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Marathon Talk

Presented by Martin Yelling and Tom Williams and latterly Holly Rush. Marathon Talk was the UK’s number one running podcast. Released for free every week for over 10 years. The show had over 5 million downloads with listeners across the world. The show is available on iTunes and Spotify. Marathon Talk established a trusted, credible and respected voice within the running community and was shortlisted as one of the Mixcloud 2016 industry Online Radio Awards.  Show retired January 2022 with Episode 600.  

Nov 30, 2011

On this weeks show we bring you up to date with Jantastic. We have an interview with the NYC front running Italian chat room favourite Tito Tiberti. One of our listeners is going to run the Mumbai Marathon. Rate your run, winner of the week, a rave and a 'non-gender' biased rant. With winter drawing closer we...

Nov 23, 2011

Running 2:36 on her marathon debut in New York last year and following up with 2:29 for 6th place in Chicago this year Claire Hallissey is a serious contender for a place in Team GB for the London Olympics. Diane Aykroyd will also be running the London Marathon next April, she quized Tom with her marathon...

Nov 16, 2011

On this weeks show we speak to former winner of the marathon world cup and 5th placer in the Atlanta Olympic games Richard Nerurkar. We catch up with BBC online editor Mark Coyle about the London 2012 Olympic Games torch relay. Some bloke looses his car at the NYC marathon. Martin gets smack talked. Paula gets her...

Nov 9, 2011

First time marathon runner (to be) and parkrun 100 Club member Diane Aykroyd popped into the studio, the Kenyan men rounded of their full house of World Marathon Major victories AND World Marathon Major course records, Tom got smaller, Martin hit the beach, and Tony got stuck in to a nice hot Lemsip!

Nov 2, 2011

Australian marathon legend Rob de Castella joined Martin all the way from down under to talk all about his amazing running career and the great work he's doing with his Indigenous Marathon Project. Tom enjoyed 5 by a km with his Dad, Martin raved about the Frankfurt marathon... and Tony ran 100 miles... or did he?