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The Nutmeg Podcast appears quarterly, ostensibly to discuss magazine content.Chaired by Daniel Gray and featuring a range of regular contributors, it will also feature specially-created content.Subscribe here for the quarterly update as well as special edition podcasts, shorts and in-depth interviews.

Episodios

  • E60 - My Favourite Year: Paul English, Celtic 1987/88

    E60 - My Favourite Year: Paul English, Celtic 1987/88

    22/01/2021 Duración: 45min

    In the fourth edition of our occasional series My Favourite Year, journalist and broadcaster Paul English joins Daniel Gray for an entertaining gallivant through Celtic’s 1987/88 double-winning season. Our battered old football time machine lands them in a Clydebank car park in the summer of 1987 where they stumble upon Billy McNeill agreeing to become Celts’ boss for a second spell. Then, it’s off for a canter through a magnificent season via a Chris Morris shrine, the beauty of player numbers on shorts, the genius of Paul McStay, Mum’s DO NOT TAPE OVER videos, red cards at Thatcher and buckshee turnstile tricks. Never read Nutmeg magazine? We have offers on back issues and subscriptions. See https://www.nutmegmagazine.co.uk/shop Please help us make this podcast by joining Nutmeg FC on Patreon. Your money keeps us going and gets you some goodies: https://www.patreon.com/nutmegfcSupport the show (http://www.patreon.com/nutmegfc)

  • Episode 59 - Interview: Don Masson

    Episode 59 - Interview: Don Masson

    22/12/2020 Duración: 33min

    Daniel Gray is joined by former Scotland international Don Masson, the man who infamously missed a penalty at Argentina ’78. The pair discuss Don’s early days in Banchory and the spiritualist who forecast his career, his move to Middlesbrough and his playing days at Boro, Notts County and QPR. He talks about a crucial penalty he did score – the one that helped Scotland to the World Cup – and the chaos surrounding the Argentinian campaign. And of course, Don reveals his feelings about THAT spot-kick, for which he is ‘Still Saying Sorry’, the title of his new autobiography. A fascinating glimpse into a man who should be remembered for far more than a Peru penalty. Never read Nutmeg magazine? We have offers on back issues and subscriptions. See https://www.nutmegmagazine.co.uk/shopPlease help us make this podcast by joining Nutmeg FC on Patreon. Your money keeps us going and gets you some goodies: https://www.patreon.com/nutmegfcSupport the show (http://www.patreon.com/nutmegfc)

  • Episode 58 - Interview: Ian Crocker

    Episode 58 - Interview: Ian Crocker

    19/11/2020 Duración: 39min

    Sky Sports commentator Ian Crocker joins Daniel Gray to talk Scotland, Serbia and Somerset Park. In the first part of a chat that oozes love for the Scottish game, Ian talks about his commentary career thus far, from the highs (co-commentating with Bobby Moore…) to the lows (Having “You’re just a fat Harry Potter” chanted at him…), and gives unique insight into broadcasting in the time of Covid. Then, Dan joins an emotional Ian again the morning after the Belgrade night before to ask him about commentating on Scotland’s incredible victory over Serbia, and what it means to an entire nation. Never read Nutmeg magazine? We have offers on back issues and subscriptions. See https://www.nutmegmagazine.co.uk/shopPlease help us make this podcast by joining Nutmeg FC on Patreon. Your money keeps us going and gets you some goodies: https://www.patreon.com/nutmegfcSupport the show (http://www.patreon.com/nutmegfc)

  • Episode 57 - Snapshot

    Episode 57 - Snapshot

    16/10/2020 Duración: 47min

    Daniel Gray is joined by Alan McCredie for a conversational journey through the heartlands of Scottish football. The pair delve into the pages of their new book, Snapshot (published jointly by Nutmeg and Birlinn Publishing), recounting their Saturday roaming from Lowland to island in search of stories, scenes and scraps (from chippies). Buy the book here: https://birlinn.co.uk/product/snapshot/ Never read Nutmeg magazine? We have offers on back issues and subscriptions. See https://www.nutmegmagazine.co.uk/shopPlease help us make this podcast by joining Nutmeg FC on Patreon. Your money keeps us going and gets you some goodies: https://www.patreon.com/nutmegfcSupport the show (http://www.patreon.com/nutmegfc)

