Wednesday 30 January
Friday 9 November
The Sportsound podcast is ready. Jane Lewis was joined by Billy Dodds, Jim Spence & Dundee Utd midfielder John Rankin. We discussed the current Scotland managerial vacancy and hear from Denis Law and who he wants in charge. We speak live to Harry Redknapp who has also been linked with the job. Hearts Director Sergejus Fedotovas talks about the financial struggles at the Edinburgh club. Plus a jovial Neil Lennon on a tremendous week for Celtic. We previewed all the SPL matches plus take a look at the big game in the SFL between Partick Thistle and Dunfermline and hear from Simon Donnelly on the phone. Download it here...
Thursday 8 November
All the latest reaction to Celtic's amazing win over La Liga side Barcelona: We hear from midfielder Joe Ledley. Plus reaction to the Scottish Communities League Cup draw as Celtic face St Mirren and Hearts were drawn against Inverness CT. Danny Lennon & Terry Butcher give their reaction to the draw. Finally St Johnstone Chairman Steve Brown on being in charge of the club for 1 year. For all the latest Scottish football news follow @bbcsportsound on Twitter.
Wednesday 7 November
The second podcast of the night is now available with all the post match analysis and interviews from a historic night when Celtic beat Barcelona 2-1 in the Champions League. We heard from the Celtic manager Neil Lennon after the game plus Celtic striker Miku. Richard Gordon was joined by Chick Young, Owen Coyle and Murdo MacLeod. Download it here...
Mark Pougatch is joined by Roddy Forsyth and Craig Brown for reaction from an unforgettable night in the Champions League as Celtic beat Barcelona 2-1. Hear from manager Neil Lennon, goalscorer Tony Watt and Celtic Chief Executive Peter Lawwell. There were also wins for Chelsea, who beat Shakhtar Donetsk 3-2, and Manchester United who secured a 3-1 over Braga.
This is the first of two Sportsound podcasts tonight. As we built up to live coverage of the Celtic v Barcelona game in the Champions League we were brought dramatic news from Brian McLaughlin at Tynecastle. The team discuss what this means for the future of Hearts. Download it here...
Tuesday 6 November
Mark Pougatch brings you reaction from Tuesday night's Champions League games as Manchester City's hopes of qualifying for the knockout phase suffered another blow, as they were held to a 2-2 draw by Ajax. Meanwhile, Arsenal's chances of progressing are also in the balance after they surrendered a two goal lead at Schalke to draw 2-2.
On Tuesday's podcast Celtic and Scotland were the main talking points. The SFA say they'll take their time over the new appointment, but the bookies have made Strachan the favourite. Celtic have an injury crisis on their hands with numerous players out including Forrest and possibly Hooper, yet Neil Lennon says his side will compete against Barcelona tomorrow night. Gordon Waddell and Pat Bonner joined Kenny in the studio to discuss. Download it here...
Monday 5 November
Mark Chapman is joined by Ian Dennis, Alastair Bruce-Ball and Robbie Savage for a mini Monday Night Club. There's reaction to the evening's football as West Brom beat Southampton 2-0 to move up to 5th in the Premier League. Mark Clemmit discusses the managerial movements in the football league. Plus Joe Jordan and Craig Burley voice their opinion on the sacking of Craig Levein.
Sunday 4 November
Ian Payne presents a round up of the latest sports news. Alan Green and Graham Taylor share their thoughts on Liverpool's 1-1 draw with Newcastle. Elsewhere in the Premier League it finished QPR 1 Reading 1 and managers Mark Hughes and Brian McDermott give their verdict on their respective team's performances. Plus reaction from the SPL where Dundee Utd drew 2-2 with Celtic.
This week we reflect on the pressing issues affecting football with the FA chairman David Bernstein, and assess the Mark Clattenburg case with former referees Graham Poll and George Courtney. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, meanwhile, looks back at Manchester United's win while Tony Adams discusses Arsenal's malaise. There's also cricket chat as Mark Ramprakash offers his view on Graeme Smith signing for Surrey. And Peter Eriksson talks about his new post as UK Athletics head coach.
Saturday 3 November
Mark Pougatch rounds up Saturday's action with interviews from Sir Alex Ferguson, Arsene Wenger and Rio Ferdinand after Manchester United beat Arsenal. Wigan's Roberto Martinez shares his delight at his side's victory over Tottenham, Ian Holloway gives his first interview as Crystal Palace boss after watching them beat Blackburn, and Chelmsford City celebrate pulling off an upset in the first round of the FA Cup.
Saturday's podcast is available we have reaction from all the games today after the full time whistle. Hibernian are top of the SPL after beating St Mirren 2-1. At the other end of the table Dundee record a rare victory with a 1-0 win over Hearts. Elsewhere it was Killie 1-2 Inverness CT, Ross County 2-1 Aberdeen and St Johnstone 1-3 Motherwell. We also have a round-up of the Scottish Cup results. Download it here...
Danny and Mick Hucknall discuss American Soul and singing voices. Red card magnet Terry Hurlock gives a memorable performance in âRetired Footballers Read Dull Bits From Erotic Fictionâ and jockey Kelly Harrison stars in the sausage sandwich game. Lynsey Hipgrave presents a tale of dead fish fishing.
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