For those unfamiliar with Peter Crouch’s footballing career, he was an incredibly lanky striker who played up front for Liverpool, Southampton and Spurs, among others.
His 6ft 7in height was useful for managers but not so helpful in attracting women.
In fact, when asked what he’d be if he wasn’t a footballer, the witty Crouch quipped: “A virgin.”
Being a footballer – and having some top-class wit as well – clearly helped him charm stunning model and screen star Abbey Clancy. Crouch and Clancy married in 2011 and 12 years on they have two daughters and two sons – Sophia Ruby, Liberty Rose, Johnny and Jack.
Their relationship is no flash in the pan but the pair have had to work on their relationship, like the rest of us.
Now they’re teaming up for a new podcast – about their marriage, but also yours too. The Therapy Crouch is a weekly show where the relaxed pair will be exploring the trials and tribulations they have experienced, as well as the ones facing you the listener; the pair promise to guide you as they navigate their way through complex relationships.
The first episode helps set the scene with a trip down memory lane as the pair shed light on their early days of dating. Crouch reveals his chat-up lines, how they took a trip to a monkey island, and why there was another unexpected trip, this time into an unarranged overdraft.
Matters many of us face in relationships – like getting on with the in-laws or moving in together – are discussed by the genial hosts.
Abbey and Pete also discuss what to expect when you’re expecting; Abbey opens up on some of the issues they experienced when getting pregnant for the first time, too.
Slate Presents: One Year
The people and struggles that changed America – one year at a time. In each episode, host Josh Levin explores a story you may have forgotten, or one you’ve never heard of before.
What were the moments that transformed politics, culture, science, religion, and more? And how does the nation’s past shape our present? The current series examines the momentous events of 1942.
The Sound: Mystery Of Havana Syndrome
In 2016, a US official in Havana went to the embassy medical centre to report a debilitating illness. The symptoms included headaches; nausea; hearing loss; problems with memory – and its onset was characterised by hearing…something.
This podcast takes a deep dive into a mystery which may or may not have roots in the Cold War…
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