Jack Riewoldt joins SEN

Richmond super star Jack Riewoldt joins SEN from Monday 13 July with his own show, Jack Riewoldt’s Tiger Time.
The two-time premiership player and three-time Coleman Medallist will host a 10-part weekly show on Mondays 6-7pm.
In addition to regular segments – including Inner Sanctum interviews with key people from the club andTigers of Old interviews with former club greats, Jack will discuss the Richmond game from the previous round and his other observations from the weekend’s footy including talkback with callers.
Riewoldt said, “It’s been weird not having fans at our games this season, but I’m sure I’ll hear the Tiger Army loud and clear on Monday nights on SEN.
 “I’m looking forward to chewing the fat with some special guests and chatting with listeners who I expect will have plenty to say each week!  Hopefully we can turn on some good footy despite the difficult circumstances of this season and keep the conversation nice!”
Swinburne University of Technology Chief Marketing Officer Carolyn Bendall said the show was a great extension of the uni’s long-term partnership with the Richmond Football Club.
“During Tiger Time Jack will be discussing career goals post-footy, and this is something very close to our heart at Swinburne. No matter what your goals are, you can sharpen your skills through vocational or higher ed study,” Ms Bendall said.
Riewoldt’s teammates Tom Lynch and David Astbury are currently studying at Swinburne and will share details of their education journey on the show.






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