Peter King

Peter King: ‘I like writing things that haven’t been written before’

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A sportswriter and author with almost 40 years experience, Peter King talks about his writing approach, favourite football books and one book he wish had been written.

Michael MacCambridge: ‘I never considered myself a proper sportswriter’

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The author of some of the greatest football books, including America's Game and Chuck Noll: His Life's Work, talks about writing those and his next book.

Jack Gilden: ‘I was surprised how much the Colts revered Unitas’

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Jack Gilden, author of Collision of Wills, talks about tracking down retired Colts, the importance of storytelling to sport and his mentors.

Gary Myers: ‘The Cowboys are a $5bn Mom and Pop operation’

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Gary Myers, an author and journalist who has covered the NFL for 40 years talks about the Cowboys, writing and his favourite books.

Ralph Hickok: Crashing the Hall of Fame with Johnny Blood

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Ralph Hickok, a sports historian for more than 50 years, talks football books, writing and Johnny Blood.

Hank Gola: ‘I wanted to write it as a gift to...

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Hank Gola has been a sportswriter for more than 40 years. His latest book, City of Champions, tells the fascinating story of the 1939 high school national champions.

Bob Glauber: ‘Parcells basically accused Walsh of cheating’

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Bob Glauber, author of Guts and Glory, discusses the book's origins and reveals his favourite football books.

Dr Robert Turner: ‘NFL players don’t really have free agency’

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Dr Robert Turner talks about how football players are treated and what needs to change at the college and professional levels of the game.