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Paul and Rob take their monthly turn around Hampstead Heath, and talk about preparations for their 10k and Half Marathon in March - but only after they've covered spousal socials, Steven Spielberg, good and bad gigs, dogs and dinosaurs, Henry, Roger and Ian Moore, the group dynamics of Black Moss Pot, the beating heart of Notting Hill, and a Die Hard / Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em crossover.
Apologies to your ears; there were some sound issues with this week's record - leaving a few slightly strange noises here, and an abrupt ending. Thanks as ever to the mighty Steve for clearing up after us.
And thanks, of course to all of you for your continued support, and for sharing your running lives with us on line; you're wonderful. Here's to happy, warmer, lighter running this February.
You can get Rob's book Running Tracks here - https://www.waterstones.com/book/running-tracks/rob-deering/9781800180444 - and you can get Paul’s book 26.2 Miles to Happiness here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/26-2-Miles-Happiness-Comedians-Marathon/dp/1472966260
Rob Deerings's Running Tracks Radio Hour is on Spotify, where he hosts and posts an eclectic but fantastic new playlist every week.
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