Best Fanzine podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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Team 33
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Newstalk's football culture magazine show created by Raf Diallo and Joe Coffey. Packed with features, analysis and interviews.
 
A Doctor Who podcast hosted by Mark and Rob, were we chat about the show, and leave the reviews and DVD commentaries to everyone else!
 
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Radio Harvester
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Unproductive writer Colin Atrophy Hagendorf talks to artists, zine makers, tattooers, and other weirdos about what they were like when they were young and what drives them to continue making things today. No cops, no creeps. Peace in the pizzeria.
 
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Nutmeg Magazine
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A version of the Scottish football periodical for your ears. Hosted by Daniel Gray, the Nutmeg Podcast lands fortnightly and includes conversation about magazine content and in-depth interviews.
 
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OG Ota
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Old school fans survive the modern world. Vintage Electronics Toys Fanzines Models Anime SciFi Music Games Fantasy and more.
 
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Raf Diallo, Joe Coffey and Jonathan Higgins discuss Arsenal and Liverpool's runs to the UEFA Cup ...
 
Former Liverpool, Germany and Bayern Munich defender Markus Babbel chats to Raf Diallo and Jonath...
 
Joe Coffey, Derek Ryan and Killian Woods talk Chelsea, Manchester United and also Simon Jordan's ...
 
Two Doors Down and Only An Excuse? star Jonathan Watson talks to host Daniel Gray about Rangers, Scotland and why actors look so bad at playing football on film.
 
Raf Diallo and Ciaran Bradley chat to Erik van Rijthoven who played in the NAC Breda youth teams ...
 
Pat Nevin takes host Daniel Gray on a mazy dribble through his career, from back green training drills to Chelsea, Everton and beyond. Contains frequent musical references.
 
Former Drogheda United and Monaghan United manager Mick Cooke returns to the show. He talks about...
 
This month I sit down with my old friend Tamara Santibañez to talk about growing up in Athens, GA, getting into punk, discovering her queerness, getting into tattooing, connecting with Chicanx culture, being an artist, prison abolition work, running a publishing house. The conversation goes a lot of places, but I think it's a really good one, s ...…
 
Raf Diallo chats to the authors of 'Trailing George Best', Paul Collier and Stuart Bolton about t...
 
Musicians James Graham (The Twilight Sad), Grant Hutchison (Frightened Rabbit) and Mike Palmer (We Were Promised Jetpacks) talk football, music and sausage rolls with host Daniel Gray.
 
Raf Diallo, Joe Coffey, Derek Ryan, Killian Woods, Cian Roche, Enda Coll and Conor Neville talk M...
 
Ten years to the day when his famous football hoax unravelled, Declan Varley tells Raf Diallo abo...
 
Blessington coach Graham Maloney chats to Raf Diallo about coaching badges and tactical trends. J...
 
Broadcaster and journalist Hugh MacDonald takes host Daniel Gray through a lifetime of loving the game. Expect to find grit in your eye as he talks about football and fatherhood.
 
Episode 79 - The Four Horsemen of the Podcopalypse have returned! Join Rob, Mark, Dave and Richard as we celebrate 2018 with laughs, tears, bitter recriminations and then joyful reconciliation! Gasp as we summarise the first (and potentially last?) full Jodie Whitaker season of Doctor Who and then we go old school chatting about why doesn't fan ...…
 
WHATS UP this month I talked to my best friend, artist and freakazoid Caroline Paquita, about growing up in Miami, getting into woo woo spirituality and health practices, running her publishing house Pegacorn Press, connecting with queer elders, and MORRRRE. This is a long one but we really packed it in. Also here is the newsletter I mentioned ...…
 
Our guests discuss Issue 10 of Nutmeg magazine: Arbroath’s Danny Denholm tells us about life as a footballer, Heather McKinlay talks about a hidden Hearts hero, and Richard Winton reveals Scotland rugby coach Gregor Townsend’s love of football. Hosted by Daniel Gray.
 
Award-winning sportswriter Michael Calvin chats to Daniel Gray. Calvin takes us behind the curtains of our nearest neighbours, and teases out why we love football despite its wrongs.
 
