Changing Room Chat

A new podcast series launched by Henman Communications.

Our podcast series will include informal interviews with leading sports personalities from the world of professional sport, health and fitness and the sports marketing, communications and commercial sports business sector.

Our series will be hosted by leading sports journalists and broadcasters. We will encourage an informal interview style, giving our interviewees a platform and a voice to discuss issues they are passionate about linked to their businesses and other topics connected to the wider sports marketing and communications industry today.

Episode 6

Posted: 5th August 2020

Episode 6: The LTA’s CEO Scott Lloyd talks exclusively to Kevin Palmer about the challenges he has faced during the coronavirus pandemic and his vision for British Tennis.

In the sixth of our Changing Room Chat podcast series, the LTA’s CEO Scott Lloyd tells Kevin Palmer about his vision for the future of British Tennis. Scott chats about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the game this year and his plans to build the game from grass roots programmes in schools and public parks and to make the game more accessible to wider audiences across the UK.

Posted: 15th July 2020

Episode 5: Nick Matthew, three times former World and British Open squash champion talks exclusively to Richard Henman.

In the fifth of our Changing Room Chat podcast series, Nick Matthew, three times former World and British Open squash champion talks exclusively to Richard Henman. Nick gives us some fascinating insight into how he reached World No.1, memories of playing against tennis legend Stefan Edberg, carrying the baton at the 2014 Commonwealth Games, coaching the next generation and on squash becoming an Olympic sport.

Posted: 5th June 2020

Episode 4: Former British Olympic track cycling champion Callum Skinner, talks exclusively to Carlton Reid on his remarkable career and how he’s been coping with retirement.

In the fourth of our Changing Room Chat podcast series, Callum Skinner, former British Olympic silver medal sprint winner and gold medal team sprint winner at the 2016 Olympics Games talks exclusively to Carlton Reid. Callum give us some fascinating personal insight into a winning mind-set and sports psychology, dealing with mental health, anti-doping, coffee, launching road safety glasses Hindsight and how he’s coping with retirement and life after professional cycling.

Posted: 20th May 2020

Episode 3: Welsh rugby legend Shane Williams is in conversation with Kevin Palmer.

In the third of our Changing Room Chat podcast series, Shane gives us his views on what happens next in rugby as it attempts to emerge from the Covid-19 crisis, while he also reflects on his glittering career and tells us some tales from his days touring with the British and Irish Lions.

Episode 2: Q&A with one of the brightest stars in English cricket Zak Crawley.

Posted: 7th May 2020

Episode 2: Q&A with one of the brightest stars in English cricket Zak Crawley.

In the second of our Changing Room Chat podcast series, Zak Crawley, emerging as one of the brightest stars in English cricket is in conversation with Kevin Palmer. In an exclusive interview Zak gives us his thoughts about his rise into the England team and becoming opening batsman, how he has set his sights on building on his progress in what he hopes can still be a successful second half of 2020, on cricket returning before the end of the summer and names two batsmen who inspired him on his relatively brief road to the top of the game.

Changing Room Chat by Henman Communications - Episode 1: Tim Henman talks to Kevin Palmer about Wimbledon 2020 & his playing career.

Posted: 15th April 2020

Episode1: Tim Henman talks to Kevin Palmer about Wimbledon 2020 & his playing career.

In the first of our Changing Room Chat podcast series, former British No.1 and World No.4 tennis legend Tim Henman is in conversation with leading sports journalist Kevin Palmer, as he looks back on the decision to cancel The Championships at Wimbledon this year due to the global coronavirus pandemic, gives his insight on the future of the game this year and reflects on his own remarkable tennis career.