Cherry Jam podcast

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07 Jan 2021 20:21 pm:

Latest pod now available - with added current affairs and a heavy cotton load...

https://anchor.fm/cherry-jam/episodes/S ... owy-eom25d
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14 Jan 2021 22:10 pm:

Please please please please start winning soon! :lol:

Anyway new episode now available.

https://anchor.fm/cherry-jam/episodes/S ... him-eovl98

For the next two weeks, if you have any funny stories you want to share or favourite moments you would like us to discuss, let us know! It will make the edit a far more enjoyable experience!
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22 Jan 2021 18:47 pm:

Champions (again) on the Radio Gloucestershire's Cummings County Quiz, here is our latest pod.

https://anchor.fm/cherry-jam/episodes/S ... age-epb2mj

Please keep any ideas, stories or comments coming.
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23 Jan 2021 20:46 pm:

SonofPricey wrote:Champions (again) on the Radio Gloucestershire's Cummings County Quiz, here is our latest pod.

https://anchor.fm/cherry-jam/episodes/S ... age-epb2mj

Please keep any ideas, stories or comments coming.


Loved the episode this week SoP. Had a real feel-good vibe listening to the team reminiscing about various comical Glaws-related ongoings from yesteryear.
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24 Jan 2021 09:45 am:

Thanks Tufty. Please do keep the anecdotes coming
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24 Jan 2021 14:36 pm:

Congratulations Cherry Jam on winning the County Quiz. Just listened to the whole week on replay.
Glad to hear you discuss my suggestion on ' Grounds' too.
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24 Jan 2021 16:47 pm:

SoP.

If we’re still short of new Gloucester-related rugby chat in the coming weeks, would you consider a section on “Where are they now?” Take a small number of ex-Gloucester players each week and see what they have gone on to (both on and off the pitch) since leaving Kingsholm.
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28 Jan 2021 19:40 pm:

Another week undefeated for Glaws. Here is our latest podcast.

Hopefully another exciting interview coming soon too! All will be revealed next week!

https://anchor.fm/cherry-jam/episodes/S ... nts-epgvd8
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Re: Cherry Jam podcast

31 Jan 2021 03:33 am:

Hi Guys, long time Glos supporter (1982 was my first Kingsholm game) now living in L.A. who listens to your show every Friday morning here on my morning run.
Anyway, was wondering if perhaps this week you guys could directly address/discuss "Skivington as coach" and in particular why or why not he "deserves more time" -as a few here on Shedweb seem to think. If someone like a Rob Baxter, Pat Lam, Mark McCall or even Steve Diamond (god forbid!) were coaching us then I would give them all the time in the world. They all have proven track records. Skivington's track record on the other hand was / is "forwards coach of a poor London Irish team". So does he deserve more time or was it a misguided appointment and we should cut our losses now? Would be interested to hear Cherry Jam's thoughts. Cheers!
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31 Jan 2021 10:14 am:

Great to hear from you. I have been wondering who our American listeners are! :D

Believe me this will be a point of discussion. The guys all have differing opinions on this.
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