Dear 21 Year Old Me

We go back in time to the year our guest turned 21. Our guest then talks about their 21st birthday, and what the world was like when they were 21. We then reflect on what they thought being 21 would be like, what life has been like since, some lessons and sliding door moments – and ask what they’d say to their 21-year old self now. 

Hosted by Jeremy Irvine. Edited by Darcy Milne, Pro Podcast Production.

Episode show notes

Dear 21 Year Old Me
Jeremy Irvine

Stuart Wenn – show notes

In this episode of Dear 21 Year Old Me, with guest Stuart Wenn. We go back in time to 1990, when our guest, Stuart Wenn, turned 21, and look at what was happening in the world, and closer to home back then. Stuart talks about his career on and off-field,

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Dear 21 Year Old Me
Jeremy Irvine

What would you say to your 21-year-old self?

Somehow, as if time has sped up, my son is now eight. I’m sure yesterday he was a baby; gurgling away overnight as I did the night shift, Ashes from England on TV. Much has changed in those eight years. I’m also a bit taken aback, in all honesty, that

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