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  • My Sporting Life with Bob Wilson | Danny Kelly,Bob Wilson

    My Sporting Life with Bob Wilson

    • ORIGINAL (1 hr and 26 mins)
    • By Danny Kelly, Bob Wilson
    • Narrated By Danny Kelly, Bob Wilson
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    Former Arsenal, Wolves and Scotland goalkeeper Bob Wilson is in the hands of our very own Danny Kelly for his Sporting Life interview. After retiring as a player, Wilson carried on presenting football programmes and coaching at Arsenal for 28 years. Check out his interview here.

  • My Sporting Life with Bob Champion, MBE | Danny Kelly,Bob Champion

    My Sporting Life with Bob Champion, MBE

    • ORIGINAL (1 hr and 21 mins)
    • By Danny Kelly, Bob Champion
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    Danny Kelly talks with Robert "Bob" Champion, MBE about his successful career in the world of horse racing. Bob won the 1981 Grand National on Aldiniti and also won the Hennesy Gold Cup. In 2011 he was awarded the Helen Rollason award in the BBC Sports Personality of the Year competition to recognise his career and contribution to charity.

  • Prevent Stuttering: Tips & Tricks to Help Combat Stuttering! | Bob Kelly

    Prevent Stuttering: Tips & Tricks to Help Combat Stuttering!

    • UNABRIDGED (46 mins)
    • By Bob Kelly
    • Narrated By Sam Scholl
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    In the United States alone, there are about three million people that have trouble speaking clearly because of a stuttering disorder. Stuttering is a speech disorder in where there is a disruption or interruption of a normal speech flow. When people speak, they have to force some of their words out because the flow is blocked or broken. They end up looking weird because when they stutter, they make weird looking facial expressions or are constantly blinking their eyes.

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