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Marathon Talk

Presented by Martin Yelling and Tom Williams Marathon Talk is the UK’s number one running podcast. Released for free every week the show has had almost 5million downloads with listeners across the world. The show is available on iTunes and Spotify. Marathon Talk has established a trusted, credible and respected voice within the running community and was shortlisted as one of the Mixcloud 2016 industry Online Radio Awards.

Feb 29, 2012

Marathon Talk is LIVE from Leeds University as part of the 'Celebrating the Games' lecture series.

We bring you Marchvellous update, some news on the toughest Olympic team to qualify for and some goings on in London in August. We've got rate your run, the marathon talk podium, Tony does his trials LIVE and Athens...


Feb 22, 2012

We interview a legend of the golden era of British Middle distance running, Steve Cram! It’s Marathon Talk Live day – we will both be in Leeds this evening. We update on Febulous and how well Martin's Team of Teams are doing compared to Tom’s Hyde Park Harriers. Mary Keitany and Mo Farah run fast, runners go long...


Feb 15, 2012

On this weeks show... we bring you up to speed with some goings on from the world of running including the Boston marathon elite fiels. We look at who’se topping the tables in Febulous and whats happening in Marchvellous.  We’ve got we’ve got an amazing interview with an inspiring woman – Karen Darke. You rate...


Feb 8, 2012

On this weeks show... We've got the second half of the fascinating interview with legend Chris Chataway, it's the end of the first week of Febulous, it's Ah Vienna for Paula, there's more trouble in the Kenya selection camp, Mo takes a sub 4 tumble and 76 men run under 64 mins for a half in Japan. You rate your run,...


Feb 1, 2012

In 1954 Sir Chris Chataway paced Roger Banister to the first ever sub four minute mile, broke the World 5,000m record, won Commonwealth gold over three miles, and European silver over 5,000m... and became the first ever BBC Sports Personality of the Year.