The Guinness Six Nations and Women's Six Nations might be heading towards the final weekend but the England Rugby Podcast: O2 Inside Line continues into the final week with interviews from both the men's and women's camps with titles still on the line.
The Leicester Tigers prop Ellis Genge talks about the nickname 'Baby Rhino', welling up during his first national anthem and also how when growing up being diagnosed with dyspraxia completely changed his school education.
"I wish there was a bigger awareness of it," said the 24-year-old. "One of my biggest problems in lessons was the teacher saying 'you're not writing anything, you're not writing enough, you're not trying, look how messy your work is.'
"I would be sat there actually trying to do stuff but I've got the attention span of a goldfish and I can't write in a straight line as my body won't allow me to, my handwriting is terrible.
"They did some exams and brought in a laptop - I like gaming and stuff and I'm quite techy - and I wrote something stupid like 62 words a minute on the computer as I used to be able to touch type, and I would write six words per minute with a pen and you couldn't read it.
"All my lessons then I did with a laptop and I got loads of work done."
Also on the podcast, as the Red Roses bid for a Grand Slam, we hear from two players who have had a huge impact in leading England to four bonus-point wins from four in prop Sarah Bern and wing Jess Breach.
"I've got a cousin who is really close to me and he's only a month older," said 21-year-old Bern. "He played rugby and I was watching him but thinking it wasn't really a sport that I'd be very good at, but then I thought, 'hang on a minute I always win our play fights!'
"I joined the team and in my first training session we were using the tackle shields and this older guy I remember saying something like 'you're a girl and you're not really going to do anything', and I absolutely smashed him and he fell right back and did a forwards roll so I think he thought 'she's pretty good.'
"From there I just loved it and just love playing around."
The podcast is an addition to the popular O2 Inside Line video and live series that takes you into the England camp each Test week, providing insights into how England are preparing and getting fans closer to the team.
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