This month I sit down with one of my oldest and dearest friends Mya Spalter to talk about her new book Enchantments: A Modern Witch's Guide to Self-Possession. We also discuss our high school literary magazine, spellcasting etiquette, whether or not we'd want to be psychic, The Game ft. 50 Cent's "Hate It Or Love It," and more. TUNE IN and the ...…
 
Singer, songwriter and broadcaster Ricky Ross talks about his beloved Dundee United with Daniel Gray. A delightful, emotional canter through the Deacon Blue front man's supporting life.
 
Writer and all-round sage Ron Ferguson, author of Black Diamonds and the Blue Brazil, talks to Daniel Gray. A charming conversational stroll through Cowdenbeath (town and team), social history and making up greyhound racing tips.
 
Bryony was courteous enough to wake up early on tour to sit with me in my office and talk shit while we were both too tired and drinking coffee. We talked about the barriers of entry--social, physical, emotional--for women getting into underground music, 90s street punk in NYC vs South Wales, the Beatles, the joy of discovery vs the urge to pre ...…
 
A revealing conversation about the marketing of Scottish football – how we sell the game, why we do, and whether the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air is a Motherwell fan. Joining Daniel Gray in the studio are Grant Russell (Motherwell FC), Greig Mailer (SFA) and Scott McClymont (Kilmarnock FC).
 
Acclaimed novelist Christopher Brookmyre chats with our own Daniel Gray about his life as a St Mirren fan. Expect nostalgia, dark humour and frequent mentions of the Anglo-Scottish Cup.
 
Our guests discuss Issue 9 of Nutmeg magazine: Alan Pattullo tells the tale of war hero and Rangers legend Harry Davis, Greg Gordon talks opposition scouting and Archie Knox, and Andrew Jenkin recounts Jimmy Bone’s time managing Zambia. Hosted by Daniel Gray.
 
Episode 78 - After promising never to return Mark and Rob prove themselves to be the dirty liars they are and are indeed back! In this special ‘reunion’ episode we dust off the mics to discuss the fallout from #macracangate from our previous final episode. We then 'go there' and ask are our chills multiplying over the imminent return of Doctor ...…
 
WHAT'S GOOD welcome back to Radio Harvester after we had to take June off cause I had LYME DISEASE (oy vey) !!! Very excited for this month's guest, Madeleine Campbell, who runs Accessible Recording and does the zine Women In Sound. We talked about growing up in The Triangle, the parallels between punk/hardcore and modern avant garde composers, ...…
 
Our guests discuss Issue 8 of Nutmeg magazine: Stephen Watt and David Christie talk Dumbarton, St Mirren and loving lower league teams, while Alan McCredie and John Nicholson enjoy a ramble about football photography and, er, Quorn. Hosted by Daniel Gray.
 
Me and Mark sat down at his art gallery, Mudd Guts (http://muddguts.com), and talked about the suburbs being weird, getting into graffiti, getting into tattooing and opening his own shop (http://www.rosetattoonyc.com), sobriety in adulthood, anonymity at the level of press radio and film, being a "wretched flesh formation," and more. Please enj ...…
 
Much-celebrated voice of Scottish football Archie Macpherson talks to Daniel Gray about his broadcasting career and the golden age of the Scotland national team.
 
What's good! Radio Harvester is back and we're starting Season 3 strong with a longer cut of a 2015 conversation I had with Brontez Purnell, because my girl won a MOTHERFUCKING WHITING AWARD and we're all very proud of him. This conversation is a little rambly but I think Brontez is so charming I didn't edit out too many of his ADD ass tangents ...…
 
Our guests discuss Issue 7 of Nutmeg magazine: Archie Macpherson and Martin Greig talk about the old days of broadcasting and modern sports publishing, while Maurice Smith and Ally Palmer preview articles from the magazine. Hosted by Daniel Gray.
 
Episode 77 - Time is called on Australia's longest running and (in)consistent podcast! It is the moment all our fans (but particularly our enemies) have waited for! Before 42 to Doomsday rides off into the distance we strap on the mics one last time to bury Moffat, not once, but twice! We dig through the entrails of early 1990's DWBs delusions, ...…
 
Episode 76 - ?Dave Hoskin returns to discuss the progress of his book Chasing Shadows which looks at Phil Morris and his search for missing episodes and the impact it's had on Doctor Who fandom. All that plus we talk about our plans for our 'cross our heart and hope to die' final monthly episode!
 
