Every week, The Public Apology founder Dave J. Edwards appears in a guest slot on the popular Sydney FM drive program, The Ian Higgins Show…
This week we talk about about Rory McIlroy and his decision to “bury himself in his work” post-break up, a clever strategy which is now bearing fruit in the form of back-to-back golf majors.
We also touch on the upcoming Bledisloe Cup, and whether new fly-half Kurtley Beale “screams 10” (this subsequently leads to an expansive discussion on the role of a 10 in modern football). Meanwhile, Ian wonders whether Josh Kronfield was the NZ prime minister prior to Helen Clark.
Finally, we’re concerned for Pakistani ‘chucker’ Saeed Ajmal and how he’ll cope now that an umpire has essentially said to him “sorry bud, but that thing you’ve done your whole life is actually not legal, in my opinion.”
As always, Ian Higgins and Dave Edwards rely on non-sequiturs and absurd tangents to navigate these murky sporting waters. Have a listen.