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Rebecca Lowe Interview


In the latest episode of the EPL Talk Podcast, ESPN UK’s Rebecca Lowe sits down with host Kartik Krishnaiyer to discuss:

  • Her background in Football
  • Her time at the BBC
  • The transition from Setanta to ESPN UK
  • Working with James Richardson
  • Interest in american sports in the UK
  • Knowing Peter Crouch growing up
  • Her support of Crystal Palace FC
  • Whether she’d like to work in the US someday
  • The family that is the BBC

Be sure not to miss a single episode of the EPL Talk Podcast, the only Premier League interview show on the Internet. We have a long list of high-profile guests scheduled over the next weeks each with their own fascinating stories to tell. Subscribe to the EPL Talk Podcast via iTunes or visit EPL Talk or the archives for the latest episodes.

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  1. Carl

    December 24, 2009 at 8:02 am

    Yawn. As one dimensional as they come. Interestingly, as someone who had the misfortune to have her acquaintence in her earlier years, most of this is complete fabrication. Your researchers should do more work!!! Why do you not ask about her dad leaving home for another woman who works at the BBC and how that affected her, the step sister she always bitches about, the man who stood by her when she was younger who she screwed over at her first hint of stardom, her frequent infidelity, the truth about NOT knowing Peter Crouch (for crying out loud he went to a school in Hanwell, she went to snobby girls school in North Ealing which are poles apart), about lying to get a job working in bar when she was underage and so much more.

    ESPN should ditch this bimbo now and bring Jamie to the UK. But wait, no. I’m in Cambodia so I’ll loose Jamie so retract that. But just ditch her.

    • The Gaffer

      December 24, 2009 at 9:29 am

      Carl, this is a football podcast, not an episode of TMZ or Entertainment Tonight. We don’t focus on gossip. We concentrate on intelligent football discussion.

      The Gaffer

      • Carl

        February 2, 2010 at 7:55 pm

        Granted Gaffer, but I am sure your more than enjoying the JT coverage and destruction by the media at the moment. Perhaps the media themselves deserve the same treatment and perhaps the old saying of people in glass houses may ring true. This particular individual has created a background for herself that never existed and the researchers should be doing their job better. I could tell you what she told me about JT when she interviewed him whilst at the BBC and it would show this creatures true character. And WTF is TMZ? I read the Guardian and Observer!

        • The Gaffer

          February 2, 2010 at 8:11 pm

          Carl, I’m not enjoying the JT coverage at all. To be honest, I have zero interest in it. Let’s have Terry and Bridge do their talking on the field of football not in the gossip rags. No worries, I read The Guardian and Observer too.

          The Gaffer

  2. john johnson

    October 8, 2009 at 9:59 am

    found this interview after trying to find out why football matters was not back on my telly,(im in sydney australia).so its a dame shame i will not get to see rebecca as she is a excellent football talent,beautiful and a real knowledge of the game.maybe espn will ffind there way to include her on there international commentary as dont take this poorly but some of the espn commentaters can be very annoying.anyways all the best to you rebecca may your career flourish

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