  • Episode 56 - Interview: Jim Leighton

    Episode 56 - Interview: Jim Leighton

    30/09/2020 Duración: 54min

    Former Scotland, Aberdeen, Manchester United and Hibernian goalkeeper Jim Leighton chats to Daniel Gray. The two discuss Jim’s early years in Junior football, the influence of his father, Aberdeen glory days, World Cups with Scotland, hard times at Old Trafford and happy ones at Hibs. Plus, insight into the delights of goalkeeping from claiming catches to organising walls, and answers to the questions “Are keepers wired differently?” and “Is there really a goalkeepers’ union?” Jim also talks about his prostate cancer, and his determination to prevent other men from facing the same ordeal. An entertaining, honest listen with one of the gentlemen of the game.Never read Nutmeg magazine? We have offers on back issues and subscriptions. See https://www.nutmegmagazine.co.uk/shopPlease help us make this podcast by joining Nutmeg FC on Patreon. Your money keeps us going and gets you some goodies: https://www.patreon.com/nutmegfcSupport the show (http://www.patreon.com/nutmegfc)

  • Episode 55 - Steve Clarke’s doorbell and Dundee faces

    Episode 55 - Steve Clarke’s doorbell and Dundee faces

    09/09/2020 Duración: 44min

    Daniel Gray is joined by Scotsman football writer Alan Pattullo, Times journalist Kenny Farquharson and Nutmeg publisher Ally Palmer to talk all things magazine issue 17, and whatever else comes up. This conversational meander takes us from the things we can now hear managers and players shouting to the many faces of Tannadice, and from homophobia in men’s football to the first Brazilian players in Scotland. Plus, Kilmarnock joy and despair, the Challenge Cup, Joe Tulip, being blanked by Bing Crosby and an answer to that age-old question: what happens when you ask Jim Duffy to sign your white jeans? Never read Nutmeg magazine? We have offers on back issues and subscriptions. See https://www.nutmegmagazine.co.uk/shopPlease help us make this podcast by joining Nutmeg FC on Patreon. Your money keeps us going and gets you some goodies: https://www.patreon.com/nutmegfcSupport the show (http://www.patreon.com/nutmegfc)

  • Episode 54 - Interview: Iain McMenemy

    Episode 54 - Interview: Iain McMenemy

    26/08/2020 Duración: 57min

    Stenhousemuir FC’s Iain McMenemy joins Daniel Gray to give a unique insight into life as a football club chairman. In a revealing interview, McMenemy details the outstanding community work Stenny have undertaken down the years and their activist role during COVID-19, and takes us behind the scenes of Scottish football’s failures throughout the pandemic. Plus, Norwegian supporters, Space Raiders, insight into life for fans in Coronavirus-era stadiums and the best board room catering revealed. Never read Nutmeg magazine? We have offers on back issues and subscriptions. See https://www.nutmegmagazine.co.uk/shopPlease help us make this podcast by joining Nutmeg FC on Patreon. Your money keeps us going and gets you some goodies: https://www.patreon.com/nutmegfcSupport the show (http://www.patreon.com/nutmegfc)

  • Episode 53 - Interview: Danny Denholm

    Episode 53 - Interview: Danny Denholm

    17/07/2020 Duración: 58min

    East Fife’s former Arbroath and Forfar winger Danny Denholm chats to our own Daniel Gray. The Lower League Ramblings podcaster and BBC columnist talks about his fitness regime during lockdown, including avoidance of Coco Pops and dodging disposable barbecues on Leith Links. The two Dans discuss: the tiny delights of football, from indirect free-kicks in the box to goalkeepers going forward for corners; life under Dick Campbell at Forfar and Arbroath; the joys of Cappielow, Somerset Park, Cliftonhill and elsewhere; being perturbed by a stuffed dog in Kirkcaldy; and supporter abuse online, and in the ground. Plus, all the key questions answered: do footballers ever tire of smashing a ball into an empty net? What do players gossip about when marking each other? And do team talks ever make players snigger like schoolchildren? Never read Nutmeg magazine? We have offers on back issues and subscriptions. See https://www.nutmegmagazine.co.uk/shop Please help us make this podcast by joining Nutmeg FC on Patr

  • Episode 52 - Archie MacPherson on the Old Firm

    Episode 52 - Archie MacPherson on the Old Firm

    01/07/2020 Duración: 39min

    Legendary broadcaster and writer Archie MacPherson joins host Daniel Gray to discuss More Than a Game (Luath Press), his new book on ‘Living with the Old Firm’. In this moving and thoughtful conversation about a lifetime of the Celtic v Rangers rivalry, MacPherson takes us back to the Hampden Riot of 1980, The Ibrox Disaster of 1971 and the 1995 murder of Mark Scott, and to his memories of how the fixture charged the atmosphere in the Glasgow of his youth. A compelling dissection of sectarianism, identity and one of the world’s most fractious sporting fixtures. Never read Nutmeg magazine? We have offers on back issues and subscriptions. See https://www.nutmegmagazine.co.uk/shopPlease help us make this podcast by joining Nutmeg FC on Patreon. Your money keeps us going and gets you some goodies: https://www.patreon.com/nutmegfcSupport the show (http://www.patreon.com/nutmegfc)

