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Best Pittodrie podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Pittodrie podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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The football podcast that’s passionate about Aberdeen, Ross County, Inverness Caledonian Thistle, Peterhead, Elgin City, Cove Rangers and the Highland League – from The Press & Journal and Evening Express sports desks. Get in touch at northerngoal@dctmedia.co.uk!
 
Glasgow & Barcelona based podcast, hosted by Sean McDonald. Sean interviews people from various segments of society, discussing serious topics with Scottish humour. From life stories, to social commentary and discussion on mental health topics, modern culture and more. Contact at seanmcdonald.podcast@gmail.com.
 
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Kerr is the front man of the phenomenal LaFontaines and he talks about how he fell into music and the mad journey that it’s taken him on. Kerr tells some hilarious stories, including being arrested in Marrakech and losing the band’s entire budget for a music video on one spin in the casino, you’ll hear exactly why he loves doing what he does and we…
 
This week the panel discuss Aberdeen and Ross County’s starts to the season after the 2020/21 Premiership fixtures were revealed. Plus, partial crowds, Cove Rangers’ plea for aid in their promotion fight, and do League One and League Two hopes over reduced Covid-19 testing and October restart show way forward for Highland League?…
 
Myles recently won a Gold Award for Best News Coverage at the Aria Awards in London for an exposé into a so-called ‘Pick Up Artist’ operating in Glasgow , which led to the individual being jailed for two years and placed on the sex offenders register for ten years. What followed was Myles going undercover and posing as a-student at a Pick Up Artist…
 
Smart Osadolor joins the podcast this week to give his thoughts on how the Black Lives Matter movement has impacted him, and what he would like to see going forward. He also discusses life as a lower-league football and the uncertainty brought about by the coronavirus pandemic.By DC Thomson Media
 
Aimen Dean was an Al-Qaeda bombmaker who had sworn an oath of allegiance to Osama Bin Laden. He eventually defected to work for the British Security Services as a spy for seven and a half years, before his cover was blown by ex-US Vice President Dick Cheney. We talk about his motivations for taking up arms, denouncing the cause he once believed in,…
 
This week, Aberdonian Rachael Boyle talks us through her career. The Scotland international explains the difficulties of returning to elite sport after pregnancy, how she’s determined to get to the European Championships with Scotland and close the gap on Glasgow City with club side Hibs Ladies.By DC Thomson Media
 
The Staggies boss speaks to Northern Goal about the Premiership club’s return to socially-distanced training after the coronavirus shutdown. Kettlewell also opens up on County’s summer recruitment strategy, the team’s big focus for the new campaign, and the bosses who shaped him.By DC Thomson Media
 
Jake is a documentary maker who has worked for Vice, the BBC, Channel 4 and many others - going into places like North Korea and Liberia, and getting up close and personal with Islamic preachers and the far-right English Defence League, more commonly known as the EDL. We talk about Jake’s experience in North Korea and the relationship he’s managed …
 
This week, Andy Skinner discusses Caley Thistle and Brora Rangers’ reaction to the death knell of SPFL reconstruction. Plus, the coup that is ICT boss John Robertson’s new deal, changes in the management structure at Ross County, and an imminent arrival (and departures) at Aberdeen.By DC Thomson Media
 
We ask when SPFL reconstruction (with or without colts teams) will finally go away, and debate whether Aberdeen should sign Jonny Hayes. There’s also a potential departure at Ross County, as well as Cove Rangers’ bold statement of their ambition, and Huntly’s new boss.By DC Thomson Media
 
Renowned football journalist Graham Hunter talks to me about his love of Spain, interesting points in his career and his thoughts on when luck meets opportunity. There's good humour, fascinating insight and tales of Sir Alex Ferguson, Gerard Pique, Pierre Van Hooijdonk, Vicente Del Bosque and plenty more. Support Blethered on Patreon: https://www.p…
 
Blue Toon gaffer McInally explains his stance against Hearts owner Ann Budge’s 14-14-14 SPFL reconstruction plan. Plus, the former Nottingham Forest and Dundee United man tells his funniest Brian Clough stories and reflects on glory days under Jim McLean, as well as his nine years at Balmoor.By DC Thomson Media
 
Darryl Broadfoot and I talk about his experiences across Scottish journalism and PR, the accessibility of sport in our society and we discuss the mollycoddling of the younger generation and whether they’re being set up for a spectacular fall. You’ll also hear some funny stories including a Scottish international’s sleeping pills kicking in during a…
 
“Super Kev” tells Northern Goal about his varying fortunes under Skovdahl, Paterson and Calderwood at Pittodrie, and reveals the scenario which could have made him a one-club man with the Dons. He also opens up on his time at Cardiff City – which included FA Cup and Carling Cup finals, Vincent Tan’s takeover, and playing with stars from Robbie Fowl…
 
Matt Morgan talks about his current work projects, his personal perception of fame and the unpredictable nature of working with Russell Brand. Plus, winding up Noel Gallagher, driving across America in the footsteps of Jack Kerouac, and plenty more. Support Blethered on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/join/Blethered Contact: seanmcdonald.podcast@g…
 
In this bonus episode, former Aberdeen, Caley Thistle and Cove Rangers midfielder Stuart Duff talks to Northern Goal. He gives his take on clashes with Rudi Skacel and Nacho Novo, why he thinks ex-Dons boss Mark McGhee failed at Pittodrie and how he ended up at Kairat Almaty.By DC Thomson Media
 
Stuart Cosgrove talks about growing up in Perth before setting off for university, which saw him study in both England and America, including a stint at Harvard University, before embarking on an illustrious and fascinating career in the media, spanning four decades and still going strong. On top of that, you’ll hear about his links to music megast…
 
