the TT team take a look at some positives out of the Round 18 defeat at the hands of North Melbourne – the impressive senior debut of talented, young midfielder Tyler Sonsie, along with the lively display up forward of exciting prospect Noah Cumberland, plus valuable, veteran key defender Robbie Tarrant’s strong form. And, the best No. 3 in the Club’s history is revealed, while “Richo” has news on “The Chief” that really takes the cake. So, if the Tigers turn you on, make sure you turn on to Talking Tigers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
7/19/202252 minutes, 45 seconds
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Talking Tigers, episode 19, 2022

Former Richmond star Nick Daffy is a special guest on the latest episode of Talking Tigers. Daffy, who appears in the podcast phenomenon’s popular “Where Are You Now” segment, talks passionately about his time at Tigerland, what the Club’s drought-breaking 2017 premiership meant to him, and tells a funny story about an end-of-season trip with ‘Richo’ and co. Also on this week’s show, the TT team analyse the heartbreaking loss to Gold Coast, take the positives out of the performance and make a big call on a current-day Tiger star, while the best No. 19 in the Club’s history is revealed.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
7/12/202253 minutes, 56 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Episode 18 2022

The red-hot form of dynamic Richmond duo Daniel Rioli and Marlion Pickett is a major discussion topic on the latest episode of Talking Tigers. Rioli and Pickett again were superb for the Tigers in last Sunday’s victory over West Coast at the MCG, prompting the TT team to push the pair’s claims for selection in this year’s All-Australian side. Also on this week’s show, there is a tribute to Nathan Broad in the lead-up to his 100th AFL game, the best No. 16 in Tigerland’s history is revealed, and ‘Richo’ tells why ‘The Chief’ has finally come to terms with a failed ambition. So, if the Tigers turn you on, make sure you turn on to Talking Tigers. Click on the link to hear this week’s show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
7/5/202253 minutes, 35 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Episode 17, 2022

Former Richmond speedster Nathan Bower is a special guest on the latest episode of Talking Tigers. He talks about his time at Tigerland , highlighted by the rousing 1995 cut-throat semi-final victory over Essendon, and tells a cracking story about...See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
6/28/202259 minutes, 41 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Episode 16, 2022

On the latest episode of podcast phenomenon Talking Tigers, the Richmond players enjoying AFL career-best seasons in 2022 are revealed, and you may be surprised with just how many there are. One such player is Dion Prestia, who TT claim is seriously under-rated and worthy of a top-five rating as a midfielder in the competition. Also on this week’s show, the TT team dissect the important Round 14 victory over Carlton, preview Saturday’s big Round 15 clash with Geelong at the MCG, the best No. 40 in Richmond’s history is unveiled, and “Richo” discloses the lengths the “The Chief” is going to in copying LA Rams star Nick Scott.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
6/21/20221 hour, 5 minutes, 35 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Episode 15, 2022

Richmond great Matthew Richardson’s best mate, Ben Harrison, is a special guest on the latest episode of Talking Tigers. Harrison, who played 74 games for the Tigers from 1996-2000 and was a valuable, versatile performer, appears in the podcast’s popular “Where Are You Now” segment. He talks about the bizarre circumstances surrounding his trade from Carlton to Richmond, his career at Tigerland, and finishes by ripping into “Richo” with a story from their time together with the Tasmanian under-18s team in the national championships three decades ago. Also on this week’s show, the TT team dissect the Tigers’ Round 13 victory over Port Adelaide, paying special attention to the performances of Liam Baker, Dylan Grimes, Nick Vlastuin, Robbie Tarrant, Shai Bolton, Josh Gibcus, Noah Balta and exciting debutant Judson Clarke. There’s a look ahead to Thursday night’s big clash with arch-rival Carlton at the MCG, and the best No. 1 in Richmond’s proud history is revealed.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
6/14/20221 hour, 6 minutes, 39 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Episode 14, 2022

Richmond may have had the mid-season bye last weekend, but the latest episode of podcast juggernaut Talking Tigers is still jam-packed with information, opinion and entertainment to please its legion of loyal, passionate listeners throughout the world. The TT team name their top five in the Jack Dyer Medal to this stage of the year, make a big call for the second half of the season, examine the prospects of talented, young Tiger recruit Jacob Bauer, and discuss the idea put forward by one of their own of a nine-month trade period. Senior club adviser Neil Balme pays tribute to triple premiership star defender Dylan Grimes in the lead-up to him reaching the AFL 200-game milestone. And the best No. 13 in Tigerland’s history is revealed.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
6/7/202256 minutes, 29 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Episode 13, 2022