  • Episode 51 - Quizball, Spam Hill and Proper Grounds

    Episode 51 - Quizball, Spam Hill and Proper Grounds

    19/06/2020 Duración: 01h22min

    In this conversational canter through issue 16 of the magazine, host Daniel Gray is joined by Nutmeg Publisher Ally Palmer and the author and journalist James Morgan. They discuss the authentic beauty of Scottish football grounds, a promising coaching innovation and other issue 16 highlights. Plus, BBC man Giancarlo Rinaldi on the charisma of Palmerston Park, Ginny Clark on a Queen’s Park legend, Greg Gordon on the genius of Jocky Scott, Jon Spurling on a quiz show in which contestant Ian Ure was declared an ‘intellectual revelation’, and poetry from the marvellous Stephen Watt. Never read Nutmeg magazine? We have offers on back issues and subscriptions. See https://www.nutmegmagazine.co.uk/shopPlease help us make this podcast by joining Nutmeg FC on Patreon. Your money keeps us going and gets you some goodies: https://www.patreon.com/nutmegfcSupport the show (http://www.patreon.com/nutmegfc)

  • Episode 50 - Birthday Best: Highlights from the Nutmeg Podcast

    Episode 50 - Birthday Best: Highlights from the Nutmeg Podcast

    04/06/2020 Duración: 54min

    We’ve reached 50 episodes, so we’re feeling all sentimental. Here are some of our favourite clips from the podcast, as selected by host Daniel Gray. All of them are taken from over a year ago, so if you have heard them before, you might have forgotten them; if you haven’t, here’s a taster for you to enjoy. Contributors include Christopher Brookmyre, Ron Ferguson, Ricky Ross, Hugh MacDonald, Pat Nevin, Jonathan Watson, Eilidh Doyle, Chris McQueer, Leeann Dempster, Cathy Jamieson, Stuart Cosgrove and Val McDermid.  Never read Nutmeg magazine? We have offers on back issues and subscriptions. See https://www.nutmegmagazine.co.uk/shopPlease help us make this podcast by joining Nutmeg FC on Patreon. Your money keeps us going and gets you some goodies: https://www.patreon.com/nutmegfcSupport the show (http://www.patreon.com/nutmegfc)

  • Episode 49 - Interview: Jason Thomson

    Episode 49 - Interview: Jason Thomson

    21/05/2020 Duración: 57min

    Arbroath defender Jason Thomson joins Daniel Gray for a fascinating delve into his 16-year career. Thomson gives a behind-the-scenes insight into rising though the Hearts ranks, life under Vladimir Romanov, happy times at Turnbull Hutton’s Raith and Red Lichties glory with Dick Campbell. In a candid, compelling conversation, Thomson talks about the challenges of starting a first ‘real job’ aged 31, the perils of being a lower division footballer and the anxieties faced by players as they approach their career ends. Never read Nutmeg magazine? We have offers on back issues and subscriptions. See https://www.nutmegmagazine.co.uk/shopPlease help us make this podcast by joining Nutmeg FC on Patreon. Your money keeps us going and gets you some goodies: https://www.patreon.com/nutmegfcSupport the show (http://www.patreon.com/nutmegfc)

  • Episode 48 - My Favourite Year: Pat Nevin, Chelsea 1983/84

    Episode 48 - My Favourite Year: Pat Nevin, Chelsea 1983/84

    06/05/2020 Duración: 47min

    In the third edition of our occasional series My Favourite Year, former Scotland international Pat Nevin looks back at Chelsea’s 1983/84 season with Daniel Gray. Nevin was a key part of the Blues team which won England’s Division Two playing a swashbuckling form of attacking football. Plus, the forward reflects angrily on the hooliganism and racism which sometimes marred that era, and reminisces about the music of the time. Expect mazy runs, importing square sausage to London and a lonely night in Manchester’s Haçienda nightclub. Never read Nutmeg magazine? We have offers on back issues and subscriptions. See https://www.nutmegmagazine.co.uk/shopPlease help us make this podcast by joining Nutmeg FC on Patreon. Your money keeps us going and gets you some goodies: https://www.patreon.com/nutmegfcSupport the show (http://www.patreon.com/nutmegfc)

