Bet Chat recommends…

Everyone loves a recommendation don’t they? 

That’s why, in this Sunday series, Bet Chat Bec and I will be highlighting the very best stuff we’ve been consuming with our eyes and ears over the preceding seven days.

It also – shock horror – won’t be purely stuff about sport, betting and investing. After all, having other interests and being able to ‘switch off’ is very much a good thing.

So, without further ado, let’s get started…

First up this week is a soon to be released podcast series about one of the strangest stories in recent sporting history, involving a briefcase packed with $20million, a winner takes all tournament and a ‘businessman’ of questionable repute.

It’s called ‘Allen Stanford – The Man Who Bought Cricket’ and you can listen to the trailer here.

Allen Stanford (SPOILER ALERT) is now in prison, which is an apt segue into recommendation two, the newish BBC drama ‘Time’…

In this crackerjack of a mini series, Sean Bean plays a first time inmate and Stephen Graham plays a screw; what more could you want?!

You can watch it here.

And sticking with dramas and Stephen Graham, you should also check out ‘Help’ on All 4…

In addition to Graham, it stars the wonderful Jodie Comer and I thought it was excellent, even if it did leave Bet Chat Bec thoroughly depressed by the end credits.

Here’s the link.

Last and certainly not least for today is another shoutout to our excellent Racecracker service which is in superb form at the moment…

You can try it here and you really REALLY should!

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