Nine Radio’s Ready Set Tokyo returns for season two

Nine Radio’s podcast Ready Set Tokyo is back for a second season.

The announcement:


Exciting podcast returns to shine a spotlight on Tokyo 2020

Ready Set Tokyo – a podcast dedicated to the world’s biggest sporting event – is back for a jam-packed second season.

Launched last year, Ready Set Tokyo, the only podcast of its type in Australia, delivers a variety of interviews, news and opinion, all about the Olympic Games, with a focus on Tokyo 2020.

Hosted by 3AW’s Shane McInnes and 2GB’s Natalie Peters, Ready Set Tokyo is appointment listening for sports fans and anyone who loves the excitement and exhilaration of the Olympic Games.

McInnes and Peters are experts in their field, both having covered two Olympic Games, London 2012 and Rio de Janeiro 2016.

Sit back, relax and prepare to delve into all things Tokyo 2020.

You’ll learn about the athletes as McInnes and Peters talk to the movers and shakers within the Olympic bubble, while also covering a diverse range of discussion topics around various Olympic themes.

Among the guests featured to date are John Coates, Kieren Perkins, Kevan Gosper, Andrew Gaze, Sally Pearson and Steve Hooker.

The podcast has quickly established itself as a must-visit destination for the very latest in Olympic Games news, including the potential effect of coronavirus on Tokyo.

In 2020, we’ll chat to athletes from across the globe as they prepare to make the trip to Tokyo for the sporting event that captivates the world.

Shane McInnes is a sports broadcaster with 3AW. As well as the Olympics, he has covered two Commonwealth Games, Glasgow and the Gold Coast.

Natalie Peters is the 2GB news director. She has also covered two Winter Olympics, in Sochi and Pyeongchang.

Ready Set Tokyo is available at wwos.nine.com.au, via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify and other podcast servers.

Source: Nine radio media release


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