Brian Taylor is a special guest on the latest episode of Talking Tigers. Long before he became a football media megastar, Taylor was a first-rate full-forward for Richmond, averaging nearly four goals per game throughout his time at Tigerland. In the premier podcast’s popular “Where Are You Now” segment, BT tells TT about his recruitment to Richmond, kicking a club record (for any grade of competition) 15 goals at reserves level during the 1981 season, his senior debut against Carlton, competing with Michael Roach for the full-forward position within the Tigers’ team, controversially missing out on playing in the 1982 Grand Final, Mick Malthouse the practical joker, Maurice Rioli senior’s magnificence, and much, much more. Also on this week’s show, ‘Richo’ explains why talented tall Tiger cub Josh Gibcus could become a top key forward, the TT team discuss Trent Cotchin’s incredible act of bravery against Sydney last Friday night, and the best No. 23 in Richmond’s history is revealed.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
5/31/202256 minutes, 49 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Episode 12, 2022

The latest episode of Talking Tigers reflects on the major highlights of last Saturday night’s blockbuster Dreamtime at the ‘G event. It’s all there . . . from the pre-game wondrous war cry, to Dion Prestia’s poise, Liam Baker boldness, Daniel Rioli’s rebound, Jack Riewoldt’s resurgence, Robbie Tarrant’s tight checking, Shai Bolton’s brilliance, and much more. Also on this week’s show, the TT team bemoan the farce that is the continued snub of talented, tall Tiger cub Josh Gibcus for an AFL Rising Star nomination, the second-best No. 17 (Jack Dyer, of course, being No. 1) in Richmond’s history is revealed, and there’s a discussion around potential replacements for injured star key forward Tom Lynch in Friday night’s big Round 11 clash with Sydney at the SCG.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
5/24/20221 hour, 5 minutes, 27 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Episode 11, 2022

The Talking Tigers juggernaut rolls on in superb style with a massive episode this week leading into Saturday night’s Dreamtime at the ‘G blockbuster. As well as previewing that big clash with Essendon, the TT team dissect the highlights from Richmond’s Round 9 victory over Hawthorn, particularly focusing on the top-class performances of Tiger stars Tom Lynch, Shai Bolton, Liam Baker, Toby Nankervis, Dion Prestia and Daniel Rioli. Also on this week’s show, TT names the best wearer of the No. 21 guernsey in Tigerland’s history, new, three-time dad ‘Richo’ revels in his ‘Biggie’ prediction of a few weeks’ back, and he has some more startling news about ‘The Chief’.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
5/17/202252 minutes, 35 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Episode 10, 2022

While about a quarter of voters still remain undecided about who to cast their vote for in the upcoming Australian Federal election, no such uncertainty surrounds the credentials of Richmond’s prime podcast Talking Tigers to lead the way with all things Yellow and Black. In a bumper episode this week, the TT team dissect the Tigers’ decisive Round 8 victory over traditional rival Collingwood, with a particular focus on Dusty’s inspirational return, Tom Lynch’s red-hot form, Trent Cotchin turning the clock back, Noah Balta’s backline brilliance, Jayden Short’s highly-successful shift into the midfield, Shai Bolton’s football eliteness, the excitement generated by Maurice Rioli Jr, Toby Nankervis’ robust leadership, and Josh Gibcus’ continued AFL Rising Star snub. Also on this week’s show, TT names the best wearer of the No. 28 guernsey in Tigerland’s history, reveals the superb, new merchandise on offer for its large, loyal band of listeners, and ‘Richo’ tells what ‘The Chief’ is planning as part of his legacy at the Club.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
5/10/20221 hour, 1 minute, 33 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Episode 9, 2022

Former high-flying Richmond forward Kayne Pettifer is a special guest on the latest episode of Talking Tigers. Pettifer, who played 113 games and kicked 132 goals for the Tigers from 2001-09, features in the podcast’s popular “Where Are You Now?” segment. He talks about his time at Tigerland, recounts the notorious tale of his run-in with ex-coach Terry Wallace, and reveals how Kevin Sheedy tried to lure him to Greater Western Sydney. Also on this week’s show, TT dissects Richmond’s thumping victory over West Coast last Friday night, names the best wearer of the No. 9 guernsey in Tigerland’s history, has news of an exciting, new merchandise opportunity for its large, loyal band of listeners – and “Richo” somehow manages to damage his hamstring in a highly-amusing, on-air incident.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
5/3/20221 hour, 2 minutes, 6 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Episode 8, 2022