The boys all agree it's time to stop dreaming up unfeasible ideas and call time on the Premiership. There’s also reflection on departing Caley Thistle skipper Carl Tremarco’s time in Inverness, as well as discussion on whether boss John Robertson will be top of St Johnstone’s list.By DC Thomson Media
 
Paul is currently a playback technician for Lewis Capaldi and has toured all over the world with some very well known acts, including Mø and Glasvegas, in a variety of roles. He talks about his experiences on the road with the artists he’s worked with, and we discuss how the music industry has had to evolve in line with society, with streaming serv…
 
Peterhead's Jamie Stevenson talks about his time in the Pittodrie youth set-up, going full-time in Spain after being scouted while playing football with his dad in Mallorca, the Blue Toon, and gives his thoughts on the implications of Covid-19 on the Scottish game.By DC Thomson Media
 
I talk to broadcast news journalist Martin Geissler about his illustrious career to date, his slightly unconventional early steps in the industry, and about some of the standout stories Martin has reported from directly, including the Boxing Day Tsunami and Robert Mugabe’s Zimbabwe. We also discuss potential life after coronavirus lockdown. Will go…
 
The end of the season in the lower leagues has finally been confirmed, which is good news for League Two champions Cove Rangers – although the rumblings over the SPFL voting process look set to continue with potential reconstruction now to be thrashed out. What will that mean for all of our clubs, including Highland kings Brora Rangers?…
 
Laura is a football media producer and has worked at Celtic Football Club, Copa90.com and Motherwell Football Club, to name just a few. We discuss her career progression and the highlights over the years, from her experiences at Celtic and what it was like to deal with some of the players, to being sent to Paris to cover the World Cup Final of 2018…
 
Broadcasting heavyweight Gordon Smart is back on Blethered and the conversation flows, as always. We discuss the concept of celebrity in modern society and its various consequences, Gordon's early motivations for becoming involved in journalism, his enjoyment in promoting new and young talent across the industry and much, much more - including our …
 
In this week’s episode we’re joined by Keith captain Cammy Keith, who discusses breaking records during his three spells with the Highland League Maroons, collegiate soccer in the US and working under Pele at Formartine. We also discuss the latest developments in Scottish football's Covid-19 shutdown.…
 
Toby Tarrant joins me for the second time to record another lockdown episode of Blethered. We talk about the new ITV drama ‘Quiz’, which tells the story of the British Army Major who cheated to win the main prize on Who Wants To Be a Millionaire, we discuss being hounded by the tabloid press and the wider damage that the phone hacking scandal cause…
 
Ex-policeman, lawyer, celebrant and good pal of mine Chris Gray chats to me about his interesting professional life and we cover a variety of subjects like catfishing and how the law needs to catch up, society's attitude to legal authority and what we hope to see in the world after lockdown ends. Support Blethered on Patreon: https://www.patreon.co…
 
Preview of the new Spanish series on Patreon where I'll be interviewing Spanish speaking friends in Barcelona and elsewhere. All episodes 100% in Spanish. Get full access to the Blethered Español series : https://www.patreon.com/join/Blethered Contact: seanmcdonald.podcast@gmail.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/seanmcdonald01 See acast.com/privacy …
 
We’re joined by former Aberdeen, Caley Thistle and Ross County midfielder Greg Tansey. He reveals his terror at the prospect of missing the chance to lift the Scottish Cup, and the non-stop Caley Jags party when they won. Tansey also discusses the injury problems which ruined his stint at Aberdeen and, eventually, led to his retirement.…
 
Journalist and broadcaster Paul English talks about his first ever media interview with Billy McNeill, the ever-changing face of journalism and the development of clickbait culture, giving up booze by accident, and plenty more. Support Blethered on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/join/Blethered Contact: seanmcdonald.podcast@gmail.com Twitter: http…
 
On this week’s Northern Goal, Rachel Corsie is our guest as she endures self-isolation in the United States due to coronavirus, with the Scotland captain talking about everything from panic buying to the decision to postpone the Olympics, to Rafa Benitez. We also discuss Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack’s stark warning about the financial implication…
 
On this week’s episode of Northern Goal, how do Scottish football authorities conclude the season – and how do clubs survive the financial implications – with a prolonged shutdown due to coronavirus expected? UEFA, after a conference call with their 55 members, are expected to shed some light on the situation and make a ruling on Scotland’s UEFA Na…
 
On this special episode of Northern Goal, Ryan Cryle and Danny Law are joined by Aberdeen FC chairman Dave Cormack. Hear Dave’s reaction when he finds out the coronavirus outbreak has led to an indefinite shutdown of Scottish football. Also find out why he’s lowering Pittodrie’s capacity to up the atmosphere, where the Kingsford stadium plans are a…
 
In this week’s episode of Northern Goal, Aberdeen come roaring back to beat 10-man Hibs, Ross County can’t hold on against Rangers and Caley Thistle have a bad day at Alloa. Meanwhile, Peterhead also struggled at Falkirk, Cove and Elgin both strengthened their positions in League 2 and – looking ahead - Buckie hope they won’t be trudgin’ back from …
 
In this week’s episode, Aberdeen reach the Scottish Cup semi-finals with victory at St Mirren, but Scott McKenna’s season could be over, Caley Thistle are out of the national trophy and Ross County get back to Premiership business. Elsewhere, Peterhead and the Highland League fall foul of the weather and a picture starts to emerge of when Cove Rang…
 
In this week’s episode of Northern Goal we ask - can Aberdeen use fatigue to explain away their Pittodrie defeat to Ross County? Just how big an embarrassment is the SFA’s bombshell admission over Caley Thistle’s James Keatings yellow card appeal? And is the Highland League title race now decisively, definitively, comprehensively over after Brora’s…
 
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