  • Episode 47 - My Favourite Year: Patrick Barclay, Dundee 1962

    Episode 47 - My Favourite Year: Patrick Barclay, Dundee 1962

    22/04/2020 Duración: 59min

    In the second edition of our occasional series My Favourite Year, esteemed football writer Patrick Barclay looks back upon Dundee’s ‘long’ 1962 with Daniel Gray. A beguiling tale of a time when Dundee won the league, raced to the European Cup semi-finals in a haze of goals and played the best football many ever saw. Plus, Ian Ure eating a pebble and what happens when you wear a tailored green suit to Ibrox. Never read Nutmeg magazine? We have offers on back issues and all previous digital editions are free until April 30th 2020. See https://www.nutmegmagazine.co.uk/shopPlease help us make this podcast by joining Nutmeg FC on Patreon. Your money keeps us going and gets you some goodies: https://www.patreon.com/nutmegfcSupport the show (http://www.patreon.com/nutmegfc)

  • Episode 46 - My Favourite Year: Richard Gordon, Aberdeen 1982/83

    Episode 46 - My Favourite Year: Richard Gordon, Aberdeen 1982/83

    08/04/2020 Duración: 48min

    In the first of our occasional series My Favourite Year, BBC Scotland broadcaster Richard Gordon looks back upon Aberdeen’s wonderful 1982/83 season with Daniel Gray. An almost impossible tale of domestic and European success, mesmerising football and dodgy waterproofs from Gothenburg department stores. Never read Nutmeg magazine? We have offers on back issues and all previous digital editions are free until April 30th 2020. See https://www.nutmegmagazine.co.uk/shop

  • Episode 45 - Elvis, 7-a-side and the beautiful north

    Episode 45 - Elvis, 7-a-side and the beautiful north

    25/03/2020 Duración: 42min

    A rummage around the pages of Nutmeg issue 15. Editor Ally Palmer and Alan Russell of Supporters Direct Scotland join host Daniel Gray to talk about the game’s sudden halt, the rise of supporter club ownership, the football friend who turned out to be a neo-Nazi, Elvis’ visit to Ayrshire and more. Plus, David F. Ross pays homage to 7-a-side, and ‘Silent Saturday’, an article from Nutmeg’s Lost Weekends webpage. Never read Nutmeg magazine? We have offers on back issues and all previous digital editions are free until April 30th 2020. See https://www.nutmegmagazine.co.uk/shop

  • Episode 44 - Interview: Michael Stewart part 2

    Episode 44 - Interview: Michael Stewart part 2

    11/03/2020 Duración: 52min

    Former Manchester United, Hearts and Hibs midfielder, and now media pundit, Michael Stewart chats again to host Daniel Gray. This time, Michael gives a compelling account of his last days as a player, including his dealings with Turkish football, Leeds United and Ian Holloway, and he reveals a shocking and fabricated rumour that undermined his chances of finding a club. He talks also about punditry and the football media in general, and about his political activism. 

  • Episode 43 - Interview: Brian McClair part 2

    Episode 43 - Interview: Brian McClair part 2

    24/02/2020 Duración: 39min

    Part two of ex-Manchester United, Celtic and Scotland star Brian McClair’s chat with host Daniel Gray. This time McClair speaks about leaving Celtic for Old Trafford, life under Alex Ferguson, playing alongside Giggs, Cantona et al and Gucci money clips. Plus, his role in the birth of the Premier League, inflatable wrestlers, Euro 92, Sonic the Hedgehog with Gary Pallister and watching games through windows. 

  • Episode 42 - Documentary: Behind the scenes with A View From the Terrace

    Episode 42 - Documentary: Behind the scenes with A View From the Terrace

    10/02/2020 Duración: 47min

    The makers of hit BBC Scotland television series A View from the Terrace open their studio doors to Nutmeg. Our man Daniel Gray meets producer Andy Maas, director Jordan Laird, BBC Commissioning Executive David Harron, show presenter Craig Telfer and prop artist Sophie Lant. A fascinating glance into how television is made, the wider context of football on TV and supporter media, from fanzines to podcasts. Warning: Includes whistling, the odd F-word, an upbeat approach to Scottish football, a worm dressed as a person and Brutalist lollipops. Presented, produced and edited by Daniel Gray.

  • Episode 41 - Interview: Brian McClair part 1

    Episode 41 - Interview: Brian McClair part 1

    27/01/2020 Duración: 48min

    Ex-Manchester United, Celtic and Scotland star Brian McClair talks to Daniel Gray. In this first part of the interview, McClair speaks about life with Eric Cantona, childhood football in Airdrie, early playing days at Motherwell and his Celtic career including the last-day 1986 title win. The pair also discuss footballers’ voting habits, Panini stickers and Keswick Pencil Museum. 

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