Richmond’s senior club adviser Neil Balme provides an interesting insight into the progress of a group of exciting, young Yellow and Black prospects on the latest episode of Talking Tigers. Balme, in his special guest spot on the Club’s podcast juggernaut, offers his learned opinion on Josh Gibcus, Noah Balta, Bigoa Nyuon, Sydney Stack, Samson Ryan, Maurice Rioli, Tyler Sonsie, Tom Brown, Sam Banks and Judson Clarke. Also on this week’s show, TT names the best wearer of the No. 35 guernsey in Tigerland’s history, there’s a look at potential selection changes for Friday night’s Round 7 clash with West Coast, and “Richo” reveals why “The Chief” is going hell for leather. If the Tigers turn you on, make sure you turn on to Talking Tigers. Click on the link to hear this week’s show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
4/26/202254 minutes, 24 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Episode 7, 2022

Former Richmond young gun Andrew Raines is a special guest on the latest episode of Talking Tigers. Also on this week's show, TT reveals the best wearer of the No. 2 guernsey in Tigerland's history and there's a detailed look at potential selection...See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
4/19/202257 minutes, 27 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Episode 6, 2022

Neil Balme makes a welcome return to Talking Tigers in the latest episode of Punt Road’s podcast phenomenon. Balme, back as a special guest on the show for the first time this year, discusses the Tigers’ decisive, rebounding Round 4 victory over the Western Bulldogs with the TT team. The Richmond senior club advisor provides his learned opinion on Shai Bolton’s all-round brilliance, and that incredible goal against the Dogs last Saturday night. And “Balmey” tells why the future is so bright at Tigerland.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
4/12/202254 minutes, 23 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Episode 5, 2022

Ben Holland is a special guest on the latest episode of Richmond’s podcast juggernaut Talking Tigers. The former key-position star speaks passionately about his time at Tigerland in the popular “Where Are They Now” segment. He describes how the Tigers’ drought-breaking premiership in 2017 reconnected him with the Club and former teammates. And “Dutchy” amusingly reminisces about the Richmond players’ preparation for their London end-of-season exhibition match against Essendon in 2002. Also on this week’s show, the TT team take the positives out of the Round 3 loss to St Kilda, focusing on the fine form of Nathan Broad, Jayden Short, Shai Bolton, Matt Parker and Thomson Dow. The best No. 33 in the Club’s history is revealed, while “Richo” discloses who was sucked in by his great April Fool’s Day prank, and how it especially affected “The Chief”.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
4/5/202255 minutes, 40 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Episode 4, 2022

Richmond’s rousing Round 2 victory over Greater Western Sydney is front and square on this week’s episode of Talking Tigers. The Club’s premier podcast examines how the undermanned Tigers were able to bounce back so strongly from their opening round loss to stun the Giants. There is a keen focus on the valuable contributions made by several Richmond players in last Sunday’s match. One member of the TT team makes a huge statement about a current-day young Tiger. In the new Tale of the Tiger Numbers segment, the Club’s best-ever wearer of the No. 5 guernsey is announced. And ‘Richo’ has some disturbing news about a desperate quest for revenge by ‘The Chief’.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
3/29/202254 minutes, 43 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Episode 3, 2022

Former Richmond star Joel Bowden is a special guest on the latest episode of the Club’s podcast juggernaut Talking Tigers. The dual Jack Dyer Medallist talks about his illustrious playing career at Punt Road and the Bowden family’s great passion for the Tigers in the return of TT’s popular “Where Are They Now” segment. In a new TT segment that selects the best players to have worn each of the most significant guernsey numbers in Tigerland’s history, the No. 14 winner is announced. And, in the wake of Richmond’s Round 1 loss to Carlton, the TT team consider changes to the Tigers’ midfield set-up.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
3/22/202255 minutes, 18 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Episode 2, 2022

With the excitement in the build-up to the start of the 2022 AFL season reaching fever pitch, Talking Tigers takes it up another level this week producing a bumper episode that’s heavily focused on Richmond’s blockbuster Round 1 clash with Carlton.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
3/15/202238 minutes, 14 seconds
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Talking Tigers: Post-Draft special

Richmond’s national recruiting manager Matt Clarke is a special guest on the final episode for 2021 of the Club’s podcast phenomenon Talking Tigers. Clarke provides an insightful appraisal of Richmond’s exciting haul in last week’s 2021 national draft. The TT team also discuss some interesting tidbits about the newest Tigers. And “Richo” reveals the latest extraordinary lengths “The Chief” has gone to in a desperate effort to further enhance his reputation.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
11/30/202144 minutes, 20 seconds