Its New Year’s Eve and that can only mean one thing it’s time for our annual special! This time we pitch the Valeyard and the Dreamlord together in battle for supremacy for the title of the underwhelming villan! This ‘Alternative Facts’ minisode was originally as part of the Blue Box Podcast 250th episode celebrations. 42 to Doomsday will retur ...…
 
Our guests discuss Issue 6 of Nutmeg magazine: Joris van de Vier, Alan Pattullo and Stuart Cosgrove talk about the dear old grounds of Scottish football, while Greg Gordon, Rob Webb and Dougie Wright debate the game’s use of statistics. Hosted by Daniel Gray.
 
Episode 75 - Rob and Mark are joined by Richard and Dave to help us 'celebrate' our very last Christmas special! We attempt to rehabilitate Eric Saward’s contribution to the show, examine arcs in their classic and modern contexts (warning: Rob doesn’t mince words), wax lyrical about ye olde novelisations in The Target book session, go deep into ...…
 
Episode 74 - Mark and Rob are joined by 42 to Doomsday stalwart and friend of the podcast, Rob Lloyd as we all dive deep into the top secret dossier stamped 'Top 5 U.N.I.T stories! Listen to us wax lyrical about our favorite military organisation, the highs and lows and which do we prefer United Nations Intelligence Taskforce or Unified Intelli ...…
 
Joe, Richie and Dan McDonnell in studio for Tuesday's Newsround.
 
Episode 73 - Aah, 1989. Nuclear apocalypse never looked so distant after the fall of the Berlin Wall and the screening of the final episode of Doctor Who! Come back with us as we dig through the printed archives of the enfant terrible of Doctor Who fanzines, DWB, and the more gracious letter pages of Australia's own Sonic Screwdriver! Laugh alo ...…
 
Episode 72 - Directors are the heroes of Doctor Who and we pay homage to (some) of them as we go through our choices of Top 5 directors! Which ones do we leave on the cutting room and which ones do we think should have their own star on the Doctor Who walk of fame. All this plus 30 years of Time and the Rani and our thoughts on the the new, new ...…
 
Our guests discuss Issue 5 of Nutmeg magazine: Kenny Miller and Andy Goldie focus on youth football, while Maurice Smith and Joel Sked talk assistant managers, commentators and Rangers. Hosted by Daniel Gray.
 
On the eve of her first match in the job, Scotland head coach Shelley Kerr is joined by journalist Alan Campbell for a discussion on the women’s game. Hosted by Daniel Gray.
 
Episode 71 - The 42 to Doomsday Love In has begun! After the bile and bitterness of the last month, we at 42TDD reached out to our listeners, asking them to express their love for the show. So join Mark and Rob as we go through our listener's feedback about why they fell in love with Doctor Who and have maintained their commitment all these years!…
 
This month's interview is with John & Megan from Street Eaters! This is the first extended cut of an older, shorter podcast. I intended to put it out a few weeks earlier so it would be out while they were still on tour, supporting their new record The Envoy out soon on their label Nervous Intent Records but I fucked up and it's too late and the ...…
 
Episode 70 – The ‘classic’ line up of Mark and Rob are back to discuss an obscure casting announcement that was made earlier in the week. Helping us bring some sanity to the conversation, friend of the podcast and star of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival Rob Lloyd returns! Not only do we discuss our own reactions to the news of Jodie Whittaker's c ...…
 
Episode 69 - with Mark still on his Cook's Tour of the Northern Hemisphere, Rob and Richard repair to the Fortress of Solitude, pull out the dice, and go boardgaming! That's right, for your listening pleasure, we chart the course of Doctor Who games from the early 1960s, right up to today. Boardgames, show bags, miniatures, gamebooks, and RPGs ...…
 
Our guests discuss Issue 4 of Nutmeg magazine: Stuart Cosgrove and Fraser McFadzean talk ultras supporter groups, while Alan Pattullo and Archie McGregor recount the scissors and glue heyday of football fanzines. Hosted by Daniel Gray.
 
This month's guest Faiza Kracheni—singer of Bondage and Body Pressure, coordinator at Austin School of Film, all around cool & stylish gal about town—talks about getting into hardcore as a delinquent teen in Austin, TX; being a brown woman in punk; the grim reality of punk/hardcore message board culture; dudes trying to shame you for wanting to ...…
 
Episode 68 - while Mark's away, the mice will play! Richard joins Rob to discuss the fallout of the May 27th Fantom event, where Phil Morris was, then wasn't, attending. We also drag out that dead horse named Omnirumour for one damned good flogging, for your entertainment!
 
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